Octo­ber 1 is World Music Day, to cel­e­brate it nois­i­ly and solemn­ly, you will sure­ly need the best devices to play your favorite tracks. That is why we have col­lect­ed the best devices for music lovers and musi­cians that will help make this hol­i­day of music spe­cial.

  1. Portable speak­er Nyne Bass Pro

The wire­less speak­er will allow you to enjoy music any­time, any­where. Nyne Bass Pro is a speak­er with a built-in sub­woofer that allows it to play music with loud and clear bass fre­quen­cies. This speak­er is ide­al for lis­ten­ing to music at home, as well as for noisy par­ties. Built on a 2.1 sys­tem, the Nyne Bass pro is capa­ble of cre­at­ing sur­round sound in the fre­quen­cy range of 15–20000Hz. The speak­er con­nects to a play­back device via Blue­tooth 4.0 and main­tains a con­nec­tion at a dis­tance of up to 30 meters. Thus, you can safe­ly con­nect the speak­er to a com­put­er, lap­top, play­er or smart­phone. The bat­tery is capa­ble of sup­port­ing con­tin­u­ous music play­back for up to 12 hours on a sin­gle full charge.

That’s not all, because the case is made of durable mate­ri­als and has a rub­ber­ized sur­face, it pro­tects the device from splash­es and drops of water and rain. All con­trol but­tons are locat­ed on the case. In addi­tion, the col­umn can be used as an exter­nal bat­tery for oth­er devices. Of course, such a device could not do with­out a built-in micro­phone — it will allow you to answer calls direct­ly from Nyne Bass Pro.

The Nyne Bass Pro com­bines high qual­i­ty and styl­ish looks with light­ing and tons of con­ve­nient fea­tures.

  1. Head­phones JBL E55BT

This mod­el of head­phones from JBL is designed specif­i­cal­ly to lis­ten to music from the play­er, smart­phone or tablet with­out get­ting tan­gled in wires. You can con­nect JBL via Blue­tooth to up to three devices at the same time. Head­phones are equipped with 50mm dri­vers that pro­vide loud and clear sound at any fre­quen­cy. Dynam­ic on-ear head­phones have soft pads that do not put pres­sure on the ears and do not cause dis­com­fort even when lis­ten­ing to music for a long time. The fre­quen­cy range from 20 to 20000Hz will allow you to enjoy dif­fer­ent gen­res and tracks.

The ear­buds are fold­able so they don’t take up much space in your bag. On the case there are con­trol but­tons and a vol­ume con­trol.

In addi­tion, JBL E55BT are equipped with a micro­phone, so they can be used as a head­set.

Head­phones do not pro­vide active noise can­cel­la­tion, so they are con­ve­nient to use in the city, on a walk or in pub­lic trans­port.

Not the last place is occu­pied by the design of the head­phones — mod­ern and con­cise, it fits any style of cloth­ing.

  1. Smart­phone Sam­sung Galaxy S9

Among mod­ern smart­phones, and espe­cial­ly those that are great for music, the Sam­sung Galaxy S9 stands out in par­tic­u­lar.

Sur­pris­ing­ly styl­ish design is com­bined in this smart­phone with pow­er. It is not sur­pris­ing that the audio sys­tem on this device meets all the require­ments of a mod­ern music lover. Stereo speak­ers designed by AKG are the per­fect com­ple­ment to your smart­phone, allow­ing you to enjoy high qual­i­ty sound. They are bal­anced and cal­i­brat­ed specif­i­cal­ly to ensure that the sound is spa­cious and rich. The Sam­sung Galaxy S9 also comes with a pair of AKG head­phones.

The rest of the specs are also impres­sive as the Sam­sung Galaxy S9 is a true flag­ship. The most pow­er­ful mod­ern eight-core Exynos 9810 proces­sor and 4GB of RAM work inside. The dis­play diag­o­nal is 5.8 inch­es, the dis­play itself is the high­est qual­i­ty Super AMOLED screen with 3d glass and curved edges. 12MP main cam­era and 8MP front cam­era let you take amaz­ing pho­tos. The bat­tery capac­i­ty of the smart­phone is 3000mAh, which means that you can enjoy music as much as you want.

The Sam­sung Galaxy S9 is per­fect for gam­ing, watch­ing movies, work­ing and of course lis­ten­ing to music.

  1. Audio-Tech­ni­ca AT-LP120 turntable

Vinyl records are famous for their high qual­i­ty and spe­cif­ic sound, so any music lover is famil­iar with them first­hand. Well, what can we say about DJs and musi­cians, for whom the play­er is a musi­cal instru­ment. And for those, and for oth­ers, the pro­fes­sion­al Audio-Tech­ni­ca AT-LP120 play­er will be an ide­al solu­tion. The device is equipped with a spe­cial motor for quick start and a USB port that allows you to con­nect the play­er direct­ly to your com­put­er. The play­er has three play­back speeds, fast for­ward and rewind func­tions, alu­minum plat­ter for records with a slid­ing coat­ing.

