A very distinctive eco-friendly design At first glance, House of Marley’s Liberate XLBT headphones (selling for under £140 on Amazon now) share many of the design characteristics you see on the older, wired Liberate headphones Mark reviewed back in 2014. You’ve got that signature eco-friendly design with FSC certified wood panels on the outside of the […]
The Liberate BT has Marley’s signature look, and at £99.99 it fits into the firm’s usual mid-range price point. But can it deliver the sound quality and usability to match?
It’s difficult not to like the Liberates. They look good, feel nice on your head, and the drums-and-bass-heavy sound they produce is appealing in short bursts. They are just really nice to use.
Leading this charge is the eco-conscious House of Marley. The company’s portable Get Together speaker is predominantly decked out with sustainably-sourced bamboo, giving it a slightly retro, weather-beaten look – but does it manage to avoid sounding rustic?