Many of us grew up in a time when music wasn't very portable. We had vinyl, cassette tapes and some even go back to the good-old 8-track players. But the so-called portable players were big, bulky and required a power outlet or batteries that didn't last very long.
Finally, along came the MP3 player and the game changed forever. Listen to this Komando on Demand podcast where Kim looks at how the MP3 player revolutionized the world.
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Vinyl records, cassettes and CDs were once the staple for listening to music. Then, the invention of the MP3 player revolutionized the portable music industry and set the stage for the technology we have today. But when and where did the MP3 player get its start?
In this episode of Komando on Demand, Kim looks at the history of music technology and how the MP3 player revolutionized how we listen to music, audiobooks and so much more.
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