Porsche 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker

Jul 7, 2017

Category: Tech

While out on the track, any car fanatic worth their salt can recognize the unmistakable sound of a Porsche 911 GT3 exhaust system compliments of the unique tailpipe cover found on the iconic sports car. So, in true legacy fashion, Porsche Design decided to use the famed tailpipe covers from actual 911 GT3s in constructing their all-new Bluetooth 911 Speaker.

Boasting a 10-meter range and 60-watt system output this Bluetooth speaker truly lives up to the liveliness of its namesake. With a powerful presence in both looks and sound, each 911 Speaker features Bluetooth 4.0 and apt-X technology resulting in deep bass and precise tones for a comfortable yet complex listening experience. Easily pair with just about any device, enjoy up to 24 hours of wireless sound, and conveniently control the device with the help of voice prompts. It comes with both a stereo and party mode depending on the occasion but will always look the part no matter what.

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