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Marshall Woburn II (Black)

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Marshall Woburn II (Black)

ลำโพงบ้านไร้สาย Home Speaker เชื่อมต่อไร้สาย Bluetooth 5.0 ขนาดใหญ่ เสียงดัง รองรับความถี่กว้าง ใช้งานเป็นแอมป์กีต้าร์ได้

สำหรับรุ่นนี้ก็เป็นลำโพงขนาดกลางเหมาะสำหรับตั้งโต๊ะเช่นเดียวกัน แต่จะมีขนาดที่เล็กกว่ารุ่น Woburn II หน่อย น้ำหนักก็เบากว่าด้วย มีลักษณะยาวๆเหมือนสี่เหลี่ยมผืนผ้า ดีไซน์สุดคลาสสิคมาพร้อมชื่อรุ่น Stanmore ซึ่งเป็นชื่อเมืองในประเทศอังกฤษซะด้วย ตัวลำโพงทำมาจากไม้แล้วก็ห่อหุ้มด้วยหนัง PVC คุณภาพดี ดูทนทาน มีโลโก้ Marshall สีทองอยู่ตรงกลางโดดเด่น ด้านหน้าลำโพงนั้นก็จะเป็นแบบตะแกรงทำจากผ้าบุชั้นดี ซึ่งถือว่าเป็นเอกลักษณ์ของลำโพง Marshall เลยก็ว่าได้ พร้อมปุ่มควบคุมด้านบนก็เป็นสีทอง แถมตรงแถบด้านล่างก็เป็นวัสดุทำจากอลูมิเนียมชุบทองสีทองที่มีข้อความสลักไว้ว่า EST. 1962 บ่งบอกว่าลำโพง Marshall ตัวนี้ที่ผลิตมายาวนานมากกว่า 50 ปี มาพร้อมลำโพงถึง 3 ดอก ประกอบไปด้วยซับวูฟเฟอร์ 1 ตัว ที่ให้เสียงกลาง และทวีตเตอร์ที่ให้เสียงแหลมอีก 2 ตัว และสามารถปรับแต่งเสียงได้เองตามใจชอบ ไม่ว่าจะแนวไหนก็ตอบโจทย์ได้เป็นอย่างดี ทั้งยังรองรับการเชื่อมต่อที่หลากหลายอีกด้วย

The Woburn II is the largest of Marshall’s wireless speakers – and probably the one Bluetooth speaker that really looks – in size and shape as well as style – just like a real guitar amp.
As an updated version to an existing Woburn line, you might expect the Woburn II to offer Alexa or Google Assistant support and multiroom functionality. However, it features neither; it’s simply a Bluetooth speaker, and therefore relies heavily on its design and sound.
The £439 Marshall Woburn II looks fantastic, if a Marshall amp appearance is what you’re after, and you get audio approaching Marshall’s well-known “wall of sound” effect.

– Most Marshall speakers sport the look of guitar amps, with the Acton and Stanmore fitting into this category. The Marshall Worburn II is large enough to be mistaken for an 10-inch cone practice amp.
– This, arguably, narrows its appeal. It’s bigger than the Sonos Play:5 and the Google Home Max. Naim’s Mu-so rivals it for pure lounge presence, but their styles are completely different. Naim is more grown-up elegance, while the Woburn II screams “I was in a band ”, or “I wish I was in a band”.
– The Marshall is 40cm wide and 30cm high, so you’ll need to ensure you have the room for it.
– This speaker doesn’t offer any battery-powered portability; it’s a mains-powered speaker. This is hardly a surprise, though: a battery would make the Marshall Woburn II one of the largest portable speakers around.
– Aside from being larger than its the Stanmore II, the Woburn II shares the same look as other members of the family. The controls sit on a brushed gold plate on the top of the unit. Most modern wireless speakers are a little ashamed of their physical buttons, but here they’re part of the appeal.
– Power is turned on and off via a chunky lever, and amp-style knobs alter the volume and tone. Instead of using an absolute 1-10 scale for these, little red LEDs surrounding the dials indicate the level.
– These are needed because otherwise the Marshall Woburn II would have to use motorised controls to keep up with any volume changes made via your phone. That sounds neat, but would also likely be too expensive to implement.
– Leather texture vinyl covers the sides of the unit, and upfront is a grey fabric grille. The Marshall logo is significant, but cast in a soft gold rather than the stark white of most Marshall amps.
– Note that the Marshall Woburn II has very few features you’d expect to see in a wireless speaker in 2019, though. It has Bluetooth with aptX, an aux input, a phono input. And if you use the Marshall app then you can make two of these speakers into a stereo pair.
– However, there’s no digital assistant support, no Wi-Fi for multiroom audio or streaming – without your phone acting as the middle-man. Marshall does make a Wi-Fi version of this same design, though. It’s called the Woburn Multi-room.
– For an extra £50 you get AirPlay, Chromecast and Spotify Connect support, and Bluetooth too. It costs just £10 less than a Sonos Play:5 – competition that no wireless speaker should want to invite.

The Marshall Woburn II has four drivers and a pair of big bass ports on its rear. There are two large 5.25-inch cones for the bass, and two 1-inch ones for the higher frequencies. This is similar to the Stanmore II’s arrangement, but with a second subwoofer for reinforced bass.
The Stanmore II has a powerful low-end for a £200 wireless speaker, and the Woburn adds to the bass weight, making the sound richer all-round. It has greater power and presence.
However, the bassier tone makes one of the Stanmore’s existing sound issues worse. Bass is nowhere near as sculpted nor controlled as that displayed by the Sonos Play:5.
There’s some boom; some resonance. You can tone down the low-end with the bass dial, but it’s still there at the “5” setting. Restrict it further and the low-end starts to sound weaker than you’d probably want in a Marshall speaker. Great bass has power and punch, but disappears as quickly as it appears. Here, the decay is a little sluggish, which becomes clear when you compare the Woburn II directly with the very best wireless speakers.
This is most obvious whilst listening to largely electronic music, where low-frequency elements tend to be discrete and uniform. For all its bass weight, the Woburn isn’t on a par with the Sonos in terms of sub-bass delivery either. The frequencies are present, but they’re not projected with the same verve. This sub-bass performance isn’t a surprise, given the very conventional driver array used here.
This may all sound quite damning – and given the £439 price, it is. However, the Marshall Woburn II is still a very pleasant listen with several strong elements.
The speaker offers great scale, and sounds more comfortable at higher volumes than most. You get the sense it was made to play loud, where some other units in this class can appear to struggle, making certain parts of the audio harder on the ear.
This speaker sounds far more refined than the smaller Stanmore II in a few areas. Treble is smoother, and added bulk to the lower-mids gives the impression of a “full” sound that flatters classic rock tracks.

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Marshall Woburn II (Black)

฿ 26,990

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