Marshall is a special breed in sound and its products have a vintage hot design, so they are also outstanding for being decorative. In recent years we have seen various home suggestions from speakers to headphones. The latest product to join the catalog is Marshall Uxbridge Voice.
In addition to paying attention to audio quality, Marshall wants to write in the smart speaker industry with Uxbridge Voice because it supports digital voice assistants
A version with Google Assistant is on the way
It's not the first time that Marshall has used AirPlay on its machines, but in this case it's a lot of fun to install with Alexa, an Amazon voice assistant available to Echo speakers and that more and more manufacturers are mixing in their alternatives. And that's it with Alexa it is possible to control the music volume without touching any button
Unlike other Marshall speakers, Uxbridge Voice it has no standard dial keys on amps control over play settings, but few rockers. Among them we find volume, bass and treble, and others to pause / play and activate the microphone.
You may have paired Marshall Uxbridge Voice with other speakers because of AirPlay 2 and Alexa create a plan multiroom. In addition, the brand has confirmed that Google Assistant support will arrive on June 11, though it is a different version and not a software update as we have seen from other companies such as Sonic.
This speaker will be available on April 8 at an initial price of $ 199. Apart from AirPlay 2, it also has Bluetooth connectivity with Spotify Connect.
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