We Didn’t Think Coolers Needed Speakers. We Were Wrong.
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No matter how cool music at a party is, if the drinks aren’t served that way, it’s destined to fail.
That’s why having a device that can blast your favorite jams at high volume while keeping up to 72 beers as cool as the other side of pillow is a matter of the utmost importance.
The first-of-its-kind ICE (In-Cooler Entertainment System) from Alpine is one such device.
We didn’t think coolers needed speakers. We have been proven wrong.
Using a 56-quart capacity Grizzly Cooler as a base, Alpine outfitted the ICE with a high-powered amplifier that powers dynamic component speakers in a custom cabinet that was strategically designed to distribute air into unused areas of the high-tech ice chest.
Controllable from a distance of 30 feet via a Bluetooth connection, the ICE can be powered by a car battery or any 12-volt external battery or generator (like the Yeti 400) that puts out 15 amps.
Sure, the ICE’s $1,500 price is steep, but why spoil a good time by worrying about money? Besides, it’s basically guaranteed to be the last speaker-icebox you bring home.
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