The world's loudest mobile sound system - video, pictures
Published Jun 15 2012, 14:01 BST | By Mayer Nissim Ministry of Sound
has teamed up with car maker Nissan to create the world's most powerful mobile sound system.
With technical input from Martin Audio, the Juke Box can produce 150db of sound, which makes it louder than a jumbo jet during take-off.
The 18,900W sound system is self-sufficient in terms of power and production and its custom-built rig fits into a standard juke, while its cabinets house two 18" powered sub-units.
Its integrated radio studio means that anything captured on the system can be later broadcast on the Ministry of Sound digital radio app.
The Juke Box can be transformed into a fully-functioning PA system, complete with ambient lighting and a DJ booth.
Nissan's Gareth Dunsmore said: "We have made a great product that we believe creates excitement through our innovative approach to the small car market.
"Ministry of Sound is the industry leader in creating the moments people live for through their bespoke sound systems.
"Together with Nissan Design Europe, RML and Ministry of Sound, we wanted to challenge the establishment and make something truly unique."
The Juke Box debuted this morning (June 15) in the drivers' parade at the start of the Le Mans 24-hour endurance race.
After Le Mans, Ministry of Sound's digital radio channel will broadcast its Nissan Juke Box Sessions recorded across Europe fortnightly on Mondays from 5pm to 7pm.