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MusicRocker Cube Speaker Chair: Literal Rump-Shaker

by Paul Strauss

Sometimes, it’s just nice to sit down, take a load off, and listen to a tune. While you could pull out a pair of headphones, you might want to look into a different solution if you want to share your music with your pals – like this seat with built in speakers and an amp.


The MusicRocker Cube Chair is not only a comfy place to sit your butt down, but you can hear and feel the music beneath your rear as you sit on it.


Each Cube Chair has a pair of 5″ full-range speakers and a 6.3″, 15-watt subwoofer built into it. You can even connect up to 4 of them together to share the same music, and they also have a headphone jack built in, though I don’t quite understand why you wouldn’t just plug your headphones directly into your music player if you wanted to listen through those.


They come in a variety of colors, and are covered with a soft leatherette button-quilted, cushioned top.

Unfortunately, I have yet to find a U.S. retailer that sells the MusicRocker Cube, but you can find them over at Amazon Germany for €119-139 (~$155 to $182 USD). Since they come with a European 220V AC adapter, you’ll need to pick up a new AC adapter for use here in the U.S. Also, the Cube has a 240 pound weight limit, so keep that in mind if you’ve been indulging in a few too many of the cakes we’ve been posting around here lately.

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