Our outdoor speakers range from 60 watt to 300 watt. The advantage of bigger wattage is not only the potential volume increase, but also better sound quality and coverage at lower volumes. A pair of 60-watt patio speakers installed under eaves 20 feet apart will give you great coverage in areas less than 300 square feet. For 300 to 500 square feet, look for 80 to 100 watt speakers; 150 watts to 175 watt speakers will cover 600 to 800 square feet with clear, sharp music sound at soft volumes. Our 200 watt HF12 Rock and HF14 speaker will cover over 1000 square feet and will shake the leaves off the trees, just remember your neighbors may not like you.
FAQs Knowledge Base
- What are the benfits of using our speakers?
- How do you re-synchronize the wireless transmitter with wireless speakers?
- What about the sprinklers hitting them or being splashed from the pool?
- How many watts do I need for my application?
- Will one speaker create enough sound for outdoor use?
- How far should the speakers be apart?
- Do outdoor speakers have left and right channels?
- Do I need subwoofer for my outdoor music application?
- What do you mean by 70v switch-able on some models?
- Can wireless routers affect the signal of wireless speakers?
- Can your outdoor speakers withstand rain, snow and hot summer weather?
- What is the crossover pass through to the satellite speakers?