Do you remember the 70s and 80s of the last century? Even if not, you surely know very well what was fashionable at that time. American films and series have immortalized unique creations, and the music of that era has survived to this day and is doing well. No wonder then that trends from those years keep coming back. A great example of this are boomboxes. This equipment is inherently associated with young people and their entertaining lifestyle. Portable players have kicked off more than one party and have accompanied more than one team during street matches. Even if those times have passed, today they return. You can buy modern boomboxes, designed in line with retro fashion, at the Wasserman store.
Boombox - how to choose?
Currently, choosing a boombox is not so easy. In the past, this portable equipment simply had to have powerful speakers and the ability to play cassette tapes. Today, these are devices that offer many more functions. They not only have a built-in FM radio and CD reader, but also a USB socket or a memory card slot. It's not everything! Bluetooth boomboxes can wirelessly connect to your smartphone, so you can use them even while listening to music from the Internet. Such equipment will be useful during outdoor events, meetings with friends on the plot or matches on the eagles. Nothing prevents you from taking the USB boombox with you to the beach and enjoying your favorite music outdoors.
Boomboxes from well-known producers - Kruger & amp; Matz, Media-Tech
The Wasserman store buys boomboxes from well-known electronics manufacturers. Both Kruger & amp; Matz and Media-Tech are known for the high quality of their products. They consist of solid components, thanks to which they owe their durability, and above all - efficiency. Clean, loud and deep sound will pamper the ears of even the most demanding audiophiles. Some models of Media-Tech boomboxes are additionally equipped with a microphone, which allows you to organize karaoke competitions and record your own songs directly onto storage media. The players are designed according to the fashion of the 1970s and 1980s. They are characterized by, among other things, massive shapes and disproportionate details. Kruger & amp; Matz boomboxes are slightly simpler devices, the main advantage of which is compactness and handiness.