Porsche Design 911 GT3 Soundbar Black Edition

Nov 21, 2018

Category: Tech

Porsche has a hand in everything these days, collaborating with other automotive brands, tech and electronics manufacturers, and even washing machine companies. But the latest and greatest product for the true Porsche aficionado comes in the form of this Porsche Design 911 GT3 Soundbar — and lucky for us, it’s an all-black edition.

The soundbar boasts a sleek design that’s reminiscent of the Porsche 911 GT3’s rear end, featuring a true-to-life silencer and tailpipe setup that’s sure to bring a unique look to your home entertainment system. It utilizes a Helmholtz resonator subwoofer extension, 2.1 Virtual Surround Sound via DTS TruSurround Virtual Surround Signal Processing, Bluetooth interface, and lossless audio transmission thanks to its aptX wireless technology. The exterior of the soundbar comes in a beautiful matte black stainless steel and fiberboard finish and features an included badge that marks its inauguration as one of the only 911 units to ever be released.

Purchase: $3,980

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