Porsche Design’s 911 Soundbar Pumps Out Powerful Sounds From its Pipes

If you can’t get enough of that iconic Porsche sound, now you can enjoy it in your home, too–sort of.

The Porsche Design 911 Soundbar packs a powerful, sonic performance, its a subwoofer constructed from the rear muffler and tailpipes of a real, Porsche 911 GT3. For a truly authentic experience, the Porsche parts remain untinkered with, left in their original, worn condition. It certainly adds a rugged, real feel to the sound system that briefly plays the car ignition on start up.

The audio components are just as formidable as the well-built muffler: a 200-watt 2.1-channel virtual surround system sits atop a matte-black base. Other features of the bespoke speakers set include DTS TruSuround for surround-sound simulation, Bluetooth 3.0 wireless connectivity, LED displays, and digital inputs/analog outputs.

Even with a price tag reserved for Porsche products – $3,500 – there’s still a wait list for the speakers (at least until the more modern GT3 is released). But we’re not surprised by the reception – finding a better gift for a music/motorhead would be…exhausting (sorry, we had to).

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