- Power Output(RMS): 130 W
- Power Source: Power Cord
- Bluetooth Version: 5
- Wireless music streaming via Bluetooth
- Customize your sound: Fine-tune your music to meet your requirement
- Wirelessly connect up to 2 bluetooth devices
- Combines contemporary technology with iconic Marshall design to deliver hard-hitting sound while retaining a classic look
- Woburn II hits high trebles cleanly, handles low bass with ease and has a clear, lifelike mid range
Marshall Woburn Description
This speaker contains two 2.54-centimeter tweeters and twin 13.33-centimeter subwoofers. This configuration has clear treble, believable middle, and impressive bass. This Bluetooth speaker offers volume, treble, and bass controls. Marshall’s app lets you tweak sound.
Marshall Woburn II – Larger Than Life Sound
The Woburn II boasts lifelike middle, clear treble, and low bass. It has two 2.54-cm tweeters and twin 5.25-cm subwoofers. These class D amps provide 110 watts of power. Wood cabinet produces warm, natural sound. It has a bass reflex system with a port to boost low-frequency output.
Bluetooth 5.0 And APTX Technology
Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX offer reliable connections. This wireless gadget offers lossless sound. Bluetooth range is 30 feet. Stream music using Bluetooth-enabled devices.
You may fine-tune your music using the speaker’s physical controls or the Marshall Bluetooth app.
How to Connect
Bluetooth 5.0, RCA or 3.5 mm input port let you connect this speaker to a turntable or tape player for analogue listening.
|Memory Card Slot||
|Power Output (RMS)||
|Wall Mountable Satellite||
|Built-in Fm Radio||
While it’s most known for its stage amps, Marshall has also made Bluetooth speakers. Now on its third edition, Acton, Stanmore, and Woburn speakers.
The Acton is the cheapest new Marshall speaker. As with the Stanmore and Woburn, the Acton is constructed of 70% recycled plastic and vegan ingredients.
With Placement Compensation technology, this speaker optimises EQ based on its surroundings. This means it adjusts for adjacent reflective surfaces that impair sound quality.