Wow - the James outdoor speakers are beautiful and creatively packaged - thanks for sharing that link (I'll buy them the day after Google buys my company )
Can you possibly recommend a outdoor, weatherproof, internally powered (no external amp) sub in the more moderate (up to $700.) price range ?
We are temporarily using an old KLH 100W indoor sub outdoor (see attached picture - it brings a whole new dimension to hanging out outside - everybody should have an outdoor sub !) but need to get something weather proof before the rains come (Oct.).
- Listening habits: music (rock & jazz)
- Size: sitting area 20' from sub, big backyard
- Appearance: doesn't matter
- Power: 110 V GFI protected
- System: Speakercraft Outdoor (tweeter and mid), Denon 3805 amp
- Timeframe to must buy: two week
Thanks a million for any suggestion you have. Will check out AmaAudioDude's store link also.
I don't know of any off hand but will post if I find something.
I am just about finished with the deck and starting to look at speaker options. I do not want to mount speakers on the back of the house and I would like to make the speakers as invisible as possible so I was thinking about planter style speakers to sit in each corner of the deck. The deck is about 2 feet off the ground so I do not think that rock speakers or omni in-ground speakers would work. Anybody have any suggestions on brand of outdoor speakers and seen any reviews. I have not been able to find many reviews. Thanks.
5/27 was the original post with no update from the OP? Was everyone able to help you out? Did you make a decision? Tell us about it...
should definitely consider getting the Polk Audio Atrium Garden Outdoor Speakers - they are really good and sound great outdoors with decent bass. They can also blend in to your poolside/patio easily or you can hang them from the roof. I've got these speakers and they work like a charm
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