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0C113D8OD8D900 Theater answers 2r6g outside granite 6. 5″ rock 2 speaker set for deck pool spa backyard lawn, granite gray

(4 customer reviews)

$90.24$90.81

  • out of doors granite grey stressed out rock speaker set – rock the backyard with those out of doors passive 2-manner rock speakers, long lasting and weatherproof towards rain, snow, salt, ice, pool chemical substances and extra
  • easy to install – genuinely splice your cl3 rated cord to the speaker wire leads and connect with your home audio receiver, bass woofers and tweeters are angled 20 degrees upward to direct sound to listeners
  • maximum satisfactory – deluxe 6. Five inch poly mica woofers with butyl rubber surrounds and sealed voice coils, ferro fluid cooled tender dome tweeters for clear sharp sound, 60hz-20 khz with 96db sensitivity at 8ohm, wired rock speakers are (h x w x d) 9″ × 10″ × 8″ every
  • machine requirements – domestic audio receiver or amplifier with 10-two hundred watts per channel, cl3 rated sixteen gauge raw wire for runs underneath forty feet and 14 gauge twine over 40 toes. Use for backyards, lawns, patios, decks, pool, spa, lawn and out of doors office
  • what’s in the container – 2 theater answers by goldwood r6g passive rock audio system, guidance guide
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designed to suit seamlessly into your environment and provide amazing sound the usage of high pleasant materials.

our theater solutions by goldwood stressed outside rock speaker gadget is an extremely effective sound system this is loaded with greater features, inclusive of deluxe 6. 5 inch polypropylene angled woofers with butyl rubber surrounds for most excellent sound, ferro fluid cooled gentle dome tweeters for clean sharp sound, and a frequency reaction of 60hz-20 khz with 96db sensitivity at 8ohm. Each speaker measures 9 × 10 × eight inches.

rock any outdoor placing with stunning sound and a boulder appearance! Our speaker set has the look of real rocks that mix in with the natural panorama, and lets you play and enjoy all your preferred tune in any out of doors setting.

really splice your cord to the speaker twine leads and connect to your home audio receiver. All bass woofers and tweeters are angled 20 degrees upward to direct sound to listeners

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4.5-Inch, 6.5-Inch, 8-Inch

4 reviews for 0C113D8OD8D900 Theater answers 2r6g outside granite 6. 5″ rock 2 speaker set for deck pool spa backyard lawn, granite gray

  1. Audio Nut

    Let me preface by revealing I’m an audiophile. I’m very particular and demanding about my speakers. I’m putting the finishing touches on a back yard project, and needed speakers to go by the firepit. Frankly, these are not what I wanted, I had my eyes on some Klipsch Reference Series rock speakers because I have their outdoor speakers under my eves and they are amazing. But my project is badly over budget and the Klipsch are four times the price, so I had to settle for less at this time.I received these on time as usual, then unboxed them and played in my basement for about four days. When I first started playing them I was not happy at all. Very hollow sounding with thumpy bass. But I know most speakers need some breaking in, so I let them play awhile. After a few hours of play time they smoothed out and I decided I could live with them.The look is OK. They are not concrete, they are made of some plastic material. But they look OK and will blend fine with the concrete they sit on. They’re not bad looking by any means.I installed them outside tonight, Let me be clear, these are not high end speakers, but for the money they sound pretty good. The bass doesn’t go low (I didn’t expect it too), but it produces a satisfying thump. They are a bit shrill in the midrange, but I was able to fix most of that with some EQ settings.Bottom line…once I broke them in and did some corrections through the EQ; they sound very decent. Now coming from me, that’s pretty good. Most people would be very happy with the sound.The real question now is whether or not they will hold up. I’ll try to report back after a season to let you know.If you have plenty of money to spend, you can certainly do better. If you’re on a budget like I was this time, you’ll probably be very satisfied with these.Read more

  2. Ronald

    I live in Central Florida, where it rains HARD, every day during the summer months. I have these in the backyard, near my pool. Their sound quality (alone) lacks decent bass, but in conjunction with two other speakers that I have under the patio cover, the overall sound is very nice. (my other speakers put out alot of bass) They have performed perfectly, even in a harsh down pour, for nearly a year now, and look even better after “ageing” in the harsh sunlight. They are NOT bluetooth capable, so you will have to run wire to each speaker.(I ran pvc conduit and pulled wire to each location) On a side note, when I first purchased these, one had a “flaw” and didn’t work properly, but the seller was very quick in sending a replacement. Good customer support! NOW, if you want to use these, and want bluetooth capability, just make sure the “receiver” amp you are using has a bluetooth receiver built in, and then you can use a tablet, or smartphone to play music over your yard. The unit I am using is a Pyle receiver, and has been operating outside for about a year, as well (under cover, and out of the direct rain, of course) I recommend this product as well, due solely to my own personal experience with it) But it has withstood the humidity, and dust of my patio. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GVYHJK2/ref=oh_aui_search_asin_image?ie=UTF8&psc=1Read more

  3. SRS

    I did a bunch of research for outdoor speakers. The Amazon reviewers loved these. Many major speaker magazines had the same thoughts.They are ok so long as you plan on listening to them at a low volume. Anything higher than back ground sound will do one of two things in my experience.1. You will blow the woofer in the speaker. My right is trashed.2. The speaker won’t keep up. Kinda like listening to your kids fisher price player. Just like my left.Guess I expected more than these were capable.Not saying don’t buy them but I won’t be replacing them with the same ones.Read more

  4. Missa

    I like to consider myself an audiophile but am far from a sound tech and don’t claim to be. I have a decent size yard and have been setting up a multi zone sound system for entertaining. I currently have 6 zones setup. My thinking was being able to keep the volume of music low at night and still being able to hear it no matter where in the yard you go.Like most I was on a budget and could not afford the cream of the crop speakers and other equipment to accomplish this. Although the thought did cross my mind as I knew I would be disappointed if I didn’t.After weeks and weeks of research I purchased some very reasonably priced out door kicker speakers for 5 of my 6 zones (10 speakers). To my amazement I was very satisfied. It’s obvious they were not cream of the crop, but for the money, WOW! I was very impressed and satisfied for these relatively cheap outdoor speakers.For my 6th zone which is my fire pit area of the yard, the entire area, walls, walking and seating is all stone so I wanted some rock speakers. Again after weeks of research on rock speakers and not spending an arm and a leg I rolled the dice with these.******Before I give my opinion on these speakers please know that the majority of people will be pleased with these speakers.For the price, these speakers are okay. On looks, they don’t look like real rocks and stand out (hopefully over time they will blend in better). The balance of sound (highs, mids and lows) does not seem right with these speakers. They also sound a bit hollow with a touch of tin sounding. I’m sure if you had an EQ you could adjust them and make them sounds much better, but I do not have that ability.As for volume, I do not crank it concert loud but I do give it some juice during the day and they have no trouble letting themselves be known that they are turned on. Sadly for me when I have all 6 zones rocking, these stand out like a sore thumb. But again, most people can’t tell the difference and I am able to control each zones volume separately so I can turn these down a little to help them blend.When I talk to most people about this, they look at me like I’m nuts and think they sound fine. If you are on a budget or just want some background music that most all will enjoy these are for you. If you are in that class of “sound snobs” and can afford another couple/few hundred, I would suggest looking for another set as these will disappoint you.Read more

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