House of Marley Rebel True Wireless Earbuds Review

House of Marley Rebel True Wireless Earbuds

8.5

8.5/10

Free your mind and your music with House of Marley Rebel True Wireless Earbuds, offering a True Wireless Audio experience in a compact and elegant design. Dive into the details of your favourite songs with Rebel’s ultra-comfortable and noise-isolating ear tips. Consciously crafted from natural bamboo, Rebel lets you listen with purpose from a product with purpose.

House of Marley Rebel True Wireless Earbuds Review

As usual with Marley, the headphones came in plastic-free packaging but were nevertheless carefully packed. As with most other Marley models, there are three different eartips to choose from instead of two – to make them easy to distinguish, they have a colourful ring on the inside: red (small), yellow (medium), green (large). I chose green, although I don’t have such big ears – for other brands I prefer the middle ones. Could be a problem for people with really big ears.

The tips are soft and comfortable, do not itch (I had that in the “Champion”, also from House of Marley) or press (all models by Soundcore). They are also very light, although they look rather massive at first glance.

Underneath the wood-clad exterior of the headphones is a touch sensor that reacts very easily and promptly. On a tested product from Soundcore, the buttons didn’t want the way I wanted, I had to tap hard for something to happen. But not so with “Rebel.” A light tap is enough and he does what it should.

I have the “fast forward” and “volume up/down” function so far (which almost no Bluetooth headphones come with me!) tested and can’t complain. The volume can even be adjusted incrementally — if you keep your finger on the touchpad for longer, you can practically see the slider on the display slowly wandering up. Until now, he only knew this in stages.

House of Marley Rebel True Wireless Earbuds Review

The sound of the headphones is very good. They are a little quieter than Soundcore, for example, but that doesn’t detract from the matter – it’s also about quality, not just quantity.

The Marley headphones generally have a very warm, natural sound that I find very comfortable. Voices sound real, not distorted. Details are audible. There is no problem with heights either. Basses sound pleasant as they should, not overpowered and artificial that it practically “pushes” on the ear (there are enough users who want just that – but I find “bass pressure” just uncomfortable). Especially guitar-heavy sounds pleasant – I heard The Gaslight Anthem and Corey Taylor with the “Rebel” among others and was very impressed.

I’m not sure if the headphones should have noise-cancelling… I find that you can hear some low background noise without transmission, which indicates. On the other hand, you can add necessary (! You can still hear ambient sounds very well so you can safely move around the road and still hear approaching cars or train announcements when commuting. You don’t have the feeling that your ears are “stuffed up”, it’s more of a very natural feeling.

I didn’t notice any noise caused by movement, so the headphones should also be suitable for sports. I didn’t test the phone functions because I only bought the headphones for listening to music.

The susceptibility to interference is immense, I haven’t experienced that with any headphones before except House of Marley’s Bluetooth models! There are three corners in my apartment where the signal cracks. Although there is nothing on at least two of them that could cause a disturbance. Even if your phone is too deep in your pocket, it will still be dropouts.

House of Marley Rebel True Wireless Earbuds Review

Second minus point (but a very, very small one): The system sounds like the “battery low” are extremely loud, no matter what volume you use. In addition, if you set it too loud, you will be alerted by an audio signal. But think that this may be a requirement in some countries and Marley has incorporated it to serve the international market without any problems.

Overall, the House of Marley Rebel True Wireless Earbuds is a solid offering from Marley.

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