The revolutionary sound produced by the retro Marshall Stanmore II speaker now comes with built-in Alexa integration. And it can be yours with a whopping $100 discount applied.

You only need to look at the number of Amazon reviews and ratings to appreciate just how popular this Marshall speaker is with audiophiles. Granted, it costs a little more than a standard Bluetooth speaker but you actually get more for your money. The first thing you will notice is the fact that this piece of kit isn’t styled like your average speaker. It comes with a stunning retro look and feel.

With that said, it’s actually packed with technology under that old-school look and feel. It comes with easy to use controls that let you customize your desired sound by adjusting the volume, bass, and treble, without having to jump through complicated hoops. You can change the input source with no fuss whatsoever and you can even connect this to other speakers using the auxiliary port.

Additionally, it also comes with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant built-in and uses a far-field microphone array for smart voice recognition and noise cancellation to ensure that you get the very best experience. Even when the music is turned up, or you are across the other side of the room, saying the “Alexa” keyword should be recognized by the internal microphone array.

You get Alexa, Bluetooth connectivity, analog controls, access to Spotify Connect, and even the ability to chain multiple speakers together to create a stereo audio experience. And you get a $100 discount thrown-on for good measure.

This deal takes the price down from $400.00 to just $299.99. That’s a 25% discount just for acting with haste. Head on over to the direct link below to secure this deal, right now. There are no discount codes or coupons required.

Buy: Marshall Stanmore II Wireless Wi-Fi Alexa Voice Smart Speaker from Amazon: $299.99 | Original price: $400

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