Marshall Stockwell II review
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- Portable speaker
The iconic Marshall brand makes a wide range of large speakers and amps, but the Marshall Stockwell II is one of its portable models, with a handy carry strap to take it from roof to room. Weighing 1.4kg, Marshall claims this speaker 'packs a solid punch despite its pint-sized frame.' And it says it will last for more than 20 hours on a single charge too - our independent lab tests find out if it lives up to the claims.
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