Monstrous Behringer iNuke Boom will rock your socks off

The Behringer iNuke Boom speaker system will guarantee you have the most kick-ass house party on the block (and probably a visit from the local police as well).

Behringer iNuke Boom
The Behringer iNuke Boom weighs 700 pounds and blasts 10,000 watts. No big deal. Digital Trends

'Tis the season for holiday parties, and we suppose you could entertain your guests with tunes using one of these iPod speakers. But if you really want to impress your party-goers, may we suggest the 700-pound iNuke Boom?

You see, the fine folks at Behringer, a professional audio and music equipment company from Germany, weren't satisfied with building just another portable speaker system for the iPhone and iPod. Instead, it went the other direction and came up with the iNuke Boom, an 8-foot-tall by 4-foot-wide speaker that's capable of blasting 10,000 watts of power.

The monstrous speaker system will only set you back $30,000 and will make its official debut at CES 2012 in January. However, just in case you don't have the extra cash laying around or don't want to your ears blown off, Behringer also plans to introduce a more modest line of speakers called the Eurosound for the home and on the go.

(Via What Hifi?)

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