With the fast upgrading of digital products, like mobile phone, computer, laptop etc, the ways of listening to music also vary. But no matter what changes are happening, having a pair of earbuds or headphones on as people walking, biking, or riding to their destination is the unchanged fashion. The truth is that personal portable music did not exist in human life and was not the mainstream fashion like in 1990s. However, there are still so many senior enthusiasts and loyal fans of Sony flagship Walkman, like NW-ZX2 and collectors of classic Sony Walkman. So let's look back the development of Sony Walkman. And if you are the users of Apple Music, here this article will share a useful way to transfer Apple Music files to Sony Walkman to listen to music wherever and whenever you want.
The Development History of Sony Walkman
1. CD Walkman
Sony is always the industry leader of CD Walkman, and its glorious history of CD walkman is indelible. Although CD Walkman is no longer popular today, there is no denying that CD Walkman once stood unshakable historical position in the portable device. And as a devotee of CD Walkman, we need to look back it now and then.
2. Mini – Disc
Today, MiniDisc can hold data files as well as music, with the ability to record and reproduce audio in CD-quality (without ATRAC lossy compression). MiniDisc Walkmans are able to play and record MiniDiscs from digital and analogue sources, such as live audio from their microphone inputs. The first unit on the market, the MZ-1 was relatively large and unpocketable, but following model, MZ-R2, and subsequent MD Walkmans are quite compact.
3. Network Walkman
The first of these Walkmans was the NW-MS7 which had a removable 64 MB MagicGate Memorystick, which can download MP3 from network. At the time of its release on 1999 it then boasted NW-MS70D as the smallest MP3 player on the market.
4. Today's Sony Walkman MP3 and Sony Walkman App
Walkman MP3 marked the inclusion of popular codecs such as MP3, AAC and WMA. Walkman MP3 players reside in the same Network Walkman group. And In January 2013, Sony announced the launch of the first waterproof line of Walkman that resists depths of up to 2 meters.
Sony's Xperia line of smartphones is ported with Walkman App. These apps can be installed even if you're not rooted, and they feature Sony's signature design, so if you've been looking for a new music player or photo viewer, you needn't look any further.
How to Remove DRM and Transfer Apple Music Files to Sony Walkman
If you are the subscribers of Apple Music and you want to transfer the files you downloaded from Apple Music to these classic Sony Walkman, or if you switch your phone to Sony Xperia Xseries and want to import Apple Music tracks or playlists to enjoy them on Sony Walkman App, you just need a DRM removal to strip the DRM protection from Apple Music files. Here NoteBurner Apple Music Converter ( For Windows | For Mac) is a good choice. It is a professional and powerful DRM removal tool and Apple Music Converter that are widely used by larger numbers of Mac or Windows users. It converts DRM-ed Apple Music or iTunes files to MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC for playing offline on your Sony Walkman players or Walkman App. What's more, lossless quality and ID Tags will be preserved while converting your files at 20x fast speed.
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You can click the above download button and install the program according to your computer operating system. Now you can start using NoteBurner Apple Music Converter based on the following tutorial.
Step 1: Add Apple Music Files to NoteBurner Apple Music Converter
Click "+" button on the left top corner or “Click Here to Add Audio” on the bottom of the main interface, then you will see a pop-up window which will show you all the iTunes folders. You can add downloaded Apple Music files you want to convert.
Step 2: Set Preferences of Apple Music Converter
Click the "Setting" button on the top right corner, and then there will pop up a window which allows you to set output path, output audio format and output quality. Here you can choose MP3, AAC, FLAC or WAV as output format.
Step 3: Start Converting
After finishing customization, click "Convert" button to start converting. After conversion, click the "History" button in the main interface to find the output audio.
After you finish converting, you can connect your walkman with computer and transfer these converted files to it, or connect your mobile phone Sony Xperia with your computer to import music files. Thus you can enjoy Apple Music files on your Walkman or Walkman App.
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