What if someone told you that you could now carry live-performance quality music in your pocket?
Allow me to introduce the High Definition Music Card - a thin, portable device that comes in a USB format. The device was created by Alexander Goldberg Jero, the first winner of the Surround Sound Music Award in 2002. The music card was released with Mozart's Requiem on file.
The High Definition Music Card brings the experience of hearing a live performance to our daily devices. Jero explained that using the Music Card to listen to music is analogous to watching an IMAX movie in theaters as opposed to watching the same movie on your phone.
Compatibility is also a top priority of the High Definition Music Card. It allows the users to sync music between with multiple devices such as desktops, laptops, smartphones, headphones, blu-ray players, etc.
The HD Music Card is tipped to be the newest format for music lovers around the globe, and now we just have to wait for the releasing announcement!