Bob Marley’s son Rohan has spent the past five years putting together sustainable-minded audio gear for the House of Marley brand. We’ve had positive experiences with the company, which has offered great-looking audio gear with solid performance at affordable prices from the get-go.
Given the Marley family brand’s history of quality products, we were excited to get our hands on the company’s first turntable, which we briefly glimpsed at CES 2016. An affordable player with a sleek and renewable design, the belt-driven Stir It Up turntable is a quality offering that’s easy on the eyes and the ears, and a solid new option for burgeoning vinyl collectors everywhere.
Out of the box
The Stir It Up ships in an attractive, recycled-cardboard box in a few simple-to-assemble pieces, with the platter, slip mat, belt, 45 RPM adapter, and counterweight all easy to locate. RCA, USB, and power cables are also in the box, along with a cloth dust cover. As with most turntables, there’s nothing particularly magical about this unboxing experience, but the packaging does convey a quality experience.
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