About the Marshall Stanmore II Voice (Amazon Alexa)
A good fit for just about any room
A good fit for just about any room
Whether it's a small home office or a large, open family room, the Marshall Stanmore II Voice can fill it with clean, detailed sound. It may look like a classic Marshall guitar amp, but it's really a fully functioning smart speaker with built-in Amazon Alexa voice control. You can stream music from your smartphone via Bluetooth. Or even make the Stanmore Voice II part of a Wi-Fi-based multi-room audio system.
“Alexa, play British Invasion playlist”
Using Amazon Alexa, you can tell the speaker to play music from a variety of music services, such as Spotify® Premium, Amazon Music Unlimited, Pandora®, and more (some require subscriptions). Listen to your favorite radio stations from across the country or internet radio station from around the world.
You can ask for news and weather updates, stock information, and more. Set reminders and alarms with your voice. The Stanmore II Voice has a dual mic array. Far-field detection and noise cancellation ensure your voice commands are clearly heard — even when there's music playing.
Marshall Voice app
The free Marshall Voice app lets you wirelessly customize the settings of your Stanmore II and other compatible Marshall Voice speakers. It's available for both Apple® and Android™ portable devices. You can adjust the EQ settings, fine-tune the intensity of the LEDs, and rename each speaker in your multi-room system for convenient control at a glance.
Quality sound and build
The Stanmore II Voice's sturdy enclosure houses two tweeters and a woofer. Each speaker is powered by its own Class D amplifier, ensuring clarity and rich detail. The ported cabinet reinforces low frequencies to give you strong bass.
Classic Marshall looks
When it comes to look and feel, this speaker is all Marshall. It features the company's famous script logo on its woven front grille. The vinyl-covered wood cabinet has an inset brushed-brass control panel with knurled metal knobs and a toggle power switch.
- connects to your Wi-Fi network for wireless music listening
- built-in Bluetooth lets you stream directly from compatible devices
- built-in Spotify Connect
- dual far-field microphone array with noise cancellation
- metal analog volume, bass, and treble control knobs
- two 3/4" tweeters and one 5-1/4" woofer, each with a Class D amplifier
- bass-reflex wood cabinet
- total system power: 80 watts (15 watts x 2 for the tweeters, plus 50 watts for the woofer)
- frequency response: 50-20,000 Hz
Amazon Alexa voice control built-in:
- control music playback
- select which Marshall Voice speakers to play
- volume, play, pause, skip and repeat functions
- access to Alexa skills, such as weather reports, smart home commands, and more
Marshall Voice app:
- free download from Apple® App Store and Google Play
- set up and customize your Marshall Voice speakers
- adjust LED intensity
- remotely switch between Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and analog inputs
- stereo minijack input
- RCA stereo input
- AC power required (power cable included)
- 13-13/16"W x 7-3/4"H x 8-7/8"D
- weight: 10.47 lbs.
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # 1002492
What's in the box:
- Voice-activated wireless audio speaker
- 6' AC power cord
- Quick Start Guide
- Legal & Safety booklet
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Features & specs
|Aux Input||3.5mm, RCA|
|Wi-Fi Bands||2.4, 5 GHz|
|Tweeter Size (Inches)||0.75|
|Tweeter Material||Not given|
|Midrange Size (Inches)||---|
|Woofer Size (Inches)||5.25|
|Woofer Type||Not given|
|Watts RMS (Continuous)||80|
|Watts Maximum (Peak)||Not given|
|Max. Digital Audio Bit Depth||Not given|
|Max. Digital Audio Sample Rate||Not given|
|Bose Home Speaker||No|
|Amazon Music||Amazon Music HD|
|Control by app||Apple iOS, Android|
|Parts Warranty||1 Year|
|Labor Warranty||1 Year|
Marshall Voice Speaker: The Marshall Stanmore II Voice combines the legendary sound of Marshall with the helpfulness of voice activation through Amazon Alexa to create one of the best sounding smart speakers. Now you can play music, schedule reminders, control your smart home and more - all with the power of your voice.
Classic Marshall Design: The Stanmore II Voice features classic Marshall details such as a textured vinyl covering, salt & pepper fret, and the iconic script "Marshall" logo adorn its sturdy wooden frame. Located on the front of the speaker is a brass plate, etched with the establishment date of 1962; a subtle nod to the brand's heritage and over 50 years of sound engineering.
High Quality Stereo Sound: The Marshall Stanmore II Voice produces clean and precise audio, even at the highest levels, due to advanced components such as two 15 watt class D amplifiers powering its dual 0.75" dome tweeters and a 50 watt class D amplifier to drive its 5.25" cone woofer. In addition, the speaker utilizes a bass reflex wood cabinet with a rear-firing port for smoother, more articulate bass response.
WiFi Certified: The Marshall Stanmore II Voice is equipped with dual-band (2.4/5.0GHz) WiFi (802.11 b/g/n/ac) for wireless connection to your home's wireless network router. By connecting to your home's WiFi network, you can access Amazon Alexa and Spotify Connect through the Marshal Stanmore II Voice.
Amazon Alexa Enabled: The Marshall Stanmore II Voice speaker is Amazon Alexa enabled and uses a far-field, dual microphone array with acoustic noise cancellation for smart voice recognition. Even when the music is turned up or if you're across the room, Alexa will hear you. You can simply activate Alexa by saying "ALEXA" or pushing the unit's "MIC" button on the top-panel. You can ask Alex to play music, hear the news, check weather, control smart home devices, and more.
