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Behringer brings massive iNuke Boom iPod dock to CES

1/15/2012 03:42 AM EST
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re: Behringer brings massive iNuke Boom iPod dock to CES
agk   1/15/2012 6:56:27 AM
this video interview attracted me so much. the wireless iPod speakers with inductive charging is a clear product serving the purpose truly.also the 18 inch sub woofer and 10000 watts of power is just amazing.take care of the ears other wise soon end up with tinnitus.

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