Marshall has introduced the Uxbridge Voice, a compact home speaker pairing quality sound with the helpfulness of Amazon Alexa.
The latest in the Marshall Voice series, the brand says that the speaker is “engineered to create a thunderous sound from its compact frame”. The Uxbridge Voice makes use of an advanced setup of components to deliver “screaming highs and hard-hitting lows for a brilliantly balanced sound”
With Amazon Alexa at the ready, streaming music from popular services has also been made easy and hands free. An array of far-field microphones used for smart voice recognition and noise cancellation ensures that Alexa hears you even when the volume is turned up.
The Uxbridge Voice connects to Amazon Alexa built-in speakers, Amazon Echo, as well as other Airplay 2-enabled speakers. With this connectivity, you can build a multi-room system that plays a different song in each room, or create a unified listening experience throughout your house.
The design of the home speaker is also uniquely Marshall, incorporating classic details like the script logo and salt & pepper frets as well as new ones like the guitar fret-inspired rocker buttons on the top panel.
Not too long ago, Marshall also launched the Google Assistant-enabled Monitor II ANC Headphones.
The Marshall Uxbridge Voice launches on 8 April this year and lists for £169.99. Find out more at marshallheadphones.com