Marshall’s new Bluetooth speakers offer even better sound, same ultra-cool looks


Marshall is getting the band back together one more time, with three of its popular Bluetooth speaker models getting an improved soundstage and an eco-conscious overhaul.

On first glance, the new Acton III, Stanmore III, and Woburn III look pretty similar to their four-year-old predecessors, but behind the trademark checked grille cloth you’ll find a host of upgrades.

Now equipped with tweeters angled outwards and updated waveguides for a more expansive sound, the new range also boasts an all-new Placement Compensation feature – and if they work as intended, it could make these real challengers to the best Bluetooth speakers.

The Marshall Woburn III is a fairly big speaker, for fairly big sound. (Image credit: Marshall)

Seemingly working in a similar manner to Sonos’ TruePlay sound correction technology on the Sonos Move and Sonos Roam, the speakers measure for nearby reflective surfaces that may affect the sound and then automatically adjust their EQ profile. 



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