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Buy some shower caps and put them on when speakers are not in use. Take down in the winter to save them from excessive elements.
By boomer on June 6, 2014
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they will stand up on four little nubs that act as "legs" that level it out and stand up right. That being said it would not be that sturdy like that but has a design feature(the Nubs) that allow for that. I actually used old brackets from another brand that almost fit perfect for me so it was an easy replacement. I li… see more they will stand up on four little nubs that act as "legs" that level it out and stand up right. That being said it would not be that sturdy like that but has a design feature(the Nubs) that allow for that. I actually used old brackets from another brand that almost fit perfect for me so it was an easy replacement. I live close to the ocean and it is very moist at night and these perform great especially for the money and the fact that they remain outside all the time. Work great and yes stand up and would be a perfect solution inside for a speaker of this size and power and cost . I hope that helps a little... see less they will stand up on four little nubs that act as "legs" that level it out and stand up right. That being said it would not be that sturdy like that but has a design feature(the Nubs) that allow for that. I actually used old brackets from another brand that almost fit perfect for me so it was an easy replacement. I live close to the ocean and it is very moist at night and these perform great especially for the money and the fact that they remain outside all the time. Work great and yes stand up and would be a perfect solution inside for a speaker of this size and power and cost . I hope that helps a little...
By David Messenger on October 7, 2013
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They are powered by your receiver which puts out low voltage just like to head phones. They will work with receiver.
By LC on June 9, 2015
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Yes...The instructions to accomplish that are included w/the speaker!
By R-ROC on July 23, 2015
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80 watts
By walter p. on November 25, 2016
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Just like any other normal wired speaker. Not self powered, not bluetooth.
By face51 on June 12, 2015
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Approx 8/9" tall and 4/5" wide. Great outdoor speaker for us. One of my best buys.
By Bethy on January 10, 2014
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One pair, but superb sound quality, especially for the price.
By Jack Owen on January 29, 2013
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the longer the wires from amplifier to spkr ,,,for example in a living room average size ? 20ft by 20ft I like using thicker wires so ,I use lamp chord 12 gauge why ? ,longer distance have more resistance with thinner wires so by the time the signals reach the speakers u can create a drop in volume so thicker wir… see more the longer the wires from amplifier to spkr ,,,for example in a living room average size ? 20ft by 20ft I like using thicker wires so ,I use lamp chord 12 gauge why ? ,longer distance have more resistance with thinner wires so by the time the signals reach the speakers u can create a drop in volume so thicker wire give the signals less resistance...and less strain on the amp.... see less the longer the wires from amplifier to spkr ,,,for example in a living room average size ? 20ft by 20ft I like using thicker wires so ,I use lamp chord 12 gauge why ? ,longer distance have more resistance with thinner wires so by the time the signals reach the speakers u can create a drop in volume so thicker wire give the signals less resistance...and less strain on the amp....
By walter p. on November 25, 2016
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As long as you can direct wire them, you should be very happy with your purchase. I have them at my pool outside and love them. Better than all previous speakers.
By JackMc on June 6, 2017