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AP520 High Performance Outdoor Patio Speaker 5.25" Pair White Black 2-Way 70V Optional

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Features & Specifications

The best way to pipe high-quality sound to any outdoor space is to install all-weather speakers, and our OSD Audio AP520T Outdoor Patio Speakers fit the bill. Available in black and white, these modern, sleek speakers are economical and provide superior sound quality. With compact cabinetry, these speakers are great for outdoor spaces between 300 and 500 square feet. They come with stainless steel hardware and include gold-plated, five-way binding posts.

All-weather design withstands even harsh climates
Stainless steel hardware for long-lasting durability
5.25" Polypropylene Woofer for excellent bass
Gold-plated 5-way Binding Posts
Mounting Brackets included (note: screws not included due to varying types of mounting surfaces)


Other Product Info

Can these patio speakers really handle all kinds of weather?
OSD Audio outdoor speakers are specifically designed to withstand water, rain, sun, snow and any extreme weather conditions, although it's always a good idea to install your new patio speakers under eaves for extra protection. Features that guarantee you’ll enjoy our patio speakers for years to come include gold-plated binding posts, solid brass and stainless steel hardware, rust-proof aluminum grille and a mineral filled composite cabinet that can handle temperature fluctuations from –20F to 200F.

How do I connect the speakers to my source equipment?
Most customers connect their outdoor speakers directly to household amplification, that is directly to a home a receiver or outboard receiver/amp stored safely in a tool shed or other covered space. OSD Audio patio speakers are compatible with just about any home stereo receiver/amp and most receivers/amplifiers today have A+B channels, so you can use the extra channel to drive exterior sound. It’s always a good idea to check your amplifier or receiver manual for the correct connection procedures.

Our outdoor patio speakers are built to rock and play at high listening levels. They have rich bass and an awesome output. Handling power from 10 watts to 150 watts. They let you play your living room music in your backyard! All come with swivel-brackets for easy mounting and can be installed 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, 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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31 Questions & 33 Answers
from Tyrone pa asked:
July 22, 2019
How can i hook these speakers up to my Samsung tv
2 Answers


Youwill need an external amplifier. All Audio outputs on the SAMSUNG TV are preamponly. There are two choices one analog (3.5mm stereo headphone jack) and theother Digital Fiber Optic. There is an issue with SAMSUNG TV not having aVariable output so you can not control the volume with your SAMSUNG Remote. Ouroptimum solution is adding our NERO XD Streamer Integrated Power Amplifier withFiber Optic Input so can be connected directly to the Digital Fiber Opticoutput of the TV. It would be a native digital signal transmitted to the NEROXD Streamer where it would convert to Analog through the High-Quality DAC(Digital to Analog Converter). It supports 16/24-bit192kHz typically higher qualitythan those DACs found in Standard TV. The NERO is compact and includes a WallMounting bracket so you can mount the Amp on the wall behind the TV. The NEROXD Streamer features additional sources like a free app-driven Wi-Fi Link and aBluetooth Receiver as well as the Digital Fiber Optic and Analog line-input.There is also a dedicated Subwoofer output so a Powered Subwoofer can be easilyadded and controlled by the IR Remote Control that comes with the NERO AMP. TheIR Remote allows you to select the sources, control the volume, and pause/play.The IR codes are available to program a Universal Remote. I will send youadditional info to your email address on the NERO XD Streamer.


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on July 26, 2019
Hi Victoria:

The speakers will not connect directly to the TV. All Televisions feature Pre-amp outputs including either Left and Right RCA Analog or Digital Fiber Optic so you can connect to an external Amplifier between the TV and Speakers. A simple Amplifier would be our OSD Audio XMP100 which would use a stereo RCA patch Cord to connect to the TV. Then connect the AP520 speakers to the XMP100 using Speaker Wire (checkout our OSD Audio CL3 16/2 speaker cable). But our best choice for connecting the AP520 or any other pair of external speakers is our NERO XD Streamer an Integrated Digital Power Amplifier. This can 

Submitted by: Tim Leahy on July 25, 2019

Diane Rosemond
from Hendersonville, NC asked:
May 14, 2019
I have a pair of outdoor speakers. Can I adjust the volume on the speaker itself? Or, do I need to get a volume control for outside?
1 Answer
Hi Diane:

There is no built-in volume control on any of our passive patio speakers. We do recommend adding one of our OVC300 outdoor Impedance Matching Volume Controls. Or if you are only looking for a single Volume controls with no plans to add additional speakers we recommend using our OVC305R (resistor based unit with no Impedance matching Capability). In either case, these are stereo Volume controls with four input connections (right and left channels each +/-). You wire it in line with the wires you have already run or are -planning to use. If you are in the planning stages, you will run a single four-conductor cable (like our 16/4) to the Volume control then two (2) conductor cables (like our 16/2) one to each speaker. They will work if you have already run two (2) conductor cables as well. If your runs are over 80 feet, then we would recommend going with 14 gauge cables. All our cables are CL3 rated and approved for direct burial. Please feel free to contact me if you need additional help;


