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House of Marley EM-FH003-HA Exodus On-Ear Headphones with Integrated Microphone and Three-Button Remote (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Comfortable, detachable ear cushions for proper fit
  • FSC certified Beechwood, recycled aluminum, and ultra soft leather headband
  • Integrated Microphone with Three-Button Remote
  • 40mm Dynamic Drivers
  • 4ft braided cable and storage/carry case
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Product Description

Size: One Size | Color: Harvest

Marley Exodus on-ear headphones are the definition of premium sound and cool styling at the right price. They are made from a perfect balance of FSC-certified wood, recycled aluminum and natural leather. You are continuing your commitment to natural products. In return you get a high-quality music experience.

Product Details

Size: One Size | Color: Harvest
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 8.6 x 9 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005FO2CBG
  • Item model number: EM-FH003-HA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,660 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 7, 2011

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Pricey but worth every penny.
Kirsty Carrihill
Not only do they fit over her dreads, but she loves how they look and the sound quality is great...
Ailish
The only thing that is worth mentioning is the look.
Maxime

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Dale Thorn on December 13, 2012
Color Name: HarvestSize Name: One Size
Sources: iPhone4 alone, iPhone4 with PA2V2 amp using LOD, various computers using the Audioengine D1 DAC and the D1's headphone out.

Now here's an interesting dilemma - how to tell people who read this that the sound is way better than the price suggests, when I got it more or less by accident on the recommendation of a friend in the audio business. As I was unpacking the Exodus, my thoughts were about taking it to the shipper the next day to return it after my brief listen. But, it took only about 15 seconds to dispel that notion.

To my ears, the Exodus needs few words other than 'very good' or 'excellent' to describe the sound. One caveat: The highs are slightly softer than the Sennheiser Momentum, which in turn are slightly softer than the headphone with the flattest treble I know of - the Shure 1840. A few of the headphones I've purchased are treble-shy in the sense that they require a significant treble boost to be acceptable for high fidelity playback. The Exodus is not one of those. This headphone doesn't have as much lower midrange/upper bass emphasis as the Momentum, yet it has the right warmth for enjoyable music listening. That alone is good news, but the icing on the cake is, the overall bass is very good, very smooth, and being that my last few months' listening has been with fairly bassy headphones, having an immediate good impression of the Exodus is solid confirmation that the bass was done right.

I've read countless articles and forum commentary where people talk about burn-in, and either getting the headphone broken in or the brain adjusted to the sound signature, or both. In my case (and this may not apply to you), the 15 seconds I noted above were all I needed to know that I wouldn't have to spend a lot of time breaking this one in.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Fredericks on August 12, 2012
Color Name: HarvestSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
These headphones produce great sound for the money. I typically use them with a FiiO E17, and I'm quite pleased with the sound. However, they are extremely uncomfortable after about 15 minutes of listening. Admittedly, I have a large head (7 1/2 hat size), but these are bar-none the most uncomfortable headphones I've ever worn because of the "stretchy" strap that holds them on your head. I actually went to return them to Amazon today for this reason and I was about 6 days past my return window, so I taped the "stretchy" strap into place so the pressure was taken off of my cranium and it seems to work okay. I recommend them if you have a small head or don't mind modifying them to relieve a bit of the pressure.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jon on February 15, 2012
Color Name: HarvestSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
House of Marley has been a relative newcomer to the celebrity/lifestyle premium headphone genre (joining Beats by Dre, Soul by Ludacris, etc.).

When researching the different varieties of House of Marley headphones, I read several reputable audio review websites that touted the Exodus (this model) as top-sounding, even though it was not most expensive. (At time of purchase, I paid $149, but there was a $199 model available.) Upon receipt, I can vouch for the fact that these 'phones do not disappoint! The sound quality is fantastic.

A couple of key items to note:
1) they are on-ear headphones, meaning they sit on your ears instead of cover them (over-the-ear). I used to be solely a fan of over-the-ear, but I find these very comfortable even for extended wear.
2) the looks are very sharp; nothing cheesy or cheap about them.
3) the cord is woven, which is good for durability but makes it impossible/difficult to replace if needed

I really like these headphones. I deduct one star for two reasons (1/2 star for each):
1) the strap that rests against your head is "stretchy." While helping to keep the 'phones on your head, I found that it took some getting used to, and was slightly uncomfortable at first. One reviewer said he stapled the strap to the top at a fixed length. I suppose you could do that if you wanted, but it didn't annoy me THAT bad ...
2) the pouch is soft-sided, and is difficult (read: near impossible) to keep buttoned shut.
Those two are not a huge deal, but together, I felt they were worthy of a 1-star deduction to an otherwise near-perfect product.

At $149, this is a great buy; only rivaled by the Skullcandy Rocnation Aviators (over-the-ear, also great sound, also quite stylish) at this price, in the line of premium celeb/lifestyle headphones. I'd say these have a much better sound quality than the Beats Solos. I am happy with my purchase!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Jackson on February 10, 2014
Color Name: HarvestSize Name: One Size
The reviews on Amazon simply don't capitalize on the overbearing construction quality of these, but from just a few. These are rock solid, sturdy if not firm but intelligently designed and cultured headphones capitalizing on the them of sort of being 'organic' here... They beat 'Beats Audio' hands down and a number of magazines have stated so. I'm a Dre fan but clearly they are subpar on the cheap when you open these up and feel their originality and hear their quality. I've traveled the world from Japan to Turkey with these and get a number of people asking me what they are compared to the cheap plasticky image of BA. I even offer them up to be listened to and as expected, the surprise on peoples' faces never cease to make me chuckle. This is one of two pairs I own in the House of Marley collection. My earbuds are the EM-JE013-RT model. Another great package right out of the box. Other reviews will identify details and particulars, I'm just going to be realistic; I've been around music and concerts my whole life; The House of Marley EM-FH003s are incredibly impressive, point, set, match. I challenge you to locate a better priced and seriously built set of headphones. You can't. Beats' is overpriced and Ludacris' are just that! I can't believe he lowered his marketing expectations just to put that junk out. Sadly, their sales are showing just that.

Try a pair on and try a diverse amount of music through these; I submit, you'll be pleased with the depth and overall incredible coverage of these headphones. Cheers.
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