Special design allows to amplify and reproduce the audio signal.
Marshall company introduced the second generation of portable speakers Killburn. The device is designed in accordance with the ideas of a British engineer Alan Blumlein, who became the founder of a stereo recording.
Special design allows to amplify and reproduce the audio signal in different directions, providing full 360-degree sound.
In addition to improved sound new column Kilburn Marshall II received an updated look. The front side is covered with a metal grate that is typically used in microphones, and migration serves as a guitar strap. The coverage of the case made in the style of the vinyl surface of the famous Marshall amps. Reinforced corners acoustic systems as well as protection IPX2 standards allow you to use the column on the street.
Marshall Kilburn II weighs 2.5 pounds, which makes it easy to transport. Built-in battery lasts for 20 hours of music playback. The battery level can be checked via the indicator lights on the housing.