Outdoor speakers are weather resistant. NOT waterproof. They must be installed in an area that is protected from falling water. UV rays from the Sun will destroy anything it touches over time.
Morning dew will not bother them. Occasional water will not harm them. But direct rain will undoubtedly harm any speakers. "Marine Grade" speakers are as close to waterproof as they come. "Marine Grade" speakers will resist a salt water environment. But even they must be rinsed off after a day at sea.
My advice is that you find a place where your speakers will be protected from the rain & sun. Moisture & heat will not harm them. But direct water & direct sun will destroy anything. I live in Florida. I understand this better than anyone. Products which were advertised as indestructible, water proof, sun proof etc don't survive here in Florida.
Again. Put these under an eve, overhang or other protection. Otherwise you will replace them in a couple of years.
No these are just speakers that must be plugged into a tuner. If your tuner accepts the blue tooth signal from your phone or device then sends it along the wired connection that could work but these are just speakers.
just put mine up but I plan on keeping them up all year. Im in PA so it will get crappy outside but they are "outdoor"
speakers so if you can mount them under something for alittle protection they should be ok.
They sound great for the $$ by the way.
they are just regular speakers that are powered by a receiver or some docking stations. they have speaker wire clips in the back where you connect them to a receiver. ie surround sound, cd player with speakers, etc.