[CES 2012] Now here is something that party rockers will be able to identify with – the Party in a Box wireless entertainment system that will carry Apple AirPlay technology and Bluetooth streaming capabilities, thanks to Soul Electronics. Not only is this puppy sleek in aesthetics, it does not sacrifice good looks for a powerful performance, considering how it has three different built-in formats. Apple AirPlay capability lets it play nice with iOS-powered devices, while advanced Bluetooth streaming capability would open up a whole new world of compatibility, with a 5.8GHz two way transceiver delivering CD quality, uncompressed wireless listening.
You are able to synchronize to multiple PIAB units or other wireless speakers for an expanded sound system, making it ideal for the home, dorm room or even outdoor entertaining. I’m not quite sure if the cops will come knocking on your door if you are blasting music on this past midnight, but one thing’s for sure – an eight-speaker, Omni-Directional Hybrid system with dual 6.5″ subwoofers, two 3″ midrange speakers alongside a quartet of one inch tweeters are more than capable of getting the job done for any relatively sized room.
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