The Stanmore from Marshal is a compact sized speaker which does not fail to produce amazing sound. These speakers are built with advanced components that deliver accurate response throughout the frequency range. The sound is rich and articulate across the entire spectrum. You will experience deep and powerful bass throughout midrange and on to the highest of highs. The sound will drive you crazy with its overall effect.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Inspired Design
The Marshall Stanmore speaker is an example of rock ‘n’ roll days classic design. The entire look of the speaker feels sophisticated and good. The analogue interaction knobs on with a metallic finish adds to the beauty of the product. The vintage looking design of the front fret, gold-coloured metal details and the script logo are sure to grab your attention.
Customize Bass and Treble as per your Favorite Song
You can customize the sound as per your requirement with the help of the analog interaction knobs on the Stanmore speaker. Adjust the bass and treble dials so you hear the music just the way you like it.
Select Your Standby Mode
The Marshal Stanmore lets you select from either of the two standby modes, powersaver and standard. This helps you to minimize your speaker’s environmental impact when not actively in use.
Massive Frequency Range
The Stanmore speaker from Marshall offers a huge frequency response of about 45-22000 kHz. The crossover frequency range is about 2500 Hz. With the help of 2 ¾” dome tweeters and 5 1/4” woofers fitted in the speakers the sound produced is loud and bass heavy.
Hook it up Wirelessly with Bluetooth 4.0 & aptX technology®
Life is always better without wires so the bluetooth version 4.0 enabled devices works well with the Marshall Stanmore speaker. Connect to the Stanmore speaker with your smartphone, tablet or computer to stream music directly.
3.5 mm & RCA Input
3.5mm input is a popular modern day input method which connects to any device. But the Marshall Stanmore speaker lets you go to analogue and connect devices which may be rolling in dust in your basement. Now, clean all the dust from the CD player or turntable and connect via the RCA input. You can also use the cable for any Sonos unit.
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