|商品尺寸||31.5 x 22.1 x 25.91 cm; 2.49 公斤|
|特殊功能||Home; travel; music; outdoor; party; indoor; family; office; friends; car; school|
|型号 / 款式||1002634|
|包装清单||Double-ended coil cord with 3.5mm stereo plugs, Kilburn II Speaker, User manual|
Marshall 马歇尔 Kilburn II 便携式蓝牙音箱—黑色
- 高度：6.25 英寸/16cm
- 宽度：5.5 英寸/14 厘米
Get on the road with Marshall Kilburn II portable speaker.*from the confines of wires and cords, this Bluetooth speaker offers 20+ hours of portable playtime on a single charge. This stout-hearted Hero weighs only 6 lbs. And is the loudest speaker in its class. It produces a clear midrange, deep base and extended highs that are unrivaled for a speaker This size, and its multi-directional sound will immerse you in your music, indoor or out. Echoing the legacy of rock "n" Roll, Kilburn II has a solid metal grille that Pats homage to the steel mesh grille found on many microphones and a guitar inspired carrying strap for easy portability. Its flush mounted corner caps and water-resistant design make it supremely rugged and durable. Kilburn II is able to withstand even the longest days on the road.
Hit The Road with Kilburn II
Get on the road with Kilburn II. Free from the confines of wires and cords, this bluetooth speaker offers 20 + hours of portable playtime on a single charge. This stout-hearted hero weighs only 3 kg and is the loudest speaker in its class. It produces a clear midrange, deep bass and extended highs that are unrivaled for a speaker this size, and its multi-directional sound will immerse you in your music, indoors or out.
20+ Hours Of Portable Playtime
Kilburn II weighs just 3 kg and offers 20+ hours of portable playtime on a single charge. Its compact size and guitar inspired carrying strap make it perfect to take with you. You can track the speaker’s battery life with the visual battery indicator located on the top panel of the speaker.
This stout-hearted hero offers a larger than life multi-directional sound that will immerse you in your music, indoors or out. As the loudest speaker in its class, Kilburn II produces a clear midrange, deep bass and extended highs. Powered by 36 Watts, its pronounced and articulate sound pushes the boundaries for a speaker of this size.
Bluetooth 5.0 aptX
Kilburn II comes equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 aptX technology for wireless music play. Play music with any Bluetooth device at a range of up to 30 feet away from the speaker.
Durable And Roadworthy Design
Kilburn II features flush mounted corner caps and a water-resistant design that make it supremely rugged and durable, perfect for whatever adventure comes your way. It is encased in vinyl and features a solid metal grille and the iconic Marshall script.
The road is full of surprises, which is why Kilburn II offers a water-resistant design.
Kilburn II features multi-host functionality so you can easily connect and switch between two Bluetooth devices. Now you and a friend take turns playing what you want to hear.
I was looking for a water resistant upgraded BT speaker to replace an older Braven brand speaker for my boat. While the Braven is impressive for it's size, it's lacking a bit in bass and volume. I auditioned several speakers at my local Best Buy, including 3 offerings by Marshall. The Kilburn 2 stood head and shoulders above the others - Very clear highs, smooth midrange, and punchy lows without sounding colored or boomy.
Back on the boat, it remains impressive down below in the cabin - the sound is best described as "transparent" and uncolored. I'm both a musician and a "recovering audiophile", so I know good sound, and good sound reproduction. I also own a pair of Grado SR 60 headphones, and to my ear, this speaker matches or exceeds the fidelity of these legendary cans. That's really something for an all in one speaker. Frequency response is flat as a pancake, and goes from around 40hz to 20,000kh, so you're right up against the limits of human hearing at both ends. Importantly, this little beast packs 36 watts of audio power into it's tiny footprint.
Many people think high wattage is important for high sound pressure levels, but that's a small part of the advantage of high wattage amps paired with well matched and tuned speakers. What high wattage is really about is headroom and the dynamic range it allows. Turn up a cheap, under-powered set of speakers loud enough to hear soft passages in music, and when the loud parts hit, the speakers break-up, distort, and sound brittle and harsh.
There's none of that here. Turn it up to 11, and it's just as clear as at 2 or 3. That's the mark of a well engineered and balanced audio system. Ironically, Marshall is known for making tube amplifiers for guitars that distort heavily at high volumes lol....
The other part of the sound equation here is the sub-woofer / woofer that eats up 20 watts of that 36. It appears to use a rear firing wave-guide style resonance horn reverse engineered from Bose drek and vastly improved upon. The bass is truly uncanny. It can be easily adjusted along with the mids and the highs, but I've found the best sound is leave both zeroed out.
This is a solid bit of kit. It's heavy and solid in a very reassuring way. This is necessary to prevent resonance, rattling, and "bass walking" due to it's low frequency punch. It's so heavy you're not gonna want to carry it very far - it's more of a tailgate beast than backpacking buddy.
The final delight are the ANALOG KNOBS. Whoever invented push-button volume and tone controls should be sent straight to hell, where they are forced to adjust sound with said buttons for eternity, and endure the overshooting and undershooting and slow response of such a hare-brained idea. Knobs are where it's at - simple and effective, and easy to find in the dark.
Oh, and it's water resistant. I wouldn't use it in the shower or leave it out in the rain, but a spilled beer or a few drops of water isn't gonna instantly fry the thing, unlike the two - count them, two Jawbone Jam-boxes that instantly died from minor encounters with water splashes on my boat. That $400 lesson taught me that any BT speaker used on a boat or outdoors MUST be water resistant, and Marshall delivered.
I was so impressed by the sound of this thing that I bought a pair of Marshal BT headphones. I don't know what the deal is, but the sound like crap, so they are going back. I was unimpressed with Marshall's other BT speakers as well, but this thing is a gem...
Edit: Saw a review that says this thing has no aux input. They clearly did not bother to look at the back fully to see where you can plug in a 3.5mm aux cable to connect to your phone or other device w/o bluetooth...