Wall of Sound 2.0: The World’s Largest iPhone Speaker Dock

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Handmade in Sweden, the Wall of Sound 2.0 is the second iteration of the ever popular Wall of Sound, the world’s largest iPhone speaker system. The WOS 2.0 has been packed with more ground rattling bass and technology than its predecessor.

The original WOS featured 28 speakers (as if that wasn’t ridiculous enough), and the WOS 2.0 has been packed with 44 speakers (along with 2 subwoofers). The setup is capable of pumping out 8,000 watts of sound. The brand knows listening to music like this can cause some serious hearing damage, so to combat the issue, they installed a monkey head. A monkey head? Yeah a little monkey who tells you exactly when the music gets too loud, and will even shut it off if the sound levels get too dangerous. His eyes will be blue under safe listening conditions, and will begin to turn golden, and ultimately red if unsafe sound levels are reached.  So just how big is the world’s biggest iPhone speaker you ask? This bad boy measures in at 5.5-by-4 feet tall, and weighs just under 400 pounds. Expect the Wall of Sound 2.0 to hit the retail market in February 2014 with a sticker price of $6,900.

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