After unveiling its flagship Gen III portable speakers, Amazon is now offering Marshall Woburn II Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for $349.99 shipped. Regularly $550 for all of 2022 at Amazon, that’s $200 off the going rate, the lowest price we’ve tracked this year there and the best we can find. While it may no longer be the latest and greatest, it’s also $229 less than the new model right now. Described as having a “larger than life sound”, the Woburn II offers this retro style guitar amp design with a 50 watt Class D woofer. The usual Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity is complemented by analog RCA and 3.5mm jacks as well as classic top-mounted EQ controls and the ability to customize the sound experience via the Marshall Bluetooth app. A 30-foot Bluetooth range rounds out the spec sheet here. Take a closer look at the new Woburn III model in our launch coverage and head below for more details.
If you’re looking for a name brand, premium speaker without spending as much as our main offering, take a look at the Bose SoundLink Flex Portable Bluetooth Speaker. This is the latest model in the brand’s portable range which sells for $149 shipped at Amazon. And you can get all the details you need in our launch coverage. Otherwise, just pick up the Anker Soundcore Bluetooth speaker for less $28 shipped and call it a day.
Check out our review of the latest Marshall portable models, then dive into the ongoing price drops we’re tracking for Father’s Day on Amazon’s Echo line of smart speakers. With options from $25 Premium shipped, it’s a remarkable way to land a solid Bluetooth speaker that can also talk to the rest of your Alexa smart home gear and more. Everything you need to know is here.
Marshall Woburn II Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Features:
- Larger than life sound – with high treble, easily handles low bass and clear mids
- Wireless connection with Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX technology provides lossless wireless audio at a range of up to 30 feet while maintaining connectivity
- Customize your sound – adjust your music to suit your needs. Simply use the Marshall Bluetooth app or the analog controls on your speakers’ top panel to perfect your sound to suit the room you’re in.
- There are more ways to connect than just Bluetooth 5.0. Plug in the RCA or 3.5mm input for an analog listening experience