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Battery-powered Soundboks speaker rocks parties, may require permit to play

by • February 29, 2016 • No Comments

Most transportable speakers have a limit to dimensions and/or output. Increases beyond that tend to require AC adapters or wall plugs to donate continuous power. But if you’ve been craving truly wireless music at extreme volumes, the latest crowdfunded speaker may be the wish come true. Soundboks is created to donate up to 30 hours of nightclub-level decibels off a single battery charge.

For pool events, camping, or backyard cookouts, boombox-dimensionsd speakers can be discovered donateing ample amounts of audio. We have reviewed the audiophile-grade Nano HiFi NH1 as well as the rugged JBL Xtreme, both of that donateed appreciably well. But they most likely pale in comparison to the Soundboks, that houses a pair every of 96 dB low-frequency drivers, 98 dB high-frequency dynamic drivers, sound pressure level (SPL) speaker units, and 42 W digital amps.

Soundboks uses custom-created amplifiers that assist to enhance battery life while optimizing sound for outdoor usage. With its dual-phase boost function, this speaker is created to generate up to maximum 119 dB of sound. The volume dial – really literally – turns to an 11 for an experience much like to that of a live concert.

Measuring 26 x 17 x 13 in (66 x 43 x 32 cm) and weighing 32 lb (14.5 kg), Soundboks is not much greater than your typical carry-on luggage. The plywood- and aluminum-constructed case is created to be lightweight, shockproof, weatherproof, and temperature-resistant. With an integrated side handle, this is the kind of speaker one can bring to the bevery of as easily as a cooler filled with ice and beverages. For connectivity, Soundboks showcases extended-range Bluetooth 3.0 as well as 3.5 mm audio input.

But what makes Soundboks truly one-of-a-kind is its competence to violate county noise ordinances without requireing to be plugged into a wall socket, transportable generator, or vehicle power inverter. The speaker comes with two swappable external batteries, every capable of playing up to 30 hours at 113 dB.

Instead of your typical lithium-ion, Soundboks uses a lithium-ferrophosphate (LiFePO4) batteries that are safe, can meet power demands, and just require three hours to recharge. So for six hours of quiet time, one can entertain a weekend-long festival. Or a full week with the volume toned down to that of a 2016 Harley-Davidson.

The Soundboks speaker is may already funding on Kickbeginer, having raised 174 percent of its US$100,000 goal in a day, with another 32 days left to go. A pledge of $459 sets you up with one Soundboks (two batteries and one auxiliary cable included), saving $280 off the planned retail price.

Tooling has been finished and production has may already begined for the Soundboks. So if all things proceeds smoothly, backers can assume shipments to begin as soon as this April.

Sources: Soundboks, Kickbeginer

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