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Marshall Kilburn II Bluetooth Portable Speaker Description
It connects to your device via Bluetooth 5.0, enabling you to wirelessly play music through its woofers and two tweeters for a total output of up to 36W.
It is designed with multi-host functionality, allowing two users to take turns playing their music.
It features a water-resistant design rated at IPX2, and corner caps help enhance its durability.
The internal battery lasts for up to 20 hours per charge and can be recharged in approximately 2.5 hours.
[20 Hours of Portable Playtime]
The Kilburn II weighs just 5.5 lb and offers up to 20 hours of playtime on a single charge. Its compact size and guitar-inspired carrying strap make it well suited to take with you. You can track the speaker's battery life with the indicator on the to panel of the speaker.
Constructed with Blumlein stereo theories in mind, the Kilburn II is designed to produce immersive multi-directional sound, indoors or out, with its 36W output.
[Bluetooth 5.0 aptX]
Bluetooth 5.0 technology with aptX compatibility provide wireless music playback from within 30'.
[Designed for Durability]
The Kilburn II features flush-mounted corner caps and IPX2 water-resistant construction.
With multi-host functionality, you can connect and switch between two Bluetooth devices.
[Customize Your Sound]
The top panel of the Kilburn II features analog control knobs for bass, treble, and volume, allowing you to fine-tune it to the sound you want.
The Kilburn II ha quick charging capabilities, so you can pick up and leave at a moment's notice. 20 minutes of charging gets you three hours of portable playtime, while a full charge can be reached in just 2.5 hours.
Shipping Weight: 6.30kg
- Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Connectivity
- 1x Woofer, 2x Tweeters
- Up to 36W Total Output
- IPX2 Water-Resistant Rating
- Up to 20 Hours of Battery Life
- 2.5-Hour Battery Charge Time