Marshall Stanmore Cream Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Cheapest Marshall Stanmore Cream Price in Singapore is S$ 603.57

The Marshall Stanmore Cream is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Marshall Stanmore Cream price in Singapore is S$ 603.57 from Amazon. You can also choose between different Marshall Stanmore Cream variants with Cream starting from S$ 603.57 and Brown at S$ 603.57. Marshall Stanmore Cream price details are updated November 2020.

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Price List by Country for Marshall Stanmore Cream

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 8.399.000 S$ 546.00
Malaysia MYR 1,400.00 S$ 599.00
Singapore SGD 603.57 S$ 604.00

Marshall Stanmore Cream Price in Singapore by Variants

Variants Price Store
Marshall Stanmore Black S$ 471.64 Amazon
Marshall Stanmore Brown S$ 603.57 Amazon
Marshall Stanmore Cream S$ 603.57 Amazon
Marshall Stanmore Pitch Black Offer unavailable

Marshall Stanmore Cream Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateMay 2014
RMS rated power80 W
Frequency range45 - 22000 Hz
Crossover frequency2500 Hz
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired & Wireless
3.5 mm connectorYes
Weight & dimensions
Width350 mm
Depth185 mm
Height185 mm
Weight5.1 kg
Audio output channels1.0 channels
Speaker placementFloor
Number of tweeter drivers2
Tweeter diameter (imperial)1.91 cm (0.75")
Number of woofer drivers1
Woofer diameter (imperial)13.3 cm (5.25")
Amplifier classD
Amplifier output power80 W
Product colourCream
Recommended usageUniversal
On/off switchYes

Reviews of Marshall Stanmore Cream
Reviewed on 2017-09-22
The Profoto A1 contains so many good ideas that you wonder why it took so long to make an on-camera flash this modern. First, the flash has a round head, which simulates natural light with a smooth fall-out. Secondly, a magnetic mount built into the head...
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Reviewed on 2018-02-20
Guitar amp design, loud,
Expensive considering its sound quality
The Marshall Stanmore fills a specific niche, both in terms of its aesthetics and the fact that it specifically makes guitars sound good. However, there are more versatile and better sounding speakers available in the same price range. Performance Comp...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-11
There are some brand looks you recognize at a glance, and Marshall is one of those. Black casing with rounded edges. Black speaker grille with gold surround. And, of course, the brandname in gold script across the front.Marshall speakers and amps are as c...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-16
Gorgeous build materials, Smooth knobs, Gets loud and has detailed sound, Connecting is a breeze
Price, Not portable, needs to be plugged in at all times, Classic amp design might not be for everyone
Marshall might be known for their legendary amps, but they're quickly making a name for themselves in consumer audio. At this point they've had more than a couple years of making speakers and headphones for people who won't be jamming out on guitars with...
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Reviewed on 2014-04-15
For the last couple of weeks, I've had the privilege of having my hands on one of the coolest looking Bluetooth speakers ever made, the Marshall Stanmore. But just because this speaker looks like a Marshall amp, does it sound good too? Well, the answer is...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-04
Classic design. Powerful, full sound. Plenty of connectivity options.
Expensive. Bulky. Not portable
Marshall amps have been an iconic aspect of rock and roll for decades. They've been the speakers many top-name musicians and bands have played with since 1966. They haven't really been consumer products (not counting garage band members) until recent...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-30
Adjustable audio frequencies, Coiled minijack cable
Not really portable
here's a lot of Bluetooth speakers on the market and in varying sizes and shapes. But few aspire to a retail of $400.00 because of inexpensive materials corralled together to form a speaker-box. The Marshall Headphones STANMORE – Active Stereo Loudspeaker...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-18
Very pretty, with a look like something out of a rock concert; Fantastic sound with loads of oomph; Customisable treble and bass;
Expensive; Doesn't work as a guitar amp; It doesn't go up to 11 (not really a negative);
Bluetooth speakers tend to have a very same-same look, what with all the small cylindrical or rectangular boxes out there, but Marshall's Stanmore is something different, very different, focusing on the brand's heritage and delivering a speaker for musos....
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