House of Marley EM-JH063-RA Rise Up Rasta On-Ear Headphones

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Made with earth-friendly materials, including bamboo-fiber ear cushions, the Marley Rise Up collection is truly unique as an aviator, over-the-ear style headphone. Multiple color ways, extreme comfort, outstanding sound quality and a unique design allow you to express yourself in style and enjoy your music knowing you’re helping the earth. Product Features Recyclable aluminum and

Made with earth-friendly materials, including bamboo-fiber ear cushions, the Marley Rise Up collection is truly unique as an aviator, over-the-ear style headphone. Multiple color ways, extreme comfort, outstanding sound quality and a unique design allow you to express yourself in style and enjoy your music knowing you’re helping the earth.

Product Features

  • Recyclable aluminum and durable canvas components
  • Soft bamboo-fiber ear cushions
  • 4-Feet braided cable
  • Microphone with Apple three-button controller
  • Carry Case

Comments

Dustin Alan "Inspirit" says:

Not the best but the designs are amazing Overall I kept these since the seller had a 15% restocking fee and they’re not horrible. These are definitely competing with the beats audio range of products. The mids are a little muddy but the lows are really clean and the treble is okay. If you have an equalizer they can be improved and sound pretty good. These however are a consumer product and not professional audio quality. I mean they have a built in headset and remote… We’re you expecting anything else?The designs are really great tho and look so much better than my sennheisers. I just wish they weren’t focusing on a rap style base sound profile cause they have so much potential but I guess that’s their market and most consumers like bassy headphones.I did compare these side by side to my hd 280s. So that muddy mids and bass is less than an opinion and more of a fact cause the big c-clamp hd 280s are more or less the standard at this price range. The sennheisers are just ugly IMHO so I needed…

Douglas J Coyle says:

Horrible!!! These headphones are waaaaaaaaayyy too bassy. I work in the music business so I especially know what I’m hearing. I tried them alongside my Bose headphones while listening to Bob Marleys remastered classics and they made the mix muddy and made my ears excessively hot due to the fabric I assume. Its too bad because they look amazing and seem to be well built.

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