We now know how Neil Young plans to make his dreams of high-quality digital music come true: crowdfunding. The artist’s company PonoMusic is launching a Kickstarter campaign on March 15th that will let you reserve the PonoPlayer, Young’s long-teased, audiophile-grade portable jukebox. The 128GB device will set you back a whopping $399 when it goes on sale (less with the Kickstarter discount), but its creators are promising audio fidelity worthy of the price tag. The hardware will offer natural-sounding digital filtering from Ayre Acoustics, ESS’most advanced digital-to-analog converter and “perfectly flat” frequency response with most any set of headphones. As you might expect, there will be a matching online store that delivers high-resolution tunes. The PonoMusic team hasn’t said just when its media player will reach your pocket, but it shouldn’t be too long before you’re listening to a pristine version of Harvest while on the move.
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