If you’re lucky enough to own a Porsche 911 (992) and find that the stock sound system just doesn’t cut it, Focal may have the perfect solution.
The French loudspeaker manufacturer has a very special offer in store. Actually, it is less of a sleeve and is presented more beautifully in its own carrying case. Focal have used their years of loudspeaker expertise to produce the P60 Limited Edition, which is essentially a do-it-yourself speaker kit designed specifically for the Porsche 911 (992).
The speakers come in a custom case with an engraved aluminum plate certifying the kit number. That’s because the number of speaker kits is limited to, you guessed it, 911. You also get a quick start guide to help you through the setup process.
Focal’s press release claims that it’s easy to replace the original speakers with their own since they’re designed to go directly to the same locations in the car. So you don’t have to worry about positioning and whether your portable angle grinder has a full battery. It also uses the car’s existing amplification so you don’t have to worry about compatibility.
The kit consists of two eight-inch woofers that use Focal’s ‘W’ composite sandwich cone. They also come with an engraved serial number. Also included are three four-inch midrange drivers that use the same cone material. The finishing touch is provided by two 42mm Beryllium inverted dome tweeters. Focal claims they deliver “an unmatched level of detail, uncolored sound, powerful and dynamic bass, and an even bigger soundstage.”
The Porsche 911 (992) offers a Burmester High-End Surround Sound System as an option as standard. We’ve tested it and it sounds fantastic, so we’re intrigued to hear how Focal’s set-up fares in comparison.
And price? The Focal P60 Limited Edition is priced at £3599 (€3599 / $TBC), but as numbers are limited you might need to be quick to get your hands on one!
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