Marshall Stanmore Speaker Review
Wireless Bluetooth speakers are in trend now and finding good ones is quite difficult. If you are in search of excellent and classical speakers in a limited price range, Marshall Stanmore Speaker is the one for you. Marshall made its name for some excellent reasons, and now their speakers are ranked as number one among all, with all the great features, specifications and a price range that one can afford. Here is the complete Marshall Stanmore Review:
Marshall Stanmore Bluetooth speakers are highly recommended as it offers the best sound quality. You can enjoy the lowest to highest pitched music with the same crisp, details, and smoothness as you would expect from a high-end wireless speaker. It offers a sound so clear and smooth that you will never regret investing money on Marshall Stanmore wireless speakers.
Stanmore also has a Bluetooth feature that includes APTX technology and connectivity that ranges from 20-30 feet to about 10 meters. Even at a distance, the voice quality will not drop a bit, and you can listen to your music without any fuss.
POWER SAVER MODE
Apart from these amazing features, Stanmore Bluetooth speakers offer power saver mode. The power saver mode will turn your Stanmore speaker off after 20 minutes of inactivity which will save much power. To turn your speaker back on, you have to press the wake-up button. Marshall Stanmore wireless speaker also has a standard mode which works perfectly fine. You have to push play from your connected device and voila!
Marshall Stanmore wireless speaker also has an RCA input so with that you can easily connect your CD or record player and listen to your music.
THE CLASSIC DESIGN
The authentic design of the Stanmore wireless speakers is also a plus. The speaker’s design will give your countertop vintage and classic look which is oh-so-amazing. Acton’s exterior is of leather, brass fittings, and the classic Marshall logo. At the bottom, there are rubber feet to prevent the speakers from slipping and to give it a good grip anywhere you place it. The controls of the wireless speakers are of Marshall’s brass itself, which makes the speakers look even more definitive.
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The size of the Stanmore wireless Bluetooth speaker is quite small; it can easily fit anywhere in your car, your room or even if you are having a party. Also though Stanmore speakers are small yet they are not easy to carry with 5.1kg weight and no carry handle. It comes in three different colors, a black color, brown and a cream color.
In under$400.00, Marshall Stanmore is the best Bluetooth wireless speaker available in the market. You need to save up just a little bit to get the Bluetooth that will be your best friend. Hence, Marshall Stanmore wireless Bluetooth speakers are worth a try. Marshall Stanmore wireless Bluetooth speakers offer every specification a good speaker will have, from nice design to spectacular sound quality and amazing Bluetooth connectivity, they are worth a try!
Marshall Acton vs Marshall Stanmore
|Name||Marshall Acton||Marshall Stanmore|
|Colors||“Black and Cream||” Black, Brown and Cream
|Dimensions||10.45 x 6.3 x 5.9 in||13.77 x 7.28 x 7.28 inches|
|Frequency Response||50 – 20K Hz||50 – 20K Hz|
|Inputs / Outputs||3.5mm||3.5mm aux and RCA|
|Transducers||One 4-inch woofer and 2 x 3/4 inch tweeters||One woofer and two tweeters|
|Battery Charge Time||Nil||Nil|
|Signal to Noise Ratio||Nil||Nil|
|Music Play Time||Nil||Nil|
|Wired / Wireless||Has Bluetooth but is not portable||Has Bluetooth streaming capability but is not portable|
|Weight||6.6 LBS||11.25 LBS|
|Amplifiers||one 30 watts for the woofer and two 10 watts for the tweeters||One 50-watt woofer and two 15-watt tweeters|
|Additional Features||vinyl casing, treble and bass control||Nil|
|Maximum Sound Level||103 dB||100 dB|
|Warranty||3 to 5 Years||3 to 5 Years|
Build Quality and Design
Both Marshall Acton and Stanmore are well built and feature their vinyl and brass knobs signature along with retro on/off toggle switch that gives it a very vintage look and feels. The Acton is about 2 inches shorter in length and 1 inch shorter in height than the Stanmore. At 6.6 LBS, it’s also about five pounds lighter than the Stanmore.
The Stanmore is stronger and louder than the Acton because it features a 50 W subwoofer compared to the Acton’s 30 W and 15 W tweeters compared to the Acton’s 10 W tweeters. However, the maximum level of sound pressure on the Acton is slightly higher by 3 dB. The Stanmore also has RCA input while the Acton has only the 3.5 MM aux input.
Both of these speakers are immersive for rock music and sound, but they also work well with other music genres. However, they seem to lack a little in the overall wow factor in the rap genre. Also, the Stanmore tends to have a thicker signature of sound. Both of these speakers are loud enough, and you could fill up a 750 sq. Ft room at just half the maximum volume even with the smaller Acton.
Overall, with either of those iconic speakers that sound great and are sure to turn heads at home or wherever you take them, you couldn’t go wrong. Personally, if the budget weren’t a problem, I’d go with the Marshall Stanmore as I enjoy the fuller minds and like the brighter Acton’s sound better. There are also some reports of frequent drops in Bluetooth connectivity from people who bought the Acton while the Stanmore doesn’t seem to be the case.