|商品尺寸||17.78 x 15.24 x 6.99 cm; 1.38 公斤|
|包装清单||1 x Stockwell II Portable Stereo Loudspeaker; 1 x USB-C cable; 1 x Quick Start Guide;; 1 x Legal and Safety Information|
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Marshall 马歇尔 Stockwell II 便携式蓝牙扬声器——黑色（英国）
The heavy sound of Marshall has been carried over the world for half a century.
Fifty years on tour with the most prominent and untamed musicians builds experience for what really works. This unparalleled amount of wisdom has been distilled and fused into every part of Marshall Headphones.
Nothing has been compromised when expanding the Marshall heritage of big stage performance to the individual enjoyment of good music.
Marshall - Stockwell II Portable Speaker - Black
Built for life on the road, this compact portable speaker offers 20+ hours of playtime. Weighing only 1.4 kg, Stockwell II packs a solid punch despite its pint-sized frame. Utilising Blumlein Stereo Sound construction, this speaker provides a multi-directional experience that will immerse you in your music, indoors or out.
Three class D amplifiers power its subwoofer and front/rear facing tweeters, for a sound that’s brilliantly powerful and clear. In addition, Bluetooth 5.0 technology allows you to connect to a variety of wireless devices with a range of 30ft.
20+ Hours of Portable Playtime
Stockwell II offers 20+ hours of portable playtime on a single charge. Its pint-sized frame and guitar inspired carry strap make it perfect to take with you. You can track the speaker’s battery life with the visual battery indicator located on the top panel of the speaker.
Stockwell II comes equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 technology for wireless music play. Play music with any Bluetooth device at a range of up to 30 feet away from the speaker.
Stockwell II utilises Blumlein Stereo Sound construction for a multi-directional experience that will immerse you in your music, indoors or out. Three class D amplifiers power its subwoofer, front and rear facing tweeters for a sound that’s brilliantly powerful and clear. The cabinet is constructed with a bass reflex system that improves bass efficiency and extends the frequency response while lowering distortion.
Stockwell II features multi-host functionality so you can easily connect and switch between two Bluetooth devices. Now you and a friend can take turns playing what you want to hear.
IPX2 Water Resistant Design
Stockwell II has an IPX4 water-resistant rating, so it’s able to withstand splashes of water when the weather starts to turn. It’s the perfect speaker to take with you, even when the elements outdoors aren’t perfect.
Durable and Roadworthy Design
Stockwell II features an IPX4 water-resistant rating, making it supremely rugged and durable. It’s encased in a silicone exterior and features a solid metal grille and the iconic Marshall script. Take it with you wherever the long road leads.
Stockwell II has quick charging capabilities so you can pick up and leave at a moment’s notice. With 20 minutes you get 6 hours of portable playtime, while a fully charged battery can be reached in 5 hours.
Well, long story short, I tested this speaker against a handful of other highly-regarded Buletooth speakers in the $50-75 range, just to be sure that the Stockwell's price tag wasn't based on branding alone, and I ended up satisfied with the results. The Stockwell II isn't a perfect speaker -- it does drop off more low-end base than some speakers with "boomier" designs, and it may not get quite as loud as some others at the very top of the volume dial, but the one thing it does do well, is sound good across virtually every source & listening scenario.
Every time I thought I had found a song or sample that proved another contender could top the Stockwell II for less cash, I found there was a caveat... For example, the Archeer A320 produced better bass at low-to-mid volumes, but its midrange was muddier across the board. I realized after more research that the Archeer adds some artificial bass boost on the low-end that sounds good in some cases, but extended into the low-mid range, cluttering up some intstrumentals and giving voices a weird "overboosted aftereffect" vibe. Meanwhile, at higher volumes, the Stockwell produces enough thump to be heard, while remaining noticably tighter than the others.
Along the same lines, speakers that could get louder than the Stockwell usually ended up sounding crushed, or with a buzzy sound either from the processing or the drivers themselves, that didn't really produce a better experience than the Stockwell at max volume, which holds together pretty well, and is loud enough for an outdoor gathering of all but the most chaotic kind! (If you're trying to outdo a kids' pool party or a rowdy family barbecue, you might need more than 1 portable Bluetooth speaker in the first place!)
