The new limited edition Porsche 911 Soundbar from Porsche Originals is a 2.1 virtual surround system subwoofer enhancement converted from the original rear section and tail pipe of a Porsche 911 GT3. It comes with LED display, 200 watts system output and Bluetooth interface for wireless audio transmission from tablet or smartphone. Dimensions: 74x28x32 cm, weight: 19 kg.
From 0 to 100 in 3.5 seconds. Up to 9,000 revolutions per minute. Top speed of 315 km/h. These are just numbers to some people – for us, they are notes in a symphony of the sports car: the sound of the Porsche 911 GT3.
The 911 Soundbar takes the functions of the original components and turns them on their head. The rear silencer and twin exhaust now resonate sound. The result: a deeper, measurably louder audio experience with a higher maximum volume. In short: more power.
This special edition of the 911 Soundbar is limited to 911 pieces and includes a plaque with the limited edition number.
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