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Marshall Voice with Google Assistant smart speaker

Since you already own a smart home and have a smartphone, why not expand the number of devices in your home that will help make living more convenient with a smart speaker? This is what the Marshall Voice with Google Assistant is all about: a smart speaker offering that will work with Google’s voice assistant in order to transform your everyday living into a far more convenient experience. There are two models in this range: the smaller Acton II Voice with the Google Assistant built-in as well as the larger Stanmore II Voice with the Google Assistant built-in, retailing for $299 and $399, respectively.

 Marshall speakers have long carried the reputation for delivering explosive sound that resonates with the power of live music. Having said that, you will find either offering from the Marshall Voice range living up to its pedigree, boasting of advanced components such as class D amplifiers, a bass reflex cabinet system and custom-tuned drivers that have been specially engineered in order to provide a balanced and dynamic response. Externally, you will find the presence of classic Marshall details including a textured vinyl covering, salt & pepper fret and the iconic script logo, ensuring that anyone who casts a glance at it from the very first time would know that this is not a speaker to be trifled with.

The Acton II Voice with the Google Assistant built-in happens to be the smaller speaker in the line-up, but do not be fooled by its relative lack of size to represent tiny sound. This is the perfect smart speaker for small spaces such as a bedroom or kitchen, where you can use it to play music, schedule reminders, control your smart home and more.

As for the larger Stanmore II Voice with the Google Assistant built-in, it is big enough to fill up the whole home, sporting a couple of 15 Watt class D amplifiers that will power its tweeters and a 50 Watt class D amplifier that ensures its subwoofer is able to deliver a rich, powerful sound. Why not merge both speakers for the ultimate multi-room listening experience?

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