When it comes to automotive prowess, Brabham is arguably one of the most prominent and well-recognized outfits in the space. The same can be said for Kyron — although, their proficiencies certainly differ. While Brabham is known for its road-faring prestige, Kyron has made for itself in the realm of high-end audio. Now, the two have joined forces for one of the most lavish speaker offerings that we’ve seen in some time — a hand-built system inspired by the BT62 supercar.
Each of these gigantic audio systems is the product of a six-month building process, affording Kyron’s talented engineers and craftsmen the time that they’ll need to place each speaker, subwoofer, amp, and wire by hand. As a result, the Brabham x Kyron speaker is exceptionally durable, masterfully devised, and immersion-focused, touting sound quality matched only by a “live performance” from your favorite musical artist. To give the speaker a unique aesthetic among its peers, various design cues have been pulled directly from Brabham’s BT62 platform, including a sleek exterior architecture, exquisite upholstery, and carbon fiber elements. Head over to Kyron’s website to inquire about the $250,000 audio system.
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