House of Marley, a house specializing in consumer electronics products with a musical orientation and inspired by the philosophy of the greatest of Reggae singers, goes under the spotlight of the CES with a series of new products. The list, from headphones to earphones, from Bluetooth systems to very long home amplifiers; some of the most interesting products stand out for being earth-friendly made with a new "upcycled" fabric called REWIND and exclusively owned by the brand.
Composed of recovered hemp and organic cotton combined with fibers obtained from recycled water bottles (recycled PET), REWIND and finished using water-based dyes and biodegradable TPU coating for greater durability and wear resistance. In 2012, House of Marley had already introduced MARLEY Lively Up collections and Lively Up leather bags, which include backpacks for daily use and bags made with eco-friendly fabric and now also adds headphones (such as Rise Up) and the system audio Bag of Riddim and Roots Rock based on Bluetooth technology.
Among the new products, the One Foundation high quality digital audio system with Airplay (Indicative price ? 699.99) is designed for expert music connoisseurs who are attentive to the environmental impact. The elegant speakers are made of FSC certified oak, finely polished and sculpted, for a spectacular and natural look and feel at the same time. Specifications include multiple inputs including Toslink, SPDIF and RCA, two aux-in connections for hundreds of devices, additional output for the use of subwoofers, remote control included to further facilitate listening.