Stanmore Marshall Bluetooth Speaker is made for big sound!

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Small in size but not subtle in sound, the Stanmore is a compact stereo stanmorespeaker that yields clean and precise sound even at high levels. With a vintage looking front fret, brass details, and iconic script logo, the Stanmore’s classic design is a throwback to the golden days of rock’n’roll from Marshall, the company that brought us classic amplifiers of the 60’s and 70’s.

With its analogue interaction knobs, Stanmore gives you custom control of your sound. This speaker also offers multiple ways to play music.

Bluetooth Connectivity

Use your Bluetooth®-enabled smartphone, tablet or computer to stream music directly to your Stanmore with no wires attached.

RCA Input

Some of your music knew a time before Bluetooth. That’s why the Stanmore enables you to go analogue and connect to those devices collecting dust in your basement. Dust off your CD player or turntable (with RIAA) and connect via the RCA input. This input can also be used with your Sonos unit.

Optical Input

The Stanmore is all about modern listening capability. That’s why we added the option of connecting digitally via an optical cable. Hook your Stanmore up to your TV, Apple TV, AirPort Express, hard disk player, streaming play and satellite or cable receiver. Optical works with PCM stereo only.

3.5mm Input and 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 guitar cable. Kink-free and extendable, it’s your music device’s connection to a world of great sound.

Available in black and cream, the Stanmore retails for $500 in London Drugs locations nationwide and select local retailers.

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