Marshall Home Generation III Hits The Stage

Posted on 10th June, 2022

Marshall Home Generation III Hits The Stage

Marshall's Gen 3 Acton, Stanmore, and Woburn Bluetooth speakers are ready to rock!

Marshall's new generation of Acton, Stanmore and Woburn come with tweeters angled outwards and updated waveguides to deliver a consistently solid sound so wide it chases you around the room, says the company. The iconic amplification brand invites you to “experience a balanced sound, with crisp, soaring treble and controlled, rumbling bass.”

Marshall Bluetooth Gen III Speakers

This generation of the home line-up promises an even wider soundstage than before, delivering the Marshall signature sound now re-engineered for a more immersive experience. In addition, the all-new Placement Compensation feature corrects for any nearby reflective surfaces that may affect the sound and built-in Dynamic Loudness adjusts the tonal balance, ensuring your music sounds brilliant at every volume.

You'll find everything you need on the unit, including the Bluetooth pairing button, power switch, bass and treble controls and the control knob so you can easily control your music without picking up your device.

Marshall Bluetooth Gen III Speakers

Marshall has taken its signature rock' n' roll home speaker line-up and given it a stripped-back look. Signature details such as the Marshall script and brass control knobs are featured, echoing the legacy of rock' n' roll, and different finishes mean you can choose the one that fits you.

All are powered by multiple Class D amps powering tweeters and woofers (and mids in the Woburn III) separately. Acton III and Stanmore III claim a 45–20,000 Hz frequency range, whereas the larger Woburn III reaches 35–20,000 Hz.

This new generation takes a more sustainable approach with a PVC-free build that comprises 70% recycled plastic and only vegan materials.

Marshall Bluetooth Gen III Speakers

With next-generation Bluetooth 5.2 and the 3.5 mm input, connecting to your speaker and listening to your music has never been so effortless. Download and connect to the Marshall Bluetooth app to access advanced settings and Over-the-Air (OTA) updates, ensuring that these speakers are always up-to-date with the latest software and features.

Additionally, Woburn III comes with an HDMI input, which allows you to connect to your TV and utilise the Night Mode feature.

The Acton III, Stanmore III and Woburn III will retail for £239.99, £329.99, and £499.99, respectively. The three speakers are available to pre-order now and will be available to buy from June 23rd. 


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