Eco-conscious audio brand, House of Marley, just released a new set of bookshelf speakers made from mindfully-sourced materials ahead of Earth Day 2021. The Get Together Duo Bluetooth speakers are the latest from the company’s Get Together line of home audio products featuring the signature REWIND fabric and solid bamboo materials.
The set offers 20 hours of playtime from the rechargeable right channel speaker and a mains-powered left speaker. While the left channel speaker remains on the shelf, the right channel speaker can move freely to another room or even outdoors.
The Get Together Duo boasts a 20W rating with 3.5″ woofers and 1″ tweets for high-quality bass and audio clarity. Bluetooth 5.0 along with AUX and Phono input connectivity allow for seamless pairing with a phone, laptop, TV or wireless turntable—like House of Marley’s own Stir it Up Wireless turntable. Each speaker measures 7.8″ tall, 5″ wide, and 4″ deep making them an ideal, compact option for desktop use.
“Our conscious construction is unique not only to our materials but how we apply them to the product,” explains House of Marley Director of Product Development, Josh Poulsen. “We use materials for their sustainable properties and their aesthetic quality, but also for their acoustical, mechanical properties as well. The bamboo in the Get Together Duo provides a modern look that’s rooted in a highly renewable natural resource. Produced using a carbon positive process, bamboo has a higher compressive strength than wood and a tensile strength that rivals steel. This allows the speakers to be more durable, while also enhancing the warm, rich sound.”
The Get Together Duo speakers are available now at thehouseofmarley.com for $149.99.
Jessica is the Chief Digital Editor for CT Lab Global Media, the North American platform for IFA Berlin.