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The styling of the Marshall Stanmore II speaker, like other Marshall offerings, retains the timeless design of the brand’s famous amps used by guitar legends like Jimi Hendrix back in the analog days and by today’s crop of guitar heroes in the digital era. The wooden box, textured vinyl covering, and manual control knobs reinforce that classic vibe, though of course these days the Stanmore II can be operated and adjusted through Bluetooth connectivity and voice commands via Google assistant.

Stanmore II is the midrange offering in Marshall’s wireless speaker line, with a price tag of around 350 euros that puts it into DXOMARK’s Advanced category. The brand says, “Stanmore II is the most versatile speaker in the Marshall line-up and is perfect for any room, big or small. Built with advanced components, it produces clean and precise audio, even at the highest levels.”

Our engineers put the Marshall Stanmore II through our rigorous DXOMARK Wireless Speaker test suite. In this review, we will break down how it fared at audio playback in a variety of tests and several common use cases.

Key specifications include:

  • Bluetooth 5.0 with Qualcomm aptX, 3.5 mm input, RCA input
  • Width: 350 mm (13.78 in), height: 195 mm (7.68 in), depth: 185 mm (7.28 in)
  • 4.65 kg (10.25 lbs)
  • Speakers: One 50-watt Class D amplifier for woofer, two 15-watt Class D amplifiers for the tweeters

Test conditions:

  • Tested with Motorola smartphone
  • Communication protocol used: Bluetooth via the Marshall app

About DXOMARK Wireless Speaker tests: For scoring and analysis in our wireless speaker reviews, DXOMARK engineers perform a variety of objective tests and undertake more than 20 hours of perceptual evaluation under controlled lab conditions. This article highlights the most important results of our testing. Note that we evaluate playback using only the device’s built-in hardware. (For more details about our Speaker protocol, click here.) The Marshall Stanmore II falls into the Advanced category of devices in the DXOMARK Speaker rankings.

Test summary

Marshall Stanmore II

144

speaker

With a global score of 144, the Marshall Stanmore II ranks high in our wireless home speaker database.

The Marshall Stanmore II delivered decent to very good performances across all our use cases, making it a versatile choice. Because it’s a forward-firing device, it is meant to be placed near a wall, which also neatly hides the purely functional back panel. When it comes to sound, the Marshall Stanmore II produces a generally pleasant tonal balance without too many resonances or nodes (a node is a lack of frequencies in specific area, the opposite of a resonance), and it has a very pleasing low midrange. It was among the loudest of the devices we’ve tested — a fitting result, given the brand’s history. The Stanmore II has a good dynamic performance in most use cases, with good impact, attack, and bass precision.

As for drawbacks, the Marshall Stanmore II is lacking in high mids, high-end extension, low-end extension, and a bit of 70 Hz (in the low bass range) that impacted bass punch.

The high midrange tends to get very aggressive at loud volumes, and dynamic performance at very loud and max volumes isn’t very good, as the device loses bass precision, and distortion is also an issue at those high volumes. The Stanmore II struggles some with localizability because the sonic image is a bit blurry, the wideness is narrow, and distance performance is affected by the lack of high-end extension and high mids. Peak clipping appears on kick drum hits at all volumes.

Sub-scores explained

The DXOMARK Speaker overall score of 144 for the Marshall Stanmore II is derived from a range of sub-scores. In this section, we will take a closer look at these audio quality sub-scores and explain what they mean for the user, and we will show some comparison data from two of the device’s competitors, the Google Home Max and the Denon Home 250.

Playback attribute comparisons

Timbre

152

Bowers & Wilkins Formation Wedge

Best: Bowers & Wilkins Formation Wedge (152)

DXOMARK timbre tests measure how well a speaker reproduces sound across the audible tonal range and takes into account bass, midrange, treble, tonal balance, and volume dependency.

Playback timbre comparison

The Marshall Stanmore II has a timbre score that places it among the top devices our engineers have tested thus far, and it performed well across the various use cases and with a variety of types of music and other content in this key attribute.

The Marshall speaker has a pleasant tonal character in general, with a minimum of nodes or resonances. The device lacks high-end extension and some high midrange, however, which leads to somewhat dark representations of our test tracks. Low-end extension was also somewhat lacking, especially in the very low range of 50 Hz to 70 Hz (where you get that rumbly bass feeling), and that sometimes impairs bass performance.

At high volumes, the midrange has a tendency to become harsh and aggressive. The device struggles in noisy environments because of the lack of high-end extension and high mids, but effective low midrange keeps voices from getting completely lost. The Stanmore II is pleasing at low volumes, but low-end content tends to become boomy.

Dynamics

137

Bowers & Wilkins Formation Wedge

Best: Bowers & Wilkins Formation Wedge (137)

Our dynamics tests measure how well a device reproduces the energy level of a sound source, taking into account attack, bass precision, and punch.

Playback dynamics comparison

Overall, the Marshall Stanmore II had a strong showing in this attribute, with punchy, snappy dynamics marked by good attack and bass precision, even though the device lacks some low-end extension. At louder volumes, however, bass precision and punch begin to falter. At maximum volume, the speaker becomes very limited and distorted in the bass, which heavily affects bass precision.