- Online Music Services: Amazon Alexa provides hands-free voice control for Amazon Music, Pandora, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Spotify Connect, & SiriusXM (subscriptions and fees will apply). You can also upload your personal music collection from iTunes, Google Play Music, and more to your music library on Amazon and then stream your music through your Alexa device. Simply ask for your favorite artist or song, or request a specific genre or mood. You can also search for music by lyrics, when a song or album was released, or let Alexa pick the music for you.
- Multiroom Audio (via future firmware update): Multiroom audio allows you to play and control music from Amazon, Amazon Unlimited, Amazon Prime, and some other 3rd-pary music providers across multiple, compatible Amazon Alexa devices at the same time. You can tell Alexa to play music across your compatible Alexa devices on the same WiFi network. Tell Alexa to play jazz in the kitchen, top pop in the family room, or play the same song throughout your whole home. To stream different music on multiple devices or on more than one multiroom group at the same time, you must have an Amazon Music Unlimited Family plan.
- Home Entertainment Control: Amazon Alexa now offers home entertainment skills for select multiroom audio systems - including Sonos, Heos by Denon, Bose SoundTouch, & Yamaha MusicCast (all sold separately); as well as Sony Android TVs and LG AI ThinQ TVs (sold separately). You'll be able to control key functions and features by simply using voice commands.
- Smart Home: Amazon Alexa works with devices such as lights, switches, thermostats, and more from WeMo, Philips Hue, Samsung SmartThings, Insteon, Nest, ecobbe, Wink, and more. Control multiple devices at scheduled times or with a single voice command, like locking the doors and turning off the lights when you go to bed. Some products work directly with Alexa and other smart home ecosystems require a compatible hub.
- News & Information: The Stanmore II Voice with Alexa can help you stay connected to the news that matters most to you - like world & local news, traffic, weather, sports, and movie times.
- Questions & Answers + Fun & Games: The Stanmore II Voice with Alexa taps into Yelp to provide you with info on local restaurants, shops, and other businesses. It also makes a great calculator and dictionary. You can even get fast facts on all type of topics from Wikipedia. Alexa also offers funny jokes and fun games for the family.
- You will need to sign into Amazon Alexa from the Marshal Voice app to enable Alexa on the Stanmore II Voice.
- You can search for and enable more skills in the Alexa app or from the Alexa Skills store on the website.
- You can mute the built-in microphones for privacy. Alexa cannot be activated while the microphones are muted.
- The Marshall Stanmore II Voice does not support Alexa Calling, Messaging, and Drop-In services.
Marshall Voice App: Use Marshall Voice app (for Apple iOS 8.0+ and Android OS 5.0+) to setup the Marshall Stanmore II Voice from your compatible Apple iOS or Android mobile device. The app provides simple connection of the wireless speaker to your home's WiFi network router, as well as enables Amazon Alexa voice recognition on the Stanmore II Voice. In addition, you'll be able to select between input sources (WiFi, Bluetooth, Aux, or RCA); choose between EQ presets and adjust a 5-Band EQ; as well as control basic music playback functions (including Play/Pause & Previous/Next Track). Through a future firmware update (no eta), you'll be able to group Amazon Alexa enabled speakers and devices together for multiroom audio (Amazon Music only).
Spotify Connect: The integration of Spotify Connect will enable Spotify Premium users to instantly select and wirelessly stream music to the Marshall Stanmore II Voice speaker from within the Spotify app (Apple iOS or Android). Spotify is a digital music service that gives you on-demand access to one of the largest music libraries in the world (over 15 million tracks and counting). Spotify makes it easier than ever to discover, manage, and share music with your friends. You can browse music by artist, album, track, or most popular; and create your own music library with customized playlists.
Bluetooth Audio Streaming: The Marshall Stanmore II Voice features built-in Bluetooth (version 5.0) with support for wireless music streaming (A2DP). You are able to wirelessly stream stored music, music apps, and other audio content from your Bluetooth source device to the Marshall Stanmore II Voice speaker. You can operate Play/Pause and Previous/Next Track functions from the speaker's top-panel controls or the Marshall Voice app on your compatible Apple iOS or Android OS device. The Stanmore II Voice can pair up to 8 Bluetooth devices, but only one can be connected and used at a time. The speaker will try and automatically connect to the last previously connected device. The speaker has a Bluetooth wireless range of approximately 30'.
Note: The Stanmore II Voice does not support Bluetooth hands-free communication for making and answering phone calls.
Analog Inputs: In addition to wireless Bluetooth connectivity, the Stanmore is outfitted with analog inputs for a wired connection. The Stanmore is equipped with a top-panel stereo minijack (3.5mm) input for connecting practically any portable audio device with an analog output or headphone jack. There is a stereo RCA input on the back-panel for connecting an external audio device, like a CD player. If you want to connect a turntable, you will need a turntable with a built-in phono preamp or an external phono preamp (sold separately).
Top-Panel Controls: The Stanmore II Voice's top-panel features analog control knobs for Bass, Treble and Volume, allowing you to fine-tune to the exact sound you desire. There is also a Source/Pair button, a Play/Pause button, and Mic/Voice button on the top-panel. The Play/Pause button also doubles as a Previous/Next Track button.
Detachable AC Power Cord: The Marshall Stanmore II Voice comes with a 6' AC power cord which plugs into the back of the speaker and into an AC wall outlet or surge protector (sold separately - see Accessories Tab). The Marshall Stanmore II Voice speaker is not battery powered.
Auto Standby: If the Stanmore II Voice is left unused for approximately 20 minutes, the speaker will go into standby mode to save energy.