“I was looking for some headphones that looked good on a budget and I wasn't disappointed. They look amazing, especially with the wood and the metal. they are really comfortable with super plush earpads, however if your head isn't the right shape you are out of luck because there is no movement in the earcups whatsoever. You can trust that these headphones wont break, I've had...” --Klitschko
“OK if you haven't got it l love these !! l love the sound ,the colors ,the feel ,the weight & comfort ,the price ,the Cable feels and looks great & doesn't freeze outside too bad .l can wear these across town on the bus NP .So easy to wear and put in like l said set it and forget it .GREAT deal for not so much $$$$ ” --drkrazyrich
“ Great packaging, great build quality. On pair with or even exceeds hifi-phones in the same price range. Makes Bose QuietComfort 15 look lite cheap toy phones in comparison. The sound is good, I have compared them against my MDR-MA900 and they are not far from them. The Destiny has more base but a little less refined than the 900, I think alot is because the Destiny's is more...” --vackraord
“So, I had the House of Marley Roar for a while, and I liked the bassy sound but it was missing the clarity. I tried the Revolution, they sounded muffled and bassier. I tried the Liberate, and they sound a bit better than the Roar. Then there was that one headphone from the brand, and it really caught my eye. It looked like something from the 80's mixed with the nice youth style. I tried them...” --3xclu5ive
“ Introduction and Design I got the Exodus because it was on sale for $49 like new, which is a phenomenal price, and I used them to replace my Brainwavz HM3 as my on-the-go portable. When I received it, the plastic wrappings on the headphone itself hadn't even been broken. I loved the overall look and feel of the headphones before I put them on my head. They felt pretty sturdy, but just from...” --SanjiWatsuki
“ I want to thank The House of Marley for allowing me to review their headphones. For those who aren't aware of The House of Marley go check out their website! They are partners with the 1LOVE movement to spread peace. Pros: Eco-Friendly, iPod Remote, Wood, Bass lovers IEM Cons: Pushy bass, recessed miss, rolled off highs,...” --keanex
“So, first of all you might be wondering why even bother reviewing a headphone that nobody knows about, has ever heard of, and most likely will never own or see in real life? Simply put, I think that this headphone deserves it. There are many of the 70's Pioneer clones, so it's good to give people an idea about them if there is any interest. Pros: - Aesthetics and construction are...” --GREQ
The House of Marley Stir It Up Over-Ear Headphones - Freedom Collection - Three-Button Apple Mic (EM-FH013-HA)
Feel real. Hear the real. Sitr It Up headphones offer up an uninterrupted experience. Hear the bass, the drumbeat and every colorful melody the way it ought to be head. And hear through the headphones the way they ought to be made, with natual materials that are held to the highest environmental standard. Eco-responsible materials include: Durable canvas, aluminum, FSC beech wood, ultra soft...
Black Pearl is a project introduced after three years of the Moonlight's evolution. Its intention was to create a headphone amplifier with at least equal sound quality followed by much higher output power, enabling the amplifier to work well also with hard to drive high impedance dynamic and orthodynamic headphones. Besides higher power the Black Pearl has got another advantage over...
Share the Love With the World Stylish, sleek and made from recyclable aluminum housing accents. These headphones let you show you’re all about One Love. Crafted perfectly for bass lines, you’ll never miss a beat. They truly offer a unique look and listening experience.