What do you get when you cross Bluetooth with oxblood? Marshall's Acton Special Edition Oxblood speaker, of course. (Not "purple oxtooth." That doesn't even make sense.)
The deep, rich red hue of its vinyl encasement imparts a versatile vintage style not usually found in portable wireless speakers.
Like the Black and Cream editions, this one's $249, sports Marshall's iconic analog knobs and brass faceplate and that signature script logo on the front. But unlike those neutral-toned models, only 300 of the Oxblood will be produced.
Beyond its possible collector's edition status, it's got it where it counts in the sound department. Dial up the bass and treble as much as you want. This small but mighty beast cranks out over 40 watts of high fidelity audio goodness, whether connected wirelessly to your mobile device or any audio device through the classic coiled cable that's included.
And hey, in case this speaker inspires you to stock up on other Marshall gear, they also happen to make headphones, mobile phones and mini fridges. Cause you can really never have too much music paraphernalia. Long live rock 'n' roll!