House of Marley Liberate Air review

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Specs / Features


Overview
Type In-Ear
Volume Control No
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling No
Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date July 30, 2019
Size
Weight 14 grams
(0.49 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Headphonecheck.com

Sustainable true wireless in-ears with touch control

from Headphonecheck.com

If you can do without a volume control, House of Marley’s Liberate Air makes a handy, sustainable package consisting of completely wireless in-ears and a transport case with stylish bamboo finishes. The fast-charging headphones score points with precise touch control, good microphone quality an...More

If you can do without a volume control, House of Marley’s Liberate Air makes a handy, sustainable package consisting of completely wireless in-ears and a transport case with stylish bamboo finishes. The fast-charging headphones score points with precise touch control, good microphone quality and aptX codec support. Apart from the limited level stability in the trebles, the sound also meets more sophisticated demands and has strengths for listening to vocals and bass-heavy music.

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The Gadgeteer

Great listening experience

from The Gadgeteer

The Liberate Air earbuds from House of Marley are great earbuds that suffer from pairing and connectivity issues. If you’re pairing with more than one device it could be a deal-breaker. The touch controls don’t help in my case, but you could feel differently. They do look and sound really nice and the use of sustainable is commendable.

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The Liberate Air earbuds from House of Marley are great earbuds that suffer from pairing and connectivity issues. If you’re pairing with more than one device it could be a deal-breaker. The touch controls don’t help in my case, but you could feel differently. They do look and sound really nice and the use of sustainable is commendable.

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TrustedReviews

A decent-sounding pair of true wireless earphones with a conscience

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House of Marley’s Liberate Air are an environmentally conscious pair of true wireless earbuds at a well-judged price. While they're by no means flawless, they sound good and it would be difficult to find a pair of sustainable true wireless earphones at this price point.

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House of Marley’s Liberate Air are an environmentally conscious pair of true wireless earbuds at a well-judged price. While they're by no means flawless, they sound good and it would be difficult to find a pair of sustainable true wireless earphones at this price point.

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What Mobile

Looks really great, bassy sound

from What Mobile

Overall, these buds look really great and if your looking for the eco-friendly design your be happy. However, If the sound is more important I feel the bass does not do these any favours unless your listening to grime artists like Stormzy or Wiley you will enjoy these but for anything a bit more...More

Overall, these buds look really great and if your looking for the eco-friendly design your be happy. However, If the sound is more important I feel the bass does not do these any favours unless your listening to grime artists like Stormzy or Wiley you will enjoy these but for anything a bit more pop or RnB with a more natural sound profile you won’t like these.

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Headphone Review

Solid sound quality, nice design

from Headphone Review

The House of Marley Liberate Air headphones are a solid option. They feature a stunning design, excellent battery life, and sound pretty good too. But are they the best true wireless headphones out there? Well, if getting something sustainably sourced is important to you — and it should be to everyone — then these are a great option.

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The House of Marley Liberate Air headphones are a solid option. They feature a stunning design, excellent battery life, and sound pretty good too. But are they the best true wireless headphones out there? Well, if getting something sustainably sourced is important to you — and it should be to everyone — then these are a great option.

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Sound Guys

Environmentalists and audio enthusiasts, unite

from Sound Guys

While the Liberate Air isn’t the best bang for your buck in terms of audio clarity, eco-conscious consumers can listen easily, knowing a portion of their purchase went toward reforestation efforts. If you want a compact pair of true wireless earbuds with unique bamboo accents, these are worth considering.

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While the Liberate Air isn’t the best bang for your buck in terms of audio clarity, eco-conscious consumers can listen easily, knowing a portion of their purchase went toward reforestation efforts. If you want a compact pair of true wireless earbuds with unique bamboo accents, these are worth considering.

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TechRadar

Earth-friendly earbuds

from TechRadar

If you’re a dedicated eco-warrior, these bamboo-clad buds could be a great way to go wireless; however, a bass-heavy soundstage means they don’t compete with audiophile true wireless earbuds like the Cambridge Audio Melomania 1.

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If you’re a dedicated eco-warrior, these bamboo-clad buds could be a great way to go wireless; however, a bass-heavy soundstage means they don’t compete with audiophile true wireless earbuds like the Cambridge Audio Melomania 1.

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PC Magazine

Solid audio, but there are more compelling options

from PC Magazine

House of Marley's Liberate Air earphones have a cool design, good battery life, strong mic clarity, and deliver some solid, bass-forward audio. On the downside, the pairing process is annoying, there's not much in the way of accessories, and the on-ear controls aren't as easy to operate as they could be.

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House of Marley's Liberate Air earphones have a cool design, good battery life, strong mic clarity, and deliver some solid, bass-forward audio. On the downside, the pairing process is annoying, there's not much in the way of accessories, and the on-ear controls aren't as easy to operate as they could be.

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Good Housekeeping

We loved both the sound quality and the eco-friendly design

Good Housekeeping

If you’re eco-conscious and looking for a pair of great-sounding wireless headphones, you won’t need to look further than the House of Marley Liberate Air earbuds. They’re made from bamboo, aluminium and recycled materials, and for every pair purchased, House of Marley donates to their part...More

If you’re eco-conscious and looking for a pair of great-sounding wireless headphones, you won’t need to look further than the House of Marley Liberate Air earbuds. They’re made from bamboo, aluminium and recycled materials, and for every pair purchased, House of Marley donates to their partner organisation One Tree Planted too. Your music will sound great with these, and they do a good job at keeping background noise out too. The best part? The earphones last nine hours but they also come with a charging case, so you’ll have 32 hours of battery life at your fingertips.

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Digital Trends

The renewable way to go wireless

from Digital Trends

The House of Marley Liberate Air are a beautiful pair of sustainably-made true wireless headphones with great battery life, but finicky touch controls and a slightly muddy sound signature keep them off our best-of list.

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The House of Marley Liberate Air are a beautiful pair of sustainably-made true wireless headphones with great battery life, but finicky touch controls and a slightly muddy sound signature keep them off our best-of list.

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