Polk Audio Atrium Garden Speakers

Polk Audio Atrium Garden Speakers

Anthony Nguyen
May 28, 2010

So you've got your sweet speakers finally set up in kitchen. But what about that outdoor sound system? Not just any system can withstand nature's wrath, but when a manufacturer is confident enough to claim their outdoor speakers can handle "blows from weed whackers, mowers and other lawn equipment," we just had to take a closer look...

Specifically designed for the outdoors, Polk Audio's Atrium Garden Speakers a sweet versatile package made of mid-range satellite speakers (the Atrium Sat30) and an extra-loud, downward-firing subwoofer (the Atrium Sub10). The stand-out piece, however, is the 200-watt Atrium Sub10. The 10-inch driver comes with a waterproof casing and can support objects up to 200lbs. You can also paint it any color you like to help camouflage it into your backyard decor.

With the combined power and durable build, you can plant the speakers in your landscaping, hang it from your ceiling, or install anywhere you want to mix music with the great outdoors.

The entire system bundle (2 Sat30's and 1 Sub10) will run you small fortune of $600 from Amazon.com. Individually, you can purchase the Sat30 for $150 and Sub10 for $300. We'd recommend picking a few of these up, pair it with an Apple Express, and stream music to the outdoors via AirTunes for a sweet, simple outdoor music solution.

[Via Technabob]

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