Well let me first say thank you for going to the trouble of making this video. I always hesitate in comparing old school boxes with the new stuff as I don't want to upset the diehard fans of the 70s and 80s gear.
What your video does is break the bad news to the vintage box lovers in such a way as to still acknowledge where the old tech devices still hold their own - in styling, loudness and mids and highs.
Even via a YouTube video, it's immediately obvious how low the beats go on the DJ Boombox. So to discover how easily the box internals can be accessed gets me thinking about all the sorts of interesting upgrade and customisation options.
I'm loving the use of old school and super reliable SLA battery technology - cheap and easy to swap out a tired cell a few years down the track with minimum downtime and fuss.
Those drivers are the real deal - you can tell they're expecting to see some power! You need plenty of power to sustain high bass output and the DJ Boombox obviously has all the power it needs.
To have all of the above in a cabinet design that pays direct homage to the classic 70s/80s 1 piecers is the icing on the cake.
Thanks again for your efforts,