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Grace Digital Audio debuts new outdoor speakers

Outdoor speakers that look like a rock debut

| Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Aug 30, 2010 4:02 pm

I know many people who can't function without music to listen too. If they are outside grilling, playing with the kid's, or at the lake swimming they want music to listen too. If you are the sort that spends a lot of time outside and you want music to listen to while you are out there Grace Digital Audio has unveiled a new line of waterproof speakers that you can use outside without worrying about getting them wet.

 

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The new line includes the Rock Speaker, which looks like a rock unsurprisingly. It has a 1x1" tweeter and a 1 x 4" full range speaker inside. The overall dimensions are 12.13" x 15.51" x 14.29". The speakers are powered by an AC adapter or an internal rechargeable battery and the whole thing is IPX7 approved. Wireless range is 150-feet and the battery is good for 7 hours.

 

The Schooner II has pair of waterproof speakers with carry handles and is IPX3 approved with a dock for your iPod. Wireless range is also 150-feet and it is good for 7-hours of battery life. The final new set of speakers is the Mini-bullets II with 1x3" full range speakers using double bass boost tech. The speakers can run from a wall outlet of with six AA batteries and are IPX3 approved. The wireless range is the same 150-feet. The Rock Speaker sells for $149.99, Schooner II is $129.99, and the Mini-Bullets II are $99.99.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Maxborgesagencyblog.com

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