The OSD Audio AP650 outdoor patio speaker pair is the perfect choice for enhancing your outdoor audio experience. With an IP54 rating for protection against dust and water, these speakers feature a frequency response of 35Hz to 22kHz +/- 10dB, power handling of 150W, and sensitivity of 90 dB. The gold-plated spring-loaded binding posts ensure a secure connection. The powder-coated rust-resistant aluminum grille, ABS polymer enclosure and full motion bracket make these speakers durable for outdoor use and easy to install in any position. The 6.5-inch water resistant paper cone woofer provides full sound and deep, rich bass. These speakers are perfect for patios, decks and overhangs and are safe from pool chemicals. They are sold as a pair and available in black or white, and comes with a 1-year warranty.
- Mounting bracket is designed to mount either vertically or horizontally
- Available with 70V switch for commercial installations
- Gold-plated spring compression binding posts for optimum connectivity
- Sturdy ABS polymer frame
- Powder-coated rust-resistant aluminum grille
Warning: California's Proposition 65
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" Indoor/ Outdoor Patio Speakers, 70V Optional
- IP54 Rated
- Woofer: 6.5" Water Resistant Paper Cone Woofer
- Tweeter: 1" Silk Dome
- Frequency Response: 35Hz to 22kHz +/- 10dB
- Power handling: 150W
- Sensitivity: 90 dB
- Impedance: 8 Ohms w/ Optional 70V Transformer Built-In
- 70V Taps: 32W, 16W, 8W and 4W
- Gold-Plated Spring-Loaded Binding Posts
- Powder-coated Rust-resistant Aluminum Grille
- Full Motion Bracket
- Unit Dimensions: (L x H x D) 11.9" x 7.8" x 7.6"
- Sold As: Pair
- Colors Available: Black / White
- Weight: 9 lbs Each Speaker
- Warranty: 1 year
93 Questions asked
What's on your mind?
Garry • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM They say -20-+200. Will they break at lower temperatures? Do I have to bring them in when winter hits?Can get to minus 40 here
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Gary: It is always a good idea to bring in any outdoor speaker when you will not be using them during the winter months especially when one lives in a climate with an extended winter with huge temperature extremes. You can leave the mounting bracket as is which means loosening two set screws and disconnecting your wires. Thank you for your interest in our outdoor speakers TL/3901
TC • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Do the grilles come off the front for cleaning?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHI TC: The Grills do come off but are a little different than the In-Wall and In-Ceiling which need to come off so the speaker can be mounted using the four or six screws you access behind the grill to activate the Dog Ear mounting brackets. The Outdoor speakers usually wedge a little rubber in the slot to make them harder to remove. So if you remove them it is harder to get the grill to go back in the slot properly. Note, this is a totaled sealed speaker on the front baffle and you can blow them off with a leaf blower at the lowest setting. Might also recommend store them for the Northeast Winters. Hope that helps TL/4073
anthony stewart • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I am looking at purchasing these speakers to use with my Christmas light display....the company I am purchashing my lighting system from says I need amplified speakers.....are these amplified, or do I need to purchase a separate amplifier?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHI Anthony: Great speakers, but not Powered. You would need an amplifier like our XMP-100 to power the speakers. I am pretty sure the system your are connecting to has a signal (low) level pre amplified connection that would plug directly into the XMP-100 amplifier then you would need to run speaker wires to the pair of speakers, two conductor (red+, black-) like our CL3/FT4 direct burial cables. WE do have a version of this speaker that is powered and connected by wire less Bluetooth but that depends on your system if you have that option. Need more info, contact me at [email protected] TL/4142
Gary • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I don't need a 70V option; reading the Q&A, it states there is a version of the speaker without the 70 V option. I this true, as I do not see this speaker without the 70 V option??
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Gary: Two things, first on the AP650 page there is an arrow for a drop down menu after color. It shows 8 ohm, White, 8 ohm Black both listed at the price listed on the page. Then a third listing is Black 70V (+$15.00) and fourth listing; White 70V (+$15.00). Also in the images the third one from the left shows the inputs and the 70V Transformer dial. One of the settings is for 8 ohm where the internal transformer is by passed. We have substituted the 70V version when we have run out of stock of the 8 ohm only version, in these cases there is no up charge. TL/4302
Jim Gaydusek • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I bought a pair of outdoor speakers from you quite a few years ago and they have exceeded my expectations year after year. I have them mounted on fences on opposite sides of my yard, separated by about 80' of lawn and powered up from my stereo inside the house. I used direct burial cable and I take them inside when we no longer sit outside for the winter months. My neighbor just had his fence replaced and the crew showed up when I wasn't home and without notice; they were less than gentle with the speaker removal and left it lay face down in the garden. I went to re-install it on the new fence and discovered that they managed to unscrew the 5 way connector so now, the positive connection is out of the speaker (see photo). I have several questions: Can I fix this terminal? If not, are the AP650 speakers comparable to what I have? Are the banana plugs you show rated for direct outdoor exposure to the elements (the speakers are not covered)? Thank you and regards, Jim Gaydusek
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Jim: Sorry you are having issues. Question, when you shake the speaker do your hear the nut rattling inside? It seems the internal nut came loose causing your input terminal to drop out. You can open up the cabinet from the front. You will remove the grill and remove the six screws which will separate the front baffle from the back enclosure. The nut should be inside. Otherwise the new replacement has a higher weatherproof rating and a removable back cover that protects the input push terminals. You can call in to our sales desk to discuss an additional discount since you are a repeat customer trying to replaces a legacy product. Call in and hit extension 102 and talk to Ed. TL/4453