Ludacris Unleashes the Soul Electronics ‘Party in a Box' at

By: Matt Ho - Published: Jan 13, 2012 • References: soulelectronics & engadget
Hip hop artist Ludacris recently introduced the Soul Electronics ‘Party in a Box’ at CES 2012, which will likely rival the new speakers that fellow artist Dr. Dre unveiled just last year for his Beats by Dre line.

The hip hop artist’s Soul Electronics ‘Party in a Box’ is gaining quite a buzz since its unveiling at CES 2012. This marks Ludacris’ very first speaker system after being in the headphones game for about a year. The ‘Party in a Box’ has Airplay and Bluetooth capabilities that allow for wireless connectivity. It’s also packing an eight-speaker, omni-directional sound system with two 6.5-inch woofers, four 1-inch tweeters and dual 3-inch mid-range speakers. Clearly, the brand is serious about bringing the noise. There’s also a visual effects, 12V cigarette lighter adapter, a dock for devices and more.

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