Sun. May 22nd, 2022

If Nigel Tuffnel of Spinal Tap’s Marshall amp goes all the way to 11, then we’ll have to assume that the new Marshall Willen, the company’s latest and smallest Bluetooth speaker, goes all the way to at least 0.11 .

Although it measures just 101.6 x 100.5 x 40.4mm and weighs 0.31kg, Marshall promises the Willen will deliver the company’s signature “heavy” sound via three presets, with a built-in two-inch full-range speaker and two passive radiators for “solid instrument separation”. – something that is not given in such a small speaker.

IP67 dust and water resistant, you’ll get approximately 15 hours of playtime from a single charge of the Bluetooth 5.1 Willen, which can fully charge in three hours and squeeze three hours of playtime out of a 20-minute charge , if you’re short on time.

The Marshall Willen, the company's smallest Bluetooth speaker

(Image credit: Marshall)

Built-in microphones let you take and reject calls from a connected mobile device, while a “Stack Mode” feature lets you chain multiple Willen speakers together for multi-speaker sound. Marshall doesn’t mention whether the feature extends to support for its older speakers, which are some of the best wireless speakers you can buy.

Small size, big market

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