Following the announcement of the Cavallino Collection, Ferrari and Logic3's partnership will continue with the Scuderia audio range.
The range consists of similar products to the Cavallino Collection, but the difference is in the styling. Where the Cavallino range is based around the styling and technology of Ferrari's luxury sports cars, the Scuderia Ferrari Collection is inspired by the sleek styling of Ferrari F1 and even carries the iconic Scuderia Ferrari badge.
Logic3 Ferrari Scuderia Collection Speaker Docks
As mentioned previously, the styling of these docks is sleek and modern, whilst borrowing certain iconic hallmarks from Ferrari's F1 design. The remote control for both these speaker docks is inspired by the design of Ferrari's classic metal gate gearbox.
The Scuderia FS1 is a 2.1 Speaker Dock containing a 120W RMS Class HD Amp with Twin Passive Bass Radiators. There is a built-in dock for Apple devices, but Android and Windows devices can also be connected via Bluetooth. The Scuderia FS1 Air offers the same specification as the Scuderia FS1, but with the addition of Apple AirPlay wireless technology. The FS1 will retail at £399, and it's Airplay touting brother will come in at a slightly heftier £499.
Logic3 Ferrari Scuderia Collection Headphones
The Scuderia headphone range, like the Cavallino's, covers all bases for customer preference. Once again the styling is unashamedly Ferrari, with the Scuderia badge itself emblazoning the cans.
The R300 Over-Ear Headphones feature active noise cancellation (ANC) technology, along with remote controls for Apple, Windows, Android and Blackberry devices. Comfort is the order of the day, with ultra soft breathable ear pads designed to ensure that long periods of use are not awkward on the ears. The Scuderia R300s are set to retail at £249.
The R200 and P200 On-Ear Headphones feature much of the same accessories and design qualities of the R300s, except that they are not noise cancelling. The P200s are designed around the headsets used by Ferrari pit crews in Formula 1, and feature H.A.S (High Audio-Scene) technology to deliver 3D sound effects and ultra bass. The R200s as the name suggests are a scaled down, foldable version of the R300 headphones, and will retail at £299. The P200s are a little cheaper, coming in at £149.
The S100 and R100 Earphones, which feature TFAT and noise isolating technology come with ear tips designed specifically to ensure that the wide range of music dynamics are retained despite the noise cancellation. These also come with the remote control accessories and interchangeable ear buds for personalised comfort, and will retail at £99 and £119 respectively.
Does the Scuderia audio collection appeal in comparison with the simultaneously announced Cavallino range? Or maybe you feel that the Ferrari brand is not something that you would turn to when looking for high quality audio equipment? Let us know via the comments section below!