Marshall – Wireless Speakers, Multi-Room Speakers

Consumer Update

For over 50 years, Marshall has been a leader in the audio industry, making high-quality products with an iconic design. Given their amazing sound reputation, Marshall keeps living up to their legacy by having their newest speaker, Wireless Multi-Room, up for purchase.

This speaker allows you to wirelessly play different songs in each room throughout the house – or if you may choose, you can play the same song in every room.

There are six different ways to connect the speakers, so you’re not strapped to just one platform. This is helpful because you don’t need to have the same speaker in every room. You can have a different size and style speaker in every room in the singular audio ecosystem.

Despite the Mult-Room Speaker’s size, its sound is nothing short of large. Marshall produces a well-balanced, powerful audio experience, yet it can fit on the tiniest of shelves – making it ideal for small spaces.

And as previously mentioned, it can connect wirelessly either to Chromecast built-in, Spotify Connect, AirPlay or Bluetooth. You can also plug in via the 3.5 mm socket.

You can also combine it with other Marshall Wireless Multi-Room speakers to turn your home into the ultimate listening experience!

Not only do the Multi-Room Speakers deliver fantastic sound and programming, but they also have a gorgeous aesthetic design that’s custom to the Marshall style. They are available in black and cream.

So if you’re interested in bringing this amazing sound quality into your home, be sure to check out Marshall speakers by heading to today.



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