The func­tion­al­i­ty of the play­er is wide, but its appear­ance is no less impor­tant. Audio-Tech­ni­ca AT-LP120 com­bines retro motifs and mod­ern min­i­mal­ism. The device is equipped with a trans­par­ent plas­tic cov­er that pro­tects it from dust and dirt. All fit­tings are made of high-qual­i­ty mate­ri­als, and the con­trols are con­ve­nient­ly locat­ed, mak­ing the work with the play­er a pleas­ant and intu­itive process.

  1. Cowon Plenue D MP3 Play­er

Despite the fact that many peo­ple pre­fer to lis­ten to music from a smart­phone, some of us still choose MP3 play­ers in order to down­load enough tracks and lis­ten to them when­ev­er we want. More­over, the sound qual­i­ty of many of them can only be envied.

Cowon Plenue D is designed for 32GB of music with the abil­i­ty to grow mem­o­ry using a microSD card. The play­er is equipped with a col­or LCD dis­play, where you can see the track title and album art. In addi­tion, the con­trol is car­ried out using the touch screen. The play­er is able to play not only MP3 files, but also OGG, FLAC, AIFF, APE, WAV and Apple Loss­less. Thus, you can lis­ten to the tracks in the best pos­si­ble qual­i­ty. The body of the play­er is made of met­al, and the device weighs 94g.

On a sin­gle charge, the play­er can play up to 100 hours of MP3 tracks and up to 50 hours of FLAC. All that remains for you is to pick up high-qual­i­ty head­phones that will do the job.

MP3 play­er Cowon Plenue D is a real gift for music fans.

  1. Casio PX-160GD Dig­i­tal Piano

True con­nois­seurs of music cer­tain­ly strive not only to enjoy the sound, but also to play a musi­cal instru­ment. If you pre­fer the piano but are not yet ready to pur­chase an acoustic instru­ment, then the Casio Priv­ia dig­i­tal piano is the per­fect choice for you. This series of instru­ments is designed with the require­ments of pro­fes­sion­al artists in mind. The keys sim­u­late an acoustic instru­ment using the Tri-Sen­sor ham­mer action mech­a­nism, and the sound is as close as pos­si­ble to the sound of a piano or grand piano thanks to 128-note polypho­ny. The plas­tic case is durable and allows you to trans­port the tool with­out wor­ry­ing about dam­age. The vol­ume of the instru­ment is adjust­ed using a spe­cial knob. The piano has sev­er­al modes: organ, elec­tric piano and grand piano. The 88-key key­board with full-size keys is com­fort­able for both stu­dents and pro­fes­sion­als.

  1. Syn­the­siz­er Casio LK-280

The syn­the­siz­er is per­haps the most con­ve­nient tool for any­one who wants to learn how to work with sound. And the wider the func­tion­al­i­ty of the tool, the eas­i­er it is to use it to cre­ate var­i­ous sound effects. The Casio LK-280 is a piano-type syn­the­siz­er with 61 keys. It has touch sen­si­tiv­i­ty and a back­light that will prove indis­pens­able for learn­ing. In addi­tion, the syn­the­siz­er is equipped with a built-in step-by-step pro­gram that will allow you to learn how to play the instru­ment.

Thanks to the SD card slot, you can load new songs into the instru­ment. Plus, you can eas­i­ly cre­ate your own sam­ples, load songs, dig­i­tal effects, etc. on this instru­ment. The instru­ment is equipped with an auto har­mo­niz­er and arpeg­gia­tor, so your task will be incred­i­bly sim­ple. The syn­the­siz­er is equipped with a micro­phone input and a head­phone jack. The device is equipped with a dis­play, the case is made of plas­tic, and the syn­the­siz­er weighs 4.99 kg. You can choose the type of pow­er from the bat­tery, bat­ter­ies or mains, which makes the Casio LK-280 con­ve­nient for trans­porta­tion and con­certs.

  1. Elec­tron­ic drums Medeli DD512

In order to learn how to play the drums, it is no longer nec­es­sary to pur­chase a huge acoustic kit, it is enough to acquire elec­tron­ic drums. Medeli DD512 is a kit with 3 tom pads, 2 cym­bals, snare drum and Hi-Hat. The device is equipped with 64-note polypho­ny, 385 drum voic­es, 16 of which are user-defined and 24 are pre­set. You can record in real time as the unit has all the nec­es­sary con­nec­tors. In addi­tion, it is equipped with a back­lit LCD dis­play, which is indis­pens­able in the process of learn­ing to play the instru­ment. The unit itself is small and takes up very lit­tle space in the house, it can be eas­i­ly dis­as­sem­bled and trans­port­ed. The instal­la­tion vol­ume is also adjustable. The Medeli DD512 is ide­al for both begin­ners and pro­fes­sion­als.