Wireless audio systems are great for streaming music from any source, to any place in the house... including outdoors. Now the party doesn't have to stop once you want to reach out for fresh air. These solutions will keep the outside dance floor packed.
Rocketfish Outdoor Wireless Speaker
With Rocketboost and 2.4GHz wireless technologies for reduced wireless interference, this sender/receiver and weather-resistant wireless speaker make it easy to equip your home theater or audio component system for crystal-clear wireless listening outdoors. 2.4GHz, 22-watt wireless speaker with up to 164' wireless range Allows you to enjoy wireless digital audio from your RocketfishTM wireless sender/receiver-equipped home theater or audio system. Wireless sender/receiver connects the speaker to your system to expand your home theater setup and supports transmitting sound from an audio device to a wireless-enabled system, for listening to your favorite tunes.
Yamaha NS-AW350 2-Way Indoor/Outdoor Speakers
Now you can listen to your favorite tunes, rain or shine. Yamaha's NS-AW350 bookshelf speakers are perfect for deck or porch placement, delivering great bass and treble in just about any desired location. You can bring them in during the cold months and set them up indoors, too: their high build quality and good sound lend them equally well to two-channel indoor listening. The speakers, which are sold as a pair, each use a 6.5-inch high-compliance, polypropylene, mica-filled woofer and 1-inch PEI dome tweeter. The drivers are optimized for high rigidity but low mass, giving them high sensitivity (87 dB with 2.83V at 1 meter), another way of saying they're easily driven by modest amplifiers. Their acoustic-suspension cabinets are sealed to prevent undue resonance or tubby, tuneless bass, which often results from low-cost ported designs. With a nominal impedance of 6 ohms, the speakers will work nicely with amplifiers up to 40 watts per channel, nominal, or 130 watts, peak power. The speakers are magnetically shielded, so you can place them on or near a TV or video monitor without fear of picture degradation from their magnetic fields. While you wouldn't want to leave the speakers exposed on, say, the deck of a boat, they are water resistant and designed to withstand light wind and rain--a benefit of their sealed enclosures and rugged metal grilles. The speakers come with mounting bases and brackets.