Soul Party In A Box

We've heard the phrase "party in a box" applied to a lot of different things — boxed wine or 30-packs of Busch, anyone? — but never like this. The Soul Party In A Box ($1,000) is a self-contained, room-rattling speaker system. To get your music in, it features a dock for your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, Bluetooth with AptX support, a USB port, and an auxiliary port. To blast it out to the world, it features side-firing dual 6.5" subs, 3" midrange drivers, and 1" tweeters, plus dual front firing 1.5" midrange speakers. Other features include an HDMI output, a karaoke mode with mic input, an included remote control, and a built-in handle for taking the party with you.

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