New SB1 Arrives

The wait is over!  After a very successful sell-out launch, we’ve finally got the new SB1 back and ready for action just in time for all the summer music festivals and the long sessions on the beach.  Inventory is extremely limited till August as there are only 150 units available this month.

We’d like to thank everyone that has got involved with our project.  We’ve had so much fun partying with everyone everywhere we go, and we hope to continue to stay involved with our community of friends that know how to have a good time 24-7.

First run of SB1 arrives

Portable speaker

One year ago, SkullyBoom was a weekend art project with a soldering iron, a vinyl toy, and a trip to Best Buy.  Today, we are proud to announce the official arrival of the SB1 speaker.  To our delight, the SB1 surpassed our expectations in audio amplitude, but the SkullyBoom team wants you to know that the evolution doesn’t stop here.   We’ve been lucky enough to work with some amazing athletes in the worlds of freestyle skiing, snowboarding, biking and skating, and we know that the R&D has only started.

We want to make sure that when you get your SB1, you have the time of your life with it.  Don’t hesitate to do all the things you like to do.  The SB1 was designed to adapt to the shred lifestyle, and should something happen out there in the field, we got your back.  Every SB1 includes a COMPLETE 1-Year warranty that covers everything except noise violations and confiscations from authority figures.

Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s time to press play.

SkullyBoom dips into pro audio


Until recently, professional audio speakers have been confined to the generic aesthetic of a black box.  This year we came up with an idea a tad outside “the box”.  The SB-250 (also nicknamed “Biggy Skulls”) is a jumbo sized version of the SB1 portable speaker which releases the first week of April.

In its current form, the SB250 is driven with a Dayton Audio PMA250 plate amp.  The amp’s mixer features 2 MIC inputs and a Line-in port for playing off of iPods or other generic music devices.   The amp also has a speaker out for simple daisy-chaining of multiple units when things need to get really crazy.  The subwoofer is a 12” Eminence coupled with a tweeter providing full range dynamic sound that knocks.

The shell of the speaker is made of hand laid fiberglass.  To pay homage to the Do-it-yourself toy that this speaker was designed after, DLi$h has provided a custom acrylic paint job resembling teal/pink stitched panels covering a layer of robotic mayhem.

Currently the speaker is in a state of evolution; however it will be used for promotional purposes to help support the launch of the SB1 portable speaker.

“At this point it’s hard to say where this product could go.  We are already working on the second iteration with a storage compartment, a retractable luggage tote, and wheels, but at this point, all we know is that it’s awesome and we’re having fun with it.  With this large of project, we’re offering some of our customers a lot of customizing freedom, and this is just proof that we know how to make no-nonsense audio.”

The SB250 is available on a made-to-order basis with lead times of around one month.


– 250 Watts driven to an Eminence 12” full range loudspeaker (enough power to cause organs to shift)

– Hand laid fiberglass shell inspired from the DIY Skully vinyl toy

– 2 MIC inputs and one line-in for iPod/MP3/CD/Laptop/Turntable/Mixer compatibility

– On board mixer for each input

– Built in bass/treble adjustment knobs

– Custom features made-to-order

– Two feet tall/50 lb. weight

-Runs direct off standard 110V A/C

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