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Outdoor speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Ash007, Sep 10, 2004.

  1. Ash007

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    Can anyone recommend or advise on outdoor speakers. I want reasanable quality ones to go with my Denon 3802 and B&W speakers around the house.
    I've seen some Sonance speakers in rocks and plantpots, but I nothing about Sonance or if there reasonable quality or not or a bit of a gimmick.

    Any help appreciated.

    Chris
     
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    ash007

    Sonance are a 'BIG' US brand - they cover every angle of 'installation' speakers up to and including full THX ULTRA units - not inexpensive.

    You have Three options with the outdoor Sonance range:

    Mariner - conventional shaped polycarbonate enclosures that are fully weather proof. They come in white and you can paint them to suit your decor.

    CRK - rock like weatherproof speakers if you want a more 'discrete' installation.

    Soundhenge - rock like enclosures you can house the mariner cabinets in to make them 'blend' with your garden.

    A set of the Mariner 100 - with the SoundHenge covers if you want/need that look should work well for you. Though these are party/mood/background speakers - its not outdoor HiFi.

    Best regards

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