AudioSource LS525 2-Way Indoor/Outdoor Bookshelf Speakers (Pair, Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Pair of 2-way indoor/outdoor, bookshelf, mountable speakers
- 5.25-inch reinforced polypropylene woofer, .75-inch polycarbonate dome tweeter
- Die-cast polymer enclosure; 125 watts power handling (maximum)
- Mounting hardware, adhesive "feet," and color-matched mounting brackets included
- Measures 6.6 x 9.5 x 7 inches (W x H x D) each
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AUDIOSOURCE LS-525, BLACK 5 1/4 COMPACT 2 WAY INDOOR/OUTDOOR SP
AudioSource's LS525 indoor/outdoor speakers are designed for durability, ease of use, and quality sound from small enclosures. You can mount them from the eaves or in a partially covered deck or patio using the supplied mounting brackets or position them indoors on a shelf or on individual stands (not included). You can even use them as surround speakers for a home theater (or, with 2 pairs, as front and surround).
Despite being small (6.6 x 9.5 x 7 inches, W x H x D), the LS525s each feature a 5.25-inch reinforced polypropylene woofer and .75-inch polycarbonate tweeter and can handle up to 125 watts per channel from your integrated amplifier or surround receiver. They're easy to hook up and can accommodate almost any kind of speaker-wire connections (up to 12-gauge wire). The speakers' binding-post speaker terminals simplify hookups and ensure high-fidelity sound.
The speakers come with color-matched brackets for mounting and nonslip adhesive pads for shelf or stand positioning.
What's in the Box
Two speakers, color-matched mounting brackets, self-adhesive "feet," and a user's manual with installation instructions.
Note: The LS525s are manufactured to resist a variety of weather conditions, but they're not waterproof, so if you decide to place them outdoors, position them so they're not directly exposed to the elements. The undersides of most eaves and overhangs provide the best protection.