House of Marley has been waiting for months to debut their new Liberate family of products, and at CES 2014 last week, they made waves around the tech world doing just that.
Launched to widespread critical acclaim at the Las Vegas tech convention, the new ‘Liberate’ line includes: the Legend ANC (active noise-canceling) headphones, the Liberate XL Bluetooth Headphones, and the Liberate Bluetooth portable audio system. All of these products are aimed to further improve on the Marley signature sound and are built to deliver an impeccable audio experience.
The result? Don’t take our word for it… check out what people at the event had to say about them:
And while convention-goers whole-heartedly embraced the company’s bold introduction into the active noise-canceling headphone category, the true word-of-the-week for House of Marley at CES was “wireless.”
The Liberate Bluetooth portable audio system packs a surprising punch in an elegantly small package. Wrapped in their patented REWIND fabric – made from recycled water bottles, organic cotton and hemp – you can connect and listen to Kaya or Exodus with the simple push of a button. As the company itself admits, “these are some of our best sounding (and looking) portable audio systems yet.”
But, House of Marley’s unquestioned show-stopper came in the form of their all new Liberate XL Bluetooth Wireless Over-Ear Headphones. With unparalleled quality, comfort and style, the company’s first foray into the wireless headphone category also became their first “Best in Show” winner from renowned tech publication, iPhone Life Magazine.
Below is an interview Rohan Marley did with MommyTech, and some photos House of Marley posted from their booth, at CES 2014: