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By Christopher Kevin Au
December 19, 2011
By Christopher Kevin Au
December 19, 2011

If you're looking to host a house party soon, you might want to enlist the help of Behringer. The German electronics company has just revealed the iNuke Boom - a 700 pound, four-foot tall, eight-foot long dock and speakers for the iPod.

While these speakers are wildly disproportionate to the device, they'll have a sound to match their size, with the capability of cranking out 10,000 watts. They are being released in January and will set you back a cool $30,000.

The iNuke Boom is unusual given that electronic companies are constantly trying to make everything more minuscule and compact. Behringer are reminding everybody that size does matter. Dust off your old Snoop Dogg and NWA records, upload them onto your iPod and see how the old classics sound coming out of this absolute beast.

Just keep your fingers crossed that the bass power doesn't cause the iNuke Boom to collapse and crush somebody.

[via Gizmodo]

Published on December 19, 2011 by Christopher Kevin Au


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