iXoost Supercar Exhaust Speaker Docking System for Apple iPhone & iPod

Jan 23, 2019

Category: Tech

Speaker docking systems for your Apple iPhone literally come in all shapes and sizes, and it looks like the market is only getting bigger with each passing day. The latest iPod docking system comes to us in the form of this incredible ‘iXoost.’

Hand crafted in Modena, Italy, the iXoost combines our love for supercars with our love for high end audio systems. The concept was created by both Matteo Panini and Micro Pecorari, and comes in your choice of a V8, V10, or V12 exhaust manifold model, all of which have been constructed from a single solid block of aluminum. Each model comes with built in tweeters and subwoofers to ensure that this piece of audio equipment delivers in both form and function.

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