Excerpt: We’re jammin’ mon, to the new Marley Liberate On-Ear headphones. These unique looking headphones are crafted from earth-friendly materials and wrapped in one of three fabrics made from ...
Pros: Great appearance, Eco-friendly build, Fantastic sound, Tangle-free cable with ControlTalk + mic, Great seal and noise isolation, Includes cloth carrying pouch, Not collapsable or foldable, Headphone cable is not removable, Not the most comfortable
Cons: Great appearance, Eco-friendly build, Fantastic sound, Tangle-free cable with ControlTalk + mic, Great seal and noise isolation, Includes cloth carrying pouch, Not collapsable or foldable, Headphone cable is not removable, Not the most comfortable
Summary: When I listen to these Headphones I always think to Polygamy.
That is because I am already in love for another Headphone but I am also attracted by these Liberate. They are not exactly my kind of headphones.
Pros: Good bass, pronounced warm mids, very nice uinique design, decent soundstage, good detail, ecological, fair price, and the name!
Summary: The Liberate headphones are an attractive offering from The House of Marley. The earth friendly design does not compromise the looks or design in any way and in some respects, makes them that much more attractive. The sound profile is warm and lacking high end.
Conclusion: House of Marley’s Liberate headphones are well constructed, affordable, and offer some moments of brilliance in the treble. But for us, when things got heavy down low, it was too much to handle. There simply wasn’t enough balance to keep the Liberate on our heads.
Pros: Well-sculpted treble, Great stereo spread, Solid, eco-friendly build quality
Cons: Bass is overwhelming on most mixes, Seriously, the bass is too much
Summary: Der Marley Liberate XL BT hat in allen Punken zugelegt. Größe, Ausstattung und Tragekomfort sind gewachsen und das Beste: Auch klanglich hat er klar an Größe gewonnen. Ich bin mir sicher, dass Marley mit dieser Abstimmung in Europa noch mehr Freunde finden wird.