As we limp towards the finish line of 2021, one thing that’s keeping us going is the holidays. With Thanksgiving officially over, the Christmas music season is upon us. Now we can hear the familiar melody again: “It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Everywhere you go”.
There are two kinds of people in the world: Those who listen to Christmas music before Thanksgiving ... and Grinches. Well, that’s not exactly true, but there is just something magical about Christmas songs that just set the mood -- the nostalgia, the traditions and the feeling that can only be described as jolly. I like to listen to Christmas carols during this festival season, giving me a warm, fuzzy and childlike feeling.
Music has been an essential part of any holiday celebration for centuries, especially Christmas. Christmas time always feels reassuringly familiar, but music and the way we listen to it are always evolving. You may take some portable music players from a Walkman, MP3, iPod, mobile phone, wired earphone, headset to TWS while going out. And you may have a phonograph, radio, record player, CD player, Bluetooth speakers or something else at home.
I like the HomePod mini that Apple launched at its October “Unleashed” event, the yellow and orange ones are particularly festive. It uses wireless technology, no audio port, only touch controls and a charging cable. It can fill the entire room with rich 360-degree audio and provides you with a good sound quality like deep bass and crisp high frequencies. If you are not into HomePod mini, you can connect your home music player with a 3.5mm aux port like old-school MP3, iPod, phone, tablet, or even PC to speakers that also have a 3.5mm jack, such as Echo, JBL, Bose, etc.
If your player and speaker supports Bluetooth, you can get rid of the shackles of the cable through the wireless connection. If you don’t choose Bluetooth or the device is not Bluetooth-supported, a 3.5mm male-to-male stereo aux cable comes in handy. The audio cable can also help connect your mobile phone and car stereo when you are driving, so you can enjoy classic Christmas songs when you go shopping or go home. If you prefer to use headphones to immerse yourself in music, a 3.5mm audio cable is also very useful.
CableCreation 3.5mm aux cable (Hi-Fi sound) features ultra-slim connector, so it’s easy to connect with phones or tablets without taking off your case. The soft nylon braided jacket has good resilience and keeps the cable tangle-free, no snagging and bending. The 24K gold-plated connector and aluminum alloy shell ensure high-quality, reliable and crisp sound for you, seamlessly transmit stereo audio.
You can enjoy Christmas music while baking cookies, making holiday crafts, filling out Christmas cards to send, or decorating your houses. Music is good for the soul and can brighten your spirits, and a Christmas music playlist just might be what you need to get in the holiday spirit. After all, Buddy the Elf always says, “The best way to spread Christmas cheer, is singing loud for all to hear.”
So pour yourself a glass of eggnog, hit play, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year”. Wish you a wonderful holiday season!