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#417046 - 02/20/16 08:21 AM My next mini PA system?
rosetree
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A bluetooth speaker, some reviews say it outshines Bose Soundtouch 30 (soundwise identical to Sounddock 10), Sonos 5 etc.

Marshall Woburn:
90 W RMS Class D (2 x 20W, 1 x 50W)
2 x 5.25' woofers, 2 x 1' tweeters
Total weight 7.9 kg (17.4 lbs)
Frequency range 35-22,000 Hz.
Line in: RCA and mini jack

https://www.marshallheadphones.com/mh_de_en/speakers/loudest/woburn-black

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#417056 - 02/20/16 09:38 AM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: ]
Dnj Online   content
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better make sure it sounds good with a full frequency Kb going thru it...

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#417059 - 02/20/16 10:04 AM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: Dnj]
rosetree
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Originally Posted By: Dnj
better make sure it sounds good with a full frequency Kb going thru it...


Don't get distracted by the design... It just looks like a guitar speaker, it is has nothing to do with it, it doesn't even have adequate inputs for guitar. These new bluetooth Marshall speakers (Kilburn, Woburn etc.) have a massive frequency range.



Edited by rosetree (02/20/16 10:13 AM)

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#417061 - 02/20/16 10:19 AM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: rosetree
Originally Posted By: Dnj
better make sure it sounds good with a full frequency Kb going thru it...


Don't get distracted by the design... It just looks like a guitar speaker, it is has nothing to do with it, it doesn't even have adequate inputs for guitar. These new bluetooth Marshall speakers (Kilburn, Woburn etc.) have a massive frequency range.



ok good luck if you get it keep us posted.. but definitely not something I'd be interested in....

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#417067 - 02/20/16 12:26 PM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: ]
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Thanks for the info.

It's good to keep up to date with the "tools" available for performing.

Jerryghr

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#417074 - 02/20/16 01:49 PM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: ]
rosetree
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I just tested my Bose Sounddock 10 again, playing the Roland BK-7m factory demo, Sounddock 10 volume at maximum and BK-7m volume at 50 percent. I flew backwards through the apartment...
If the Marshall Woburn is really even better as some write on Amazon, it must be an incredible beast.

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#417090 - 02/20/16 10:42 PM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: ]
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SD90, Pa1000,TC Helicon Play Electric, Fender Sonoran Guitar, vArranger, Bose S1 Pros, Bose L1 Compact, Aiwa Exos-9

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#417093 - 02/21/16 12:38 AM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: ]
spalding1968 Offline
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Registered: 09/19/08
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Loc: United Kingdom
This looks like a really interesting portable amp . Too bad it's not available in the uk .

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#417095 - 02/21/16 03:20 AM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: ]
rosetree
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Yes, it's the main competitor to the big Marshalls, I read some reviews, but it's only produced for the American market, not available in Europe. (Mind that it is only branded Aiwa, but the former manufacturer Aiwa doesn't exist any more. But it is receiving very good reviews.)

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#417099 - 02/21/16 05:06 AM Re: My next mini PA system? [Re: ]
rosetree
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One of my favorite reviewers is Oluv, a private enthusiast from Vienna who compares a lot of speakers.
Here he compares the AIWA against the much smaller Klipsch KMC-3, which I own and have already recommended here.
It is a bit weaker than the AIWA, but in reference to its size it is amazingly similar.

https://youtu.be/EaFtQNoYeKg

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