Saregama has launched the Carvaan Mini Children, a transportable Bluetooth speaker designed for kids that comes pre-loaded with rhymes, tales, and studying subjects, in English and Hindi. It is the most recent addition to Saregama’s suite of Bluetooth audio system recognisable by their nostalgic, transistor-like design. Saregama is understood for its enormous repository of Indian music, and its audio system come pre-loaded with Bollywood music spanning the final 5 a long time — topped up with Malayalam, Telegu, Tamil, Bengali and Punjabi music in numerous fashions — making them extraordinarily well-liked amongst older listeners. But it surely’s the primary time that the corporate is attempting to woo a completely completely different technology.
Saregama Carvaan Mini Children worth
The Saregama Carvaan Mini Children, priced at Rs. 2,990, is among the many most inexpensive Bluetooth audio system within the Saregama lineup. It is related in design and specs to the Carvaan Mini that prices Rs. 2,490. On the top-end is the Saregama Carvaan 2.zero Gold that comes pre-loaded with 5,000 songs, helps Wi-Fi audio stations, and has audio system designed by Harman/Kardon. Earlier this 12 months, Saregama additionally launched a pair of wired earphones, the Saregama Carvaan GX01, for Rs. 1,599.
Carvaan Mini Children specs
The Carvaan Mini Children has a repository of 300+ tales, 80+ rhymes, and 15+ phonetic-based studying subjects for kids. It additionally has a loop perform to take heed to a specific nugget of content material on repeat. The moveable speaker may be wirelessly related to a supported gadget utilizing Bluetooth and likewise has Aux and USB ports, together with a 3.5mm audio jack to attach headphones. However not like the Carvaan Mini, it doesn’t assist FM/AM. The battery is claimed to provide six hours of playback. The speaker is available in a single dimension with dimensions 11x8x4cm and weighs simply 250g.
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