Spatial

111

Bowers & Wilkins Formation Wedge

Best: Bowers & Wilkins Formation Wedge (111)

Our spatial tests measure a speaker’s ability to reproduce stereo sound in all directions, taking into account localizability, balance, wideness, distance, and directivity. Please note that wideness is 0 on mono speakers and on speakers that cannot deliver a significant stereo effect.

Playback spatial comparison

The Marshall Stanmore II had an average score in the Spatial attribute. The wideness is rather narrow, and localizability mediocre, with voices sometimes a bit blurry and indistinct in the sonic image. Distance performance was impaired by a by a lack of high extension and high mids, though in reflective environments, as in the bathroom use case scenario, the distance performance improved.

Because the speakers are front-firing with a rear-exit bass port, performance was impaired from the sides and rear.

Volume

136

Yandex Station

Best: Yandex Station (136)

Our volume tests measure both the maximum loudness a speaker is able to produce and how smoothly volume increases and decreases based on user input.

Playback volume comparison

Playback volume consistency comparison

The volume performance of the Marshall Stanmore II was impressive. The maximum volume was the among the loudest we’ve tested.

Here are a few sound pressure levels (SPL) we measured when playing our sample recordings of hip-hop and classical music at maximum volume:

Correlated Pink NoiseUncorrelated Pink NoiseHip-HopClassicalLatinAsian Pop
Marshall Stanmore II96.9 dBA94.2 dBA91.8 dBA85.3 dBA93.1 dBA84.3 dBA
Google Home Max91.9 dBA88.9 dBA88.9 dBA81.9 dBA89.3 dBA82.4 dBA
Denon Home 25089.2 dBA84.8 dBA86.1 dBA81.6 dBA85 dBA81.1 dBA

Artifacts

133

Sonos Five

Best: Sonos Five (133)

Our artifacts tests measure how much source audio is distorted when played back, along with such other sound artifacts as noise, pumping effects, and clipping. Distortion and other artifacts can occur both because of sound processing and because of the quality of the speakers.

Playback artifacts comparison

The  Marshall Stanmore II had a very good score in the artifacts attribute, with very few discernible problems. Peak clipping can happen at any volume setting when the music or other content has a heavy bass presence, such as loud kick hits; this may be attributable to an overshoot on compression or a physical issue with the speaker. At maximum volume, distortion and extreme limiting occur.

Playback total harmonic distortion

Conclusion

The Marshall Stanmore II is a good all-around performer, matching or surpassing the scores of much more expensive devices in our database rankings. It performs well in a variety of settings and situations, with a generally pleasant tonal balance. The Stanmore II also had a good showing in the dynamics attribute, with good impact, attack, and bass precision. It’s also capable of being quite loud, though some issues emerge when playing music at maximum and loud volumes, where the dynamics performance falters and distortion begins to appear.

Pros

  • Good overall tonal balance
  • Among loudest devices we’ve tested
  • Good dynamics across most use cases

Cons

  • Stereo scene not very wide; not great localizability and distance
  • Slight lack of high mids, low-end extension, high-end extension
Sours: https://www.dxomark.com/marshall-stanmore-ii-speaker-review-classic-in-form-versatile-in-function/

MARSHALL BLUETOOTH SPEAKER - KILBURN, black

Description

The Kilburn portable active stereo speaker takes the unmistakable look and sound of Marshall, unplugs the chords, and takes the show on the road. Weighing in at a taut 3kg, The Kilburn is a lightweight piece of vintage styled engineering. Setting the bar as one of the loudest speakers in its class.  The Kilburn is a compact stout-hearted hero with a well-balanced audio which boasts a clear midrange and extended highs for a sound that is both articulate and pronounced. The analogue knobs allow you to fine tune the controls to your personal preferences while the guitar-influenced leather strap enables easy and stylish travel.

Bluetooth compatibility and the 3,5mm jack input means easy connectivity, while the simple amplifier styled construction with classic Marshall logo means it will look as good as it sounds. A built-in battery life of up to 20 hours means the jams will be kicking for as long as you are.

Now charge it up, plug it in, crank it up, and take pride in your new piece in a long line of Marshall’s unwavering legacy of loud.

EMBODYING THE RAW, WAYWARD SPIRIT OF ROCK N’ ROLL

The Kilburn portable active stereo speaker takes the unmistakable look and sound of Marshall.

20 HOURS OF PORTABLE CAPABILITIES

The Kilburn is an unrestrained and portable active stereo speaker, free from the confines of wires and chords. The built-in battery life of up to 20 hours means the jams will be kicking for as long as your are.

PERFECT YOUR SOUND

Kilburn’s top brass plate features controls for bass, treble and volume. The custom control analogue interaction knobs allow you to fine-tune to the exact sound you desire.  

CLASSIC MARSHALL DESIGN

With its iconic gold script logo, gold piping, vinyl casing and vintage-inspired fret, the Kilburn is an instant rock ‘n’ roll classic. Its devilish good looks draw inspiration from over 50 years of Marshall design.  

