Kyron Audio Creates Exclusive Brabham Speakers

Two South Australian based companies come together in a unique partnership.

By Terry Christodoulou 18/08/2020

Australian audio powerhouse Kyron audio systems is teaming up with its Adelaide based neighbours at Brabham Automotive to create some of the most impressive speakers on the market.

Reserved only for Brabham customers, Kyron is creating 35 sets of its speakers – one for each of Brabham’s 35 formula one wins – as part of a Kyron bespoke production program.

Taking up to six months to manufacture, the speakers are hand-built and highly customisable as Kyron match the would-be owners BT62 in material and colour.

Kyron Audio Brabham

Other details, such as gold trim on the Kronos system (pictured) is pure silver with real gold plating made by a jeweller in Adelaide – as is the Brabham lettering. Elsewhere on the Gaia system, an expansive array of leather is available for trimming.

Kyron will also develop exclusive audio products for future Brabham road-based vehicles such as the BT62R and work with Brabham to limit any unwanted cabin noise with exception to the V8 5.4-litre engine and its exhaust note.

Entry level speakers – such as the Kronos start at $121,000 – although due to the high customizability of the Brabham-Kronos systems, price is based on application.


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