The music you play can make or break your entire party. While the playlist you create is important, the device that you play the music on requires even more consideration. This is because the audibility of the songs isn’t the only thing that the device should ensure - the subtleties of a track and the impact of different instruments shouldn’t be lost on the listener. You need speakers that offer a dynamic sound range as well as good bass to really get the party going. As the 80s and 90s are making a comeback as far as style is concerned, why not get your hands on a cool boombox? Here are a few boombox speakers that will surely liven up your party.
The Sony MHC-V42D Party Speaker is equipped with a feature called Jet Booster that projects bass sounds over a large distance. So, if you’re planning to host a party at your farmhouse or terrace, you can certainly benefit from blasting music on these speakers. The 180-degree party light should add to the ambience of the party, and you can control it with your smartphone when you want to switch things up. The Sony MHC-V42D Party Speaker has an input port that you can use to attach a microphone if you’re planning to host a thrilling karaoke night. You can also plug in your guitar and show off your skills. The speaker’s compatible Fiestable app should let you control its functions with your voice, so you don’t have to keep running to the speaker every time you want to change the track or alter the volume.
The JBL PartyBox 300 is equipped with two 6.5-inch woofers and three 2.25-inch tweeters, which should allow it to deliver a dynamic sound range with good bass. The speakers have built-in lights that come with three distinct modes: pulse mode, meter mode and party mood. You can use these to create different vibes at the party each time you switch between genres of music. The speaker supports wireless connections, and you can also plug in a mic or guitar to make the party even more fun. If you’re planning to party in a large space and aren’t sure whether the speaker can support your needs, don’t worry because you can connect at least two wireless speakers to the JBL PartyBox 300 and make sure the party rages on in all corners of the venue.
The Sony GTK-PG10 Wireless Party Speaker is a good option for those who fancy themselves to be DJs, as the speaker has four cup holders to hold your drinks while you fiddle with your track list on your phone. Of course, the speaker is also splash proof so small accidents like spilling your drink should not freak you out too much. With the outdoor party mode, the speaker should be able to extend the sound range and ensure that all your guests at the venue groove to the beats. Finally, the speakers also have a karaoke input for those nostalgic get-togethers that inspire singing.
The LG X-Boom OK55 Home Audio System delivers an output of 500W, which should ensure a good volume level. The brand claims that it has a powerful bass with a good reverb. Here’s something fun – the speakers have a jog wheel for you to turn and scratch like a pro DJ, and add your own flavour to any track. The LG X-Boom OK55 Home Audio System also has an integrated party mode that not only amplifies the sound but also activates the built-in lighting to create an exciting ambience. Add the dual strobing effects or tune the lights to the beat of the music to create your own disco! You can use the karaoke creator in order to suppress the vocals of any song and start singing along.