Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker – Review! Shockingly great speaker?

In today’s video, Greg reviews the Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker!

Marshall is an iconic name in music with their rich history in speaker cabinets and amplifiers. The Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth Speaker is Marshall’s latest product that brings the quality of Marshall construction and sound into your living room. This Bluetooth speaker exudes the Marshall name of quality, and has the sound to boot.

From Marshall’s website:
The Stanmore is a compact active stereo speaker that yields clean and precise sound even at high levels. Stanmore’s classic design is a throwback to the golden days of rock’n’roll, and its analogue interaction knobs give you custom control of your music.

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Peter Cross says:

It doesn’t drown out conversation even on 10! For the price i was expecting it to be much louder but the quality is good.

Dudeius Mannigast says:

I own the Kilburn speaker, and it is the best portable speaker i have ever heard… Fact is i was so impressed i bought the woburn as a speaker for my kitchen… Sadly it was simple TOO loud! So had to give it away to my father, so i could have it in his cabin (and it do not have any problems of filling the cabin with sound… And more!)… Fact is… If you live in a 2 room or less apartment (not counting kitchen) i would not recommend going for the woburn! Unless you really hate your neighbours

Massimo Magliani says:

Are there any differences in audio quality between Stanmore 2 and Stanmore Multiroom? Thanks

Back Stabbath says:

I’ve owned it for a year now. It’s since become one of my favourite speakers ever. Money well spent. 10/10 would recommend.

Strauss Van Wagenen says:

Great video, I’m gonna go buy one now.

matt69savage says:

New model out with wifi.

Eric Valverde Rosado says:

men, if you wanted a very sensible eq, marshall must take more money from your pocket to throw in a vacum tube preamp

The Legend 27 says:

What’s the battery life like?

Franci Kriza says:

great video, as always! your channel has done amazing improvement! the only thing i would suggest you is to have a green screen behind you and do something like linus tech tips

dahee wang says:

I like the word he used “crispy”

Back Stabbath says:

I live in an apartment and don’t go past 5 on the volume.

bikers life says:

Still my best

Reality says:

The low difference in adjustment is to accommodate the room its in not eq the music. It controls how fast the lows build in a room. If lows are too strong you bump the treble and mids up. That way all the internet porn you watch sounds satisfyingly realistic to your neighbors.

Alex Paulsen says:

In terms of reliability, these speakers are junk. My boss has owned two so far, both of them failed in the same way, the second time was just outside of warranty. Seems to be a common problem with them, they just stop powering on. Somebody on the Marshall forums asked if they were prone to bluetooth errors and power problems, and a Marshall staff member said they have never had any major bluetooth trouble, and ended their reply there.

It’s expensive, retailing at $800 NZD, and it’s a Marshall licensed product, so you’d expect decent quality. Marshall in their infinite wisdom cover the PCB in some kind of crap to make it a lot less easy to troubleshoot and repair.

Kraaft Shaak says:

I have a question regarding presentation set up. Do you think it would be a good choice for presentation to an audience where you want to bring your own sound system?

sergio melia marti says:

Nice review…greetings from Spain…

Taylor Ryan says:

Speaker is a total piece of shit. Mine broke right after warranty ended and a MARSHALL APPROVED ELECTRONICS REPAIR place told me “Hello,

Im sorry but we do not repair those marshall speakers. We have found from experience that these tend to be unrepairable and googles easy fix on them doesn’t work. Thanks and have a nice day”… Googling around brings a lot of people with the same problem. Marshalls wont help you if not in warranty.

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