Anyway, I'm writing this review for people like me, who are intrigued by the Stockwell II, but have doubts about the price. I'm going to be returning or gifting the other 4 speakers I tested this against, and happily rolling with the Stockwell for the foreseeable. If you have incredible particular musical tastes, e.g. you listen to 99% EDM and hip-hop. there might be a more aggressive speaker that fits your expectations. But versus all that I threw at the speakers in my home-grown "2019 Bluetooth Speaker head-to-head," be it acoustic guitar tracks, Jazz, Rock, Metal, or podcasts and YouTube movies or music, the Marshall gave everything the most natural, i.e. "live" impression.
There may be competitor speakers that outdo the Stockwell -- I don't run an audio review site nor have the time to continue testing alternatives for weeks on end. But I came away mightly impressed with this little speaker (which, it should be noted is arguably more portable than many of the other large-ish "pro" quality BT competitors in its price range.) While I'm sure I could find an even better option at twice the price or size, I could never get the Stockwell II to sound *bad* -- more than could be said for some of the others I tried -- and it often sounded surprisingly clear.
Rarely do I make such an effort to review something online, but I didn't want all my time & effort on this little side-project to go to waste. :) Hope it helps someone else out there evaluating their options for a high-quality Bluetooth speaker to pair with a phone, tablet, or laptop, that's still easy to port around.
Class D amplifiers are not linear. That means that when you turn it up (or turn down the resistance) the Class D amp does not get louder in a straight line. It is exponential so it takes a long time of turning the volume knob before it starts to get loud, and then when it does, it gets very loud, very fast. You have to be precise when turning the volume knob and plan on treating "6" or "7" as the starting point.
In exchange for this one minor difference, you get an amplifier that is easily 90% efficient, compared to a Class A or B amplifier that is 50%-78.5% efficient - and typically closer to 50% efficiency. That means cleaner power and more power, with less distortion and more punch and power when you need it. Mostly what it means, is PURE sound quality that is crisp and clean and sounds awesome.
You can hear those amplifiers at work in this beautiful speaker. It is truly a work of art on several levels. It looks and feels outstanding. The build quality is like a German car of yesteryear folklore. The speaker just feels solid and perfectly built. It is heavy, and sturdy and interestingly, somewhat water resistant.
The engineering is very simple and clean and minimalist - all in a very beautiful look and feel.
But where it really shines is the rich, warm, powerful sound. This is one of those speakers that you look at it and listen to it and think to yourself - HOW DID THEY DO THAT? How did they get this relatively small, chunk of a speaker to look and feel so good and sound so amazing.
I would give this speaker 10 stars if I could. The battery lasts plenty long, even at loud levels (remember that 90% efficiency?) and it sounds SO, SO GOOD. Rich, warm and clear with no HISS and no noise or distortion. Run it at 10 and it sounds loud, but clear. The bass isn't the kind that rattles screws loose or makes you think your windows are going to rattle into pieces - it is the kind of bass that sounds like there is a real bass drum in your room, or a bass guitarist with a (Marshall) amp in your bedroom strumming away with the band.
Can you tell I'm a fan of this speaker. It is simply a thing of beauty.
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Bluetooth connection issue. When I connect it to my iPhone, sometimes the
Music isn’t audible until you get past #6 on the volume knob. I contacted customer service and they had me select the speaker on my phone, then select “forget this device”, then turn my phone off and reconnect the speaker to my phone. This cumbersome workaround works but I am having to do this every other time I want to use the speaker, which is annoying. Marshall is aware of the issue but no software update is available at this time. So, I will be returning the unit until they can fix this issue.
This speaker has better sound quality, it is omnidirectional so it sounds good wherever you are standing in the room. The battery lasts much longer and actually keeps it's charge. The bass and treble knobs actual make meaningful changes to the sound but are subtle enough that it never sounds bad.
The Bluetooth connect and disconnect tones are slightly annoying but easy to get used to. The speaker will auto turn off when it's not in use without making any sound (Unlike the Denon Envaya which has a loud tone when it turns off). This is perfect if you like to sleep to some music.
My 2 year old niece loves to listen to music on this, and I think it's because anything you play on it is unoffensive to your ears. It just sounds good.