I'm Jason Jenkins for CNET at CES.
Now as public assistance go, this one gets my vote.
Massive Audio has hand built the Dalek, a life size Dalek that also doubles as the world's loudest and largest Bluetooth speaker.
-Now the company says it goes up to 130 decibel if you stand four feet away.
Well, of course the show organizers haven't let them turn it on by now yet.
Around the edge of 32 from actual speakers, here is a 10-inch 1500 watts subwoofer, around the back a 5000 watts of amp.
The whole body is made from MDF with a [unk] coat on top and the-- it took three months to go including working New Years Day.
They're really racing to complete it for this show.
They say that if they were gonna build it again, it would cost $25,000 to get it done.
Now the company wants to have few upgrades in the future.
They're gonna make the arms moves.
They're gonna make the head turn.
They're gonna show it off for a few other events before auctioning it for charity.
But enough all the tech stuff, lets's see the fun of it.
Let's have some audios then Bluetooth from the Iphone onto the Dalec speaker itself.
It's a Dalek relaxation time.
-Take a deep breath into your nose.
Now exhale through your mouth softly.
Focus on slowing down your breathing and do a calm rhythm.
Your tension has been exterminated.
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