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Audio-Technica Boogiebox: Because ‘Boombox’ was Already Taken

by Lambert Varias

Seriously folks, where’s the boogie in this box? Audio-Technica’s idea of a portable speaker clocks in at 5.7 lbs and looks like a young, chubby amplifier.

audio-technica boogiebox

Its tough-looking case houses two 70 mm full range speakers with an installed capacity of 2W each. The BoogieBox has a 3.5 mm input jack, so you can use it with pretty much any mp3 player. It lasts up to 10 hours on six 9-volt batteries, but you can also power it via a DC 9-volt adapter. The BoogieBox also comes in black and camouflage, so you can really max out the macho look.

audio-technica boogiebox 2

You can order the BoogieBox at AudioCubes for $160 (USD). Frat rock music not included.

[via uncrate]




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