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Black Friday deals: Save up to 34% on wireless Marshall speakers

(Image credit: Marshall/Amazon)

The Black Friday music deals are in full flow ahead of the official sales which will kick off later this week.

And Amazon are giving music lovers the perfect excuse to crank up the volume to 11 with spectacular savings on a range of Marshall speakers.

And if you’re quick, there’s currently a flash sale on the Marshall Acton II Bluetooth speaker in black for £139.99 – that’s 36% down on its RRP of £219.99.

We’ve selected a few other brilliant deals for you from the range which you can check out below. And, if you’re after turntablesvinylinstruments or other bluetooth speakers, then we also have you covered.

Black Friday Marshall speaker deals

£299.99

Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth Speaker: £299.99 now £199
This handy speaker packs quite a punch and, thanks to aptX technology, the Stanmore II speaker boasts a range of up to 30ft and is currently available in white.

£350

Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker: £350, now £241.91
This sturdy wireless bluetooth speaker features that eye-catching Marshall logo on the front panel and is presented in a vintage style in cream. 

Marshall Stockwell II Portable Speaker:

Marshall Stockwell II Portable Speaker: £219, now £149
Looking just like one of Marshall’s famous amps, the lightweight Stockwell II is a great way for taking music with you wherever you go – especially as it has 25 hours of playing time. 

£429.99

Marshall Woburn II Bluetooth Speaker: £429.99, now £329
A splendid saving of 23% on this great looking speaker which is available in either black or white. It uses bluetooth 5.0 and has a range of up to 30ft.

Scott Munro

Scott looks after Louder’s online buyer’s guides and also scouts out the best deals for music fans from every corner of the internet. He's spent more than 25 years in newspapers and magazines and in 2014 joined our news desk, where he wrote extensively about rock, metal, prog and more. Scott has previous written for the Daily Record, Sunday Mirror, The Herald and IGN.