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My Acton II Bluetooth speaker is connected to my iPhone. Playing internet radio is working fine, but when I try to play Spotify the music stops playing after a second. 

I tried several things, but problem persists. 

Can you help me out? 

Regards, Judith

asked 26 Feb 2021 at 09:11 AM

Judith Botman
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Hi. I have two Marshall Acton speakers in my home, which I very much like. The problem is that they both have the same name when searching for them to cnnect via bluetooth on my phone, which can cause confusion, especially if I'm in range of both of them. How can I change the naming convention that one of my Acton speakers uses so I can differentiate between them?

asked 08 Feb 2021 at 06:22 PM

Mateo Bryant
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When using Spotify Connect to play music on my new Acton Multi-Room speaker I get intermittent audio crackling, almost like static. Is anyone else having this problem? It does not happen with other audio sources, like internet radio stations.

asked 20 May 2020 at 09:51 PM

Mike MC
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Hello, i have a problem connecting my acton 2 speaker to the laptop. I find it on the laptop, pair it with the speaker and it gives out a message that the speaker has 0% battery and doesnt play anything, even though the speaker is connected through power cable. The 3,5 jack works, but bluetooth doesn't.

asked 06 Apr 2020 at 06:19 AM

Nikita Demidov
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Hi Everyone.

I currently own a Marshall Acton II speaker. I wonder if someone really uses a 2 speaker coupled, in order to improve the stereo capabilty.

Does it really worth it buying a second speaker?

Thanks everyone.

 

Regards

Luis

 

asked 11 Dec 2019 at 02:36 PM

Luis Lucio
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Hi!

 

I'm new in the marshall world and don't have any experience in speakers but I recently have bought a Marshall Acton Bluetooth, but the speaker when turned on and no sound have a static noise (like zzzzzz something like that) and even when I put some sound the noise continues but I only can detect if I put my ear in the speaker. 

 

It's that normal? I'm asking because I have the speaker connected with my Amazon Echo Dot and I want that they stay always on and I don't want that static noise...

 

Regards.

asked 29 Jul 2018 at 11:31 AM

Tiago Gonçalves
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