• Sep 15, 2008
The era of the luxury exotic with a so-so sound system is nearly over. Bang & Olufsen worked with product developers at Aston Martin to create the BeoSound DBS audio system that is specifically tuned to 007's cabin. Thirteen speakers -- five tweeters, five midrange, and three woofers -- are located in ten places around the cabin. Of course a sound system for the DBS is not just about sound -- it is just as much about looks. Two of the tweeters are mounted on the dash and ascend when the car is started. Loudspeaker grilles are finished in contoured aluminum. And all that hardware is controlled by B&O's Digital Signal Processing system that is matched the DBS interior and adjusts to changing acoustic conditions. All of this means you'll be able to hear the next Bond theme song, "Another Way to Die," like never before...

[Source: Aston Martin]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      i would love to sit in one of those...
      • 6 Years Ago
      Man, how fun is it to say Bang & Olufsen?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Way to copy Audi lol. Didn't Mercedes sign on with B&O too?
      • 6 Years Ago
      Why would our favourite double-0 agent need a B&O sound system when he can simply roll down the window to hear the best (V12) sound in the world?!

      I kid, B&O is awesome.
      • 6 Years Ago
      AM still makes some of the sexiest cars in the world...
      • 6 Years Ago
      As much as I love my sound systems, why bother with such a complicated one, when the best sound system possible for that car is right under the hood?
        • 6 Years Ago
        Having spent lots of time in a V8 Vantage, may I say the above poster has it exactly right. The best sound comes from under the hood.

        Especially if you know how to remove the fuse (#22 in the rear fuse box) that controls the exhaust cut-out closer.