Marshall Stanmore II Voice Wireless Speaker System with Amazon Alexa

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Marshall Stanmore II Voice Wireless Speaker System with Amazon Alexa
Key Features
  • Up to 80W of Total Power
  • Amazon Alexa Built-In
  • Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Spotify Connect
  • 1x 5.25" Woofer, 2x 0.75" Tweeters
Enjoy wireless connectivity and Alexa support with the Marshall Stanmore II Voice Wireless Speaker System. It outputs up to 80W of total power using its 5.25" woofer and two 0.75" tweeters. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Spotify Connect technologies allow you to pair and wirelessly stream music from your compatible devices, such as smartphones or tablets. The Stanmore II Voice also features an 1/8" and an RCA input for wired devices.
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Marshall Stanmore II Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Various Ways to Connect and Listen
  • 3Amazon Alexa Built-In
  • 4Marshall Voice App
  • 5Customize Your Sound
  • 6Far-Field Voice Recognition
  • 7Smart Home Control
  • 8Additional Features

Enjoy wireless connectivity and Alexa support with the Marshall Stanmore II Voice Wireless Speaker System. It outputs up to 80W of total power using its 5.25" woofer and two 0.75" tweeters. Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Spotify Connect technologies allow you to pair and wirelessly stream music from your compatible devices, such as smartphones or tablets. The Stanmore II Voice also features an 1/8" and an RCA input for wired devices.

Various Ways to Connect and Listen
Connect wirelessly to the Stanmore II Voice with Spotify Connect, Bluetooth, or the 1/8" or RCA input for access to virtually any song.
Amazon Alexa Built-In
With Alexa, you can control your music without lifting a finger. If you can't remember the name of a song, sing some lyrics and Alexa will find it. If you're looking for information on when your favorite band goes on tour, ask Alexa. Multi-room compatibility via Alexa is scheduled to be enabled via a future firmware update.
Marshall Voice App
Set up the Stanmore II Voice in just a few steps with the Marshall Voice App. Following a future firmware update, you'll also be able to customize your listening experience with built-in EQ presets and connect to other Amazon Alexa-enabled devices.
Customize Your Sound
Fine-tune your music to meet your preferences using the Marshall Voice app or the top-mounted knobs on the speaker.
Far-Field Voice Recognition
The Marshall Voice speaker uses a far-field microphone array for voice recognition and noise cancellation, allowing Alexa to hear you even when the music is turned up or if you're across the room.
Smart Home Control
With the Stanmore II Voice, you can use Alexa to control compatible devices such as TVs, lights, locks, thermostats, and more.
Additional Features
  • Top-panel controls include bass, treble, and volume control knobs, a mic mute/unmute button, a play/pause button, and a source button
  • Bass reflex design with rear-facing port
  • 101 dB SPL @ 1 m
  • Connects to Wi-Fi with any WPA, with diversity

Marshall Stanmore II Specs

Smart Specs
Virtual Assistant
Works with Alexa
Speaker System
Power Output
80 W
Amplifiers
3 x Class-D
Drivers
1 x 5.25" / 133.35 mm Woofer
2 x 0.75" / 19.05 mm Tweeters
Frequency Response
50 Hz to 20 kHz
Microphones
Number of Microphones
2
Microphone Mute
Yes
Connectivity
Audio
1 x RCA Input
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm Input
Ethernet
No
USB
No
Wi-Fi Standards
Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
Wi-Fi Bands
2.4 GHz, 5 GHz
Power
AC Input Power
100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Physical
Dimensions (W x H x D)
13.78 x 7.68 x 7.28" / 350 x 195 x 185 mm
Weight
10.47 lb / 4.75 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight
14.795 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
17.3 x 11.9 x 11.2"

Marshall Stanmore II Reviews

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bluetooth version

bluetooth version
Asked by: ferdy
Marshall Stanmore II has Bluetooth version 5.0
Answered by: Rafael
Date published: 2020-06-10

how this speaker compares to Klipsch R-41PM?

how this speaker compares to Klipsch R-41PM?
Asked by: Tobias
The Klipsch R-41PM are powered bookshelf speakers. They allow for much better stereo separation, but the Marshall Stanmore II has WiFi, Alexa, and Bluetooth.
Answered by: Stephen
Date published: 2020-02-24

what’s the different between this one and ...

what’s the different between this one and stanmore ii bluetooth only?, how is this could be cheaper when this one also had a wifi ?
Asked by: ferdy
Functionally the only difference is the Bluetooth only vs the the Wifi. There is normally about a $50 difference between the Bluetooth only model and the Wifi model.
Answered by: Bennie
Date published: 2020-06-15

this unit have a wifi connection?

this unit have a wifi connection?
Asked by: ferdy
Yes.
Answered by: Bennie
Date published: 2020-06-15

I just got my speaker yesterday. Why my Stanmore2 ...

I just got my speaker yesterday. Why my Stanmore2 frequently lost connection to Marshall voice app and Alexa. The pairing really takes a long time? Anyone has the same issue and find a solution?
Asked by: Yuqing
You might be having issues with the WiFi connection. I would recommend to ensure you're signal is strong where you have your speaker placed.
Answered by: Bennie
Date published: 2020-07-06

Anyone know how this speaker compares to Yamaha ...

Anyone know how this speaker compares to Yamaha MusicCast 50?
Asked by: Johnny
It compares very well sonically. The Yamaha system has a bit more low end and also offers MusicCast wireless multi-room setup. Stream and control multiple rooms with the MusicCast app for iOS and Android.So this would pair up beatifully with a Yamaha receiver or a Yamha MusicCast soundbar.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2019-11-29
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