Marshall Stanmore II Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, White – NEW

September 13, 2019 - Comment

Marshall Stanmore II is the most versatile speaker in the Marshall line-up and is perfect for any room, big or small. It delivers on the promise of high-performance sound that is synonymous with the Marshall name. Stanmore II produces clean and precise audio, even at the highest levels, due to advanced components such as two

Marshall Stanmore II is the most versatile speaker in the Marshall line-up and is perfect for any room, big or small. It delivers on the promise of high-performance sound that is synonymous with the Marshall name. Stanmore II produces clean and precise audio, even at the highest levels, due to advanced components such as two 15 watt class D amplifiers powering its tweeters and a 50 watt class D amplifier to drive its mighty subwoofer. With Bluetooth 5.0 and Qualcomm aptX technology you can play your music in glorious, stereo sound with no wires required.

Product Features

  • Larger than life sound: it’s perfect for any room, big or small. Built with advanced components, it produces clean and precise Audio, even at the highest levels.
  • Wirelessly connect with Bluetooth 5.0: Bluetooth 5.0 aptX technology provides lossless wireless sound at a range of up to 30 feet while maintaining connectivity.
  • Customize your sound: use the Marshall Bluetooth app or the analogue controls on your speaker’s top panel to perfect your sound according to the room you’re in.
  • Wired connectivity: there are more ways to connect than just Bluetooth 5.0. Plug into the RCA or 3.5mm input for an analogue listening experience.
  • Multi-host functionality: This speaker features multi-host functionality so you can easily connect and switch between two Bluetooth devices.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Mediocre sound quality at best. Overpriced for what it delivers. The Stanmore II is in some ways an impressive piece of audio equipment. Pleasing retro design. Solidly built. Relatively easy to setup (though having to use the Marshall app to connect is a minor annoyance). Reliable performance once set up.The problem with the Stanmore II is the problem with all standalone Bluetooth speakers: sound quality is, at best, mediocre.Don’t kid yourself. This is no substitute for actual stereo. You will get *much* better audio from hooking up…

Anonymous says:

Great sound! If you just care about the sound, get this. It sounds awesome. I mean, how such a (relatively) small speaker can deliver this quality of sound, I have no idea. It looks great, it sounds awesome and it’s portable and easy to move around…so whats there to dislike? Well, so far, I haven’t been able to use Bluetooth with it so I have to connect to it with a cable (I know, so 20th century!). The issue is that Marshall hasn’t released PC software (so my laptop is out) and when I tried to download…

Anonymous says:

Power Failure Good sound, great appearance for the buck, BUT my unit is on the way back to Amazon, one day after delivery. After playing at various volume levels for the first two hours, the power shut off. I tried repeatedly for a restart, with no luck. It took almost as long to navigate Marshall’s unnecessarily cumbersome registration-activation procedures. Rather than risk a repeat (non)performance, I ordered a pair of Bluetooth Klich — for twice the price, alas — upon receiving Amazon’s return…

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