Tunes from Your Beanie

Technology introduces music to your clothing accessories.

13 September 2019 | Technology

Aliché Januarie





Listening to music is something every person does. Music is a universal language. The means of going through your playlists, however, vary. For decades, the earphones and headphones were used to listen to music. They came in all different shapes, sizes and colours. More recently, the Bluetooth versions were brought to our disposal. Since technology advances by the hour, something completely extraordinary whilst modest has been introduced.

Listening to your favorite tracks has become more digitalized with the latest headphones. With the existing Bluetooth headphones taken to the next level, the Bluetooth Beanie Headphones have now come to the shelf.

This new musical auxiliary is just like any other beanie, except that it has two speakers enclosed within. It therefore looks absolutely normal with the same average weight as any other beanie. With it naturally being an accessory it does not block out all immediate sounds and one would still be spatially aware. It allows you to connect with any Bluetooth devices and hence operates wirelessly. Taking phone calls is also possible although the quality of it is debatable. Every beanie has to be washed and to wash this one, you are required to remove the two speakers through a slip as removal provision. As for charging the beanie headphones, it typically takes two hours, through an embedded charging socket.



The Namib Mirabilis ask Gerrit Grové if he would buy a Bluetooth beanie head phones? This is what he had to say, “Beanies would most definitely be more comfortable than a pair of headphones or earphones, which fall off or cause sore earlobes after time.” He explains the disadvantage being that it would spoil one’s hairstyle or look too informal. “Beanies also do not suit everyone. To have this accessory during the winter is highly endorsed but understandably not in the summer. Its lack of isolating surrounding sound would also affect the quality of your jam session.”



Interesting snack facts when listening to music

· In 2016, Mozart sold more CDs than Beyoncé, Drake and Adele.

· Listening to music while exercising enhances your physical performance.

· The British navy uses Britney Spears songs to jolt off pirates

· Music helps plants grow faster as it is claimed that they have genes, which allow them to ‘hear’.

· Music indorses a healthy cardiovascular system.

· A song stuck in your head is called an earworm.

· Cows produce 3% more milk when listening to relaxing music.

Bluetooth beanie Headphones are just the beginning. With music being one of the most popular ideas to mankind, improving its enjoyment will never seize to exist in the minds of our inventors.

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