|商品尺寸||40.01 x 30.99 x 19.99 cm; 8.55 公斤|
Marshall 马歇尔 Woburn II蓝牙扬声器，棕色
- Woburn II hits high trebles cleanly, handles low bass with ease and has a clear, lifelike mid range.
- Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX technology provides lossless wireless sound at a 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 analogue control knobs, you can use the Marshall Bluetooth app to customize your listening experience or control the music you’re listening to.
Delivering a sound that resonates with the presence and power of live music, woburn II is a carefully crafted machine, designed to attain the trademark Marshall tone. The largest speaker from Marshall, woburn II features a robust sound and Hits high trebles cleanly, handles Low bass with ease and has a clear, lifelike mid range. Two 1” tweeter and dual 5.25” woofers are individually powered by class D Amps for a total of 110 watts of power. Bluetooth 5.0 with Qualcomm apt lets you wirelessly play your music in glorious, stereo sound. Classic Marshall details such as a textured vinyl covering, salt & pepper fret and the iconic script logo adorn woburn II's sturdy wooden frame. Located on the front of the speaker is a brass plate, proudly etched with the establishment date of 1962 -a subtle nod to the branded heritage and over 50 years of loud
Marshall Woburn II Features
Larger Than Life Sound
Woburn II hits high trebles cleanly, handles low bass with ease and has a clear, lifelike mid range. Two 1" tweeters and dual 5.25" subwoofers are individually powered by class D amps for a total of 110 watts of power.
Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX technology provides lossless wireless sound at a range of up to 30 feet (10 meters) while maintaining connectivity. Use your Bluetooth enabled smartphone, tablet or computer to stream music directly to your speaker with no wires required.
Fine-tune your music to meet your requirements. Just use the Marshall Bluetooth app or the analogue controls on your speaker’s top panel to perfect your sound according to the room you’re in.
|Marshall Woburn II Bluetooth Speaker||Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth Speaker||Marshall Kilburn II Portable Speaker|
|Bluetooth||5.0 aptX technology||5.0 aptX technology||5.0 aptX technology|
|Amplification||2 - 50 Watt Class D amp woofer and 2 - 15 Watt Class D amps tweeters||1 - 50 Watt Class D Amp woofer, and 2 - 15 Watt Class D amps tweeters||1 - 20 Watt Class D amp woofer, 2 - 8 Watt Class D amp tweeters|
|Dimensions||15.75 x 12.20 x 7.87 In||13.78 x 7.68 x 7.28 In||9.57 x 6.42 x 5.51 In|
|Frequency response||30-20,000 Hz||50-20,000 Hz||52 - 20,000 HZ|
|Power||Plug In||Plug In||20+ hours playtime with rechargeable battery|
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The Woburn II (new model):
* Dimensions: 15.75” x 12.2” x 7.87”
* Weight: About 18.9 pounds
* Does not come with 3.5 mm audio input cable
* Bluetooth 5.0
* Comes with a free app
* No optical input
* Frequency range: 30 - 20,000 Hz
* Power Amplifiers: Two 50 Watt Class D amplifiers for the woofers and two 15 Watt Class D amplifiers for the tweeters
The Woburn (previous model):
* Dimensions: 15.75” x 11.4” x 7.87”
* Weight: About 17.5 pounds
* Comes with 3.5 mm audio input cable
* Bluetooth 4.0
* Does not come with an app
* Optical input
* Frequency Range: 35 - 22,000 Hz
* Power Amplifiers: One 50 Watt Class D amplifier for the subwoofers and two 20 Watt Class D amplifiers for the tweeters
The control panel on the top of the speaker is brushed aluminum and the metal knobs, buttons, and lever are reminiscent of a vintage guitar amp. On the panel there is a 3.5 mm auxiliary input, a source selector button, three knobs controlling volume, bass, and treble, a play/pause button, and a power lever. Wireless connectivity is supported by via Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX technologies (range is about 30 feet). The cabinet is wood covered by a leather-like material, with a tweed front grill. Again, similar to a vintage guitar amp.
The back of the speaker has L/R RCA input jacks. In total the speaker has two 1” tweeters and dual 5.25” subwoofers powered by class D amps for 110 Watts of power. Note that the volume control is non-linear–the volume is fairly quiet until the volume control is turned to about 6 and then the volume rapidly ramps up from there–standing next to the speaker with the volume knob at 8+ will be extremely intense. There is some distortion with the volume dimed, but you may not notice too much with all the head-banging you’ll be doing.
All in all, this is a premium Bluetooth speaker. The appearance and quality of the appointments makes this speaker gorgeous to look at. The sound is also wonderful, with teeth-vibrating low ends and clear highs. There were some disappointments however. The Woburn II lacks the optical input of the Woburn, as well as lacks the 3.5 mm input cable. And while the speaker itself is best-in-class, the software is not. The free Marshall Bluetooth app allows you to apply firmware upgrades and provides a 5-band EQ. The app says that it allows you to connect multiple Marshall speakers together, but I could never get that feature to work–I tried connecting a Woburn II and a Stanmore II. Perhaps it only works with two Woburn IIs? Fortunately, except for applying the firmware update, you don’t need the app. This is good because you will want to play a lot of music over this excellent speaker. Apologize in advance to your neighbors and rock on.
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So I bought the Woburn 2. Right out of the box it would not power up. Returned it for another speaker. Had it for a few days and ended up returning it because it would not connect via bluetooth. Very disappointed and will never purchase another Woburn product.
3 strikes and you're out Woburn!
So as far as the branding is concerned. When you think Marshall you think amps and speakers (duh). The product finish is true to that branding and the quality is made of the same durable finish that those amps are speakers are made from.
I use it mostly playing Spotify from my iPad via Bluetooth. Or sometimes connect from the 3.5mm aux to my iPod. Either way is easy to do, and sounds great. Using the Marshall App, I can easily switch the equalizer settings for whatever genre (rock, blues, jazz, country, latin, r&b...) of music I am playing.
Its not exactly a cheap speaker. But it has performed excellent. Build quality feels solid, not like a cheap toy as some speakers feel. And it looks great next to my Marshall guitar amps!