Marshall’s vary of voice-activated sensible audio system have lengthy been a fantastic selection for people who wish to add just a little little bit of rock ‘n roll type to their tunes. However they’ve by no means been notably compact – particularly if you happen to’ve been in search of an Amazon Echo Dot equal.
Enter the Marshall Uxbridge Voice, an Alexa-packing sensible speaker that squeezes the Marshall look – and sound – right into a smaller bundle.
Providing the total suite of Alexa compatibility, that means it will management your sensible dwelling units by way of voice instructions, in addition to enjoying your music wirelessly and answering questions, it additionally helps Bluetooth, AirPlay 2 and Spotify playback.
Marshalling the multi room
The Marshall Uxbridge Voice will also be made to work as a part of a multi-room arrange, working alongside different Alexa audio system (together with Echo units) or AirPlay 2 audio system to beam totally different tunes round your property.
Out there in white or black colour schemes, with a design that continues to take affect from the basic Marshall guitar amps, Marshall says that within the Uxbridge Voice “high-end elements come collectively to supply screaming highs and hard-hitting lows for a brilliantly balanced sound.”
We’ll know if that is the case by April 8, when the Marshall Uxbridge Voice hits shops for $199 / $169.99. A model with the Google Assistant in-built will observe on June 11.