Black Pelican Boomcase

Jan 20, 2017

Category: Tech

Looking to bring the noise to the beach party once the weather turns for the better this spring? Well, the Black Pelican speaker system might just be the perfect option to turn up the volume without the worry of what Mother Nature could do given her moody Spring and Summer characteristics.

In short, this beast of a speaker system is both highly durable and waterproof when shut. While opened, it’s speakers remain protected thanks to sturdy grills keeping them covered. Each system comes equipped with a 100-watt amplifier, two 6.5” woofers, two dome tweeters, and one 4” mid-range speaker. They’re all embedded within a handsome wood insert and available in several colorways as well. It weights a total of 16 pounds, hosts a frequency response up to 20,000hz, and a rechargeable battery life of up to 16 hours on a full charge. Time to get excited for the seasons ahead. Don’t start your summer off unprepared. Available now for $895. [Purchase]

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