Logic3 unlocks Ferrari dock and headphone collection

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Posted January 10, 2012 by Stuff Staff in News

logic3 ferrari gt1 air dock

Logic3 has unveiled a plethora of Ferrari-branded audio gear to get your musical juices flowing. The Cavallino collection, comprising speaker docks, earbuds and headphones, has a few standout members, the first of which is the above GT1 Air speaker dock.

Priced at US$775 and US$900 for the standard and AirPlay models respectively, the GT1 features 2.2.1 stereo speakers and a 6.5in sub pumping out 250W of room-filling sound. A concealed iDock, 3.5mm jack and Bluetooth streaming round off the stylish package rather nicely.

logic3 scuderia fs1 speaker dock

If the GT1s are a little too damaging for your wallet then the Bluetooth-enabled Scuderia FS1 speaker dock for US$500 may be more tempting. Featuring 2.1 stereo speakers and an output of 120W, it’s a tempting way to listen to your tunes in style without decimating your budget. An AirPlay version, the Scuderia FS1 Air is also available, for US$550.

logic3 ferrari earbuds

In-ears have also been given the Ferrarri treatment, with the leather-trimmed Cavallino G150 (US$230), T150 (US$230), and noise-isolating Scuderia S100 (US$80) and Scuderia R100 (£US$150) – pictured – all up for grabs.

logic3 ferrari r300 headphones

Last up in the collection is a trio of Scuderia headphones, the R200 (US$310), R300 (US$400) – pictured – and P200 (US$230) all of which will happily give Dr. Dre’s Beats a run for their money in the looks department.

[via Stuff.tv]


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