Marshall Stanmore Wireless Speaker

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Marshall has built quite a name for themselves over the last 50 plus years building amplifiers. In recent years, the brand has opened up their product offerings to include not only headphones, but also home speaker systems like the Marshall Stanmore Speaker.

Sporting the same iconic look of the amps we all know and love, the British brand has packed a ton of modern technology into this portable speaker to ensure top notch sound quality including Bluetooth wireless technology, two 3/4 inch dome tweeters, and a five and a quarter inch woofer for solid bass. The Stanmore also features both an optical and RCA input, which means it can play music from nearly any device ranging from a vinyl record player or smartphone, all the way to the popular Apple TV. Of course, quality comes at a price. You can expect to pay $400 for the black version, and $500 for the white. [Purchase]

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