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My Homeowners Association doesn’t allow outdoor speakers, what are my options?


Many Homeowners Associations do not allow the permanent installation of outdoor speakers on Patios and Decks. This is especially true in townhomes and condo communities. Client’s faced with this dilemma and want to enjoy outdoor music often ask if there are any other options. A Bose Soundtouch 20 is a good option. If you have a Bose Soundtouch 20 or any other Bose Soundtouch wireless speakers and have an electrical outlet in your outdoor space, simply move the device to the outdoors. Plug in your Soundtouch device and wait for a minute to allow your unit to connect to your home’s WIFI network. As long as your WIFI signal is available, the Soundtouch unit will work well. So remember, if you are a member of any HOA, before you invest in outdoor speakers, check with your HOA.

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