What? Your garage is already filled with exotic rides from Lamborghini? But I am sure you have room for one more inside the house, right? Well, maybe not the entire car, but perhaps a sound system that’s pretty much look like the car itself. Meet the EsaVox Lamborghini Bluetooth Speaker from the same Italian folks, iXOOST, who brought to you the exhaust sound docks. And make no mistake. EsaVox is not inspired by the raging bull marque; it is a Lamborghini by itself and ‘tuned’ like one too with features like monocoque chassis, exhaust system with variable aperture to control pressure of the subwoofer, and even passive shock absorber (yes, it has that too!) that aids in dampening the vibrations generated by the pounding sound. True to an actual suspension set up, the audio system’s tapered supports is also adjustable in height too.
Built around actual Lamborghini exhaust tailpipes (!), which is flanked by a pair of hexagonal cabinets that housed a 6.5-inch full-range driver and an 8-inch woofer, this exotic-as-Lamborghini-rides premium audio system also packs a 15-inch neodymium down-firing sub and a pair of 1-inch Mylar tweeters, plumped to two stereo valve preamps, a 600W amp and a dedicated-to-sub 200W amp, along with a dual of 24-bit DSPs thrown into the mix. Like the exotic cars the world’s famous Italian marque rolls out, this wireless audio system is all about power and exotic-ness. In fact, the entire system reminisces of a Lamborghini’s rear end, complete with carbon fiber diffuser, but only smaller. And oh, did we mention it has got a Lamborghini push button start too?
While it looked scale, it is by no means of ’regular’ Bluetooth speaker size; the EsaVox Lamborghini Bluetooth Speaker stretches a cool 1.25 meters (4.1 feet!) across and weighs nearly as much as a grown person, coming in at a hefty 53 kilograms (117 lbs). And so, this is definitely not a speaker you’d bring to the beach. It would be another ‘car’ you would want to be in your living. Also, it may not spit out sweet V8 growl, but it will push out your favorite tunes pass on to it via Bluetooth 4.0 aptX or via the good’ol RCA cables.
And the price for such exquisiteness? We are not sure, but our source warns that there’s a possibility that EsaVox Lamborghini Bluetooth Speaker will punch a $26,000 hole in your bank account. But that don’t matter if you already have a few of those exotic rides in your possession, ain’t it?
iXOOST via Airows