This new speaker is at a new low price.
On the hunt for a powerful speaker to pump your living room with sound? Marshall’s Woburn II Wireless Bluetooth Speaker would be a great pick, and it’s currently on sale for $399.86 at Amazon. Before this discount, it was selling for $500. You’ll receive a free Echo Input with its purchase by clicking ‘Add Both To Cart’ next to the offer when you hover over ‘1 Applicable Promotion’ on the product page. You can also add them both separately to redeem this offer; you’ll see the discount during checkout.
Plugging the Echo Input into your new Woburn II speaker adds Alexa functionality to it, along with the ability to use Alexa Skills. You’ll also be able to stream music from services like Spotify, Amazon Music, and Pandora straight to the speaker without needing to use your phone or another device. Just ask Alexa to “Play Despactito”… or whichever song you’re overplaying these days.
Released early last month, this speaker is equipped with a Class D amplifier, a bass reflex cabinet system, and an upgraded DSP for improved dynamic range compression, along with the company’s iconic logo in gold letters on the front grill. It features Bluetooth 5.0, allowing it to wirelessly connect to devices from up to 33 feet away. Plus with multi-host functionality, two devices can be connected wirelessly at the same time. Using the Marshall Bluetooth app, you can switch up EQ presets, set up stereo or ambient mode, wake up your speaker, and more right from your phone.
If the Woburn II is out of your price range or bigger than what you’re searching for, Marshall has two smaller speakers that offer the same features in a more compact package. The Acton II for $299.99 or the Stanmore II for $288.03. The Stanmore II is actually the bigger speaker of the two but currently discounted just like the Woburn is. It regularly sells for $349, though only one color of the speaker is on sale currently. The only downside of the Stanmore II’s sale price is that Amazon says it won’t have any available to ship for one to two months. Locking in the price now would still be a smart idea, as it’s never been more affordable.
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