Whether you're a wanna-be Duke boy desiring to blast Dixie-horn music from your 1988 Hyundai, or just wanting to impress the minivan sitting next to you with your fine choices in deathmetal, this mp3 playing car horn will toot your horn, so to speak.
Musical automotive horns used to be all the rage in the 1980s. I remember studying them in the Sears catalog when I was a kid, trying to convince my Mom to install one in the family station wagon. Yeah, I watched the Dukes of Hazzard and thought it was pretty cool at the time!
Those old 80s musical car horns were pre-programmed with a selection of tunes. Today, though, we're all used to having our own libraries of mp3 files and a 12 note rendition of "Way Down South in the Land of Cotton" is just not sufficient these days. So, thanks to some enterprising car-horn-loving nerds, you can purchase an mp3-playing automotive horn system for your very own ride.
Installation into your car is simple and includes a high-tech LCD display which lets you select which songs to blast. The car horn features 256MB of memory for you to load your music onto via the USB port. Technically, the horn doesn't play mp3 files, but you simply upload your files to the maker's website and they will generate a "horntones" file which the horn can play.
Grab your very own MP3 Playing Car Horn for $300 and get blasting!