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What Are My Outdoor Speaker Options?

There are 4 types of outdoor speakers, surface mounted, in-ground, flush mounted, and landscape. To achieve your desired results, it’s important to select the right speaker type. Each speaker is designed to achieve a specific goal. Surface mounted speakers should be used when you want to add sound to a specific area such as a Patio or Deck. With surface mounted speakers, you can adjust the angle to determine the speaker coverage area. For surface mounted speakers, we recommend Sonos or Episode. The in-ground speakers are great for large areas as the sound comes out in a circular pattern. The in-ground speakers blend easily into the landscape. In-ground speakers are not recommended to be used near property lines as your neighbors will receive as much sound as you. For In-ground speakers, we recommend Episode. Outdoor flush mounted speakers operate in the same manner as indoor flush mounted speakers with the sound directed downwards in a circular pattern. The flush mounted speakers are ideal for front porches and decks or patios with ceilings. For in-ceiling speakers, we recommend Episode. Landscape speakers include rock and pendant type speakers. These speakers are ideal for walkways and blend easily into the landscape. For help with adding audio or video to your outdoor Living Spaces, call 888-775-2673 and schedule your free consultation. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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