Compact yet packing plenty of audio punch, the Marshall Stanmore speaker wirelessly powers the music on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with Marshall's heritage of big stage performance. Stanmore's classic design is a throwback to the golden days of rock and roll, featuring analog interaction knobs that give you custom control of your music. Its vintage-looking front fret, brass details, and iconic script logo make the Stanmore right at home with the rest of your Marshall collection. Connect it wirelessly via Bluetooth, use the RCA input to plug in your record player, or simply connect your iOS device to the 3.5 mm auxiliary port using the included coil cord. Stanmore is even compatible with Apple TV and other devices that have an optical output.
- Multiple connection sources, including Bluetooth wireless, 3.5 mm auxiliary, RCA connector, or optical mini-jack
- Compact size that's a perfect fit for small spaces you need to fill with big sound
- Classic Marshall aesthetic with script logo, black vinyl casing, and vintage-inspired fret grille cloth
- Advanced components deliver an accurate response throughout the frequency range for no-compromise audio
- PowerSaver and Standard standby modes help minimize environmental impact when not actively in use
Did you notice?For maximum flexibility, you can connect via Bluetooth, 3.5 mm analog, RCA connector, or optical mini-jack.
Apple Recommends ForA compact stereo speaker that delivers a surprisingly big sound for the music on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod.
What's in the Box?
- Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker
- Frequency Response: 45-22,000 Hz
- Input Type: 3.5mm Stereo Jack
- Other Features: Bluetooth
- Connections: Bluetooth
- Drivers: Custom made 40 mm dynamic driver
- Power Source: AC
- Height: 18.5 cm/7.3 in.
- Width: 18.5 cm/7.3 in.
- Weight: 5.1 kg
- Length: 35 cm/13.8 in.
- Mfr. Part Number: 04090107
- UPC or EAN No.: 7340055301077
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- Warranty: One-year limited
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Ratings & Reviews
Big, bright room-filling sound from a box that's smaller than a breadbox.
I love my Bose SoundLink, so when I saw this Marshall Stanmore at the Apple Store it was indeed an impulse buy. But once I brought I love my Bose SoundLink, so when I saw this Marshall Stanmore at the Apple Store it was indeed an impulse buy. But once I brought the unit home, I was so glad I caved-in to my impulse. The Stanmore sounds so much better at home than in the store.
The Stanmore paired easily with my iPad and iPhone (5). Never in the evening did I experience a drop in Bluetooth reception.
The unit does not have an internal battery, so that helps to define its use. It's powered by standard household current with an internal power supply; no external transformer cords to mess with. I love the volume and tone control knobs on the top, as I often like to tweak the sound quality. I know I can go into my Apple iOS settings, but adjusting the knobs is so easy and immediate (and retro).
We have nice in-wall speakers, but this little box filled the entire room with rich sound. Last night was mostly acoustic Diana Krall; at no time did I feel the Marshall was a compromise to my component system with this musical genre. I tried my classic test: Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers' "Moanin' "; oh my god, I could just feel the spittle from the sax mouthpiece flying across the room. The clarity and response makes this little Marshall black box paired with my iPhone my new favorite sound system.
True confessions - I did test a classic pedal bass response from Tracy Chapman's "Mountain O' Things", and that's where the Marshall can't resolve the ultra bass response like my component sub-woofer; I didn't expect it to. The bass it did render though was rich and deep; you could feel the air puffing out the back woofer port. Like the SoundLink, I got better sound when I let the music bounce off the back wall.
I still like my Bose SoundLink for it's portability and big power from a little box, but I've found my new front-porch, back-deck and man-cave musical companion with the Marshall Stanmore.
And oh, it looks cool too; nothing cheap about the look and feel here. …
- Written by Steven M from North Easton
180 of 196 people found this useful
Worth every penny. Phenomenal design and sound. The volume is loud enough to fill the whole house. I couldn't turn it to the max Worth every penny. Phenomenal design and sound. The volume is loud enough to fill the whole house. I couldn't turn it to the max with out suffering permanent hearing damage. …
- Written by carlos O from PRUNEDALE
100 of 112 people found this useful
Most definitely the best sounding Bluetooth speaker I have ever heard!! It's absolutely incredible. And then from an aesthetics p Most definitely the best sounding Bluetooth speaker I have ever heard!! It's absolutely incredible. And then from an aesthetics perspective ... This thing just took my apartment to a whole new level, it's beautiful. …
- Written by Daniel Y from NEW YORK
97 of 106 people found this useful
Sounded nice for the few months it worked
The Bluetooth was never very good. It would only connect to an iPhone or iPad about ten percent of the time, and then if the devic The Bluetooth was never very good. It would only connect to an iPhone or iPad about ten percent of the time, and then if the device got more than about ten feet away, the connection cut in and out.
Eventually I gave up on Bluetooth and just used it with an audio cable.
Finally it just died. No lights, no sound.
It was under warranty, and I appreciated that the local Apple store was willing to allow me to return it.
We got a Bose SoundLink II to replace it. So far the Bose works great - pairs quickly, sounds good, and I can carry my iPhone or iPad all over the house and the connection holds. …
- Written by Steve L from St Peters
1 of 2 people found this useful
Looks and Sounds Great...but it stops there
I had this for less than 4 months and really only use it when I have guests around. The sound is nice and looks great. Unfortuna I had this for less than 4 months and really only use it when I have guests around. The sound is nice and looks great. Unfortunately the bluetooth is spotty at best. You can have the blue tooth sound source right next to it and it'll still cut out after a 15-20 minutes. I thought i could still live it with and connect a sound source via the input...good thought until this past weekend when that too would cut out the sound. It would eventually come back on but only to cut out again. Makes no sense. For $400 you'd think the quality would be better. It's really sad . …
- Written by Keith S from St Pauls
2 of 2 people found this useful
Looks good but bluetooth is terrible.
I love the look of the speaker and the sound quality but the bluetooth connectivity is terrible. I've tried it with a few differen I love the look of the speaker and the sound quality but the bluetooth connectivity is terrible. I've tried it with a few different macbooks and iphones and it failed with all of them. The bluetooth loses connectivity or it becomes choppy for no reason.
If you are looking for a wireless connection from your idevices to the speaker do not buy this marshall. I wish I could return it but i've gone past the 2 weeks return window.
In short if you want to use the bluetooth to connect to this speaker don't buy it. …
- Written by paul L from new york
1 of 1 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Is it compatible with ios8?
- Asked by Chairin N from Bangkok
- Oct 3, 2014
Yes, I just purchase the stanmore and it works flawlessly with my iphone 6 plus
- Answered by Diego A from Doral
- Oct 24, 2014
I really want to buy this system, but there seems to be a lot of issues with the bluetooth staying connected. Is that being improved?
- Asked by Seth T from Renton
- Oct 5, 2014
Bluetooth connectivity between this speaker and my iPhone 5s has been rock solid for many months and Bluetooth connectivity between this speaker and my iPhone 5s has been rock solid for many months and with no drop outs. …
- Answered by Michael H from Coeur D Alene
- Dec 27, 2014