This ammo can’s original contents once produced enough sound to deafen its owner several times over. Our redesign restores explosive sound to this explosion-proof canister.
Most quality speakers are either leashed to an outlet or too delicate to take anywhere. This ammo can speaker system is indestructible and can go wherever the party goes, or better yet, bring the party wherever it is.
From the beach to the backcountry, the Ammo Can Speaker Kit provides amazing, indestructible sound wherever it goes.
The NATO spec .30 cal Ammo Can is airtight, water resistant, and virtually indestructible. We’ve done the hard work breaching the sides to make room for the incoming speakers, but there’s still work to be done designing layout and drilling holes for the other inputs.
The JAB-1 Bluetooth Amplifier Board works in concert with Boss audio speakers to create supreme sound from compact equipment. The included power adapter can be charged for hours of high-powered playback, and the external bluetooth antenna and auxiliary input jack makes for two ways to rock out.
All of the necessary instructions for building this powerhouse music player can be found in the Man Crates instructional guide. Most importantly, this guide also includes two high-quality curated playlists of songs from the greatest decade of them all...the 80s.
From supply drop to beat drop, the Ammo Can Speaker Kit harnesses the power of jammunition to brings the party wherever it goes.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM CANNOT SHIP TO AN APO ADDRESS.
In an awesome cardboard box (NOT A CRATE). Corrugated C Flute cardboard with regular slotted style...told you it was awesome!
02/26/2017 Joe Ammo Can Speaker Kit 4
I purchased this kit for my self just for fun. When it arrived one of the speakers was damaged. I contacted Man Crates with a picture of the damage and they sent me a replacement right away. I purchased some self adhisive car speaker insulation to line the ammo box with. I saw several people on YouTube do this. I helps with vibrations and other things. Once everything was all wired and I was going to mount the amp board I miss judged the placement and accidentally ripped off the the volume contort pins. Frustrated on doing that I removed all the connections and ripped off another hook up. I was so mad that it happen. I re-soldered the one I ripped of connector and all. The volume control was not as successful. I had to just solder the pins on withought the connector. Then one of the connection point ripped up. It was still connected to the circuit so when I hooked up the volume cable very carefully and had it all back together and remounted in better locations it all worked. I then used high temp hot glue so it will never move. Music sounds good on the box. Podcasts are hit and miss depending of the production quality. So over all it was a fun build despite my fumbling and the wire connectors breaking. It will be fun to bring it the pool and beach.