Say hello to Marshall's smallest ever portable speaker: the Emberton - on sale now

The brand new Marshall Emberton
The brand new Marshall Emberton (Image credit: Marshall)

Marshall have a staggering array of top quality speakers and are always innovating, as was recently seen when they launched their popular Stockwell II portable wireless speaker in an eye-catching black and brass variation (opens in new tab).

The audio giant never sits still for long – and today they’ve introduced something special on to the market: The Emberton – Marshall’s smallest ever portable speaker.

But despite its diminutive stature, don’t be fooled into thinking the sound will be equally as tiny. The Emberton packs quite a punch by utilising Marshall’s True Stereophonic – a multi-directional sound which delivers 360° audio.

The Emberton also boasts IPX7 water-resistance, offers more than 20 hours of portable playtime, comes with 5.0 Bluetooth tech and can hook up to any Bluetooth device within a 30ft range.

Marshall’s Emberton is on sale night now from Marshall’s official website for £129.99 (opens in new tab).



And don’t forget, Marshall are currently offering a cracking deal up until July 12 on 14 hand-picked speakers in their range, including their Uxbridge Voice with Alexa, the Acton Multi-Room and the ultra portable Kilburn II.

If you buy one of the speakers now, you can get a pair of Marshall’s Major III bluetooth headphones in black when you purchase one of the selected models (opens in new tab)… completely free – while stocks last.

Scott Munro
Louder e-commerce editor

Scott has spent more than 30 years in newspapers and magazines as an editor, production editor, sub-editor, designer, writer and reviewer. After initially joining our news desk in the summer of 2014, he moved to the e-commerce team full-time in 2020. He maintains Louder’s buyer’s guides, scouts out the best deals for music fans and reviews headphones, speakers, books and more. He's written more than 11,000 articles across Louder, Classic Rock, Metal Hammer and Prog and has previous written for publications including IGN, the Sunday Mirror, Daily Record and The Herald covering everything from daily news and weekly features, to video games, travel and whisky. Scott grew up listening to rock and prog, cutting his teeth on bands such as Marillion and Magnum before his focus shifted to alternative and post-punk in the late 80s. His favourite bands are Fields Of The Nephilim, The Cure, New Model Army, All About Eve, The Mission, Ned's Atomic Dustbin and Drab Majesty, but he also still has a deep love of Rush.