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- Marshall Woburn II Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, White - NEW
Marshall Woburn II Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, White - NEW
- Larger than life sound. Woburn II hits high trebles cleanly, handles low bass with ease and has a clear, lifelike mid range
- Wirelessly connect with Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX technology with range of up to 30 feet while maintaining connectivity
- Fine-tune your music to meet your requirements. Just use the Marshall Bluetooth app or the analogue controls on your speakers top panel to perfect your sound according to the room you’re in
- There are more ways to connect than just Bluetooth 5.0. Plug into the RCA or 3.5 mm input for an analogue listening experience
- In addition to the analog control knobs, you can use the Marshall Bluetooth app to customize your listening experience or control the music you’re listening to
- Included components: Woburn II Speaker, user manual
- Iconic Marshall Design
- Output Wattage: 50 W
- Covered by the Zound Industries USA Inc. one-year Limited Warranty. Additional terms apply. See below for details
|Attribute Name||Attribute Value|
|Product Dimensions||15.75 x 12.2 x 7.87 inches|
|Item Weight||18.81 pounds|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||1002491|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||October 9, 2018|
|Rating||4 stars and up|
Ratings & Reviews
Reviewed on November 24, 2022
I am a former professional trumpet player so I have a keen ear for audio quality. When it came time to replace my ancient Bose 901 and 501 speakers my son recommended I try a Bluetooth speaker. After much research, I chose the Marshall Woburn II. Setup was a breeze with the free Marshall app. Then I selected a song that I knew would demonstrate the speaker’s abilities: I had played for the recording. I hit the play button, and after a very little bit of fine tuning with the app’s equalizer, the music emanating from the Woburn II was as near a perfect rendition of the original recording as I’ve ever heard. It is important to remember that when you listen to live music, especially jazz, classical or vocal, it is not in stereo. It is from a single source, the stage. The acoustic detail f m this speaker is amazing. I could hear the subtle undertones of the string base. The middle range is just as it should be, and the highs are not shrieking or muddy. If you want to experience the wonder of listening to live music right in your own home, this speaker will do it.
3.0 out of 5 stars 3.0 out of 5 stars Also have the Woburn I and wanted to love it, but doesn't measure up.Reviewed on October 18, 2021
I'm writing this review as someone who owns a Woburn I and a Stanmore I and purchased at Woburn II, so I think I can provide a pretty good side-by-side comparison. In fact, literally did just that. I have a Woburn I and a Stanmore I, both of which I love and rave about. When I got the original Woburn I didn't know what to expect -- the reviews were good, but that doesn't always translate to in-home performance. I was blown away by the sound. We have a large open space where we set up the Woburn and this one Bluetooth speaker rocks the house. Dance parties, no problem. Want to listen to 90s rap with tons of bass, no problem. When the Woburn II came out, I thought, "it must be even better than the original." I have to say that my recommendation is that if you want the best sounding Bluetooh speaker you've ever heard, get on Ebay and find yourself a Woburn I, which is what I did after selling this one second-hand. I thought maybe it was just room acoustics impacting the sound of the speaker, so I got my Woburn I, Stanmore I, and Woburn II, lined them all up, found some Dr. Dre, Phish, Dave Brubeck, and Beethoven, and ran the gamut of musical genres to see how they fared. The Woburn I still rocked the house with every genre. The original Stanmore came in second place, with just as much bass and high-end fidelity as my Woburn II (for considerably less money), while the Woburn II sounded pretty much on par with my Stanmore. The Bluetooth connection also gave me trouble. It would drop my phone all the time and hook up to my wife's phone. Other times, the signal would try to take over and my phone would hook up to it even though it was on the other side of the house. There is also an incredibly annoying guitar chord sound every time you connect and disconnect a Bluetooth device. I'm all about rock-n-roll, and even played in bands for years, but that guitar sound drove me and my wife nuts. They should provide an easy way to turn that off through the app, but they don't. So, as someone who has owned all three of these at the same time, and performed a side-by-side comparison, do yourself a favor and get a Woburn I. If you can't find one, get a Stanmore I. Maybe the Woburn III will be better, but this version just doesn't hold a candle to the original.
Reviewed on May 25, 2023
The bluetooth is really wonky and constantly disconnects. Even when it is connected it constantly interrupts playback with a repeating glitching bluetooth connection sound that can not be disabled. Not at all great for this price point. Still buggy.
Reviewed on February 01, 2023
It is the best blue tooth speakerI have ever had. My JBL EXTREME which I paid oveer $300 was good but stopped working after using it bout 30 times. I have a couple of bose speakers which are ok, but this Marshall speaker is unbelievable, it makes the other speakers look like toys. The sound from the bass to the highs are crystal clear. I couldn't imagine anything comparing to this speaker.
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