• Outdoor Speakers

  • AW525

    Thanks to its ported cabinet—a rare feature in an outdoor speaker—and its tough 5¼-inch polypropylene woofer, the AW525 plays all the way down to 45 Hz, low enough to reproduce bass with authority. Yet it's only a tad over 9 inches high. A pivoting tweeter made from Supernil synthetic fabric produces smooth highs and resists mold and mildew. Weather does not affect the AW525's performance, thanks to its waterproof drivers and super-tough ABS molded enclosure. A rustproof, powder-coated aluminum grille protects the drivers from impacts, and 125-watt power handling lets you play the AW525 at heavy-rock levels. We include a swivel bracket that lets you mount the AW525 horizontally or vertically, and point it in any direction you choose.

  • AW650

    This compact outdoor speaker delivers party-level sound even in large backyards. A tough, waterproof 6½-inch polypropylene woofer and ported cabinet give the AW650 much more powerful bass than most small speakers can muster. The pivoting 1-inch tweeter is made from Supernil synthetic fabric, which resists moisture and mold and also produces clear, detailed treble. A rugged ABS cabinet protects the AW650 against years of rain, snow and sun. The rustproof powder-coated aluminum grille protects the drivers from damage even if a stray football happens to hit the speaker. Each speaker comes with a swiveling mount, so you can mount it horizontally or vertically, then twist it in any direction.

  • AW830

    If you want serious outdoor sound, you want the AW830. Its 8-inch woofer and ported cabinet give you big 35 Hz bass that totally rocks any backyard! The 3-inch graphite midrange makes voices sound incredibly natural, and the 1-inch fabric tweeter pivots so you can direct the treble wherever you want it. With 175 watts power handling, the AW830 plays loud enough to cover an entire tennis court. The AW830's rugged cabinet can take anything your backyard can dish out: rain, snow, heat, cold, and even impacts from kids' toys. A rustproof, powder-coated aluminum grille protects the speaker drivers from damage. The included swivel bracket lets you mount the AW830 horizontally or vertically and point it in any direction.

  • AW600tt

    All you need is one AW600TT to reproduce both the left and right channels from a stereo system. The dual Supernil synthetic tweeters give you a spacious sound, and you can pivot them to make the sound more focused or more diffused. The 6½-inch polypropylene woofer uses dual voice coils to reproduce both stereo channels into a single driver, and deliver powerful bass down to 50 Hz. Thanks to its rugged ABS molded enclosure and rustproof, powder-coated aluminum grille, the AW600TT survives practically any hazards of the backyard: rain, snow, dust, heat, cold and even an off-target football. Each speaker includes a swivel-mount bracket that can be attached to a wall, under an eave or on a fence post.

  • R800

    The R800 has two advantages over most rock-shaped speakers. With its painted stone-look grille, it looks more like a real rock. Just as important, its awesome 8-inch graphite woofer produces real audiophile-quality bass and midrange. (We use the same driver in some of our best in-wall and ceiling speakers.) A top-quality 1-inch polyamide tweeter fills out the high frequencies. We built the R800's molded enclosure to survive years of the worst your backyard can dish out: rain, snow, heat, cold, dust and even routine impacts. Its extremely high 95 dB sensitivity means you can drive it to party-level volumes even with a 10-watt amplifier. Put a couple of these out back and your summers could be a lot more fun!