Saregama Carvaan Go portable speaker with 3,000 retro Hindi songs launched in India

Saregama Carvaan Go

“Saregama Carvaan Go supports FM and AM radio and microSD storage to store songs locally”

Saregama has expanded the Carvaan range of portable speakers in India with the launch of new Carvaan Go handheld speaker for a more personal listening experience. It weighs as little as 88 grams and comes preloaded with 3,000 retro Hindi songs categorised into Artistes, Specials, and pre-curated Playlists. The speaker also comes with FM and AM radio and a microSD card slot to play your local music.

Saregama Carvaan Go

The device has a built-in speaker to listen to music directly and doesn’t require an internet connection to play the pre-loaded songs. Users can also connect it through Bluetooth or Aux cable to use it as a music player. It is also compatible with the Carvaan App which allows users to select the songs or playlists from the library of 3,000 songs and play through Carvaan Go. The battery is rechargeable through microUSB port and the company claims it can offer up to seven hours of playback time.

Carvaan Go has a small screen which displays tracks being played, battery percentage, and audio source. It also includes artists, playlists, specials buttons and has playback controls to change tracks, play and pause, and favourite songs. The Carvaan Go is priced at Rs 3,990 and is available via the official Saregama website and all key stores across the country.

Vikram Mehra, Managing Director, Saregama said, “Carvaan’s unprecedented success proves that listening to customers pays rich dividends. Carvaan Go is our response to customer want for listening to their favourite music outside the home in a lean-back, uninterrupted fashion. Its light (88gm), fits into palm/pocket easily and has longer playback time (7hrs). And just like Carvaan, this product has also been fully designed internally by our employees.

Sai Krishna is a close follower of tech and everything that has the word 'smart' involved. This makes him passionate to write about everything revolving around the world of technology. He can always be seen surfing the web and while he’s not working, you can find him re-watching Seinfeld and reading comics.
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