(as of Jun 16,2020 02:56:01 UTC – Details)
A beautiful metallic body, a treasure trove of 5000 old hindi songs and crystal clear sound, bring home the Saregama Carvaan Gold with iconic Harman Kardon sound. The 5000 pre-loaded songs are categorized into stations based on lyricists, actors, singers, music composers, specials. Each music station can be selected by turning a jog-dial. With the turn of a knob switch from Kishore Kumar classics, to R.D Burman’s pulsating hits, to songs posturized on the angry young man – Amitabh Bachchan and other legends of Hindi Cinema. In addition, you can enjoy an array of specially curated stations like Romance, Sad, Gurbani, Kapoors, Ghazal, Bhakti and many more. Carvaan Gold also houses Ameen Sayani’s Geetmala countdown collection spanning 50 years. Other than the pre-loaded collection, this version of Carvaan comes with many Wi-Fi based stations across genres like devotional, health & wellness, kids, bollywood, and many more. To enjoy Wi-Fi based stations connect Carvaan to a Wi-Fi network using the ‘Saregama Carvaan’ app. You can also enjoy your personal collection of songs by plugging in a USB drive. Alternatively, you can connect your phone or tablet to Carvaan Gold using Bluetooth or an AUX IN cable. Carvaan Gold also has AM/FM making it the go to music system in your home. Download the ‘Saregama Carvaan’ app on your Android or iOS mobile phone to view the entire list of 5000 songs on Carvaan Gold, search a song, artiste or album and create playlists with your favourite songs. Carvaan Gold works on a rechargeable battery that lasts for approximately 5 hours. The product is backed by providing 1-year free replacement warrantry. With its premium retro look, extensive content library, ease-of-use and warranty, Saregama Carvaan Gold with the iconic Harman Kardon sound is the perfect gift to buy for yourself or your loved ones.
5*2 Watt Speakers – Sound by Harman/ Kardon
App support on iOS and Android to search a song & create playlists
Wi-Fi enabled to access additional 15000 songs