BOSE SOUNDLINK II: Listen to the music
The formerís style marks a sensitivity that is best reflected through his writings and treatment of films. A major highlight of the biographical television drama series were the Ghalib nazms or ghazals in the voice of Jagjit Singh. Be it Aah Ko Chahiye or Hazaron Khwahishen Aisi, the late singer sang the ghazals in his beautiful, deep voice.
Recently, I revived the magic of Mirza Ghalib at home on a Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Mobile Speaker II. Truth be told, only a Bose system can do justice to the soulful voice of Jagjit Singh and beautiful narration of Ghalibís letter in Gulzarís voice. Bose has made and excellent portable speaker. On this R23,513-a-piece device, you can enjoy your music wirelessly from your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or other Bluetooth enabled device anywhere you choose.
Personally I believe that techies at the Massachusetts-based audio equipment firm (Bose) come up with better sound through research. They strive to reproduce the musical sounds as closely as possible to those of the original performance. This means that they genuinely avoid flashy sounds such as those associated with accentuated bass and/or treble frequencies. While those sounds may be initially attractive to the novice, they are not real and are not enduring.
Back to the SoundLink II. This is an update to what was already a popular
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