Piaggio Sound System for their scooters
Piaggio Sound System for their scooters
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BOOMBOX with Piaggio’s Sound System

If you’re the kind of rider that likes listening to music as you ride you’ll know that headphones inside your helmet can not only be uncomfortable but they can limit or even totally block out any other sounds from around you.

Piaggio’s new PSS (Piaggio’s Sound System) is a unique device that turns your entire scooter into a speaker. The unique system consists of a Digital Amplifier, powered by the scooter’s battery; a Bluetooth receiver, which picks up the music from the user’s smartphone; and two ‘Exciters’, which turn the plastic body panels into a soundboard.

It is possible to pump out more than 100Db with the system.

PSS is fully controlled from the user’s smartphone. To start playing, simply synchronise the ‘phone with the PSS once and it will automatically connect every time the ignition is switched on.

PSS is currently available for the 2014 Piaggio Mp3, and the 2013/14 Vespa 946. A complete system costs £413.98, including a model-specific installation kit.

For further information contact your nearest Piaggio dealer, via the dealer locator at www.piaggio-scooters.co.uk/uk.