GUITAR INSPIRED CARRYING STRAP

The Kilburn has a detachable guitar-inspired leather strap that enables easy and stylish travel, wherever your journey may take you.

POWERFUL SOUND

Kilburn features well-balanced audio that boasts powerful sound throughout the sound frequency. The clear midrange, extended highs and deep bass seem to defy the laws of nature for a speaker this small.

20 HOURS OF PORTABLE CAPABILITIES

The built-in battery life of up to 20 hours means the jams will be kicking for as long as your are.

3.5MM INPUT & DOUBLE ENDED CABLE

Inspired by the golden days of rock’n’roll, this coiled double-ended stereo cable with two 3.5mm plugs is a modern take on the classic telephone guitar cord cable. Kink-free and extendable, it’s your music device’s connection to a world of great sound.

BLUETOOTH® TECHNOLOGY

Connect to the Kilburn wirelessly via Bluetooth. Use your Bluetooth enabled smartphone, tablet or computer to stream music directly to your Kilburn with no wires attached.

 

The Kilburn portable active stereo speaker takes the unmistakable look and sound of Marshall, unplugs the chords, and takes the show on the road. Weighing in at a taut 3kg, The Kilburn is a lightweight piece of vintage styled engineering. Setting the bar as one of the loudest speakers in its class.  The Kilburn is a compact stout-hearted hero with a well-balanced audio which boasts a clear midrange and extended highs for a sound that is both articulate and pronounced. The analogue knobs allow you to fine tune the controls to your personal preferences while the guitar-influenced leather strap enables easy and stylish travel. Bluetooth compatibility and the 3,5mm jack input means easy connectivity, while the simple amplifier styled construction with classic Marshall logo means it will look as good as it sounds. A built-in battery life of up to 20 hours means the jams will be kicking for as long as you are. Now charge it up, plug it in, crank it up, and take pride in your new piece in a long line of Marshall’s unwavering legacy of loud. EMBODYING THE RAW, WAYWARD SPIRIT OF ROCK N’ ROLL The Kilburn portable active stereo speaker takes the unmistakable look and sound of Marshall. 20 HOURS OF PORTABLE CAPABILITIES The Kilburn is an unrestrained and portable active stereo speaker, free from the confines of wires and chords. The built-in battery life of up to 20 hours means the jams will be kicking for as long as your are. PERFECT YOUR SOUND Kilburn’s top brass plate features controls for bass, treble and volume. The custom control analogue interaction knobs allow you to fine-tune to the exact sound you desire.   CLASSIC MARSHALL DESIGN With its iconic gold script logo, gold piping, vinyl casing and vintage-inspired fret, the Kilburn is an instant rock ‘n’ roll classic. Its devilish good looks draw inspiration from over 50 years of Marshall design.   GUITAR INSPIRED CARRYING STRAP The Kilburn has a detachable guitar-inspired leather strap that enables easy and stylish travel, wherever your journey may take you. POWERFUL SOUND Kilburn features well-balanced audio that boasts powerful sound throughout the sound frequency. The clear midrange, extended highs and deep bass seem to defy the laws of nature for a speaker this small. 20 HOURS OF PORTABLE CAPABILITIES The built-in battery life of up to 20 hours means the jams will be kicking for as long as your are. 3.5MM INPUT & DOUBLE ENDED CABLE Inspired by the golden days of rock’n’roll, this coiled double-ended stereo cable with two 3.5mm plugs is a modern take on the classic telephone guitar cord cable. Kink-free and extendable, it’s your music device’s connection to a world of great sound. BLUETOOTH® TECHNOLOGY Connect to the Kilburn wirelessly via Bluetooth. Use your Bluetooth enabled smartphone, tablet or computer to stream music directly to your Kilburn with no wires attached.  
Sours: https://www.axiomtelecom.com/bluetooth-speakers/marshall-bluetooth-speaker-kilburn/p-8687242-97692943654-cat.html
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Marshall STANMORE II Voice Bluetooth Portable Speaker Black

[Larger Than Life Sound]

Stanmore II is the most versatile speaker in the Marshall line-up and is perfect for any room big or small. It produces clean and precise audio, even at the highest levels, due to advanced components such as two 15 watt class D amplifiers powering its tweeters and a 50 watt class D amplifier to drive its a mighty subwoofer. The wooden cabinet construction helps provide a warm, natural sound and the bass reflex system includes a port to increase efficiency at low frequencies.



[Wirelessly Connect With Bluetooth 5.0 And aptx Technology]

Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX technology provides lossless wireless sound at a range of up to 30 feet (10 meters) while maintaining connectivity. Use your Bluetooth enabled smartphone, tablet or computer to stream music directly to your speaker with no wires required.



[Customize Your Sound]

Fine-tune your music to meet your requirements. You can use the Marshall Bluetooth app on your speaker’s top panel to perfect your sound according to the room you’re in.
Adjust the volume, treble and bass with the brass knobs or use the Marshall Bluetooth app with the built-in equalizer in case you’re out of reach.

Shipping Weight: 14.99lb

Sours: https://www.expansys.ph/marshall-stanmore-ii-bluetooth-portable-speaker-black-316979/
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