What Hi-Fi?


The Sony Walkman allowed us to take our music outside easily a generation and a half ago now – and people took to the concept of a portable music player with astonishing speed. The advent of digital music, in the form of the mp3, took things on, and the iPod was born in 2001. Now, not far from entering the third decade of the 21st Century, we are all plugged in to mobile devices that will do a whole lot more than play music, of course. But, for us, the music is where it’s at, and for that the iPod is still the go-to player.

You won’t want to keep your tunes

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