Marshall Uxbridge Voice Overview:
Marshall Uxbridge Voice has a grille at the front and a logo in the middle. An eggshell-finish black/white frame it with some golden metallic accents. Additionally, to tell you what mode you are in, there are four LEDs on the bottom front. And there is volume, bass, treble, play/pause/skip, and mute/unmute button all at the top, and a Bluetooth pair switch at its rear.
Being 1.39kg and measuring 128 x 168 x 123mm, you expect the Marshall Uxbridge Alexa Voice to be portable. However, no battery powers it, so the audio device needs to be plugged into the socket until the music is playing. And there is no IP rating for water or dust protection.
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It is a woofer and a tweeter under the hood that fuel the audio for Uxbridge Voice. There is no mention of their size; however, we do know that the Class D amplifier at 30W RMS power is dedicated to both the woofer and tweeter. The speaker also has a dual microphone array for voice commands and calls.
Features and Connectivity
As the name suggests, this speaker from Marshall has Alexa built into it. To power the voice assistant from Amazon, Uxbridge has WiFi support (both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz). And using Bluetooth 4.2, you can connect it to your phone or any device.
The device can be customized with the Marshall Voice App, and there is Amazon’s Alexa App for the voice assistant’s configuration. Furthermore, Uxbridge Voice also comes equipped with Spotify Connect and AirPlay 2. But we do not see any way to connect it using wired alternatives.
Marshall Uxbridge Voice Price in Nepal
|Marshall Speakers||Price in Nepal|
|Uxbridge Voice||NPR 34,900|
Marshall Uxbridge Voice Specifications Compare
|Speaker Type||Home Speaker|
Class D Amplifier (Woofer & Tweeter): 1x 30W
|Frequency Response||54Hz - 20kHz|
|Companion App||Marshall Voice App, Amazon Alexa App|
|Features||WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac , Amazon Alexa, Spotify Connect, Airplay 2,|