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MARSHALL WOBURN SPEAKER WITH APTX BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY - AWESOME SOUND - AS NEW AND FULL WARRANTY!!!
I have to sell these, because I am saving up for a vacation. The Marshall Woburn retails for HKD$5.500,-. The speaker is new, 1 months old, but I cannot receive money back anymore from the store. They come with full warranty and box, manuals as new!
Here's a review:
The Marshall Woburn is the Cadillac of Bluetooth speakers - it is really Awesome and the best bluetooth speaker on the market with hi-fi sound!
The basic styling is aped from Marshall's iconic stacks, but it's a decidedly retro take on the aesthetic - gentle, rounded corners on a smooth, vinyl-wrapped body, and a grille pattern that is intentionally distressed and uneven. While some may detest the Marshall logo's bold prominence across the front, I find it lends authenticity and character to the Woburn - this speaker is a conversation piece that can also generate the background music for the conversation. There's nothing poseur-y about the style to my eyes, either. Marshall is a highly-respected name in the music business, they're a huge part of why guitar amps look like guitar amps. Whether you approve of the style itself is a personal question, but I think this is the prettiest Bluetooth speaker on the market, hands-down.
And once it is on, it does rather amazing stuff. First things first: optical audio. The Woburn has an optical audio input, meaning it's a smart speaker you can actually directly connect to pretty much any modern television without needing a stereo receiver or digital-to-analog converter. Our Samsung plasma, for example, only has optical and HDMI audio out, something increasingly common on new TVs - the 3.5mm and RCA jacks are going the way of the dodo. Plugging in the Woburn via Toslink was quick and easy.
I can't not love this speaker. And that brings me to the sound: the Woburn is outstanding. I will say it's more outstanding for music than TV or movies, though - the speaker has a warm, mid-heavy tuning that gives it a decidedly heavy, retro sound signature. Dialing the bass back and treble up a bit reduces this effect, but the Woburn is obviously tuned with rocking out in mind. There's no shortage of bass, either, as the Woburn packs two 5 1/4" woofers with two passive reflex ports on the rear. Even at 3/10 on the dial, the bass still comes through prominently. The dials are such a help, too, because with a speaker you want to tune the treble and bass to the space you're using (and your personal taste).
The Woburn also gets incredible loud, with a peak RMS output of 200W - it will fill a moderately-sized room without breaking a sweat. Even at full crank, the Woburn still sounds great, too, just not exactly neighbor-friendly for those of us in apartments. The clarity, depth, bass, and fullness of the sound blows any other Bluetooth speaker I've used away.
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