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The car-shaped speakers of China

Published on May 11, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter

The car-shaped speakers of China

Desktop speakers for your MP3 player usually look very boring; like a speaker, in black or gray. In China, desktop speakers look like expensive cars, as seen on a toy market in the great city of Guangzhou in Guangdong Province.

On first pic a blue Rolls-Royce Ghost, flanked by a yacht which is a speaker too. The Roller can be connected to any MP3 device with a USB-port, or you can plug-in a USD-disk directly. The actual speaker sits in the roof, with a sub-woofer for base in the bottom. Sound was surprisingly good. Whole thing is about 20 centimeters long. Price for all this pretty: 90 yuan or 15 USD.

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A matte black Aston Martin One-77, also available in baby blue. The Aston had a radio function too. Behind the Aston a yellow BMW X6M with red head lights.

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A Honda CrossTour. Yep, a Honda CrossTour. Weird as a car, weird as a car-shaped speaker.

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The Lamborghini Reventon, with red head lights.

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This monster was the best. The Bugatti Veyron, with an actual iPod dock at the back. In blue, red or yellow. At least 30 centimeters long and a fantastic sound. The Veyron indeed is the best car in the world, and it is the best car-shaped speaker in the world. Bit expensive at 200 yuan, but then again, it’s a ‘Buug’  man.

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  1. JaySmith- May 15, 2013 Reply

    Seems horrendous. Cheap and feeling it.

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