The earth-friendly audio maker House of Marley has unveiled its first wireless headphones with active noise cancelling for US$249.99 promising a superior comfort and listening experience.
The Exodus ANC wireless headphones are available now from House Of Marley, Amazon and select retailers in the US and will be available in Australia for an RRP of $349.95.
Heralded as its most elite headphone to date, the Exodus ANC from House of Marley boasts a sleek and timeless look using sustainable materials like custom stained ash wood earcups.
Much like the Exodus headphones released back in April, the ANC headphones feature the same makeup of FSC certified wood and recyclable aluminium.
The foldable design features stainless steel hinges to match the dark gunmetal finish.
For those concerned with comfort, the headphones come with form-fitting memory foam earcups and a padded headband.
House of Marley Director of Product Development, Josh Poulsen anticipates the Exodus ANC to become a must-have for those looking for a sustainably designed alternative to over-ear ANC headphones without sacrificing superior quality.
Employing a four-microphone system, the Exodus ANC headphones use a hybrid noise cancellation method to filter out unwanted noise.
50mm hi-definition drivers can be powered for 28 hours of playback with active noise cancelling switched on, and up to 80 hours with the feature turned off.
Thanks to the included USB-C quick charge port, a 15-minute charge will deliver up to 6 hours of playtime, with a full charge possible in just three hours.
Bluetooth 5 technology also helps with battery life, as well as extending connection range and adding quick pairing for devices.
An onboard microphone allows for interaction with Siri or the Google Assistant, as well as promising quality phone calls.
An additional ‘monitor mode’ allows for easy access to play/ pause functions to allow for conversations with interruptions or the need to remove headphones.