An electronics company with an iconic name is hitching its fortunes to the resurgence in vinyl records with a new eco-friendly product.
The House of Marley, named after the late reggae star Bob Marley, offers a range of sustainable music devices.
It is launching a new turntable called "Stir it Up." The $229 device features analog to digital conversion via a USB port, allowing records to be recorded and stored digitally, and is constructed from environmentally sustainable material.
Sustainability is a foundation of the House of Marley brand, which is why the company is releasing the Stir it Up to coincide with Earth Day on April 22. Marley-branded electronics use a blend of bamboo and other recycled or organic materials, such as cotton and hemp.