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Behringer launches iNuke Boom Jr for legacy iOS devices

updated 11:13 pm EDT, Thu October 4, 2012

Behringer serves up the iNuke Boom Junior for music lovers

Behringer has taken the wraps of its iNuke Boom Junior for legacy iOS devices. The device is a scaled down version of its one-off, 10,000-Watt iNuke Boom that raised eyebrows earlier this year at CES and had to be transported on the back of a truck. Behringer claim that the three-way active design delivers 'concert-quality sound' with enough power for parties.

The iNuke Boom incorporates two one-inch tweeters, two three-inch midrange speakers and one 5.25-inch subwoofer that produces a peak output of 50 watts. It weighs in at 10.6 pounds, and ships with a remote control and two audio cables along with a power cord. To celebrate the launch, Behringer is giving away on iNuke Boom each weekday in October. To have a chance, users who visit its Facebook site and hit the 'Like' button will be automatically entered into the giveaway.

The iNuke Boom is available through Costco for $180. It is compatible with 30-pin adapter-equipped iOS devices including the iPhone 4S, 4, 3GS, the iPad 1, 2 and 3 as well as the iPod touch, Nano and Classic (5th generation).












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