A Modern Boombox For The Bluetooth Generation

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Things have changed since the 80s. The haircuts are better, the clothing less colorful, and the boomboxes have almost completely disappeared but gained a vintage-cool status. The BeatBringer Backpack aims to bring back the spirit of the ghetto blasters through a modern and convenient design created for the Bluetooth generation. The futuristic backpack features a stylish geometric shape and honeycomb-shaped pattern and is made of tough, impact-resistant ABS polymer. Lightweight and comfortable to wear around town, BeatBringer allows the user to bring the party anywhere, from social gatherings to skate parks. The high-end audio system has an output of 110 decibels and works with Bluetooth, which makes the BeatBringer a powerful piece of wireless audio equipment you can wear on your back. The backpack weighs 12.8 pounds and has two 6’’ neodymium woofers, two 25mm soft dome neodymium tweeters, a four-channel amplifier, and a lithium battery. You can pre-order the backpack at a special price by supporting the Kickstarter campaign until August 14; the first backpacks will be delivered to the backers by October. Just in time for Halloween parties. Images courtesy of BeatBringer.

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