This is just some dumb shit. The whole shebang starts at 23,500 Euro (the company is based in Sweden), which currently pans out to just shy of $31,000.
The CataPlay application connects to Spotify, letting you set up a playlist for the afterlife — a playlist you can make private or public. Again, you’ll be dead, so why not make it public so people can add tracks to it?
The CataPlay service, then connects to the CataTomb headstone, which features a 4G wireless connection, 7-inch LCD screen that displays the track being played, and a computer to process everything.
The music is then piped from the CataTomb down into the CataCoffin, which sports speakers and an 8-inch subwoofer — all powered by a custom 2.1 amp. The coffin’s interior is, of course, designed for high-quality acoustics.
There’s no mention of how the system is powered (again, you’ll be dead so maybe that’s not an issue).