Marley offspring get into earth friendly audio products

House of Marley offers Bluetooth compatible audio accessories

liberate bluetooth speakers

At an event entitled ‘Xmas in July’, GoMo News ran into an intriguing company in the audio field – The House of Marley. The company produces a range of mobile-friendly audio products such as in-ear headphones; on-ear headphones; over-ear headphones and portable audio systems. Given that musician-backed tech companies such as Beats Electronics have just become very trendy (see ‘Dr Dre may add fizz to Apple’s music brand‘), a company founded by Bob Marley’s off-spring looks set to be going places.

The company isn’t too clear on which members of Bob’s family have founded The House of Marley – Ziggy Marley being perhaps his most famous child.

However, what this company is clear about is that it donates five per cent of its annual profits to

A global movement, is dedicated to spreading Bob Marley’s message of unity and peace by lifting up a new generation of “young gongs” to strike the hammer for charities, causes and ideas that can change the world.

Perhaps more importantly, House of Marley products are ‘Earth-Friendly’ being made from sustainably crafted from materials.

This includes its exclusive REWIND fabric, cotton and canvas textiles, plus recycled plastics, recyclable metals, bamboo and Forest Stewardship Council-certified woods.

The firm doesn’t mention it but you get bet that hemp is included in that list of fabrics. Strange that.

Anyway, the company is committed to delivering ‘best in class products’ which translates to superior Bluetooth compatibility and ruggedness.

These are the sorts of product that you’d want to take with you to a music festival such as WOMAD Charlton Park.

Three new products were launched at the event: – the Liberate Bluetooth headphones; Liberate Bluetooth speaker;and the One Foundation home audio system.

GoMo News is expecting to test some of these products any time now!

About Tony Dennis

Tony is currently Editor of GoMobile News. He's a veteran telecoms journalist who has previously worked for major printed and online titles. Follow him on Twitter @GoMoTweet.
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