Marshall has been building some great wireless speakers, and the Kilburn is one of our favorites.
The Marshall Kilburn is beautifully designed to look like a guitar amp and it sounds awesome.
You can even tweak the frequency response to your preference.
For today only, the speaker is on sale at Best Buy for $149.99 — that’s $100 off the original price.
The deal ends today, October 7, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. CT.
Marshall has a history of building high-end audio equipment, thanks to its decades of experience building guitar amplifiers. In recent years, the company has been building some stellar Bluetooth speakers too — like the Marshall Kilburn.
For today only, you can get the Marshall Kilburn on sale at Best Buy for $149.99. That’s $100 off the normal price. The deal ends today, October 7, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. CT.
The speaker is classically designed to look like a Marshall guitar amplifier. On the top, there are cool knob-like controls to connect the speaker to your listening device, adjust the volume, and to tweak the frequency response so you can sculpt the overall sound to your preferences. It also has an aux port, so you can use the speaker in wired mode if you want to.
It’s a great sounding speaker with plenty of bass, a well-tuned midrange, and a good high-end response, which should make for an exciting listening experience.
The speaker is portable too, so you can take it with you around the house. The battery allows for up to 20 hours of listening, which is actually pretty impressive for a Bluetooth speaker. It connects to your listening device through Bluetooth 4.0, and you’ll get a listening range of up to 10 meters or 33 feet.
As mentioned, the speaker is currently on sale for $149.99, or $100 off the normal price. You can get it for yourself using the link below. The deal ends today, October 7, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. CT, so you may want to act fast if you’re interested.
Get the Marshall Kilburn at Best Buy for $149.99 (originally $249.99) [You save $100]
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Source:: Business Insider