Porsche Design Will Sell You a Stereo Made from a GT3 Exhaust


If you’re the ultimate Porsche fan, your living room or home office needs this.

Now available through Porsche Design is the 911 Soundbar, converted from the original rear silencer and twin exhaust from a Porsche 911 GT3. It’s a virtual 2.1 surround system with 200 watts of power, DTS TruSurround and Bluetooth technology so you can wirelessly transmit your favorite tunes from your tablet or smartphone.

According to Porsche Design, the Soundbar’s rear silencer and twin exhaust resonates sound, providing a deeper and measurably louder audio experience with a higher maximum volume. In other words in true Porsche fashion, it has more power.

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The Soundbar comes complete with bass and treble control, Dolby digital decoder, LipSync function for precise voice synchronization, a remote control and an LED display. In addition to Bluetooth wireless connectivity, you can connect the Soundbar through an analog input or a pair of digital inputs (coaxial and optical) as well as a Subwoofer output if you have one to hook up.

Shipping of the 911 Soundbar will start in March, but Porsche Design is cautioning that because of high demand, delivery time will depend on stock. As for pricing, it will cost you 2.900,00 € ($3,176).

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  • craigcole

    This is awesome, but GROSSLY OVERPRICED. #ThanksNoThanks