Music players have come a long way and have gone through almost all possible evolution to reach the peak of its production today as we know it. Remember when you could not play music until you had the very bulky set up which later got compact in the form of a boombox but still wasn’t mobile enough to carry inside backpacks. Those however evolved into a more sleek structure and design in which you had to stash your discs in a nearby carriage as you walked around with your headphones and a walkman, good old days.
Music players, however, hit the turning point with the introduction of more compact and sleek designs which needed no discs save for your Bluetooth and NFC capabilities and boom, you’re blasting your very favorite tune.
With this development and walk through evolution of the music players, the new world of music offers a variety of range in terms of design, sound quality and capabilities of the music player and we are here to narrow your choice down for you based on the functionality and the quality of sounds produced after all, what is a music player without quality sound production
Seeing as the market is in high demand for NFC and Bluetooth powered music systems, we will be focusing on such music systems which provide the basic connectivity options along with sleep design and of course, compact sizes.
The Devialet Phantom provides one of the bet sound production in term of the compact sized audio devices and goes for the sale price of $2000. The device which is available on Apple store, eBay and a variety of other e-commerce websites comes packing an amazing design
Gizmodo in its review of the product wrote that the 750-watt Phantom is capable of producing as much as 99 dB while playing music while the more premium 3,000-watt Silver Phantom plays music at 105 dB. The review further stated that the device, considering how loud it can get can cause hearing defect and subsequent permanent hearing loss when the audio is listened to at 100 dB for 15 minutes. This further proves how loud the device can get along with the premium sound quality produced, giving you the worth of the expensive cash paid to acquire it.
The Deviant Phantom sports one button, the power button and is mostly designed to be on and stay on at most times. It is available for sale at Apple Stores and comes with other accessories including the Devialet Dialog “intelligent hub” which goes for $330. The Deviant Dialog intelligent hub provides the USB port option, optical port, and an ethernet port for connection.
Sonos Play One
These wireless speakers have gained popularity all around the world mainly for their sound production along with the sleek design which brings an added advantage to it in the market. The Sonos Play One can successfully build you a home theater system by connecting other units of the wireless player.
It’s funny how buying just one could lure you into buying other units of the sound system which is a guarantee on the sound production and quality department.
B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen
Bang & Olufsen which is already known for its premium design and products went big o the B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen which although boasts of a compact and small body transcends the design in its sound production, it comes packing a punch with 360º audio and 180W of power which puts yu right at home and in the mood wherever you find yourself with your music playing.
Bose SoundLink Color
Bose went on an epic run with the wireless sound system it produced. As if to make a statement notifying other tech companies of its big market share and of course, design and performance, the Bose SoundLink Color comes in a premium pack with all the sound quality you may need to be added on. The quite affordable wireless sound system is also available in a range of appealing colors with a solid and portable frame to go with.