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Behringer iNuke Boom Junior

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviews about the sound and value for money are overall positive. The usability and bass quality are also mentioned favorably. There are some mixed views about the size. The treble quality and mids quality get critical opinions.

bass quality, usability, value for money, sound

mids quality, treble quality

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Behringer iNuke Boom Junior is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Behringer iNuke Boom Junior

 

The iNuke Boom Junior speaker dock delivers exactly what its name implies; it's not very refined sounding, but it's an easy, relatively inexpensive way to crank up the tunes at a party.

Powerful bass response. Gets very loud for a speaker dock. Comprehensive remote control. Two stereo aux inputs

Big and heavy. Midrange and high-end performance lacks detail, and in some cases, smoothness. Distorts markedly on deep bass tracks at high volumes. 30-pin docking connector is on the way out

The iNuke Boom Junior ($179.99 list) does one thing and one thing well—it plays your music loud. Available online exclusively at Costco, the iNuke Boom Junior recalls the company's iNuke Boom, the eight-foot-wide, 10,000-watt monster speaker that...

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Behringer iNuke Boom Junior

 

Last December, we told you about the iNuke Boom, a 10,000-watt, 8 x 4-foot monstrosity created by pro-audio electronics company Behringer to play your favorite new “K-Pop” track at skull crushing volumes. Showcased at CES 2012 in January, this hydrogen...

Big, deep bass ; Powerful sound without distortion ; Impressive stereo imaging ; Convenient

Occasionally harsh treble ; Weak midrange in some genres ; Cumbersome remote control ; No wireless capability

If you’re looking for a blast of sound that will easily fill a room on a budget, the Behringer iNuke Boom Junior is definitely worth a listen.

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Behringer iNuke BOOM Junior Preview

 

At $180, the Behringer iNuke BOOM Junior has enough features to be competitive though it's volume is obviously the selling point.

The Behringer iNuke BOOM Junior takes everything that was in the original, furniture-sized, iNuke BOOM dock and makes it smaller. Behringer has included dual tweeters, dual midranges, and a woofer to make sure you are still blown away by how loud it...

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