Behringer’s iNuke Boom Junior: A Bang-For-Buck Speaker Dock

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This week’s tech column:

Let there be no doubt who built the biggest, loudest speaker dock on the block.

Behringer’s original iNuke Boom, the one and only, turned into Frankendock: 8 feet wide and 4 feet tall, a staggering 700 pounds (or more) and an eardrum-puncturing 10,000 watts. That little speck way up on top of the iNuke Boom was your docked iPhone.

Behringer, a German manufacturer of professional and consumer audio equipment, built the iNuke Boom as a showpiece for an electronics show early last year. Several months later, in the fall, the iNuke Boom Junior showed up like a baby left on the doorstep. Junior looks remarkably like the Big Unit, but at 16.5 inches wide, less than 9 inches tall and not quite 11 pounds, is easily transportable by a single human anywhere in the home.

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