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Rock Your House Party With Stiga's $15K 2,800-Watt Studio Table Tennis Set Up

Stiga $15K 2,800-Watt Studio Tennis Table

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If you're going to have table tennis set up in your luxury home, you may as well get one that doubles as a stereo. Stiga's new Studio table may look pretty normal from the top, but underneath the tennis net is a 2,800-watt sound system with eight 6x9 speakers, subwoofers and an amplifier—it's even Bluetooth capable and has LED lighting.

Handmade in the United States, Stiga promises that Studio gives 360-degree free-standing audio through its "QSC CXD series professional processing amplifier, two Kicker 12" Solo-Baric L7 Subwoofers and eight Kicker KS Series 3-way 6x9 speakers." You can blast music through any Bluetooth-capable smartphone or MP3 player so your game can have the perfect soundtrack. The LED down-lighting gives several different color combinations that can be set to coordinate with the audio system so it will react to the beat, a must for any house party. If you love karaoke, Studio also has a microphone input with separate volume control so you can sing over whatever you're listening to.

According to Engadget, the 700-pound Studio table costs $14,900 and the company offers free shipping and installation service. Numbers are limited, though how limited we don't know, so if you want one you better contact Stiga as soon as possible. 

Mila Pantovich

Mila Pantovich lives in San Diego, CA with her cat and two rats. She graduated from California State San Marcos with a degree in Literature and Writing and a minor in Film Studies. She has written for several publications, including San Diego City News and North Park News, and in her spare time writes film reviews for various online publications. A self-prescribed film/book obsessive, she's curren...(Read More)

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