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Grab a Marshall speaker for £130 less in this rocking Black Friday deal

A discount dialled up to 11

Marshall Stanmore II black Friday 2022 deal

Want to pump out tunes like it’s the Sixties? Marshall’s wireless speakers set the tone for retro audio, pairing sonic punch with old-school style. An established member of the Marshall line-up, the Stanmore II is no exception. And if you act fast, you can buy it for less than ever before.

Discounted as part of Marshall’s Black Friday deals, the Stanmore II has been reduced by a hefty £130. That’s a saving of 39% versus the RRP of £330, bringing the price down to an all-time low of £200. Which rocks.

Recently succeeded by the Stanmore III, the Stanmore II remains a stellar Bluetooth speaker in 2022. Clad in textured vinyl and fronted by Marshall’s evocative brass moniker, it’s got bags of throwback appeal. But don’t mistake its classic looks for an antiquated setup: paired with your smartphone via Bluetooth 5.0, you can tweak the EQ via the Marshall app.

Built for stages big or small, three amplifiers drive its punchy woofer and tweeters. A 3.5mm port offers hard-wired versatility, while adjustment knobs let you tweak the output like an analogue roadie.

Reckon the Stanmore’s too hardcore for your crib? Marshall has also discounted the Stockwell II, a portable Bluetooth speaker which channels the DNA of its bigger sibling. That includes the same nostalgic style, the same analogue controls and the same app support.

Officially ticketed at £220, Amazon has reduced the Stockwell II by 5%, bringing the sale price to £210. If you’re tempted by either noise-box, be sure to take advantage of the deals before the end of Black Friday next week.

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