House of Marley

Quality – environmental friendliness – social responsibility

A distinctive brand, and unlike any of its competitors, House Of Marley blends the vision of equality, unity, charity, and sustainability of the great Bob Marley into unique products. In terms of sound, this manufacturer is above all concerned with the purity of the bass in order to reproduce the attitude to life of the reggae music. Manufactured from natural, sustainable and recyclable materials such as FSC certified wood, organic cotton and recyclable aluminum, the products support 1.Love.org, a Marley family charity.

 

The latest reviews: House of Marley

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 7 months ago

House of Marley Liberate Air

Sustainable True Wireless in-ears with Touch Control

The Liberate Air from House of Marley not only provide eye-catching bamboo finishes, but also offer technical refinements like integrated touch control for Android and iOS systems. These headphones sound good and support Bluetooth standard 5.0 as well as the high-quality audio codec aptX, they...

4

In-Ear by Maike Paeßens 1 year ago

House of Marley Nesta

Lightweight Wired In-Ears with Great Sound

The Nesta in-ears from British manufacturer, House of Marley, offer a comfortable fit, feature a 3-button remote with integrated microphone for accessing common functions and ultimately, offer plenty of sound performance for the money asked of them.

4.1

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 1 year ago

House of Marley Uprise Wireless

Wireless Sports Headphones with Sustainability in Mind

The Uprise Wireless In-Ears from House of Marley are specially designed for athletic sporting use, with sweat and splash resistant finishes, a quality construction and a comfortable fit. Impressive, assertive sound output also comes as standard. What’s more, a user-friendly remote with integrated microphone is...

3.4

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Editor's recommendations: House of Marley

House of Marley did a lot right with the Nesta. Lightweight and discreet, these in-ears fit well and deliver solid sound at a price that won’t send your head into a spin. Material choices are also first-rate. However there’s that little nag of the cable noise holding things back from a more perfect score, not to mention the lack of volume control Android systems will encounter when hooked up to these headphones. Otherwise, things are good. The remote works reliably and the integrated microphone is of a good standard with great speech intelligibility.

Maike Paeßens
Maike Paeßens 21. February 2019

If you can do without a volume control, House of Marley’s Liberate Air makes a handy, sustainable package consisting of completely wireless in-ears and a transport case with stylish bamboo finishes. The fast-charging headphones score points with precise touch control, good microphone quality and aptX codec support. Apart from the limited level stability in the trebles, the sound also meets more sophisticated demands and has strengths for listening to vocals and bass-heavy music.

Maike Paeßens
Maike Paeßens 18. December 2019

As sporting headphones, the House of Marley Wireless In-Ears definitely convince with quality shielding, high volume potential and assertive sound output. Users will also appreciate the wearing comfort of these in-ears, while the remote control takes an intuitive approach to handling functions, making everyday usage simple. In more quiet environments, some sound weaknesses become noticeable. Background noise also becomes more apparent. However, as sporting activities and outdoor use is clearly the area of application, it’s perhaps unfair to concentrate on this points as key criticisms.

Maike Paeßens
Maike Paeßens 29. January 2019