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Marshall Stanmore II Wireless Bluetooth Speaker - Black (UK)

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The way Stanmore II handles the sub-bass frequencies, no other smaller Bluetooth wireless speaker does. Le Bluetooth offre une portée de 10 mètres, idéal pour transporter votre smartphone, tablette ou ordinateur partout avec vous. This speaker offers a wide array of connectivity options, including built-in Google Chromecast capabilities, which we found to work seamlessly and be the best way to play HiFi tracks. The classic Marshall logo is written in gold cursive across the front of the speaker so you can’t mistake it for anything else. However, place the Stanmore II side-by-side with a classic Marshall head and you’ll notice that the finer points of their visual impact are completely different.

None of that touch-sensitive control rubbish or a sci-fi look that’s only suitable for the ultra-minimalist here. When it came to the high end I found the Stanmore did a pretty great job at avoiding harshness in the bells during the intro of “Little Wing” by Jimi Hendrix without sacrificing any of the grittiness from the guitar slides. The Willen is incredibly small -- literally palm-sized -- but Marshall says you can expect decent sound from its 2-inch driver and dual passive radiators. For instance, your music will never be interrupted when your phone dings with an alert, and WiFi will generally provide a slightly higher quality stream than Bluetooth would. The soundstage has been boosted from the previous generation and you can hear the difference, it sounds richer and even more full of depth.It even sports IP56 water/dust resistance, meaning it can shed pool splashes and rain showers without harm. Distance performance was impaired by a by a lack of high extension and high mids, though in reflective environments, as in the bathroom use case scenario, the distance performance improved. Additionally, all products made from here on out will only work with the S2 app and thus will not connect with the oldest, non-S2 compatible products. We use cookies and similar technologies to recognize your repeat visits and preferences, and analyze traffic. Marshall’s line of in-home wireless speakers has always aimed to bring powerful sound and elegant design to your bookshelf, and the third generation available now carries that just a bit further into the modern day.

The Stanmore II has a vintage feel thanks to its wooden box, textured vinyl covering, and manual control knobs; however, these days, it can also be controlled by voice commands with Google Assistant and Bluetooth connectivity. On Jay-Z and Kanye West's "No Church in the Wild," the kick drum loop receives plenty of high-mid presence, allowing its attack to remain sharp and punchy. Rather, these tracks are audio files with lossless compression, providing a fuller and richer sound.

Still, neither model will have any trouble filling your main living area with exceptional-sounding tunes. When it comes to sound, the Marshall Stanmore II produces a generally pleasant tonal balance without too many resonances or nodes (a node is a lack of frequencies in specific area, the opposite of a resonance), and it has a very pleasing low midrange. e. is it close to an edge or is it near a wall, then the app will use that information to optimise the sound accordingly.

This track doesn't distort at top volumes, and at more moderate listening levels, the drums have a healthy, robust presence in the lows—not overly boosted, but certainly powerful.The Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth wireless speaker is an excellent all-around performer, matching or exceeding the scores of much more expensive devices. Hơn hết, người dùng có thể dễ dàng kết nối, phát nhạc, điều khiển giữa hai nguồn phát nhạc không dây với loa . It looks like you could plug a ¼” plug right into it and start jamming on your Strat, but unfortunately you won’t get that functionality here.

Distortion and other artifacts can occur both because of sound processing and because of the quality of the speakers. It's not the first time Sonos users have been able to issue voice commands to their speakers -- Alexa has been available since 2017 when Sonos launched its first true smart speaker, the Sonos One. Using the aforementioned settings, the Stanmore II Bluetooth delivers powerful bass on tracks with intense sub-bass content, like The Knife's "Silent Shout. Whether the Marshall Stanmore III is the right choice for you or not will depend largely on what you need from a wireless speaker. It has a bass port on the back, but similar to other Marshall speakers, the approach here is pretty old-school.However, suppose you're throwing a house party and filling that space with many sound-absorbing humans. Its range of connectivity is also not as diverse, with Bluetooth functioning as the only option to play music wirelessly on the device. Furthermore, this speaker has an incredible battery life, a testament to this speaker's tremendous portability both within the home and on excursions out. The Sony SRS-RA3000 and the Marshall Stanmore II both received the highest marks for their connectivity prowess, vastly outperforming the lesser scorers in the metric. I can see why some people might not enjoy the classic design of this speaker, but as far as build quality goes Marshall nailed it in my opinion.

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