Good Music Deserves A Great Music System – Best Music Systems To Listen To Your Favourite Tracks On4 min read

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Steve McSteveface
A guy with a music blog who loves to blog and listen to music, so it all makes sense finally! Come and say hiya at talkaboutpopmusic.com or stevemcsteveface.com

Let The Music Come Alive – When it comes to music I’m a great believer that it needs to played on a quality set of earphones or room setup.

There’s so much choice out there these days and you can pick up a half decent sound system for a reasonable price but since I love my music so much, I’d rather not settle for second best. Two product ranges – Bang & Olusen and more recently the Panasonic Bluetooth Speakers.

I’m an audio person and I’d quite happily go without having a fancy television so that I could have a better music system. Before I list off my personal sound preferences I will point out that although I have expensive tastes I do not have wads of cash. I’ve saved & I’ve bought second hand as I’d rather hear my music the way it’s supposed to be heard and if that means going without other luxuries for a few months – fine by me!

So, why do I have expensive taste? Three words – Bang And Olufsen. Any ‘audiophile’ will have heard of this brand and yes, they are expensive! I used to work for the company and became hooked on the sound quality and design of their products. I could go down the ‘sales pitch’ route and tell you they are not ‘expensive’ and that they ‘just cost more’ but I won’t. However, 13 years after working for the company I am still hooked on their products!

Earphones

I’ve always had a set of A8 earphones in their various formats and I love them. I even went down the route of converting an old pair to bluetooth since the current range doesn’t have this style in wireless.

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Steve McSteveface

A guy with a music blog who loves to blog and listen to music, so it all makes sense finally! Come and say hiya at talkaboutpopmusic.com or stevemcsteveface.com

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