The House of Marley announced the release of Bag of Rhythm, the newest addition to the company’s line-up of portable speaker systems, which includes Nomad, Block Party and Djembe.

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COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – This portable speaker system provides the way to bring the Marley spirit, way of thinking and music wherever you go. The MARLEY Bag of Rhythm is made from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified, sustainably sourced Birch wood with a bag made from cotton. Equipped with an iPod and iPhone docking and charging station, Bag of Rhythm features twin 1″ tweeters, twin 4.5″ high-definition woofers and a powerful amplifier that delivers amazing output with crisp detail and deep, powerful bass to play the music loud and proud.  An aux-in port connects hundreds of devices (cable included). The Bag of Rhythm uses a universal 100/240 BAC power adaptor; it is also compatible with a 12V car plug and can also be powered by D batteries for portability.

MARLEY products come with the Marley "Signature" Sound, incorporating more than 30 years of audio expertise into the design of the acoustics of their audio products. It is the goal of House of Marley to produce audio products with smooth, powerful bass, mids with stunning presence, and an energized high-end that brings songs to life. Each product undergoes custom tuning for its particular size, shape and material.

The House of Marley, besides expanding on its MARLEY audio line, will stay true to its lifestyle roots by introducing watches, bags and other accessories in 2012.

The House of Marley donates five percent of annual profits to 1Love.org, the global movement sparked by the Marley family that provides funding to charities and causes focused on youth, planet and peace. In addition to the Bag of Rhythm, MARLEY headphones are currently available in markets worldwide including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Hong Kong, Korea, South America, The Middle East and the Caribbean with planned expansion into the rest of Europe in 2012.