Marshall Stanmore II Google Assistant Voice Wireless Speaker System
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|Power Output||80 W|
|Amplifiers||3 x Class-D|
|Drivers||1 x 5.25" / 133.35 mm Woofer
2 x 0.75" / 19.05 mm Tweeters
|Frequency Response||50 Hz to 20 kHz|
|Virtual Assistant Support||Google Assistant|
|AC Input Power||100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz|
|Weight||10.69 lb / 4.85 kg|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||13.78 x 7.68 x 7.28" / 350 x 195 x 185 mm|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||17.1 x 11.8 x 11.2"|
|Package Weight||15.205 lb|
|Number of Microphones||2|
|Wi-Fi Standards||Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)|
|Audio||1 x RCA Input
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Input
|Wi-Fi Bands||2.4 GHz, 5 GHz|
Marshall's Stanmore II Voice smart speaker improves upon the already-solid audio of the Stanmore II Bluetooth while adding your choice of Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant voice control to the mix.
Powerful audio performance with rich bass depth and crisp highs., Handsome design., Mics pick voice up easily from long distances., Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant models available.
Unattractive back panel., No audio cables included for inputs.
So I have to admit that I’ve always wanted a Marshall JCM800 with a nice 1960AV Half Stack under it. I’ve just never been able to buy one. So when the company reached out to ask if I’d like to take the Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth speaker for a spin.
Top notch design and look, Awesome materials and construction, Easy to setup and use, Powerful sound for the size, Helpful app with nice control
Might be pricey for some
“Marshall’s Stanmore II Voice expertly blends ear-splitting volume with Alexa smarts.”
You are no longer stuck with a few Google-branded speaker options if you want to invite Assistant into your home. There are speakers from JBL, Sony, and many others—including Marshall.
AudioPowerful, crisp sound with above average bass for a smart speaker. Manual adjustments with knobs., DesignLooks like a Marshall amp, and the adjustment knobs on the top are fantastic., InputSupports WiFi, Bluetooth, aux, and RCA.
Audio againThe audio is good, but not as good as the Home Max., Design againThe back of the speaker is pretty ugly., Price$400 is a lot to pay for a smart speaker, no matter how good it looks. The Home Max is also the same price.
A good speaker with classic styling, but quite expensive given it sound quality
Makes guitars sound great, Alexa built-in, loud
Expensive, not the best in its price range, Expensive, not the best in its price range
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: No, you can still link to Bluetooth if you wish. We’re a separate division from Marshall Amps, so most of our chats are for our Bluetooth/Multi-Room/Voice speakers, and headphones.
The Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth speaker delivers strong audio, but its price feels a bit high for the overall experience it delivers.
Solid audio performance with rich bass depth and crisp highs., In-App EQ., Bass and Treble knobs for fine-tuning audio., Attractive overall design.
Slightly overpriced., Can distort at top volumes., Unsightly back panel., No audio cables included for inputs.
A well-designed, well-made, well-balanced smart speaker that has the power to really thrill with the volume turned up.
Big, meaty sound, Excellent bass performance, Great build quality, Iconic design, Decent connectivity
App is a bit basic, Doesn’t support AirPlay
A great speaker with great sound, especially the bass and the way it fills the entire space. Bought two Stanmore to use as a stereo. Only downside is sometimes there’s weak Bluetooth connection causing some lagging. Had to turn off all surrounding interruptions to minimize it.
This is the best Bluetooth speaker I’ve ever heard. Deep bass, accurate highs and full sound. The Alexa controls are a nice touch for ease of use. Crank it up high and hear for yourself!
Great sound especially the bass and fills up the entire apartment nicely! Bought two Stanmore to use as a stereo. Only downside is weakness in Bluetooth causing some lagging when using two vs one speaker. Have to turn off all surrounding interruptions to minimize.
I feel the sound quality is outstanding. It is well built and has the look and feel of quality.
So far everything about the speaker is working phenomenally. Looks great and sounds great. No issue connecting the bluetooth directly (although the app isn't as good as it should be). If you don't too much about using the app, it is definitely a great speaker.
The technology is cutting edge and the set up is simple.
I was floored by how cool it is to have Alexa in stereo! Her voice sounds even more amazing coming from the Stanmore II. I purchased two because I had a feeling I was going to be satisfied. My gut was right. I was more than satisfied.
Finally bought this to buildup my multiform system. I am a "low tech" guy and was not sure if I could manage. But it turn out to be easy, and sound great! But the most satisfying part is how it looks and feels. It feels high quality and very high attention to details.
I thought the KILBURN was good, this thing is AMAZING!
- Up to 80W of Total Power
- Google Assistant Built-In
- Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Chromecast built-in
- 1x 5.25" Woofer, 2x 0.75" Tweeters
- Volume, Bass, Treble Control Knobs
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- Marshall Stanmore II Google Assistant Voice Wireless Speaker System
- Power Cord
- Limited 1-Year Warranty