Music is something that can stir so many emotions, it can make you want to get up and dance or it can make you want to curl up and cry. It is something that everyone has a different view on and many people like different types. Personally, I like an array of different genres, at the moment however, I am listening to a lot of All Time Low, Sum 41 and Bring Me the Horizon to name just a few.
I have to admit since the move to digital music, I listen to less music than ever before, with most of my listening happening at night as I go to sleep, or in the car. Perhaps mainly as I have never found a good speaker to help bring the music to life as fully as possible. That all changed though when I was introduced to the Dali Katch.
This beauty of a speaker is made by the Danish company Dali and is just hitting the shelves of the UK. It makes use of a mains rechargeable battery, which offers a battery life of up to 24 hours and takes only 2 hours to fully recharge. The main outer shell is hard and durable, while featuring a leather strap, perfect for carrying the Katch to whichever location you wish to listen from.
To link up your music is simple, I've previously found it very tricky to link my iPod to different speakers, but this one is almost automatic, with it being picked up very quickly and just needing the touch of a button to pair the two.
The speaker offers two sound profiles, clear and warm. Clear is perfect for your everyday easy listening, while warm offers a bit more base and is great for use in larger spaces.
I have to say that using the Dali Katch wireless speaker has brought a new world of music back into my life. After all not only does it have the best sound I have ever heard from a wireless speaker making it perfect for indoor use, it of course also offers an easy to transport design, making it the perfect accessory for taking away on holiday, or for a picnic in the park or at the beach.
However, perhaps most useful of all is the fact I can use it while I work – setting it up next to my work station means I have that background noise I personally need to work well, without having a show on that can easily distract me from the work I should be doing.
The Dali Katch is available to buy now, costs £329 and comes in a choice of 3 colours; cloud grey, moss green and dark shadow.
What do you think of the sound of the Dali Katch, would you like to have one in your home?