When buying a speaker for outdoors, you’ll be faced with a number of challenges. Depending on what purpose you are looking to purchase speakers, you’ll have to pay close attention to a specific set of requirements to ensure that your speakers will work perfectly and won’t break. In this post I will review some of these requirements to help you choose the perfect pair of speakers.
One of the first consideration is whether you want to install speakers permanently or just set them up temporarily. If you need speakers just for the occasional party then it is much easier to temporarily set up speakers. In this case you won’t have to run long wires nor purchase expensive mounts. Wireless speakers such as models at http://www.amphony.com/products/wireless-speaker.htm are a good choice for temporary setups. You won’t have to run any wires. Also, the speaker can run off batteries and so you are flexible in terms of where to put the speaker. You don’t have to worry about having mains power. However, a drawback of battery powered speakers is the fact that these models don’t offer nearly as much wattage as wireless speakers that run from an external power supply such as a wallwart.