World Music Day: Top 5 Gadgets you need for Good Music

A rhythm, a melody, and beat surround us always. Music creates a soothing aura around people. It is an art form which is widely seen as a cultural activity. From live shows to hearing it on various devices as speakers, headphones, MP3 players, etc, music has come a long way.

To celebrate this art form as a cultural activity widely, World Music Day begun. This is the day when the world tunes into celebrating music. Many theories were formulated as to how this day came into existence. Out of those one proclaims that it came into the picture with France and the summer solstice. It was a France-based American artist Joel Cohen who first proposed an all-night music festivity to mark summer solstice back in 1976. Since then, the idea has travelled miles and the world music day is celebrated worldwide.

World Music Day: Top 5 Gadgets you need for Good Music

It was a France-based American artist Joel Cohen who first proposed an all-night music festivity to mark summer solstice back in 1976. Since then, the idea has travelled miles and the world music day is celebrated worldwide.

But, why should we limit our celebrations to a single day? We bring for you a list of must-have accessories for listening to music.

Philips HTB 3520 5.1 Soundbar

This home theatre uses bass reflex technology and has soundbar type of speakers. It provides us with 5 speakers. Two are centre speakers and 4 are surround speakers. The frequency response range is from 20Hz to 20000Hz. The dimensions of center speakers are as 20mmX83mmX6mm and the front speaker dimensions are 29mmX125mmX29mm. The surround speakers enjoy the dimensions as 29mmX310mmX4mm. It does not have digital amplifier. The amplifier output is 60W.

World Music Day: Top 5 Gadgets you need for Good Music

Sony BDV-E3200/M 5.1 Home Cinema

This home theatre from Sony works on Bravia sync technology. The speakers are of home cinema type. We are provided with 5 numbers of speakers. There are 2 centre speakers, 2 front speakers and 2 surround speakers. The range of frequency is from 20Hz to 20000Hz. It comes with one year warranty and a digital amplifier. The amplifier output is 1000W.

Philips SHB4405

These headphones from Philips are compatible with media player, mobile phone and tablet. The frequency response range is from 20Hz to 20000Hz. It has a microphone and the mic type is directional. It has a volume up/down, play/pause, stop, previous track, next track control options. It is assisted with a USB cable and a user guide. It has a Y-shaped cord and weighs around 71g. it is easily connected to Bluetooth.

World Music Day: Top 5 Gadgets you need for Good Music

SONY NW-A25 PORTABLE HI-RES AUDIO WALKMAN

The Sony NW-A25 is a portable music player with 16GB internal storage which is expandable up to 128GB using microSD card. The device supports audio formats like mp3,

The Sony NW-A25 is a portable music player with 16GB internal storage which is expandable up to 128GB using microSD card. The device supports audio formats like mp3, wav, aac, flac, aiff, he-aac, wma, and Apple Lossless. It has a 2.2-inch TFT LED screen. It has built-in FM Radio feature. It has USB 2.0 port for data transfer and charging. Moreover, it has Bluetooth 3.0 support with LDAC and A2DP compliance for connectivity with wireless headsets.
It is noteworthy that the device doesn’t come with bundled headphones. It has a frequency response range of 20-40,000Hz.

Fiio High Res Digital X5

World Music Day: Top 5 Gadgets you need for Good Music

The Fiio X5 features a 2.4-inch IPS LCD screen. It supports 24-bit/192kHz-capable digital to analogue conversion when connected to the computer. The device doesn’t have internal storage, but it offers two microSD card slots with up to 128GB support on each slot. That mean you can use microSD cards up to 256GB on the device.
The Fiio X5 has USB OTG connectivity and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The device has a 3700mAh battery. It supports extensive file formats like WAV, APE, WMA Lossless, Apple Lossless, and FLAC. Also, it plays compressed formats such as MP3, WMA, MP2, OGG, AAC, and ALAC.

The device has a 3700mAh battery. It supports extensive file formats like WAV, APE, WMA Lossless, Apple Lossless, and FLAC. Also, it plays compressed formats such as MP3, WMA, MP2, OGG, AAC, and ALAC.

Enjoy your music with our list of best gadgets on the occasion of World Music Day.

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