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You can get the G-BOOM Bluetooth speaker for under $80 today

This portable boombox pumps out big sound anywhere you want, and it’s now available at the lowest price on the web.
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April 6, 2017
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If Bluetooth speakers were supposed to be the 21st century answer to the boomboxes of the 80s, they forgot one critical piece: loudness. Most wireless audio gear gives you plenty of options when it comes to aesthetics, but few can match the volume of a dedicated stereo system while still being small enough to carry.

The G-BOOM Bluetooth Boombox is a different beast than typical portable offerings. It puts out 10 Watts of high-quality sound for up to six hours on a single charge, and packs all that power into a toteable, lunchbox-sized package. It typically retails for $100, but Engadget readers can pick one up today for under $80 shipped with code GBOOM10 at checkout.

For its compact form, the G-BOOM has a nice array of speakers. A pair of 3-inch full-range woofers combine with two rear bass ports and a dedicated tweeter to kick out ample volume while maintaining clarity and balance for all types of music. With a built-in handle, rugged construction, and solid battery life, this speaker is perfect for outdoor adventures or as your home speaker system.

The G-BOOM is rarely discounted below its $100 retail price, but you can get one today for under $80 shipped by using code GBOOM10 when you checkout. This discount won't last long, so take advantage of this sale while you can.

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