boombox

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boombox

(ˈbuːmˌbɒks)
n
esp informal US a large portable radio and CD player
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Inspired by the team's love of hip-hop, the restaurant is filled with posters and memorabilia from gigs and club nights, plus a pair of boomboxes bookending a cassette collection behind the bar.
Most directly, since the late '90s, he has intermittently produced a series of boomboxes that cobble together vintage stereo equipment with elements of his larger projects to create totemic installations that double as working sound systems.
In an era when listening to music in a social scene has been reduced to ear cans or the muffled sounds of an anemic Bluetooth speaker in small gatherings, it's hard to believe that at one point in history, boomboxes ruled the musical and sound world.
AMERICAN sound artist Phil Kline brought a musical experiment to Middlesbrough and about 100 people wielding stereos and boomboxes took part.
Caramel Quin tests iPod and iPhone friendly hi-fis and boomboxes.
From ice cube trays to iPod boomboxes, and from high-end handbags to vintage-inspired accoutrements, Field can design just about anything--with her own particular flair, of course.
But then he heard about the boomboxes.Cemeteries, struggling to keep up with droves of veterans and soldiers now dying, couldn't find enough trumpet players for the final honors.