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    SKU: OSD-BTP-650-PAR

    OSD BTP6506.5" Bluetooth 5.0 Outdoor Patio Speaker Pair 150W, IP54 Rated, Black or White

    Purchase 6.5" Bluetooth® 5.0 Outdoor Patio Speaker Pair 150W, IP54 Rated, Black or White BTP650
    • Outdoor Speaker Depot SKU: OSD-BTP-650-PAR bluetooth-wireless-patio-speaker
    • $299.00

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    Introducing the BTP650 Bluetooth® Patio Speaker Pair, the perfect addition to your deck or patio. These sleek and modern speakers are designed to withstand all weather conditions with an IP54 rating and are constructed with a water-resistant treated paper woofer and a 1" silk dome tweeter. With a power handling of 150W, you can enjoy powerful sound no matter the occasion.

    The speakers feature Bluetooth® Version 5.0 and are compatible with A2DP Standard, making it easy to connect to any Bluetooth®-enabled device. The powder-coated rust-resistant aluminum grille and gold-plated spring-loaded binding posts add to the durability of the speakers, while the composite resin low resonator cabinet provides clear and crisp sound.

    The set includes one main speaker and one pairing speaker, and comes with a full-motion bracket for easy installation. The power supply length is 3' 5" from plug to transformer and 15' 5" from transformer to speaker. The speakers are available in black or white and come with a 1-year warranty. Sold as a pair.

    Helpful tips:
    1) Determine the ideal location where the Patio Speakers are not exposed directly to the elements. Note: speakers typically should be placed between 8 to 12 feet apart for proper stereo separation.
    2) The Master Patio Speaker needs to be located near an AC outlet where you can connect the Power Supply to the Master Speaker in order provide the electrical current needed for the Internal Stereo Power Amplifier and Bluetooth® Receiver.
    3) The Pairing speaker must be connected to the Master Speaker with the 10-foot Speaker Cable that is supplied with the kit. The length of the speaker cable can be cut down for an exact fit but should not be extended beyond 30 feet

    What's Included: Water Resistant Power Adapter, Speaker Wire, and Waterproof Wire Connectors

    Warning: California's Proposition 65

    Warning:

    This product can expose you to chemicals, including vinyl chloride, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

