House of Marley speakers bring reggae to Vegas in our video

We check out some of the delights on the House of Marley stand in glittering Las Vegas in our hands-on video.

We're over in glittering Las Vegas checking out the latest and best the tech world have to offer. This time it's the turn of House of Marley, the Bob Marley-branded audio company founded by Bob's own family.

House of Marley offers three ranges of speakers, docks and headphones to choose from, codenamed Jammin', Freedom and Destiny, which roughly equate to the decidedly un-Marley concepts of basic, mid-range and premium.

The star of the Jammin' range for us is the truly mental but nonetheless cool iPod dock in a holdall, named the Roots Rock. The awesomely titled Get Up Stand Up iPod speaker stand (we see what you did there, Bob) sits in the Freedom range and is just crying out to fill your living room with reggae beats.

We checked out the Trenchtown Rock noise-cancelling headphones and were pleased with their rich bass and smart stylings, but were slightly underwhelmed by the sonic definition.

Let Luke Westaway take you round the House of Marley stand in Vegas and be sure to let us know what you think of this addition to Bob's musical legacy in the comments below and over on our Facebook page.

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Andrew is a senior editor at CNET and has always been fascinated by tech. When not getting up close and personal with the latest phones, he can normally be found with his camera in hand, behind his drums or eating his stash of home-cooked food. Sometimes all at once.

 

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