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Outdoor Patio Speakers High Power AP640T 70V Transformer Pair

Product code: OSD-AP640Transformer

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Features & Specifications

When you need rugged, 6.5-inch patio speakers, the AP640 70-Volt High-Power Outdoor Speakers might be perfect for you. Available in black or white, these speakers feature polypropylene woofers and 1-inch Supernil soft dome tweeters. They're ideal for situations in which you need to daisy-chain speakers to cover a large area, and they're resistant to salt, water, pool chemicals and even snow. AP640 speakers feature gold-plated binding posts, as well as solid brass and stainless steel hardware.


Other Product Info

Our outdoor patio speakers are built to rock and play at high listening levels. They play rich bass and awesome output. Handling power from 10 watts to 150 watts. They let you play your living room music at your backyard. All come with swivel-brackets for mounting and can be mounted vertically or horizontally. Full weather versatility and can take the heat — and the cold — for years to come. Quality-built, exactly what you'd expect from a premium brand. Easily beat JBL, Bose and Polk high end speakers with better sound quality and at much less the price. Exceptional sound quality, flexible mounting possibilities, and a sleek unobtrusive look. Our patio speakers fill your patio, deck, or pool area with the sonic excitement.



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6 Questions & 7 Answers
from Laredo, TX asked:
April 30, 2018
Do you need a separate accessory to daisy chain these speakers?
1 Answer
HI Benny: Whether you are connecting a pair or multiple pairs it depends on whether you are running 70V or 8 ohm. In each case you can connect the cable come from you amp/receiver to the input terminal You can also connect a second pair of 2 conductor cables and come out of the Input connector and run to a second speaker. If you are running 8 ohm then by daisy chaining the second pair the amplifier will see an 4 ohm load. If your are connecting 70V then it all depends on how many speakers you are daisy chaining. Then you have to know how much wattage you have available then determine what the tap setting should be. The total wattage selected should not add up to more than 80% of available wattage. Lets say you are using our PAM245 rated at 240 watts. 80% of the 240 watts is 192 available watts. The tap settings on the AP-640T is 30 W/16 W/8 W/4 W which means you could run 6 AP-640T at 30 W or 180 watts total. Note you do not have to have all the speakers set to the exact same setting. You can set it up so half the speakers can play louder than the other half, say 4 at 30 W and 4 at 16 W. Hope that helps TL/4946
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on April 30, 2018

from Louisiana asked:
May 28, 2017
My speakers won't pair with my Samsung Galaxy Note 5. What can I do to fix this problem?
1 Answer
Hi Deborah: The AP-640T (AP: Audio Patio, T for 70V transformer) that you are referring to is not a Bluetooth Speaker but a Passive stereo pair of Patio Speakers: The speaker you should be looking at is the BTP650 Bluetooth kit. Which features a Master Speaker with a built in Bluetooth Receiver and internal stereo power amplifier. It comes with a second satellite speaker that connects to the Master by a two conductor speaker wire giving you two stereo speakers (a left and right channel). Please contact our RMA department and ask them about exchanging the speakers. You will need a copy of your receipt and the original packaging. They will also need to know where and when you purchased the pair from as well. We have a 30 day performance guarantee. TL/4389
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 29, 2017

from Atlantic City, NJ asked:
November 22, 2016
Would these work with for a PA system that will play music and at times, have people announcing?
1 Answer
Hi Troy: Yes these should work for your PA system, typically these speakers have a broader frequency response that your typical PA speaker. They also have a 70V tap in case your PA system is 70V. Just note that the tap settings should not exceed the rated power of your PA system. So if your PA system is rated at 20 Watts then you will set each speaker to 8W (or 16 watts total). Total wattage available is 80 percent of the rated power so 16 watts would be perfect for your 20 Watt amp. These are sold in pairs. They will also work as a stereo 8 ohm pair of speakers, There is an 8 ohm tap setting on the speakers. Good luck TL/4130
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 25, 2016

Scott Larime
from Detroit , MI asked:
December 16, 2013
What is the process for daisy chaining these speakers, ie the watt taps? we intend to daisy chain a total of 8 speakers in a open street area in Greektown, Detroit, MI . Is there a guide the installation guide does not show this. Thanks, Scott Larime
1 Answer
Hi Scott, Daisy-Chaining these speakers together is as simple as paralleling each speaker off the previous. It is recommended to have a licensed installer. Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks. -BM 2396
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on December 16, 2013

from Ventura, California asked:
April 19, 2012
Responding to the last answer, What if the speakers are pointing down from overhead? -are they still adequetly weatherproof for Southern California? (Santa Barbara) I need the 70v and they are for a commercial restaurant application. Installed many of these indoors with much success, thanks for such a good-sounding product!
1 Answer
Craig, You should be fine with the AP640T as long as the port is not exposed so that it would fill up with water. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 19, 2012

from Irvine asked:
March 22, 2012
are these speakers water proof? they will be going on my patio but will not be covered by a roof...
2 Answers
Hi Greg, This particular speaker would not be a good choice since they feature a ported design, which tends to fill up with water if exposed to the elements day and night (even here in Southern California). My best recommendation for outdoor applications in direct exposure is our AP550T stereo speaker (which is a sealed non-ported design) featuring a dual voice coil and dual tweeters. You can either connect one to Speaker A of your amplifier and the second one to Speaker B. That would mean running CL3 16 gauge four conductor cable from your Amplifier /Receiver (right and left +/-) to each speaker. If you only have one set of outputs (only speaker B for instance), then you should considering adding an outdoor Impedance Matching Volume Control like our OVC300. That would allow you to connect two of the AP550TT in parallel and provide the proper impedance back to your power source. Typically, in a patio setting, stereo separation is not as critical for background music. TL/MA/CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 23, 2012
Greg, These speakers are designed to with stand the elements and can handle humidity and extreme temperatures. You can mount them anywhere on your patio even if they are not covered, but giving them any kind of protection will prolong the life of your speakers. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 23, 2012

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