Audio-Technica Boogie Box

Audio-Technica Boogie Box

Made specifically for street use, the Audio-Technica Boogie Box ($160) isn't exactly a modern version of the boombox, but it's close enough. This all-in-one speaker system features two 70mm full-range speakers, driven by an integrated 2W+2W amplifier. Plug in your iPod, cell phone, or even old-school Walkman and blare your music for all to hear — just keep in mind that if you really do play this thing on the "street," you're practically begging to get mugged, arrested, or possibly beaten down for playing "Bad Romance" on repeat.

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