Marshall has released Kilburn II, its latest portable Bluetooth speaker

Posted on Jan 17 2019 - 8:12am by Chris Tomaino

Marshall unveiled a brand new portable speaker, the Kilburn II. It has a brand new appearance in comparison to the last version, and packs a whole lot of up to date tech, inclusive of Bluetooth 5.0 aptX support for advanced sound best and greater variety, 20-plus hours of play time, multi-host functionality to interchange among devices and an IPX2 water-proof layout.

Marshall Kilburn II Portable Bluetooth Speaker Design

The layout is getting diffused tweaks as properly. Whereas previous models in the Marshall lineup featured a layout just like that of the company’s amps, the Kilburn II has a metallic grille that is styled after microphones, and additionally has nook caps that sit down flush with the frame that give it added protection.


The top panel houses analog controls for bass, treble, and extent, and there is additionally a visible battery indicator next to the extent knob that gives you an smooth estimate of the speaker’s battery life. Marshall is touting a 20-hour playback from a complete charge.

Marshall Kilburn II Portable Bluetooth Speaker Features

This compact tool gives over 20 hours of playtime on a single charge, allowing you to take your track anywhere you like. Really connect to Kilburn II through Bluetooth to experience track with none messy wires or cables. Offering multi-directional sound, Kilburn II makes it viable to immerse yourself to your tune, whether or not you’re indoors or outside. Designed for portability, the speaker is extremely durable and rugged. Plus, it even has an IPX2 rating, which means it may undergo a chunk of water. Weighing simply 5.5 kilos, Kilburn II is simple to hold but gives you enormously loud sound for its small length. To top it off, the speaker features a solid metal grille, harking back to some of your favourite rock and roll system.

Marshall Kilburn II Portable Bluetooth Speaker Price

It also has a special “Blumlein stereo sound” system that separates spatial content “and reassembles the signal in a way that can be projected in all directions,” providing an improved multi-directional experience, Marshall said. The Kilburn II is now available to buy from retailers and at the Marshall Headphones website for $299 or £269 in the UK.