While music today often takes the form of digital media, CDs remain a popular item and an integral part of music education and therapy curriculum. Not all CDs are available in a digital format, though. That's why it is imperative to have a quality CD player. The portability of a CD player makes its use possible in a variety of locations. Between classrooms and home, to a practice area, and outside to the field - almost anywhere where you need to play music!
In addition to CDs, many boombox players also play older media like cassette tapes, which is ideal for libraries that have valuable, out-of-print recordings. Some players come as part of a ""media center"" which includes multiple sets of headphones and a storage case. These setups allow multiple students to listen at once, offering individual volume control for personalized preferences. Portable CD players and multimedia centers with tape players offer the ability to record student projects and practice. As an ideal piece of the music classroom, shop these players at West Music today!