Music has a big place in the hearts of many people around the world. Even if you are not a musician, you might enjoy listening to music. Music is also being used in music therapy, to cure depression and stress. It really is an awesome art and one of the best things on the planet.
Technology has advanced over the years, and now we have some “must have” music gadgets that music lovers will adore. Let us start off with one of the more common ones:
- PRYMA Headphones
These $500 headphones really define what a stylish pair of headphones should be like. They are made using genuine leather, stainless steel, die-cast aluminum, and copper. You can get these headphones in 5 colors or variations. The Pure Black version is the most striking and the Rose Gold and Grey version seems to be the softest. You can change the headbands anytime, but they have a price tag of $75. You can also take off the aluminum ear cup.
- UE Boom 2 Speaker
The UE Boom 2 speakers are the latest from the Logitech Ultimate Ears Speaker line. They cost $200 but are worth every single penny. The quality of the speaker is fantastic for its price and provide up to 15 hours of playtime. You can use the UE Boom 2 with the UE app and it receives firmware updates as well from there. If your friend owns an UE Boom 2, you can connect your UE Boom 2s with his to double the fun with double volume.
- Archer Vinyl Record Player
Although record players are a thing of the past, they are by no means forgotten! You can still find plenty of records which deserve a great record player. The Archer Vinyl Record Player will cost you $100 and comes with an auxiliary input jack for your Smartphone’s music. The player is placed inside a 60s style suitcase, which makes it quite easy to carry around anywhere. You can use the player only for its speakers if you wish as well.
- AfterShokz Bluez 2s headphones
This pair of headphones let’s you listen to your favorite music through your cheekbones. This almost makes it the world’s first pair of cheekphones. The Bluez 2 is extremely useful for people do not wish to use a standard set of headphones due to the impact they have on the eardrums. They are priced at around $100.
- Jamstik+ smart guitar
So smart instruments were probably the last thing I honestly expected to pop up in the market. This $300 smart guitar will require you to buy an iPhone or iPad. It plays just like a metal string guitar, but the stings are on top of the fretboard and use infrared sensors to detect which note you played. It can be used by advanced players or be used by beginners. Beginners can even learn new songs using apps that are compatible with the guitar. Although it doesn’t replace a real guitar entirely, it is still a very useful gadget that can let your practice your favorite songs on the go.