Crutchfield has pulled off the kind of stunt that only an ambitious A/V electronics retailer (or a rich person… more on that later) could, connecting a whopping 100 Bluetooth speakers to one source and proceeding to rock the house.
With JBL claiming you can pair up to 100 of their Connect+ Bluetooth speakers, someone was bound to call them on it, and Crutchfield was game for undertaking the tedious task.
A combination of 37 Flip 4, 55 Pulse 3, and 8 Boombox portable speakers were all linked to one phone, and guess what? It worked perfectly.
No lag and all those pretty colors? That’s impressive.
Crutchfield also reported “the music had a surprising amount of detail, from the high frequencies to the lows. And the sound was crisp and clear.”
And here’s the kicker: They’re actually selling this crazy setup.
The JBL Wall of Sound and Light bundle will cost you $18,299. And hey, if you’ve got that kind of money, you probably also have the time to turn on/off 100 speakers every time you wanna blow someone’s mind.