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Portable speakers aren’t one size fits all. Especially in recent years, some of today’s leading tech and audio accessory brands have proven that size doesn’t equate to power, and Marshall‘s latest release is the perfect example.
The iconic audio brand, known for its vintage-inspired amps and speakers, just released the loudest member of its portable speaker lineup, and it’s arguably one of the best speakers we’ve ever used, one that perfectly balances portability and sound quality.
The newly released Middleton portable speaker was engineered for loud sound and built exclusively for complete portability. In fact, we’d say it’s the best portable speaker for those who want powerhouse volume and quality in a small package.
It has a quad-speaker setup with drivers on all four sides to ensure you hear crisp, clear audio from all angles. The Middleton also has a rugged design built to withstand drops and bumps and an IP67 water-resistance rating, making it perfect for the beach or a pool party.
When using this speaker, you won’t have to worry about recharging it since it lasts for 20 hours on a single battery charge. Its quick-charge feature also allows for two hours of playtime in 20 minutes. It takes four and a half hours to charge this portable speaker from 0%.
The Middleton also has portable charging capabilities via USB-C and connects through Bluetooth 5.1 and the easy-to-use Marshall app. Another cool feature that sets this apart is its Stack Mode, which lets users connect to other Middleton speakers for amplified, joint sound.
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