Do you hear that? That's the sound of some awesome gift ideas that are sure to please all of the concertgoers, audiophiles and even the most casual music fans in your life.

This holiday season, there's plenty of items you can give to the music lovers that go beyond just an iTunes gift card. From speakers to albums to wall art, these are the gifts that will make all the music fans on your list give a standing ovation.

1. Nano HiFi Sound System

This stylish sound system is the perfect decoration to jazz up your first apartment, and the music that comes out of these speakers sounds just as great. Though the Nano HiFi has a vintage stereo look to it, the sound system is tricked out with all of the modern features you need to blast the latest Taylor Swift album, including a docking station for your iPhone, a USB port and Bluetooth capability. (; $199)

2. Parrot Zik 2.0 Headphones

Parrot's sleek, new wireless headphones are as technologically advanced as they look. The smart panel located on the right earpiece allows you to easily control your music with just one touch. And if you rest your headphones on your neck, the device will recognize that and pause the music so you don't have to. There's also an accompanying app for your smartphone that allows you to personalize your music experience like never before. And because looking good is just as important as sounding good, the Parrot Zik 2.0 headphones come in six different colors, black, white, mocha, blue, orange and yellow. (Amazon; $399.99)

3. Beyonce Platinum Edition

Rumors circulated about a month ago that Beyonce would be dropping yet another surprise album this year as an addendum of sorts to her self-titled fifth studio album released last year. Unfortunately, that surprise new album turned out to be just a reissue of Beyonce, but it's still a musical gem. This new platinum edition includes all of the tracks and music videos of the original album with six new songs, a DVD of live performances from the "Mrs. Carter Show World Tour," a photo booklet and mini calendar all wrapped up in a nice, little box. ($24.99 on iTunes; $25.99 for the audio CD)

4. Spotify Gift Card

Music is something very personal to most people, and everyone has their own unique tastes. That's why a gift card to Spotify will make anyone on your list very happy. Sure, Spotify is technically free, but a gift card will allow your loved one to try out Spotify Premium, which gets rid of ads and enables offline listening. They can even get a three-month subscription to Spotify Premium for just 99 cents (it's usually $9.99 per month) from now until Dec. 31. With millions of songs available to stream, total aural ecstasy is just a click away. ($10 to $60)

5. Sonos Play:1 Speaker

This little wireless speaker is perfect for those who want their music with them all over the house but don't have the Benjamins to shell out. You can stream high-quality sound from your entire music library from this baby as well as music from online streaming services. And you can do it all from your smartphone, tablet or computer. It feels good to have so much power, doesn't it? (; $199)

6. GoPro HERO4 Black / Music

Music isn't just something to listen to. It needs to be experienced with all of your senses, and that of course includes sight. Whether you've got classically trained musicians, rock stars or avid festival attendees on your list, they will love this GoPro camera to capture every musical moment of their lives so they can relive them again and again. (; $499.99)

7. Wolfgang's Vault Posters

If you're bummed that you were born too late to experience the classic rock jams and general psychadelia of the 1960s, have no fear. You can still be an honorary hippie. Just adorn your space with some trippy vintage rock poster prints from that era, and you'll feel like you just took a time machine to the Monterey Pop Festival. (; From $8)

8. Led Zeppelin Reissues

This year, Led Zeppelin reissued five of its studio albums as deluxe sets. Each album has been remastered by Jimmy Page and includes an additional disc of previously unreleased audio from the band's vaults. You can get each release in the medium of your choice, be it vinyl, audio CD or digital download. You might even want each album in all three formats because there's no such thing as getting the Led out too much. (Amazon; From $9.49)

9. Audio Technica AT-LP120USB Vinyl Record Player

Believe it or not, vinyl is actually having a resurgence these days. It's even popular with the kids, apparently. There's no better way to really listen to the music than on a turntable, and Audio Technica makes some of the best. There's even a USB port on this model so you can connect it to your computer and get the best of both worlds. (Urban Outfitters; $299)

10. Vintage T-shirts

It's an indisputable fact that everyone looks cooler while wearing a vintage-looking T-shirt featuring an iconic musician, whether the tee itself is actually old or not. You can find these in a variety of places, but Junk Food is a quality brand whose products you can easily find online and in a lot of stores. (; From $18)

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