We have made it super easy to cancel Marshall Bluetooth subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Zound Industries International" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
To cancel your Marshall Bluetooth subscription on PayPal, do the following:
To delete Marshall Bluetooth from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
Use this app to personalise your settings for selected Marshall Bluetooth speakers and headphones. Customise the sound, rename your device, access user manuals, receive software updates and more. Supports the following Marshall products: Acton III Bluetooth Stanmore III Bluetooth Woburn III Bluetooth Emberton II Willen Motif A.N.C. Mode II Monitor II A.N.C. Acton II Bluetooth Stanmore II Bluetooth Woburn II Bluetooth
Update: New update fixes problem. Three dots are visible. THERE IS STILL AN EQUALIZER. Contacted support after seeing that it seemed to not be there. It's still there, but a prior update made it invisible for some reason. To get to the equalizer, go to the page that lists the speakers with pictures of each. Apparently there used to be dots to indicate that you could bring up options on the far right of the speaker on the opposite end. You can't see the dots anymore, but you can still press the area to bring up options, including equalizer options. Hope this help.
By Silent Age Awesomeness
New update fixed everything I have been reading about. Super easy to use. No complaints.
On my Ipad Pro........Open your Bluetooth Menu / Settings Be Sure you Go to the Speaker and Press n Hold the Bluetooth Button Down / 3 or so Seconds UNTIL IT BLINKS.......go to your Ipad or iphone - "Source" and Click on Stanmore II there To Pair..... IF IT WONT WORK...... be sure your Using ios 10 or higher or Your not gonna Handshake/ Pair...... Enjoy your Sounds..... Ronald 😎👍
I’m new to Bluetooth amps. This one is amazing it was absolutely so easy to set up I couldn’t believe it. Follows the great tradition of Marshall amps
App works fine for managing speakers, linking them and most importantly the 5 band EQ that makes it possible to get pretty decent sound out of these speakers. App seems a little clunky / poorly written but it’s not too too bad.
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