The Marshall Stanmore is a compact active stereo speaker that yields clean and precise sound even at high levels. Marshall Stanmore may be a compact stereo speaker, but its sound is nothing short of large. Built with advanced components that deliver an accurate response throughout the frequency range, the Marshall Stanmore speaker packs a punch without compromising the details.The sound is rich and articulate across the entire spectrum, from the deep and powerful bass, throughout the midrange and on to the highest highs. The overall effect is brilliantly reproduced music, full of energy and drive. Adjustable bass and treble dials provide you with custom control, so your music always sounds just how you like it.
Marshall Stanmore active speaker classic design is a throwback to the golden days of rock’n’roll, and its analogue interaction knobs give you custom control of your music.
Hook it up wirelessly via the latest version of Bluetooth®, featuring aptX technology®, use the RCA input to plug in your record player, or simply connect the coil cord that’s included to your phone using the 3.5mm auxiliary input.
The Marshall Stanmore speaker comes with two standby modes, powersaver and standard, to minimize your speaker’s environmental impact when not actively in use.
Classic Marshall design details
The Marshall Stanmore features a classic Marshall design, with a vintage-looking front fret, gold-coloured metal details, and that iconic script logo.
Use your Bluetooth®-enabled smartphone, tablet or computer to stream music directly to your Stanmore with no wires attached.
3.5mm input & double ended cable
Inspired by the golden days of rock’n’roll, this coiled double-ended stereo cable with two 3.5mm plugs is a modern take on the classic telephone guitar cord cable. Kink-free and extendable, it’s your music device’s connection to a world of great sound.
Some of your music knew a time before Bluetooth. That’s why the Stanmore enables you to go analogue and connect to those devices that may be collecting dust in your basement. So come on, dust off your CD player or turntable (with RIAA) and connect via the RCA input. This input can also be used with your Sonos unit.