Have you ever wondered why you couldn’t listen to “I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire” by The Ink Spots through the helmet of some T-51 Power Armor? Me too. Bethesda has deemed it necessary to fulfill our oddly specific wishes with a new Bluetooth compatible speaker, complete with motion sensors, and it is currently priced at $200.
The speaker’s specifications can be checked out, below:
- Standing at about 7.5″ tall
- Design based on the T-51 Power Armor Helmet
- Gesture controlled
- Sensor located on the front, base of the Power Armor
- Wave your hand up and down in front of the sensor to control the volume
- Wave your hand from side to side in front of the sensor to control which song you decide to enjoy in the wasteland
- When paired with phone, the name will show ‘T-51 Speaker’
- Bluetooth compatible
- USB cord included
- 5V power input (5V / 1.5A)
- Micro USB port located on the back of the speaker
- 3-Way switch on the back for on, off and gesture control
- When gesture mode is enabled using the three way switch, the sensor is on, and motion detection is ready
- User manual included with purchase
The speaker is currently in a pre-order phase, and is estimated to begin shipping sometime in November. This is one of several hot pieces of merch for players to indulge in, not including the actual T-51 Power Armor helmet being distributed in Fallout 76‘s Power Armor Edition, which is currently sold out.
What songs would you blast while listening through this? Let us know in the comments.
Fallout Power Armor Speaker From Bethesda Helps You Blast Tunes and Mutants
[Source: Bethesda Store]