0C11D0GX1UN853 Theater answers 2r6s out of doors sandstone 6. Five” rock 2 speaker set for deck pool spa backyard garden

(5 customer reviews)


  • out of doors sandstone stressed rock speaker set – rock the backyard with these outside passive 2-manner rock audio system, long lasting and weatherproof in opposition to rain, snow, salt, ice, pool chemical compounds and more
  • easy to put in – virtually splice your cl3 rated cord to the speaker wire leads and connect to your house audio receiver, bass woofers and tweeters are angled 20 degrees upward to direct sound to listeners
  • highest quality – deluxe 6. Five inch poly mica woofers with butyl rubber surrounds and sealed voice coils, ferro fluid cooled gentle dome tweeters for clear sharp sound, 60hz-20 khz with 96db sensitivity at 8ohm, wired rock audio system are (h x w x d) 9″ × 10″ × eight” every
  • gadget necessities – domestic audio receiver or amplifier with 10-2 hundred watts consistent with channel, cl3 rated 16 gauge uncooked wire for runs beneath forty ft and 14 gauge wire over forty toes. Use for backyards, lawns, patios, decks, pool, spa, garden and outside workplace
  • what is in the container – 2 theater solutions by goldwood r6s passive rock audio system, guidance guide

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designed to suit seamlessly into your surroundings and offer extraordinary sound the usage of high great substances.

our theater solutions through goldwood stressed out outside rock speaker gadget is an extremely effective sound device this is loaded with more functions, consisting of deluxe 6. Five inch polypropylene angled woofers with butyl rubber surrounds for most suitable sound, ferro fluid cooled gentle dome tweeters for clear sharp sound, and a frequency response of 60hz-20 khz with 96db sensitivity at 8ohm. Each speaker measures nine × 10 × 8 inches.

rock any out of doors placing with stunning sound and a boulder appearance! Our speaker set has the appearance of actual rocks that mix in with the herbal panorama, and lets you play and enjoy all your favorite song in any out of doors placing.

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

our outdoor speaker system has a rugged, weather-resistant and splash evidence design which could get up to vibrant sunny days, rainy afternoons, and even snowy situations.

use our professional pleasant speaker set for out of doors sunday worship offerings within the park, open air live performance venues, backyard birthday events, pool parties, or to your next residence celebration.


4.5-Inch, 6.5-Inch, 8-Inch

5 reviews for 0C11D0GX1UN853 Theater answers 2r6s out of doors sandstone 6. Five” rock 2 speaker set for deck pool spa backyard garden

  1. Hulkdad

    I purchased these based on the primarily positive reviews, however, they certainly did not meet my expectations. I did not expect to have home theater, audiophile, melt your face sound out of these, but with an 8″ cone and the listed specs (even taken with a grain of salt,) I did expect them to be better.The overall sound these produce is quite tinny and thin. Mid-range is lacking and bass lies somewhere between non-existent and garbled noise. At low volumes, the sound was passable at best (think elevator speakers or grocery store ambience quality.) At higher volumes, these really started to break apart. The highs grew steadily more shrill and the bass would bottom out and vomit forth like it was being dragged through gravel.I powered these with a 50 Watt per channel (into 4 ohms,) mini-class D amplifier. I have a set of Klipsch Outdoor 6″ speakers that sound phenomenal through the same amp. Balanced, a good kick in the bass, and relatively distortion free as the volume increases. I assumed the Rock Speakers would be a little softer in volume due to the larger drivers, however, what I experienced was well below that.I ended up ordering a set of 8″ Rock Speakers produced by Dayton. They are listed at almost the exact same specifications, but when played side by side, there is a considerable improvement with the Dayton in both quality and volume, at least in as much as I can actually play music at higher volumes without it being torn apart when put through the Daytons.Aesthetically, the Theater Solutions look nice. They appear to be of good outer build quality and I have no doubt they could hold up for some time. The front grill work is a little messy and a bit of the speaker grill does peer through and around chunks of faux rock, giving the impression that the material was accidentally spilled in a few areas, however, the paint and finish work are very good.If you had a need to produce very low level, background noise or muzak, these may serve a purpose and for the price, your expectation should be levied. Overall, even with a fairly low set of expectations coming in to this purchase, I was sadly unable to justify their sound and performance, even for the affordable pricing.I would pass these by and invest a little heavier into an alternate choice.Read more

  2. DrunksFromAz

    I have an outdoor party/BBQ area of about 24′ x 60′ with a total of 5 speakers surrounding it, these two new 8″ sandstones replaced 2 that went bad (different brand of 5+ year old speakers that went bad).I also bought a new Pyle 6 channel amp to power the entire system (threw away my bulky receiver) much simpler, 1 speaker per channel, 100 watts per channel/speaker, at full volume it is loud enough to have to turn down a bit to have a conversation, does not rattle or buzz at full blast, not loud enough to solicit complaints from neighbors.A few of the reviews complained about cracks after a year or two, but i would say that is to be expected from any product sitting out for any period of time and is easily repaired with a bit of paintable silicone. My other old speakers have small cracks but nothing that would affect sound, so i would not use that as a measure of quality or to base a decision on buying.Read more

  3. sophia

    I am very impressed with the sound of these outdoor speakers! I am a picky audio snob, my indoor stereo systems are McIntosh and vintage Infinity so I have rather high standards. I have had outdoor speakers from many companies, some that were more than twice the price and these Theater Solutions R6 sound the best of them all. They have a nice even balance of bass, midrange and treble, they sound natural and realistic. They can handle it if you crank the bass too, no distortion or knocking. And they play loud with a low power amp. (We’ll see how waterproof they are over time…) Bottom line, you can’t beat their sound for the price!Read more

  4. Harold H.

    I replaced 4 defective Niles speakers that ranged in age from 18 months old to 10 yrs old. I do not think the Niles RS6 are durable. I have purchased 7 Niles 6 inch speakers over the past 10 years and 6 shot craps!I am an audiophile, so when I gave up on Niles, and their $200-250 per speaker price tag, I looked around for the best rock speakers. The reviews on these speakers were great and the price was unbelievable. I honestly thought they were going to sound horrible and I planned on just returning them. To my surprise, I plugged them in, turned them on and they lit up my back yard!No rock speaker has the sound quality of an indoor speaker in a cabinet. However, the highs were solid, the mids and vocals were clear and the bass was more than acceptable. (There weakness is clearly bass reproduction. It is solid but not great) I compared the 2R8S to my one remaining fully functional 6 inch Niles rock speaker and it was louder, meaning more efficient with less power, and had superior highs and mids. Where the Niles speaker had a slight edge was bass reproduction. The Niles was tighter and deeper even though it was a 6 and not an 8. Most, probably won’t notice the difference in bass quality. More, knowing bass is usually the weakness of a less expensive speaker, I cheated by buying the 8 over the 6. Also, I adjusted the bass, crossover and internal eq settings on my amp and now, the bass is just as good as the Niles rock speaker! At $200 cheaper per speaker these definitely blow the Niles 6.5 rock speakers away!Durability is unknown right now but at $50 per speaker who cares!!!DO NOT OVER POWER THESE SPEAKERS!!! The manufacturer may rate them for 200 watts but 100 Watts at about 80% up is about it.Read more

  5. West Texas

    They sound fine, but aren’t for audiophiles. I have a couple pairs of 4 1/2 inch and these don’t seem to sound any better. It’s nice that, after painting them to match the rock work in my garden, they blend in better than an ordinary outdoor speaker. If you want a pair then just get the cheaper smaller ones. I’m just glad I got them through the warehouse at a much cheaper price.Read more

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