How much would you pay for a party in a box? Metaphorical or not, SOUL Electronics claims that its PIAB P910 delivers just that, hence the acronym.
First, any portable shindig needs to be able to pump out some serious sound, so the Bluetooth-enabled PIAB P910 has assigned eight omni-directional speakers to the task. Two 6.5-inch subwoofers, two 3-inch midrange speakers and four 1-inch tweeters make up the hefty driver complement, which certainly sounds good on paper.
If you’re entertaining en masse, and one unit proves insufficient to meet your needs, a built-in Tri-Band two-way transceiver enables syncing between a small army of PIAB P910 speakers, allowing for as many as eight simultaneous soirees.
Should you feel the need to address your guests, or massacre some old favorites with a round of karaoke, the built-in mic input has you covered on that end as well. The PIAB P910 also has an HDMI port, allowing you to connect a projector for movies, music videos, or tear-jerking photo montages of your children growing up.
Rounding out the list of features are a couple of aesthetic flourishes: A front panel VU Meter displays the system’s sound for all to see, while programmable multi-color LED lights flash with the beat.
It seems this product is best-suited for entertainment professionals, and households that frequently host large-scale gatherings. Soul suggests that it’s ideal for beach goers and tailgaters too, but it might be a bit oversized if you’re buying it expressly for those occasions.
The PIAB P910 is shipping now and retails for $1000 – and no, that’s not a misprint.
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