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Marshall Uxbridge Amazon Alexa enabled speaker

Marshall Uxbridge Amazon Alexa enabled speaker  ·  Source: Marshall

Famed guitar amp maker Marshall has just unveiled another new home speaker model called Uxbridge. A Bluetooth 5.0 Alexa-controlled speaker, the Uxbridge is a handy size aimed at living rooms, kitchens and offices. If you fancy one of these, now is the time to get your order in: Marshall is giving away a free set of Marshall Major III Bluetooth headphones with every pre-order while stocks last.

Marshall Uxbridge

With a 30-Watt Class D amplifier for the woofer and tweeter, this little mono speaker has Alexa built-in, so you can use it with all the Amazon services and control any of your voice-activated equipment at home. It will integrate with your existing multi-room system, other Amazon Echos and supported Alexa-powered or Airplay 2-enabled speakers as well.

Marshall Uxbridge Amazon Alexa enabled speaker

Marshall Uxbridge Amazon Alexa enabled speaker

Marshall Voice App

The speaker uses the Marshall Voice App for control, letting you choose from several EQ presets or set up a custom 5-band EQ to your taste. The top panel includes controls for Volume, Bass, Treble, Play/Pause, Mute/unMute mic & push to talk. A Bluetooth pairing button is available on the rear of the speaker. A Bluetooth 5.0 speaker, the Uxbridge also works with Spotify Connect.

Marshall Major III Bluetooth Deal

The new Marshall Uxbridge speaker is now available to pre-order online and should be shipping by 8 April. 

If you place your pre-order for one now, Marshall is offering a free set of Marshall Major III Bluetooth headphones worth GBP 129. That’s a nice bonus and makes this an attractive deal. The Marshall website states that the offer will be available while stocks last, so first come first served.

RRP: GBP 170 with free set of Major III Bluetooth headphones whilst stocks last.

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by Jef

One response to “More Marshall for your living room: The Uxbridge Bluetooth 5.0 speaker”

  1. Hi Jef,

    I’ve noticed that the Uxbridge Voice tends to favor the low-end with powerful bass, and I don’t mind that one bit. It’s surprising that a speaker this small can sound so impactful, but it does.

    Best regards

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