landscape. Now the patio or backyard are ready for you to show off your gadget love for Rocks
WRSO10 Wireless Outdoor Rock Speakers Available in Slate or Canyon Rock finish, they are available for $250 for the pair and they include a 2.4GHz wireless transmitter hidden inside a tiny third rock. We like that these are two way speakers with woofers and tweeters included on each unit. They can run off batteries or you could use the AC adaptor. They look like real rocks (which is the whole point). Sound quality is a little bit of a let down, but if you are BBQ-ing outside and little tipsy, you won't notice how bad they sound.
AudioRock The cost for the speakers is $200 but it relies on the transmitter that is included in the $600 package from the LightSpeaker set; so you need to take that into consideration. Each speaker includes a 5.25: subwoofer and dual tweeters. It runs up to 12 hours of continuos play time, thanks in part to the re-chargeable lithium ion batteries, delivering crisp highs and deep lows, these set is one of the best out there.
Sound Blaster Wireless Rock Speaker For $200, you get a nearly identical clone to the Klipsch's AudioRock. From the cabinet design to the lithium battery, everything is in there. Slightly larger and also requires a separate wireless transmitter but this one only cost you an additional $100 to the basic cost. This is a great bang for the buck choice and it sounds as good as the Klipsch ones.
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