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    Outdoor Speakers

    I am looking to purchase some outdoor speakers to be used on my deck as well as packing them up for tailgating.
    I am interested in any information you guys might have on brand and model of speakers people have that they are happy with as well as those that they do not like.

    Any help is appreciated, as there is not much out there for reviews on outdoor speakers.



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    Re: Outdoor Speakers

    For cheap outdoor speakers I'd probably lean towards Klipsch or Polk and make sure NOT to get wireless. You're not going to get a lot of bass but they should be fine. How are you going to power them (receiver)?


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    Re: Outdoor Speakers

    I've got an old 100 watt per channel Yamaha stereo in my RV for tailgating, and a Sony 100 watt per channel receiver in my home.



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    Re: Outdoor Speakers

    Quote Originally Posted by Big12Cy View Post
    I've got an old 100 watt per channel Yamaha stereo in my RV for tailgating, and a Sony 100 watt per channel receiver in my home.
    Coolio

    I don't own any outdoor speakers but I heard some Klipsch outdoor ones a year or so ago and they sounded pretty good. Better than the in-ceiling speakers I have in my garage and above my treadmill.



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    Re: Outdoor Speakers

    these work great of us on our deck.

    Insignia® - 3-Way Indoor/Outdoor Speakers (Pair) - IS-SP3WAY

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