House of Marley (HoM) took the wraps off a number of new products at CES 2016, including its Stir it Up digital turntable.
The Stir it Up is a classically designed digital turntable, a first in the category for HoM, described as being “simple in form and rich in materials”.
The Stir it Up features natural bamboo details and a built-in pre-amp to sync with HoM speakers.
Among HoM’s other releases are its Nesta ceramic in-ear headphones, designed for an ergonomic and comfortable fit, with the zirconia ceramic housing and stainless steel trim creating a jewelled aesthetic.
HoM states that the Nesta’s acoustically balanced 6 mm drivers offer plenty of bass, while the Nesta also feature an in-line mic with a three-button controller for “premium sound control”.
HoM’s Voyage Sport BT in-ear headphones are “amazingly versatile, sweat-proof wireless in-ear headphones”, which HoM states are “perfect for an active lifestyle”. The Voyage BT feature a flexible loop for a comfortable, secure fit, and an adjustable cord length with microphone and three-button controller.
The Rise on-ear headphones, “an instant lifestyle essential and the ideal audio companion”, meanwhile, feature a 50 mm dynamic driver housed within ear cushions sustainably designed for comfort, while the wireless Buffalo Soldier BT on-ear headphones, “modern and sustainably designed with FSC-certified wood”, are powered with 40 mm dynamic drivers.
The Little Get Together BT speaker is a refresh of the signature HoM audio staple, the Get Together, decked out with “more sound, but in a smaller, more portable form”, while the Riddim BT speaker, an ultra-portable Bluetooth speaker, houses 1.5″ drivers and dual passive radiators paired with a tuned DSP.
The Bag of Riddim 2 portable Bluetooth speaker sports an integrated auxiliary input, while a built-in USB port is included for easy charging, with the singular audio system also including an integrated Rewind fabric travelling bag.
HoM is also integrating the Qualcomm AllPlay smart media platform into its line of home audio systems, allowing syncing with an array of other audio players, with the upgrade bringing the One Foundation, Get Together, and Get Up, Stand Up into the Qualcomm AllPlay ecosystem.
“We could not be more excited to roll out the most advanced and beautifully designed members of our audio line to date this year at CES,” Sam Vanderveer, HoM senior vice president and general manager, commented.
“Our products are an extension of a creative, adventurous lifestyle, and we love to lead the way in that lifestyle by surprising our customers and bringing them products like they never imagined before.”