While petrolheads may argue that there is no replacement for displacement, I do strongly consider that, in the vast audiomaker industry, there is no replacement for experience and quality. Still, wouldn’t it be great to have an audio device which provides crystal clear sound, gives out a high number of decibels and above all, it can fit in your pocket? With a dedicated music button and two very loud front speakers, Marshall London might just be the loudest mobile phone available on the market today.
Taking in consideration all 53 years of audio manufacturing experience of Marshall audio, this one should find its place in the hall of fame. What does Marshall London has to offer besides some loud as hell speakers? For once, it gives a stereo multimedia experience. It comes equipped with two 3.5mm gold plates audio jacks each featuring their own volume control. Volume levels are set using gold-colored metallic scroll wheels placed on each side of the phone. A 2500 mAh Li-Ion removable battery powers the phone while a 16GB mass storage is ready to take on music files. A microSD expansion slot is also available.
Don’t think for one second that Marshall London is just loud; in fact, given the whole bunch of audio engineering stored under the case, the quality of the sound is definitely above any other smartphone out there. A Cirrus Logic WM8281 Audio Hub allows sound to be processed by dedicated hardware, making even the best quality MP3 to sound great; furthermore, given its hardware codec, Marshall London is able to decode FLAC files, thus providing the option of playing uncompressed, lossless music. With Marshall London, you can either use its dual speakers (did we mention how insanely loud they are?) or the branded headphones which will immerse your ears in even better quality sound.