At a press briefing at CES Tuesday for his Pono Music venture, rock legend Neil Young announced that Pono is working with Harman to put the high-resolution audio concept in cars.
Neil Young, an icon of music for going on five decades, hasn't listened to music for 15 years. Why not? Because music in the mp3 format is so degraded that Young can't stand it- even his own. "Everything else was getting better," he thought, "while music got worse." So the rock icon decided to do something about it- he built a new music ecosystem, including both a music store and a player. That's called Pono Music, and it's now reached retail, following the launch of the Pono Music Store.
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The Ponoplayer, the hardware part of a proposed new portable music ecosystem developed by music legend Neil Young with help from Ayre Acoustics, is set to arrive later this month at an MSRP of $399.
Neil Young's high-fidelity PonoPlayer PonoMusic Kickstarter for the high-fidelity music player and service launches this Wednesday. Want a music player and online purchase catalog that’ll bring...