Marshall Acton II (Bluetooth) review
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Marshall is well known for its guitar amps, but are its wireless speakers any good? The Marshall Acton II Bluetooth speaker retains the heritage retro looks the brand is known for, while Marshall promises 'larger-than-life sound' despite this being the smallest speaker in its line-up. So does the speaker sound as good as it looks? Our expert panel of music industry professionals put it to the test.
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