Sony SHAKE-5 Stereo Ready to Rattle Windows with 2400 Watts of Power
September 4th, 2013
Do you like to crank your music up to 11? Are you the type of person who doesn’t care about their neighbors? Or do you live in a single-family home on a large lot? Either way, Sony’s latest stereo system should fit the bill.
The new Sony SHAKE-5 stereo system may be a “mini” system, but it’s backed by an ear-shattering 2,400 watts of power. This thing is guaranteed to turn your house into a nightclub – and quite possibly bring the police to your front door. Each speaker is a 3-way setup, with a 13.8″ woofer, 7.9″ mid-range and a 1″ horn tweeter. Power is divided across four 600 watt amps.
In addition to its massive sound output, the SHAKE-5 offers a multi-colored LED lightshow built into the middle of its large subwoofers to help you complete the disco effect. It also offers several “DJ” effects, including a mode called “BASS BAZUCA” which is supposed to crank the low-end even louder. In addition to AM, FM, CD and USB sources, it also offers built-in Bluetooth connectivity for wireless music playback, and NFC sensing for devices that support it. It’s also got a microphone input should you want to play DJ.
The SHAKE-5 will be available in the U.S. later this month for $999(USD).
[via Sony Blog]