Bluetooth Speaker Looks Like A Real Amp

Bluetooth Speaker Looks Like A Real Amp
Arts & Culture

Marshall Headphones introduces a modern wireless stereo that has a classic Rock'n'Roll design.

Serena Chu
  • 24 september 2013

Earlier this month, Marshall Headphones unveiled the new Stanmore Compact Active Stereo Speaker featuring Bluetooth technology. Freeing you from the hectic cluster of stereo wiring, the Stanmore allows you to enjoy your music anywhere and from any device. If you choose to connect manually there is a 3.5mm auxiliary, the RCA or optical input for devices like Apple TV.

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This is an fresher face of the company’s already popular model the Hanwell. Compact in size, the Stanmore still demonstrates the same amount of boastful audio wonder. With a classic retro design, the Stanmore was inspired with the classic Rock’N’Roll features of the early days. The brass details and iconic logo adds a certain rustic appeal to the overall appearance of the stereo.

Designed with the environment in mind, the Stanmore comes with two standby modes, powersaver and standard, to reduce energy consumption when not actively in use.

Marshall is proud of this new addition to their line of superior speakers. The Stanmore is available exclusively today for $400.



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