House Of Marley is a brand of audio products “earth-friendly” characterized by a combination of eco-friendly materials of high quality and an acoustic performance that gives all music lovers an exciting way of listening, combining comfort and a very original look.
The choice of materials, their origin, the sound quality, the colors and the patterns are designed to meet the principles and philosophy of 1Love, the global movement initiated by the Marley family, that promotes initiatives and charitable causes focused on young people, planet and peace. The name in fact does not deceive: the brand is established right from the family of Bob Marley and faithfully reflects the love of music and nature of the Jamaican artist. Part of the proceeds received from the sale of each product will be donated to support the organization.
The headphones on-ear Liberate that you can see in this post features a unique design that combines different materials: FSC certified wood for the 40mm speakers, with a comfortable padding for the ears; headband in recyclable aluminum and finishings in a very special fabric, REWIND ™, composed of fibers derived from recycled plastic bottles (recycled PET), recovered hemp and organic cotton.
Two features give maximum comfort, especially for people like me that listen to music during journeys to and from work on public transport: the resistant and anti-entanglement fabric cable (I do not know how many minutes I lose a day of dissolving them!) and the built-in microphone with remote control and three buttons, perfect to stop the music and answer the phone without having to remove headphones. The device is designed to be compatible with most models of iPad, iPhone and iPod.
Music changes people and people can change the world.
photo by Giacinto Mozzetta