Awesome Triple LCD Racing Simulator


VRX Industries, a Canadian manufacturer of leading edge simulation racing products, has launched the world’s first ever quad screen racing simulator.

The VRX MACH 4 is introduced as the “world’s most advanced racing and entertainment simulator”, featuring a triple LCD display, the Bose Acoustimass 10 series surround sound system with subwoofer, a 1500 Watt vibration feedback system and much more.

This is what you’ll get (no word on pricing):

  • 4 Microsoft Xbox 360s
  • 4 Copy’s Forza Motorsport 2
  • Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter
  • Microsoft Force Feedback Steering wheel
  • 3 Sharp Aquos 37″ LC-D62U 1080p HD LCD displays
  • Adjustable rear view Power Acoustik (PTM 750) 7″ LCD display
  • Bose Acoustimass 10 series surround sound system with subwoofer
  • Harmon Kardon AVR-144 Surround Sound receiver
  • 1500 Watt Tactile Vibration Feedback System
  • 1900 Watt Tactile Power Amplifier
  • Virtual Wind System powered by 2 dual Honeywell fans with chrome shroud
  • 1″ CNC machined polished aluminum foot assembly that connects to the front of the VRX
  • Universal triple screen aluminum mounting bracket that excepts LCD displays from 20″ to 40″
  • Adjustable aluminum and tinted acrylic component shelves
  • On board power bar and unique wire way system conceals cables
  • Polished chrome chassis with powder coated wheel mount and pedal mount
  • CNC billet aluminum Speaker Mounts and Seat Wing
  • Front and rear non-slip aluminum vibration dampeners
  • 3M automotive chrome trim concealed edges
  • Italian Sparco Monza racing seat (choice of Red/Black or Black/Silver)
  • Sparco automotive seat slider
  • Suspension seat base
  • 3/D epoxy coated graphics
  • Velcro and machined rubber grip blocks “prevents wheel and pedal movement”
  • 10″ diagonal and 8″ horizontal wheel adjustments
  • Polished Aluminum Speaker Mounts
  • LED Lighting effects
  • Beverage Containment System


(Newlaunches via Geekologie)

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