There’s nothing better than some good tunes to get you pumped up at a party. But the tinny sound coming out of your phone’s speakers just doesn’t cut it — what you need is a great set of speakers.

IBIZA, SPAIN - JUNE 03: Clubbers dance during the opening matinee at Space nightclub on June 3, 2007 in Spain Ibiza. The matinee is an all day event and starts at eight in the morning going right on through til six the next day with many clubbers staying the duration. Ibiza remains one of the world's top holiday destinations for young people from around the world. For the last decade or so the island has been a mecca for clubbers with some of the bigger clubs drawing crowds of up to four thousand in peak season. The interior of the island remains a place of solitude and unspoilt natural beauty whilst coastal resorts cater for the masses of the package holiday industry. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

The company Ultimate Ears makes an awesome portable Bluetooth speaker called the UE Boom. While this speaker already allowed you to pair it up with another of its kind to get some true studio sound, now you can link more than 50 speakers to get them all playing in sync (or ‘N Sync).

Ultimate Ears has appropriately named this feature PartyUp. Your speakers can even be a mix of the UE Boom, Boom 2 and Megaboom. You can drag and drop nearby speakers in the app, which can detect the speakers even when they’re off. Once the app finds the speakers, just drag whichever you want to play music into your “party” and back out to remove them. The speakers even support Siri and Google Now voice control.

You can find the UE Boom 2 here and download the app here (iOS) or here (Android).

What would you celebrate with 50 speakers? Let us know @BritandCo!

(h/t The Verge, photos via Logitech and Getty)