A small but emerging niche market within social entrepreneurship at large is munificent music accessories, that is, audio accessories like headphones and speakers that have a social slant.
One biggie in the market is House of Marley, which was recently profiled on Social Business. They've taken Bob Marley and used his name and his brand (yes, the Bob Marley "brand") in order to sell audio accessories. It's taken off much more than it would seem and stems from a range of other Marley-specific products, most controversially, the Marley's Mellow Mood, which has been pulled from New Jersey schools.
From reggae boombox packs from House of Marley to upcycled wooden audio gear and music-sharing charities, the sound here for these businesses is socially conscious.
From Reggae Boombox Packs to Upcycled Wooden Audio Gear
Energizing Effervescent Waters
Poland Spring Created Line of Sparkling Energy Water Beverages
Renewable Reggae Audio Accessories
The House of Marley Attempts to Channel a Music Legend
Bridget Hilton, Founder of LSTN Headphones (INTERVIEW)
Socially Conscious and Eco-friendly
DIY Customizable Speakers
The Origaudio Doodle Speakers are Interactive and Fun
OrigAudio Lets Everyone Enjoy Essential Tunes Sustainably
Blast Your Heaviest Bass with the House of Marley In-Ear Headphones
Rockin' Rastafarian Headphones
‘House of Marley' Audio Equipment Pays Tribute
Upcycled Wooden Audio Gear
LSTN Headphones Benefit Deaf Children in Need
Reggae Boombox Packs
Groove to the Music with the Bag of Rhythm Portable Audio System