Bluetooth speakers have become a marketplace that any business in the industry simply can't stop investing. Today, let's talk about two recent releases that may interest you.
Let's go to them:
Logitech MX Sound 2.0
When we talk about a speaker, we usually think of something that can be placed anywhere in the house, so you can plug in your iPhone and enjoy some great music. This da LogitechBut it has another proposal.
THE MX Sound 2.0 a set of speakers to put on your desk 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 motion. Although it is a Bluetooth speaker (4.1), you can also use it via cable.
Both speakers feature 24 Watts Peak (or 12 Watts RMS) power, drivers tip and tubes that extend the bass range and a backward tilt of 10, directing the audio to the user. This is a versatile product that can be used with your iPhone, iPad, Mac, TV, etc.
The MX Sound 2.0 is priced at $ 100 and is pre-sold on Logitech's official website, due for delivery in October.
New Marshall Boxes
The renowned amplifier manufacturer Marshall launched three new speaker models, all with wireless connectivity, multi-room and AirPlay support beyond Chromecast and Spotify Connect.
THE Acton, a Stanmore and the Woburn they are practically the same; The big difference between them is their size and hence their power. 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