|商品尺寸||35 x 19.51 x 18.49 cm; 4.65 公斤|
|包装清单||Stanmore II Bluetooth Speaker, Power Cord, Quick Start Guide, Legal and Safety Information|
Marshall 马歇尔 Stanmore II 蓝牙扬声器，棕色
- 经典 Marshall 造型，模拟旋钮，蓝牙连接，RCA 和 3.5 毫米输入
- 长度：5.5 英寸/14 厘米
- 高度：2.75 英寸/7 厘米
Stanmore II Bluetooth Speaker
Larger Than Life Sound
Stanmore II is the most versatile speaker in the Marshall line-up and is perfect for any room,
big or small. Built with advanced components, it produces clean and precise audio, even
at the highest levels.
Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX technology provides lossless wireless sound at a range of up to 30 feet while maintaining connectivity. Use your Bluetooth enabled smartphone, tablet or computer to stream music directly to your speaker with no wires required.
Fine-tune your music to meet your requirements. Just use the Marshall Bluetooth app or the analogue controls on your speaker’s top panel to perfect your sound according to the room you’re in.
|Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth Speaker||Marshall Woburn II Bluetooth Speaker||Marshall Kilburn II Portable Bluetooth Speaker|
|Bluetooth||5.0 aptX technology||5.0 aptX technology||5.0 aptX technology|
|Marshall Bluetooth App||✓||✓||✓|
|Dimensions||13.78 x 7.68 x 7.28 In||15.75 x 12.20 x 7.87 In||9.57 x 6.42 x 5.51 In|
|Amplification||1 - 50 Watt Class D woofer, and 2 - 15 Watt Class D tweeters||2 - 50 Watt Class D amp woofer, and 2 15 Watt Class D tweeters||1 - 20 Watt Class D amp woofer and 2 - 8 Watt Class D amps tweeters|
|Power||Plug In||Plug In||20+ hours with rechargeable battery|
The problem with the Stanmore II is the problem with all standalone Bluetooth speakers: sound quality is, at best, mediocre.
Don't kid yourself. This is no substitute for actual stereo. You will get *much* better audio from hooking up a Bluetooth adapter like the BluDento -- at less than a 1/3 of the price of the Stanmore -- to an existing stereo receiver or integrated amp. I frankly wish I had done that before blowing $$ on the Stanmore.
The Stanmore II is ultimately overpriced for what it delivers. If you're happy streaming mp3 quality audio over Spotify, then the Stanmore is probably adequate. If you're hoping to get Hi-Res audio via Tidal or Qobuz, do not bother. Note as well that the Stanmore doesn't come with AptX HD, which is disappointing for a 2019 product.
Update 4/26/19 (now it's 5 stars)
I haven't had any power issues as reported by other reviewers. I use it almost every day and the sound is as good as it was the first time. I originally gave this speaker 4 stars because of the issues I had with the wireless connection but honestly....who cares? With a speaker that sounds this good and looks so stylish it deserves 5 stars. I have other means to listen to music and I always go back to this little guy. That's the best recommendation I can give.
As I type this I'm listening "O Fortuna" from "Carmina Burana" blaring from this speaker and I don't get how be it can be labeled as "mediocre" sounding. Of course it's not stereo sound...it's not supposed to be. That's like asking a Prius to accelerate like a Ferrari and then complain it's too slow. For a stand alone small speaker, this is outstanding as long as you don't expect something that it's not. Is it expensive? Yes it is but, as usual, you get what you pay for and in this case, its quality, reliability and a great sound in a small package. Highly recommended as long as you know what you are buying.
One disappointing thing, since these don't have a battery and have to be plugged in, I expected louder sound output. When setting up, which you're required to download the app, which you can then delete after setting up, I tested a song on them. The speaker was about 15 feet away and I couldn't hear anything, despite it saying that it was 50% volume. After turning up, it seems like about 80% volume is a good volume to listen to, but that doesn't leave more space if you want them louder. It just felt like most of the sound was controlled from 60% to 100%. 59% and down, was very minimal in loudness and could barely be heard.
And about the app. It's unnecessary. They only require it to harvest your info. "Sign up for newsletters, and let them watch your usage." If you try to pair your phone to it the way you can with all the other bluetooth speakers, it will reject pairing. So just pair, set your settings, then delete it off your phone.