Due to the recognition of Amazon‘s Echo family, folk acquire begun to query command assistant capabilities from their tidy speakers, even ones intended essentially for audio. To that point, Marshall moral launched the Uxbridge Teach, its most recent Alexa-enabled speaker.
As with Marshall’s old wireless speakers, the Uxbridge parts a cosmopolitan create that mimics the create of a classic guitar amp, albeit in a rather limited invent moral 6.6 inches immense and 5 inches extensive. The speakers advance in white or dim colorways and toughen both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections, the latter the exhaust of AirPlay 2 and Spotify Join.
It’s doubtless you’ll per chance per chance also moreover exhaust the speakers in multi-room mode the exhaust of both AirPlay 2 or rather quite so much of Alexa-enabled speakers, even supposing it doesn’t seem you would possibly per chance originate stereo pairs. And understand that, being an Alexa-enabled speaker, it involves a long way-subject microphones and can answer to any of the anticipated instructions, ranging from playback instructions to wondering what the climate is esteem.
We can’t explain powerful about sound quality without needing heard the speakers, nonetheless Marshal claims a frequency response proper down to 54 Hz and the speaker comes with bass and treble changes to search out a tonality that handiest suits your room and tastes. The speaker is moreover rated at 96 dB @ 1m, which would possibly per chance easy be loads loud for indoor exhaust
The Uxbridge Teach shall be available on Marshall’s web site for $199 starting April 9; a Google Assistant-enabled model of the speaker shall be available starting June 11.
Printed March 25, 2020 — 19: 53 UTC
March 25, 2020 — 19: 53 UTC