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Trip Sound Suitcase Sure to Annoy Terminal Dwellers

by Shane McGlaun

Every time I fly, I end up sitting next to the rudest person in the terminal. You know the sort that spreads out his stuff all around, talks loudly on the phone, and hogs both armrests. I can only imagine that security would have to remove me from the airport after beating some slob with their own music-playing suitcase if they were using this Trip Sound suitcase near me.

If you are a big music fan and want to be able to play music in your hotel or the office while you travel – and you don’t want to carry another gadget, this might be the perfect solution. Just don’t sit by me. The device is sized like a carry-on suitcase and has a pair of speakers on the side and a battery-powered device inside that you connect your music device to for playback.


The sound system has a pair of 15W speakers and can play for up to 12 hours depending on volume. The total power per channel is 15W and the bag has wheels and a handle for rolling through the airport. Other than the sound system, the case has a place for your clothes and a front section for organizing office supplies and holding your laptop.

The good news is that the Trip Sound suitcase sells for a pricey €750.00 (appx. $1031 USD) so you probably won’t hear too many of these the next time you’re at the airport.

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