Porsche Design 911 GT3 Soundbar

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Leaving gearheads frothing at the mouth, the talented team at Porsche Design has transformed a 911 exhaust into an incredible sound system.

The rear silencers and twin exhaust from a Porsche 911 GT3 have now become a 200-watt soundbar ready to be showcased in your living space. While this thing looks gorgeous, it’s also packing some serious tech power. The speaker is outfitted with one analogue and two digital inputs along with the ability to pair with your device wirelessly using Bluetooth technology. It’s also equipped with Dolby Digital decoding and DTS TruSurround virtual surround sound, and an intuitive LED display to easily control the soundbar. The brand plans on releasing the speaker this March with a retail price of roughly $3,150. [Purchase]

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