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Technology Marshall's Uxbridge Voice takes on Amazon Echo Studio and Sonos One

17:40  26 march  2020
17:40  26 march  2020 Source:   cnet.com

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The Marshall Uxbridge Voice with Amazon Alexa, a compact smart speaker with unique guitar fret controls, is coming next month for 0. The 0-and-under smart speaker market is quite competitive right now, with models such as the the Sonos One and the Amazon Echo Studio .

Amazon and Sonos have been frenemies for a while now. Amazon allowed Alexa to live on Sonos Amazon invited Sonos to be a part of its Voice Interoperability Initiative, and then it announced a Unlike the Sonos One , you can pair one or more Echo Studio speakers with your late generation

Marshall has announced its latest smart speaker, the compact Uxbridge Voice, which will come in both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant versions for $199. The voice assistants will make it possible to set up multiroom music, control smart devices and ask questions of Alexa or Google Assistant.

Marshall © Provided by CNET Marshall a hand holding a remote control © Marshall

The Uxbridge Voice with Amazon Alexa, available from April 8, is the brand's most compact speaker. It connects via Bluetooth , AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect.

While the front of the speaker sports the usual Marshall grille, the top features a very unusual set of "guitar fret" controls that function as rocker switches. Though I haven't seen the speakers in person yet, I would have preferred the old-school gold knobs of the existing models.

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We take a look at ALL amazon ' s hardware and speakers just announced, but for this video we are focused in on the Echo Studio . The Echo Studio is a voice assistant with Alexa capability, sure, but more importantly its a high-end Sonos One vs Amazon Echo Studio : Which Should You Buy?

Amazon Echo Studio has a bigger sound and lower price than key rival Sonos One . It' s also somewhat less refined but that shouldn't stop it And if voice search gets annoying, you can always use your phone, tablet or laptop. Echo Studio is a classic Amazon product. It won't win any design

Meanwhile, the Uxbridge Voice with Google Assistant will feature built-in Chromecast and will be available starting June 11.

The $200-and-under smart speaker market is quite competitive right now, with models such as the the Sonos One and the Amazon Echo Studio. It's also a good deal smaller than most speakers in this price range as well.

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