Everything you want from a pair of Bluetooth headphones wrapped in Marshall’s classic cabinet style. The Major II Bluetooth lasts up 30h per charge and has a built-in microphone as well as a playback and volume knob and can share music via its 3.5mm jack.
Marshall takes advantage of its iconic amp design once more, with a compact Bluetooth travel speaker. The Stockwell weighs just 2.65 lb., packs Class-D amplification for great sound, and offers up to 25 hrs. play time per charge. Drops Q4 2015.
An Android 5 smartphone for audio enthusiasts. Specs include: two front-facing speakers, dual 3.5mm outputs, a Wolfson WM8281 sound chip, a global equalizer, 4.7″ IPS 720p screen, 8MP camera, removable battery and microSD slot.
Marshall’s first truly portable stereo speaker has a 20h battery, a 4″ woofer, two 0.75″ tweeters, 25W amp, 3.5mm aux in, Bluetooth 4.0, volume, bass and treble knobs and the classic Marshall amp look. Drops 6/15 for $300.
The Monitor over-ear headphones have 40mm drivers, dual 3.5mm sockets for sharing audio, brass hinges that make them completely collapsible and treble filters that you can remove if you prefer a brighter sound.