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Marshall Stockwell II Portable Bluetooth Speaker - Black & Brass (Exclusive to Amazon), Black and Brass

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Stockwell II
Black and Brass
Brand Marshall
Colour Black and Brass
Speaker type Portable
Model Name Stockwell II
Battery life 6 Hours

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Style:Stockwell II  |  Colour:Black and Brass

Stockwell II - Black & Brass
BUILT FOR LIFE ON THE ROAD, THIS COMPACT PORTABLE
SPEAKER OFFERS 20 + HOURS OF PLAYTIME.
Echoing the legacy of rock ‘n’ roll, Stockwell II has a solid metal
grille that pays homage to the steel mesh grille found on many
microphones and a guitar inspired carry strap for easy portability.
Its roadworthy construction with silicone exterior and IPX4 waterresistant rating make it extremely rugged and durable. Take it with
you wherever the long road leads.


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Reviewed in Australia on 12 September 2020
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O.C
3.0 out of 5 stars Stockwell II (Volume & Bass) Not good enough for the price (£219). Great Sound quality otherwise!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 June 2019
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Ben Rowe
2.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding sound for the size, but with a major flaw with the audio input
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 December 2019
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2.0 out of 5 stars Outstanding sound for the size, but with a major flaw with the audio input
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 December 2019
I didn't end up keeping this speaker and have actually been without it for quite some time now. I wrote an extremely long and detailed review and then wondered where i would put it. It was too long and detailed for amazon really. So I have decided to cut it down somewhat but still go into detail about the speaker. Still is very long so those wanting to know more about the sound, go into that rather than the issues further down. Most of my impressions on the sound are very good.

I will start off with the negative that made me return it. There is unfortunately a lot of things that are not good about my experience.

Now a lot of people will just use bluetooth and not the 3.5mm input. But when you spend this much on a blutooth speaker, I would consider it poor not to have the ability to connect devices this way. As when you have a speaker sound this good, it is always as good or better to use a cable rather than bluetooth so long as you find it practical enough.

The issue is that the speaker always goes into what seems a sleep mode when a cable is connected to this input. It does this in under 2 seconds of no audio playing. Then often takes over a second to wake up again. This results in it virtually always skipping the beginning of tracks off. If they begin with lyrics, well you miss the first few words. This is an unacceptable flaw for a speaker of this price. I thought it was a fault with mine so I returned it and got another. It had the same issue. I also went into PC world to try their one on display and it is exactly the same. I am really surprised nobody else or the professional reviews have mentioned this.

Not that many would use this speaker for audiobooks or radio, but it would basically be unusable via the 3.5mm input. Every time there is silence for over 2 seconds, you will almost certainly miss the next word or two. Really poor.

No other blutooth speaker I have tested out in a store or have owned has had this problem. I contacted Marshall trying to explain just how much it would change my view on this speaker if they sorted it out. I just can’t accept it for such a premium speaker. It will be a simple fix, but would obviously cost them money to start producing them all and having to sort this out. They in the end did thank me for what I had found out, but it was at first quite difficult for them to believe what I was experiencing.

I also tested the charging ability. Claiming it can charge at 12V 3A may be a bit of a stretch. With the correct PD charger, it can get close to 2A at 12V but no where near what it states. It also says it can charge a phone from the type c port at 5V 2A. From the picture of it charging my tablet, the voltage drops quite a bit even when it isn’t close to 2A. I feel if it reached the current it claims, the voltage would drop to a point where it wouldn’t charge your device correctly. It seems to do the job, but very slow.

Yet more negatives is that with my replacement, the tweeter on the back must not have been sealed in place correctly. Whenever there was a lot of bass, you could hear air being forced in and out around it. Basically like port noise. This to me shows that there may be some inconsistency with build and quality control too, but I think this is not going to normally be the case as my first one sounded fine. In the end I returned both though.

Onto the sound.

It isn’t totally without issues here either but none are at all big, and if I try and ignore the other issues with the speaker, the sound is very impressive for the price and size of the speaker. Again, I will start with the areas that could be improved.

This speaker has very impressive low end. Those saying it is lacking need to factor in just how small it is and not just how it sounds. It sounds massive for it’s size. I also don’t get the problem with volume being to quiet. You can’t expect a small speaker like this to be loud while maintaining a clean and accurate sound. This limits it nicely and never distorts. The problem is just how separate the low end is from the mid range. There is a hole in the middle effect. There is very little in the way of mid bass. It seems very boosted from around 55hz – 75hz and sounds incredible if the music being played just has bass at around these levels. If it goes beyond that, it can sound incredibly lacking. I find the bass dial always needs to be on full as it controls bass at around 100hz and if you turn it down, you get the low end and virtually nothing in the middle. If you use EQ on your input device, you can get it to sound brilliant though. But it could either do with the mid bass boosting or not so much weight on the low end. And if marshall had tuned it slightly differently (which would have been possible), it really could have been outstanding here.

