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Marshall Wireless Multi-Room System Lands In Oz

Known for its association with rocker, Jim Marshall, and its vintage aesthetic, Marshall has debuted its new wireless multi-room speaker system in Australia – claimed to be one of the “loudest” of its kind on the market.

Marshall’s wireless multi-room range incorporates individually sold speakers, which connect together in “six ways” –  e.g. Bluetooth 4.2 + EDR, Chromecast, Spotify Connect or via the Marshall Multi-room App.

One-touch pre-set functionality makes for further ease of use.

Consumers can start with one wireless speaker, and add to their collection as their lifestyle and home configuration shifts.

Marshall’s wireless multi-room speakers range from A$499.99 – A$899.99 and are available to purchase locally from David Jones.

Acton Multi-Room

RRP $499.99 at David Jones.

Despite being the most compact of its range, Marshall claims this wireless speaker doesn’t compromise on sound. The device touts a “powerful audio experience”, however, can fit in the smallest of rooms.

Stanmore Multi-Room

RRP $699.99 at David Jones.

Heralded the most “versatile” speaker in the range, the Marshall Stanmore caters to most room sizes – no matter how large or small.

Courtesy of advanced audio components, Marshall claims the device produces “clean and precise audio even at the highest levels”.

Woburn Multi-Room

RRP $899.99 at David Jones.

The Woburn is the largest wireless speaker in Marshall’s multi-room range, courtesy of its robust build instantly becomes a focal “centrepiece”.

Claimed to hit high trebles cleanly, and low bass with ease, the Woburn offers a “clear, life-like mid range”.

The device is complimented by dual 5.25″ woofers, paired with a total 110 watts of amp power.

 

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