Marshall Emberton review
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- Portable speaker
The Marshall Emberton is the smallest portable Bluetooth speaker in this iconic British brand’s range. Marshall claims it uses a unique form of multi-directional sound, which it calls True Stereophonic, so the audio can be heard evenly from all angles. But does this actually live up to the claims and, crucially, is the sound quality up to scratch? The stringent Which? lab tests supply the answers. Read on to find out if this Bluetooth speaker is a cut above the rest.
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