The Sound of the Racetrack in your room

Porsche is not just a roaring name for the beast of machines they produce on four wheels. They are equally mean with their posh accessories and gadgets coming out of their official accessories department, Porsche-Design. Accessories for those less fortunate folks who could not get their hands on the actual car. One of such accessory that catches any fine eye for design and basic Porsche instincts is their new 911 Bluetooth speaker.

The 911 speakers is an apparatus that owes its origin and suave design to the parts acquired from the mad 911 GT3 car. Yes, this luxury high-end Bluetooth speaker is built using elements from the exhaust pipe of the 911 GT3 and is a design ecstasy to music gadget lover.

2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS High Resolution Exterior
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Porsche 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker Exterior
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In the year 1963, Prof. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche designed the legendary Porsche 911. And even to this day, that name has been synonyms to one of the most iconic cars the world has ever seen. It is the longest running production car that still stays true to its roots as the quintessential sports car. The newest edition of this legend is the 911 GT3. Besides its mind-bending performance figures and its handling prowess as a rear engine layout, it carries a glorious exhaust note from the flat six via its titanium silencer and chrome exhaust tips.

“Contemporary. Cool. Iconic.” Has been the tag line of every product that came out of the Porsche Design Studio in Zell am See and Berlin. They go beyond the borders of the automobile and create a new styling world for discerning men and women running the show. One such product from this company is the 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker. A music sound system that notes every symphony of the sports car being transcended once again through a 911 exhaust unit.

Porsche 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker Exterior
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It is not any exhaust unit, but the 911 GT3’s original twin chrome exhaust tailpipe that resonates the sound that eventually fills your room with acoustic and visual treats. The best of both worlds. The sound of a Porsche through its exhaust is a masterpiece to one’s ears, and the very same piece of music is made available by building this black beauty with the chrome tail pipe and aluminium housing.

The parts are genuine to its conception, and it hosts the capacity for a Bluetooth 4.0. This Bluetooth speaker has a 10-meter range 60-watt system output for a whole wireless transfer from any other music gadgets and phones alike with an easy pairing function to connect all your Bluetooth devices and stream your favourite track of yours or your guests. And if that still doesn’t fit your bill, there is also a USB port and an AUX input splurging you with options.

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It is also crowned with the experience of clean stereo sound through its wireless mode, thanks to the apt X-technology that gives us loss-free audio transmission. We’d have to hear a comparison to see if that’s really true, but let’s be honest, even if the exhaust didn’t do anything, the speaker just looks cool.

The functionality of this device meets the style factor by housing NFC technology with a 24-hour battery supply. That is the highest rating ever given out by any Bluetooth speaker till date. This is celebrated the most by them hard core music peeps for an uninterrupted music marathon. A lip sync function is also included to ensure both your audio and video remains in a synchronised form.

Porsche 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker Exterior
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Porsche 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker Exterior
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Porsche says that one could achieve greater stereo separation by pairing more than one of these units that can sync together to act as the left and the right channels. Else, they can also be synced just to be switched to individual stereo mode to fill the space with louder and consistent music.

The design concept of 911 speakers with its tailpipe cover and aluminium housing allows this Bluetooth speaker to deliver utmost power and sound to the hearing pleasure. The speaker weighs 3.3 kg, which is light and is portable enough to carry it around with you.

Porsche 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker Exterior
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Porsche 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker Exterior
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Coming to the pricing, it costs $550, which is still a chunk of change but when you compare it with the $3,100 Porsche 911 GT3 Soundbar that the company also makes, the 911 Bluetooth Speaker sounds like a bargain. Look for the speaker at Porsche Design centres and online stores from October 2017.

Porsche 911 GT3 Bluetooth Speaker Exterior
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