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CataCoffin keeps you rockin' six feet under

CataCoffin keeps you rockin' s...
The CataCoffin packs a CataCombo Sound System
The CataCoffin packs a CataCombo Sound System
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The CataCoffin packs a CataCombo Sound System
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The CataCoffin packs a CataCombo Sound System
The CataCoffin is paired with the CataTomb tombstone
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The CataCoffin is paired with the CataTomb tombstone
The CataCombo Sound System has been tuned to CataCoffin's acoustic space
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The CataCombo Sound System has been tuned to CataCoffin's acoustic space
The CataCombo Sound System includes an 8-inch subwoofer
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The CataCombo Sound System includes an 8-inch subwoofer
The CataCoffin from Pause
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The CataCoffin from Pause
The CataTomb features a 7-inch LCD for displaying the currently playing track
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The CataTomb features a 7-inch LCD for displaying the currently playing track
The CataPlay application allows remote management of playlists
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The CataPlay application allows remote management of playlists
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If you’re living impaired or a vampire who likes a bit of musical accompaniment as you wile away the long hours inside your coffin then the CataCoffin from Swedish company Pause could be just what you need. The customized coffin packs a CataCombo Sound System that features a custom-built 2.1 amplifier and includes a pair of 2-way speakers, tweeters with external cooling, and an 8-inch subwoofer tuned to the coffin’s acoustic space.

The coffin is paired with the CataTomb tombstone that packs an upgradeable music server powered by a 2.5 GHz Intel processor and a 4G wireless connection that allows playlists to be managed online. Using the CataPlay application that connects to Spotify, friends and family can keep you grooving to the latest tracks. The hi-tech tombstone, which supplies power to the coffin’s onboard sound system, also features a 7-inch LCD for displaying the currently playing song alongside your epitaph.

The price to make your place the life of the graveyard starts at €23,500 (US$30,715).

If you’re still not sold, maybe the video below will convince you.

Source: Pause via Videogum

CataCombo Sound System by Pause #hifi4ever

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10 comments
Bill Bennett
just put in Phil Collins and Phillip Bailey "shes an easy lover" oh nevermind i am planning on being responsible and getting burnt and not waste space or resources when I die,, yeah die, you don't pass, you die
AdamA
No, No Bill.. At least for me, I need some AC/DC - Highway to Hell, some Led Zepplin - Stairway to Heaven, and a BUNCH of Metallica...
Highway to hell sounds more appealing to me thugh, I'm far too lazy to climb the stairway to heaven..
Slowburn
A nice bed for the seriously goth but when I pass I want a cardboard box.
jochair
why not TV as well.
bergamot69
The concept of having music in one's coffin suggests some level of consciousness- the thought of being in a box underground whilst conscious fills me with horror regardless of any possible entertainment options (controlled by others).
Oh, and the small matter of getting an electric supply- most cemetaries would not welcome a wind turbine for a headstone...
JAT
How about Mozart's Requiem in D minor?
Jon A.
If I was going to blow 30 grand on a coffin, my first priority would be an escape hatch, not a sound system.
Integral
If I was in my coffin alive, I'd rather prefer my coffin to have a system that can alert others so I won't suffocate. Music would be the last thing on my mind. Why would they even waste their time making such a stupid product? And who would be stupid enough to pay for this?
3razer
Guys, you have to keep in mind that for each one of us who do not have the money to throw away like this... There are those out that who have it and don't know what to do with it!
Osman Darcan
i hope they have a communication system in case the person wakes up..