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Indoor/Outdoor wireless speakers

MyLongNickName (822545) writes | more than 8 years ago

User Journal 5

Here is my next project. I want to have wireless speakers for my computer. They must be able to operate outdoors, and be resistant to weather.

Will operate within 50-75 feet of PC.

I've done some googling, have a couple ideas, but hate to buy equipment without hearing from a couple of folks who have tried this. Anyone have any advice?

Here is my next project. I want to have wireless speakers for my computer. They must be able to operate outdoors, and be resistant to weather.

Will operate within 50-75 feet of PC.

I've done some googling, have a couple ideas, but hate to buy equipment without hearing from a couple of folks who have tried this. Anyone have any advice?

5 comments

I'd stick with wired (1)

josh3736 (745265) | more than 8 years ago | (#12844986)

Personally, I'd just grab some long wires. It's cheaper, it will sound better, and there will be no interference to deal with (especially if you have cordless phones and 802.11).

Plus, then you can buy those cool rock speakers [bestbuy.com].

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