    • Speaker Type: 6.5" 2 Way Bluetooth® Patio Speakers
    • IP54 Rated
    • Woofer: 6.5" Water Resistant Treated Paper Woofer
    • Tweeter: 1" Silk Dome 
    • Frequency Response: 32Hz-20kHz +/- 10dB
    • Power Handling: 150W
    • Sensitivity: 90db
    • Impedance: 8 Ohms
    • Bluetooth® Version: 5.0
    • Compatible with A2DP Standard
    • Powder-coated Rust Resistant Aluminum Grille
    • Gold-Plated Spring Loaded Binding Posts
    • Full Motion Bracket
    • Composite Resin Low Resonator Cabinet
    • Power Supply Length: Plug to Transformer - 3' 5", Transformer to Speaker - 15' 5"
    • Unit Dimensions: (L x H x D) 11.9" x 7.8" x 7.6"
    • Sold As: Pair
    • Colors Available: Black or White
    • Weight: 8.5" lbs each
    • Warranty: 1 Year
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    Blanton • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Is there a line input on the master speaker?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    If there was a hardware input I would buy these. Bluetooth is a nice feature but seriously? A product that you permanently install needs to be capable of accepting an input from a dedicated source
    Keith Anderson • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Do the speakers need to be fully charged prior to pairing them to your bluetooth device? I set them up, plugged the power cord into the outlet and tried to pair. However, I did not see the speakers show up on my device.
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Keith: There is no battery to charge so that would not be a problem. Some Apple phones take up to 5 minutes to pair. I have forwarded your email address to our customer service. They may try to contact you or you can contact them and ask for Steven, he is our Bluetooth expert. TL/4416
    Juan Martinez • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Can you connect more than one set of speakers together? Daisy chain 2 pair
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Juan: Our systems all feature a master speaker and satellite speaker combination. The master features a built in Bluetooth Receiver and two channel Power Amplifier with a single connection to the internal speaker and a second connection that has to be hard wired to the satellite speaker. There is no way to tie a second pair of speakers to any of the systems. The only option is to purchase an amplifier like our XMP 100 and a Bluetooth Dongle signal level Receiver that can be plugged into the Main input on the XMP 100 digital amplifier. You have a choice of Speaker A and Speaker B. All which have to be hard wired from the Amp to the speakers. You do have the wireless connection between the Bluetooth device and the Bluetooth Dongle. We do have a couple of of new products on the drawing board featuring multiple pairs, stay tuned. TL/4430
    Dustin • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I don't see where it says these speakers come with the mounting brackets, however the picture shows they do. Do they actually come with the mounting brackets?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Dustin: Sorry for the confusion, all of our patio speakers feature mounting brackets. The New AP650 (and AP525) feature a unique mounting bracket that swivels and tilts as well for maximum mounting flexibility. There is also a Bluetooth versions of both the 6.5" (BTP-650) and 5.25" (BTP-525) with identical mounting brackets. TL/4437
    Tom • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Does sound quality and volume improve if you are using a stereo receiver to stream from instead of a phone with aps such as Pandora or Spotify?
    Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
    Hi Tom: Good question, it may depend if which device has the latest version of Bluetooth. Bluetooth 5.0 has been introduced but not sure how many devices actually have adapted it in their component. Our BTP speakers all feature Bluetooth 3.0. There has since been BT4.0, BT4.1, BT4.2 and now BT5.0. Bluetooth technology is a global wireless communication standard that allows for the exchange of data over a certain distance. Bluetooth 3.0 Bluetooth 3.0, also known as high speed, is significantly faster than Bluetooth 2.0. Many wireless headphones operate with 3.0 technology which allows for a faster transfer rate at 20 megabits per second, as well as enhanced power control. This means that a smartphone can adjust to operate at the minimum power level needed to still retain a quality connection with your wireless headphones. Moreover, while still increasing the power if the Bluetooth connection if you were to move the phone further from the headphones. Bluetooth 4.0 When Bluetooth 4.0 was developed, the upgrade boasted a number of additional features like improved connectivity and range. However, what is most advantageous for audiophiles and really anyone especially interested in the internet of things is the Low Energy protocol. Bluetooth 4.1 Bluetooth Low Energy protocol means you can rock your wireless Bluetooth headphones a lot longer. Bluetooth LE allows smart devices to remain connected for longer periods of time without draining the battery. Bluetooth 4.1 took LE to another level. The 4.1 technology, which is currently featured in headphones like the MEE x7 Plus earbuds and others, can better manage their power and that of the device they are paired to by automatically powering up and down based on a power plan. Older versions of Bluetooth technology often interfered with other wireless technology, like 4G LTE communication, but the latest development was also made to fix that problem. Bluetooth 4.2 The latest iteration of Bluetooth is 4.2 technology. According to CSR, point two upgrade is said to dramatically increase speed 2.6x faster which means super speedy downloads that compared to older Bluetooth versions. I doubt whether there is any opposition to this feature. In addition privacy upgrades have been included, meaning systems like Apples iBeacon cant automatically track you unless you have enabled the system to do so with your device. Hmm sounds like anti-Apple stalking technology. The 4.2 technology is currently featured in the iPhone 6. Bluetooth 5.0 This is the newest grade of Bluetooth that has very recently been released. Bluetooth 5.0 was designed specifically to provide lossless and secure communication as our gadgets and gizmos become more and more technologically advance. This includes the IoT (Internet of Things). How so? Bluetooth 5.0 is the fastest iteration. It processes connections at 2 times the speed over 4 times the range handling over 8 times the amount of data. This means the higher the speed the more responsive high-performance devices will be. The Increased broadcast message size also means more data can be transmitted. As Bluetooth.com explains, These features, along with improved interoperability and coexistence with other wireless technologies, continue to advance the IoT experience by enabling simple and effortless interactions across the vast range of connected devices. Maybe you need to ask the Bluetooth People. TL/4440