Bluetooth speakers come a dime a dozen these days, but when you have the Marshall logo emblazoned on your mini amp, you know you’ve got something special—even more special than that catchy Five Guys burger review. The Stanmore’s ($400) classic design will take you back to Elvis, but the audio quality has absolutely nothing in common with peanut butter and banana sandwiches. We’re talking crisp and clean music at any volume. Rock your jailhouse via Bluetooth, RCA input, or the 3.5mm auxiliary input.
Marshall Mini Amp Bluetooth Speakers: Tight Genes
Tech By on Sep 25, 2013
Marshall Monitor Headphones: Marshall Beats Beats?
Gear By on May 8, 2013
Continuing to expand their product line from their amp empire, Marshall hits you now with their first-ever over-the-ear headphones. The Monitor ($200) pumps out studio quality sound (that’s music studio btw, not yoga studio) and lets you customize your sound through Marshall’s f.t.f. system. Plus you get a built-in mic to handle calls, and of course that timeless Marshall logo, which in our books, kills the Beats “B” every time.
Marshall Hanwell Speaker
Tech By on Sep 5, 2012
The name Marshall is synonymous with brand name clothing for less. Um, hold on…. WHOOPS! Sorry, that’s Marshalls with an S. Marshall is a legendary name in the world of guitar amps. Now the iconic brand is launching its first ever speaker for home use. The Hanwell features old school analog dials for volume, bass, and treble–something cool for you to plug your portable device into. No word on a price yet, but if this thing somehow finds its way onto Marshalls’ shelves, things will get really confusing.