Something that I think is good is that is sounds pretty much the same from all angles, but there is unfortunately a negative effect that I think is related to this. As you have the left and right channels coming from the front and back, you get an odd echo effect. Even worse when against a wall. Many instruments sound very distant as if they are in some large hall and sound quite artificial at times. As a very critical listener, I was not a fan of this as it would have been avoidable at the expense of the sound coming from all directions. I don’t think this is such a disadvantage as the audio quality for the size is still more than acceptable.

If it didn’t have the aux input problem and the 2nd purchase didn’t have an issue with the tweeter, this speaker would have been 4 stars, maybe 5 now the price has gone right down.

But the input issue and faulty unit really makes me disappointed with this speaker on the whole.

But don’t let this review put you off if you are a bluetooth only user, as in that case, I think it will likely be outstanding, especially at the price it is at now.

The build of this speaker is the best thing about it. It is remarkably solid compared to most stuff these days. Got a good weight to it and the dials have a great rubber grip. I wouldn’t worry about this getting a bit wet or getting bumped about.

Since I returned this speaker, I took a risk and went with something very different. The IKEA ENEBY 20. This is built nothing like as solid and not waterproof in any way. It also is a little bit bigger in every direction, which does make it seem pretty large in comparison. But what made me try this out was because of the reviews it was getting. And the fact that the speaker plus the battery for it is just £60. And I’m being honest here – it sounds better. With the expense of it not being as practical, the sound and price makes up for all of this. It doesn’t have stereo, but has no echo sound effect and not a hole in the middle between the midrange and bass either. You can make it better with EQ too.

I would actually recommend the ENEBY 20 over the Stockwell II now. But can fully understand that the need for the small size and build can outweigh saving money for the other speaker. If you are after good sound though and value for money, there is not really any comparison. The ENEBY 20 has a dial like the Stockwell II which is pretty hard to find and also has bass and treble EQ built in though is harder to use.

Very long but hope some of you find this review helpful as it seems I have had a very different experience to most.
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JASM
5.0 out of 5 stars 100% recomendable para quien quiera potencia media.
Reviewed in Spain on 12 January 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars 100% recomendable para quien quiera potencia media.
Reviewed in Spain on 12 January 2020
Allá por el otoño del 2014 compré mi primer altavoz bluetoth. Braven 850, le siguió el Onyx studio, el tdk A34, JBL charge 2, Megaboom, denon envaya, Extreme, GGMM M4, M3, Denon DS 250, Libratone Zipp, flip 4, Oslo , Reykjavik, tribit 360 y tribit maxsound, anker soundcore motion +.
Empecé siguiendo a Oluv en su blog y ha habido tal evolución que ha sido un no parar. Muchos vendidos de nuevo otros regalados.
Al grano. Calidad de sonido a día de hoy en gama alta, Vifa Oslo, en gama media el marshall y por menos dinero el Anker Soundcore motion +.
El Oslo y el Marshall no tiene pijadas tipo botones de avance, retroceso, pausa de canción pero suenan brutal.
El Marshall estoy muy muy sorprendido es el que mejor suena de todos con la app Música de IOS siempre que regules el bajo y el
Agudo. No he odio nada mejor.
No es muy potente y al maximo pierde calidad pero estoy muy muy impresionado con el sonido.
Otro que no puedo dejar de recomendar es el Denon 250 pero ya es un modelo antiguo que supongo sustituirán pronto.
Enfin el Oslo me acompaña ya desde hace ahora dos años y nunca defrauda pero entiendo que se pasan con el precio.
Saludos y espero sea de utilidad.
Admito preguntas.
P.D. Visitar canal YouTube tuve de Oluv clavinetjunkie para ver decenas de comparativas.
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Tim
5.0 out of 5 stars I was sceptical about this but......
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 December 2017
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J.Green
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible portable sound from a small package
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 September 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible portable sound from a small package
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 September 2020
I needed a speaker I could take anywhere - particularly outdoors or on holiday. I was particularly keen on the Bose sound core II- however it was a bit too beyond my budget. I came across the Marshall Emberton which looked the perfect size and build quality for my budget. Reviews were pretty good so went against my normal try before you buy and ordered.

The sound quality is outstanding for its size- in my opinion equal to the bose at a lower price. Decent bass and volume and I would agree with other reviews that say it excels in the vocals. The build quality is solid and it looks fantastic wherever you put it. I particularly like the central rocker switch, which is responsive and quickly allows you to change tracks and volume with minimal fuss. The battery seems to last forever and the battery level indicator is a useful feature.

Small criticism would be no aux input - although i bought it to be portable so unlikely ever to want to plug a device into it. Bluetooth range is ok - not fantastic I usually need to be in the same room to avoid any stuttering- I have come from using chromecast audio where range is not an issue- but less portable. I was surprised to read that despite it using Bluetooth 5.0 it uses an SBC codec rather than more recent AptX or AAC, which offer better latency and marginal improvement in sound quality. Not that I've noticed anything detrimental to the sound quality.

Overall an outstanding portable speaker for the money!
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