Billy Dillon is a bass fanatic. He drives a Mazda 3 sound machine, powered by a 13-speaker Bose system, and welcomes the opportunity to share his music with anyone (especially in the car next to him).
For him, the challenge has always been getting enough volume to satisfy his audio needs (even with the bass levels maxed out). That changed when he picked up his latest phone:
@htc I kid you not I’m hearing things I haven’t heard before in music I’ve been listening to for months. The Evo LTE is simply amazing.
Now, with Beats Audio in his HTC EVO 4G LTE, Billy says he hears more of the music he loves, especially in the low and high ranges. “I don’t have to turn the volume up as much and my girlfriend even noticed the sound difference.”
And that’s the power of Beats Audio. Whether you’re an old school rocker jamming to Rush or Van Halen, a Hip Hop fan hooked on Jay Z and Kanye, a folk fan relaxing to Bon Iver, or you secretly play Lana Del Rey at max volume while cleaning the house, having an HTC smartphone with Beats Audio makes it possible for you to hear, and feel, your favorite music, the way the artist intended.
Now we’d like to learn more about how you listen to music on your HTC phone. Are you like Billy Dillon, using Bluetooth to stream music from your phone to your car or do you have a different setup?
Share some photos and stories about your rig and tell us how you let those around you enjoy the music you love.