Bluetooth speakers have become a market that any company in the industry simply cannot afford to invest. Today, we are going to talk about two recent releases that may interest you.
Let’s go to them:
Logitech MX Sound 2.0
When we talk about speakers, we usually think of something that can be positioned anywhere in the house, for you to connect your iPhone and enjoy good music. This da Logitech, however, has another proposal.
THE MX Sound 2.0 is a set of boxes to be placed on the table in order to enhance the sound of your computer. According to Logitech, we are talking about speakers with high-end drivers meticulously selected, as well as a fabric premium and backlit controls which are activated by movement. Despite being a Bluetooth speaker (4.1), you can also use it via cable.
The two speakers have a power of 24 Watts Peak (or 12 Watts RMS), drivers edge and tubes that extend the bass range and a 10 ° backward tilt, directing the audio to the user. It is a versatile product that can be used with your iPhone, iPad, Mac, TV, etc.
MX Sound 2.0 costs US $ 100 and is in pre-order on Logitech’s official website, scheduled for delivery in October.
New Marshall Boxes
The renowned amplifier manufacturer Marshall launched three new speaker models, all with wireless connectivity, capabilities multi-room and AirPlay support – in addition to Chromecast and Spotify Connect.
THE Acton, a Stanmore and the Woburn they are practically the same; the big difference between them is their sizes and, consequently, their powers. They all have that classic and highly recognized Marshall look. Acton costs $ 350, Stanmore jumps to $ 450 and Woburn jumps to $ 600 (it has two woofers 5.25 inches, plus 110 watts of output power).
Marshall’s new speakers are pre-sold on the official website and are due to hit stores on September 27.
via 9to5Mac, TechCrunch