$30,000 Casket Is A Revolutionary Sound System For Six Feet Under

September 10, 2013
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Swedish firm Pause Ljud & Bild has announced their CataCombo Sound System caskets, which come equipped with two-way speakers and a Spotify account to stream music into the grave.

The two-way speakers will play music inside the casket and will also play music through the headstone next to a display that feature the current track. The entire setup only costs $30,000.

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Who wants one? Watch the video below for more info or visit the company’s website.

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