Monster in Disguise
The roaring sound emitting from such a small stereo speaker will definitely make heads turn. It’s like the little brother for Marshall Stanmore but don’t let its size fool you. This little Marshall Kilburn is not one to back down from a sound off. Perhaps, it is one of the best small sized stereo speakers in the market right now. Not to mention with the weight of only 3kg, this little menace will rock your eardrums for sure!
Rockin’ Out on the Go
The Kilburn comes with a built-in battery that lasts for the better part of the day – a true indulgence for audiophiles who are always on the go. It is Bluetooth compatible, so you can just connect to it wirelessly regardless of where you are. It is also a plus point for those who hates wires like me.
(Kil)burn em’ All
Like the other speakers in its range, Marshall is not shy to show off the beautiful audio it product emits…and it is no different with the Kilburn despite is tiny disposition. The clarity and the mids are almost perfect – a contender that surely be the last one standing in a ring against all other speakers of its size. It’s an amazing feat for Marshall to provide users with massive quality in such a small package. Say goodbye to distortions because the Kilburn really amazes me when I pumped it up all the way. As a heavy music enthusiast, this little monster will make your head banging for more!
Its classic finish together with that signature chrome logo and that leather strap makes the Kilburn an eye candy. It sounds as sweet as it looks.
Fine Tuning Made Easy
The analogue knobs allow you to adjust the volume, bass and treble to suit your personal music preference.
It can be connected through Bluetooth. It also has an earphone jack to connect to your mobile for better streaming experience.
Dimensions: 242 x 140 x 140mm
Type: Class D Amplifier 2X5W+1X15W5W
Crossover frequency: 4200Hz
Connectivity: Bluetooth Standard V4.0
Input: 3.5mm (1x)
Woofer Size: 4 Inches (1x)
Tweeter Size: 3/4” Dome Tweeters (2x)
Metallica – Master of Puppets (S&M 1999)
Mike Love – Permanent Holiday
Flume – Sleepless
Duan & Only – Gold & Honey
John Mayer – Slow Dancing In A Burning Room
Verdict: Pint size speakers that packs a punch. What more could you possibly want?
Total Score: 8.8
Byline: By Syafiq