Brabham and Kyron to create a $ 250,000 sound systemAugust 17, 2020
Carmaker Brabham Automotive, which made a splash in the supercar segment with its BT62, plans to team up with Kyron Audio. The companies are set to introduce “a true premium sound system for the wealthy music lover.”
Australian firm Kyron, also based in Adelaide, designs and manufactures the world’s finest amplifiers and speakers, and now offers customers the option to order a high-quality audio system, described as a work of art, that is as extreme as the Brabham BT62 supercar.
Kyron manufactures three audio systems for speakers and amplifiers, the most expensive of which costs $ 249,319.
The sound system in the Phoenix version consists of 8 700W amplifiers and 2 1500W subwoofers, with each component developed in-house, precision machined and then assembled by hand. According to the company, the result is “a sound that can only be achieved by performing an artist live in your home.”
“Just as the BT62 supercar is changing the way you think about fast sports cars, listening to music through the Kyron audio system is an amazing, immersive experience,” said Kyron co-founder and lead designer Lee Gray. “We are proud to share the Brabham Automotive passion for performance and dynamics and hope to create an outstanding experience for our common clientele.”
For his part, Brabham CEO Dan Marks commented that “Brabham Automotive partners with brands that are equally focused on quality, customer engagement and strive for excellence in their respective fields. Kyron Audio, an Adelaide-based company, fits into this pattern by creating first-class audio systems for the world stage. Kyron’s commitment to design, engineering and performance is in line with our own view of these things. “
Regardless of whether they are road legal or not, all versions of the Brabham supercar are powered by the same engine – a naturally aspirated 5.4-liter V8 that develops 700 horsepower. (667 Nm).
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