The Get Together Duo Bluetooth speakers, launched by House of Marley, can be considered a Get Together BT portable stereo cut in half, although the filling and the set of emitters in them are still different. They are related by design and environmental friendliness of materials. The speaker cabinets combine bamboo and signature Rewind fabric made from recycled materials such as cotton, hemp and recycled PET bottles.
Each of the speakers received a 115 mm mid-high frequency driver and a 30 mm tweeter, connected to separate amplifiers of 15 and 5 watts, respectively. At the same time, the Get Together Duo speakers are still not equal: the left one received a power supply unit, and the right one – a rechargeable one.
So you need to place one of them closer to the outlet. In relation to the second, there is complete freedom of action – it can even be used as a portable Bluetooth speaker. The charge will last for 20 hours of music.
In stereo mode, the distance between the speakers can be up to 10 meters. In this version, Get Together Duo interacts well with the proprietary Stir it Up Wireless turntable, for which the new product has a phono input. It was complemented by RCA line inputs and wireless Bluetooth 5.0.
In the US, a set of two House of Marley Get Together Duo speakers costs $150.