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- Features specially designed REWIND recycled fabric and REGRIND post-process and post-consumer recycled silicone
- House of Marley plants a tree for every item purchased, and has planted over 25,000 trees!
- Ships in recycled and recyclable packaging
- Responsibly made in China
- Plinth: Bamboo
- Pad: Regrind Recycled Silicone
- Base: Formaldehyde free MDF
- Platter: Recyclable Aluminum Alloy
- Dust Cover: REWIND Recycled Fabric from 30% Upcycled Organic Cotton, 30% Upcycled Hemp, and 40% Recycled PET
- Solid bamboo plinth
- Solid aluminum alloy platter
- Rigid metal tone arm
- Replaceable Audio-Technica MM cartridge
- Built-in pre-amp to connect to matching Get Together speaker or pre-amp off for phono out
- USB to PC recording
- 3.5 headphone jack in front
- Universal AC adapter
- House of Marley offers a Two-Year Limited Warranty
- Ships same business day!
- Unopened, undamaged items in their original packaging may be returned within 30 days
- Type: Belt drive turntable, manual with auto start/stop
- Motor: DC servo-controlled
- Speeds: 33 1/3 RPM, 45 RPM
- 16.54 x 13.58 x 4.53 inches
House of Marley
Superior sound, sustainably crafted. Since its creation, House of Marley has been about bringing high quality design, build, and audio performance to customers who want low-impact, sustainable products by thoughtful companies. Not only do they use a number of post-consumer and upcycled materials, but they have joined forced with One Tree Planted and the Forest Stewardship Council to combat deforestation globally. While the materials are chosen for their sustainable properties and unique aesthetics, they also have amazing mechanical capabilities, making it one of the most forward thinking technology companies out. Each item is designed to have the longest possible battery life, using the smallest amount of energy. They are never satisfied, and continue to innovate every day, aiming to recycle or upcycle materials to find new solutions.See House of Marley