”A rock icon in speaker form that doesn’t break a sweat at high volumes.” ’Trusted Reviews’
Mighty, Marshall sound
Featuring a mighty, 80 watt amp and dedicated woofer, the Stanmore II sounds like a Marshall speaker should. If you want deep, powerful bass and room-filling sound from your Bluetooth speaker, you need look no further. Stereo tweeters ensure the top-end is just as engaging as the responsive bass. Separate bass and treble controls mean you can fine-tune the sound to your exact taste.
The wireless speaker with more connections
Featuring built-in Bluetooth 5.0 aptX, the Marshall Stanmore II makes a great-sounding wireless speaker. Pair with your Bluetooth-equipped smartphone, tablet or laptop and stream your music library or favourite streaming service. With so many streaming services out there now, such as Spotify, Tidal and Apple Music, this is a great way to listen out loud. If you’d rather plug in the old-fashioned way, the Stanmore II features both 3.5mm jack and RCA phono inputs – perfect for connecting a portable and TV, CD player or turntable with built-in phono pre-amp.
Share the music
With multi-host functionality, two Bluetooth devices (such as smartphone, tablet or laptop) can be paired with the speaker. Perfect for parties or simply when you want to share music from two sources, multi-host maximises the music.
Customise the sound and more, with the Marshall Bluetooth app. As well as adjusting the sound equalisation, you can pair two speakers for true stereo sound. The app also lets you rename the speaker, adjust the LED intensity and check the guide – all from the convenience of your smartphone.
In terms of style, the Stanmore II is every bit a Marshall. From the smooth-edged vinyl casing to the retro style grille and badge, the Stanmore II is the perfect Marshall speaker in miniature. Great attention to detail continues with the sunken control panel, with rotary volume, bass and treble controls. Choose between black, brown and white for the style that suits you best.
Get distracted by the music, with the Marshall Stanmore II.