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iXoost iPhone dock crafted out of F1 exhaust manifold delivers high-decibel symphony
There are iPhone docks and then there’s this, a speaker unit for iPhone and iPod which is made from the exhaust manifold of a retired Formula One race car, now how awesome is that! Crafted in Modena, Italy, known as the world’s supercar capital and also the birthplace of Enzo Ferrari, the ‘iXoost’ dock looks like a work of art with its beautifully structured chrome tailpipes that once roared at the back of beastly formula one racecar.

It is constructed from the left or right manifolds of a retired eight-cylinder F1 engine from different racecars of different eras including a 1978 Cosworth DFV, 2006 Renault RS26, 2007 Ferrari 056, and others. The dock is powered by a set of neodymium magnets, a couple of silk-dome, 70-watt tweeters and two PPM-cone, 70-watt mid-range speakers each in order to deliver clear highs and mids which are fitted into the openings of the manifold’s four headpipes. The end of the manifold’s collector tube houses a doped-paper cone 140-watt active subwoofer driven by a high-density flux ferrite that provides booming bass. The base, leather trim, hex screws, and corrosion-resistant 6082 anodized aluminum speaker cowlings come in a choice of six colors. But strangely, it features a 30-pin connector for older iPhones and iPods rather than the latest lightning connector. It’s available on Hammacher website for $8,500.