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Bosch PB360D 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Deluxe Power Box Jobsite Radio and Charger

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  • Premium 360 degree sound with 4 speakers plus subwoofer projecting sound in different directions
  • Rugged rubber and aluminum roll cage offers weather-resistant protection against tough jobsite conditions
  • Runs off of Bosch 14.4V to 18V Li-Ion batteries
  • Advanced digital tuner provides reception in more places along with SD/USB/auxiliary/line-out capability
  • Charges Bosch 14.4V to 18V Li-Ion batteries, 4-way GFCI power outlets, 12V DC adapter, powered USB port
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The new Bosch PB360D Power Box 360 is a high performance weather-resistant 4-speaker system and integrated subwoofer that produces a high quality, enriched stereo sound in 360-degrees and delivers up to 50 watts of sound output. It includes an AM/FM radio with 20 FM and 10 AM presets, 4 preset and custom equalizer settings, a protective roll cage, 4-way GFCI power outlets, a remote control with on-board storage, and a 12V DC adapter. The Power Box 360 operates with Bosch's 14.4V-18V Li-Ion batteries, or charges them with the unit's built-in battery charger. The integrated digital media bay includes a Sirius satellite dock and play-port, a powered USB port and SD/MMC card slot for compatibility with digital memory card devices, as well as two auxiliary inputs for MP3 players, CD players, or portable satellite receivers.

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Technical Details
Part Number PB360D
Item Weight26.8 pounds
Product Dimensions14.8 x 14.3 x 14.2 inches
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Item model numberPB360D
ColorBlue
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Required?Yes
Battery Cell TypeLithium Ion
Warranty Description30 Day Money Back Guarantee - 1 year warranty
  
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ASINB003H9MDME
Best Sellers Rank #165,516 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight26.8 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item can only ship to the contiguous 48 states in the U.S. minus California.
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Date First AvailableApril 29, 2010
  
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88 of 92 people found the following review helpful By J. Brooks VINE VOICE on September 24, 2010
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-UPDATE 11-10-2010-
I broke down and bought a dedicated 16GB SD card for the radio (only $20) instead of using the flash drive. The SD card functions perfectly awesome and has much faster syncing then the USB connection, so less time waiting for it to load the song.

Now I did notice one thing about the random/shuffle feature that I had never noticed when using my USB flash drive (probably because I already have the music arranged a specific way). The random feature seems to only play random songs within a 250 song block. So in other words if you press the random button while on song 128, it will randomly play songs 1-250. I've played and tested this theory many times and that seems to be how it works.

So if I'm on song 326 and press random, it'll play song 251-500 randomly. If I'm on song 712 and press random, it'll play 501-750.
I will continue to test this theory and contact Bosch to find out what exactly the deal is because if I start with the first song and press random it has never played a track above 250.

If this is true, combined with its support of only 999 songs I might have to give it only 4 stars because of these limitations.

-UPDATE-

-UPDATE 10-07-2010-

I've been using this radio for a good two weeks and am still amazed by the quality and build of it. I've knocked it around, dropped it (by accident), and it just takes it.
Everything is still working fine. I'm getting a good 6-7 hours worth of music per charge of the 18V Li-ion battery.

I even had the opportunity to use the Line Out port on the Power Box to hook up some external speakers to demo the speakers and it worked flawlessly and the people were quite amazed with this box of amazingness.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Brody Avalon on August 15, 2011
I bought this for two reasons, over other radios: durability and sound. That being said, I'm not too unhappy about the things it doesn't do well.

PROS:
Rugged - this is a tough radio. It's built to be tossed into the camper or back seat and taken into the woods or the front yard.

Heavy - nobody is going to just walk off with this from my office like they did my IPOD!

Rocks out - with the 4 speakers (one on each corner) and the down-firing sub, the sound quality is really amazing. I rock out in an 18,000 square foot warehouse (mostly empty) and it sounds great.

Extras - it has 4 AC outlets which may come in handy for charging my laptop or running a lap...whatever. I don't plan to use them but hey, they're there if I need them.

Aux in - has an aux in so I can hook my droid or ipod in and play MP3's.

Lit display - the display is lit nicely so I can see it in the dim lighting.

12-volt port - I like this because (as mentioned below) it won't charge a phone or ipod from the internal ipod port. I have a Belkin dual USB charger that plugs into a cigarette socket and it fits perfectly in the radio. This lets me charge my Droid and Ipod.

CONS:
USB/SD card readers - yeah....it has them, but it is VERY picky about what it will play from them. I loaded it up with 15 songs. It wouldn't touch anything that wasn't an MP3 and the instructions said that so no surprise. Of the MP3's, it only played 50% of them, freezing up on the others. I spent about 15 minutes removing those that troubled it and eventually it played what was left. The downside is no track info, just 5 of 10 or whatever. I'll stick to connecting my Droid/IPOD to it.
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Rawim on October 20, 2010
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First of all the fact you are looking to buy this thing. Good choice, this thing is awesome. I work in a truck shop and we love this thing. I have always been a fan of Bosch power tools and I have come ot find there stereos are friggin' awesome too. This is an updated modern stereo for shops and jobsite and it has just about everything you could want.

It runs on a regular 110v three prong plug, but the cord is only about 6 feet long, so depending on where you are placing it you may need an extension cord. If you don't have any cords, or are using all your outlets to power up the tools no problem because this sucker will run off of Bosch Fat Pack or Slim Pack battery packs. Even cooler, if you have this unit plugged into an outlet it will charge the battery pack for you!

Also while the stereo is plugged in with a power cord on the left side of the unit you have four 110v 10a three prong sockets you can plug other cords or tools into. Just be careful not to use to much juice or you will set off the 10amp built in circuit breaker. So really this sucker is actually a power strip all by itself too. Also in the other side of the unit you have a 12v cigarette style power plug, great if you need to charge you cell phone.

As far as what to listen to goes: You have standard AM and FM radio, there is no CD player which kind of bums me out, but I can' think of how many CDs I have lost or damaged when using them at work, so in reality it is no big loss. Well now your choices get interesting. This unit is prewired for a Sirius radio is you have one. There is a compartment on the right side where you can plug in your own Sirius unit and a plug on the back to hook up the antenna. So you can blast your Howard Stern or whatever all around.
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