911 Soundbar by Porsche Designs
Shut up and take my money.
Earlier this year Porsche stopped production of the 911 GT3 in order to allocate resources for the new 911 GT3 RS. It would be a dream to own a 911 GT3, or just a Porsche (or just a car that screamed sex instead of just screaming). As the saying goes, “Porsche. There is no substitute.” I can’t even afford the car company’s cheapest model but now owning a piece of a Porsche 911 GT3 is in reach…sort of.
If you’re looking for the perfect gift for the auto geek in your life then look no firther. That is, if you have 2.900,00 € , or approximately $4,256.00 Canadian laying around. Allow me to introduce you to the Porsche Design 911 Soundbar. The 2.1 virtual surround system drives 200 watts of sound to your living room. It has DTS TruSurround and Bluetooth 3.0 for wireless connectivity.
Sure, you could purchase the 290 watt Samsung HW-J430 from Best Buy for $299.99 but having this soundbar in your home would turn heads from 0 to 100 real quick. Porsche Design has developed the 911 Soundbar to make use of the 911 GT3’s original rear silencer and twin exhaust (vroom vroom). The product page claims that by utilizing these parts results in a deeper, measurably louder audio experience with a higher maximum volume.
We’ll just added this one to the list of silly things we’d buy if we struck gold, won the lottery or invented the next Facebook.
[Source: PORSCHE DESIGN – 911 Soundbar]