House Of Marley’s Stir It Up Turntable Is Made With Hemp & Plastic Bottles

Eco-friendly turntable attaches to growing audio category
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Joining the rising tide of turntable sales will be House of Marley’s newest model, the eco-friendly Stir It Up.

Manufactured with a solid bamboo plinth, recycled silicone rubber, organic cotton, and upcycled hemp and plastic bottles, the Stir It Up features a solid metal tone arm, solid aluminum alloy platter, a replaceable Audio-Technica cartridge, USB-to-PC recording capability, front headphone jack and 3.5mm stereo aux cable.

The belt drive has automatic pitch control and an auto-start feature, while the an auto power-off feature is designed to reduce energy consumption.   

It’s currently available for a $229 suggested retail.  


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