boom box

noun
a large, powerful portable radio and often CD or cassette player.

Origin:
1980–85

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Example sentences
The remote's dock can be connected to a stereo input of your audio receiver or
  boom box.
Teams of workers sing along with a straining boom box.
He could pull behind it a trailer which is a boom box on wheels, and of course
  it would literally bounce with low frequency sound.
The table would be for the boom box and the computer.
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