Marshall introduces the Uxbridge Voice, a new home speaker with Amazon Alexa

The latest compact member in the family of voice-enabled Marshall Speakers.

Marshall Uxbridge Voice

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Marshall has introduced the Uxbridge Voice, a compact home speaker pairing quality sound with the helpfulness of Amazon Alexa.

Marshall Uxbridge Voice

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


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