The Marshall Acton is a compact active stereo speaker that has that classic 1960's look, all the while sporting modern features and technologies such as Bluetooth connectivity and Hi-Fi performance. Design-wise, the Acton comes with a shiny front grill (with the timeless Marshall logo) and is wrapped in perhaps what's faux leather, and is available in black and cream. It measures at 265 x 160 x 150mm and weighs 3 kg.
Expanding on the innards, the Acton carries a 4-inch woofer, three Class D amplifiers (1xw25w, 2x8w), and two 3/4-inch tweeters. Frequency range is at 50Hz to 20kHz, which is awesome to say the least. There's also three control knobs for bass, midrange, and treble, allowing you for fine tuning of your music.
The Marshall Woburn, the larger of the two, meanwhile features bigger equipment, namely two 5 1/4-inch woofers, two 1-inch tweeters with Ferrofluid cooling, three Class D amplifiers (2x20w, 1x50w), and can deliver a frequency range of 35Hz to 22KHz. Essentially, the Woburn is a bigger and better Acton, weighing in at 8 kg and measuring at 400 x 308 x 200mm. It also comes in black and cream faux leather.
Also introduced during the event were the Marshall Mode and Mode EQ in-ear headphones. These feature customized drivers that produce high definition sound, paired with a unique in-ear design to deliver maximum comfort. The main difference between the Mode and the Mode EQ is that the EQ comes with a two-step switch that allows you to customize the audio you're hearing: EQ1
The Marshall Acton and Woburn are now available for P15,950 and P28,500 respectively and are available at most major resellers such as Astroplus, Astrovision, Beyond the Box, iStore, Digital Hub, and Digital Walker.