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on May 17, 2019

Guy Joanisse
from Canada J8T4K5 Quebec Gatineau asked:
April 8, 2019
How much shipping for 5 pairs to my address
1 Answer
Hi Guy: You can go online and place an order in the cart, and you can get a quote on the freight and decide if it is acceptable. We also sell through AMAZON for Canada as well. Or you can contact our distributor in Vancouver: Audio Video Supplies Importer Tel: 604-541-6034 And ask them for a quote as well. Both AMAZON and out BC warehouse do not honor the 10% Spring discount. We do not have free freight to Canada when buying directly from us. Good luck TL/5500
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on April 11, 2019

from houma,LA asked:
September 4, 2018
do these work with RCA type plug's? If not do you have any outdoor speaker's that will? Thanks' Larry
1 Answer
Hi Larry: These connectors are binding posts featured on the back of the AP520 speaker that will not work with RCA connectors especially if they are from a preamplified signal. TL/
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on September 5, 2018

Edward J Renas
from TN asked:
June 26, 2018
I noticed some complaints in the reviews in regards to mounting the AP520 horizontally, has the issue been resolved? These would be mounted horizontally under an eave with the speaker facing out and slightly downward.
1 Answer
Hi Edward: I have not heard of any issue where the product has been returned due to this issue. The two reviews where it was brought up had issues but they did not return the product. I personally recommend the step up from the AP520 to the AP525 especially for horizontal mounting since the AP525 bracket also tilts as well as swivels so you can toe the speaker inwards and down. The ideal distance between right and left speaker should equal the distance to the sweet spot or prime listening spot/area. The distance from each speaker to the sweet spot should equal the distance you mount them apart left and right. Like a perfect triangle with three equal sides. If they have to be mounted a little farther apart you can make sure the tweeters are on the inside. TL/5077
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on June 26, 2018

Jeremy Hostetler
from Cleveland Ohio asked:
June 8, 2018
Can I run one speaker wire to one speaker and then "daisy chain" another wire to the next speaker? I have to run a line out 100ft and don't want to have to run 2 lines.
1 Answer
HI Jeremy: Are you running 70V or 8 ohms? 70Volt, no problem since that is how they will be connected anyway, in parallel. 8 ohm will take some creativity depending on your Source/Amplifier. How many speakers are you planning to run in total? What is your choice for Amplifiers (70V or 8 ohms)? Please let me know so I can be more helpful. My contact email is It would be nice to see images of your project as well. I would also suggest looking at the AP525 or even the AP650. Like the AP520 they also have 70V option. Also more bass and higher sensitivity. Let me know more... TL/5044
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on June 8, 2018

Brian Wilson
from Atlanta asked:
April 18, 2018
Does this include 2 speakers?
1 Answer
HI Brad: Yes, they are shipped as a stereo pair. Two speakers in the box. Sold in pairs 1 = 1 pair They are available in White or Black. TL/4916
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on April 18, 2018

from Saint George, Utah asked:
October 14, 2017
Im confused on the description of these speakers. Where it says impedance its states 8 ohm with a built in 70v transformer than states the taps available. So does it come with both or do you have to choose 8 ohm or 70v in drop menu? Id like to have both options on the speakers.
1 Answer
HI Luis: If you want both options you order the AP-520T and pay an extra $10.00. What T version has is a 5 position switch on the back featuring 8 ohm, and four 70V Tap options 4W, 8W, 16W or 30W. You connect the positive and negative leads to the corresponding positive and negative inputs on the back as well for both applications. You will also need to have a 70V amplifier to utilize the 70V taps options. Sorry for the confusion TL/4594
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 17, 2017

Luis Quispe Jr
from Saint George, Utah asked:
October 17, 2017
Does the AP520 come with 8 ohm and the 70 volt together or one or the other only?
1 Answer
Hi Luis: As I stated you can order the 8 ohm version and there is no rotary switch for 70V tap, just the stereo inputs for 8 ohm. On the AP520 T version (at a $10.00 premium) you have the same inputs but there is a rotary switch with five choices, 8 ohm, (4 each 70V options) 4W, 8W, 16W and 30W. Note 70V most come from a 70V amplifier. Then are a whole set of different rules to 70V versus 4/8 ohm. TL/4595
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 17, 2017

nina smith
from Orlando, FL asked:
May 25, 2017
I am going to put these speakers outside without any covering. Will rain damage them?
1 Answer
HI Nina: Checkout the AP525 or AP650 which have a higher rating for exposure to the elements and also feature a unique two way mounting bracket. Like the AP520 these are sealed enclosure designs without a ported cabinet. The AP525 and AP650 features a Hybrid composite cabinet that will have a longer shelf life. Something you may need especially when it starts raining in Florida again. TL/4382
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 25, 2017

from Ann Arbor, MI asked:
May 1, 2017
I'm looking at two the AP525 and AP520 speakers and am confused by the specs. The AP525 state 120 watts of power, but in the specs state 100W power cap, and Freq Response of 45-20K, 90 DB sensitivity for $70. The AP520 states 100 power in the description, but lists the Power cap at 120W, and Freq Req of 45-22K, 88 DB sensitivity for $60. I must be missing something because the only advantage f the AP525 is the higher sensitivity rating. Can you please clarify? Thanks.
1 Answer
Hi Gary: The AP525 and the step up AP650 are newer designs that features a new composite cabinet material, Unique two way mounting system which swivel and tilts. The speakers also have the highest certification; IP-6X for direct exposure to the elements. Internally there is a true level 2 crossover network as well. The AP520 features a level 1 crossover with just a resistor protecting the Tweeter. Yes the AP525 has a 90dB sensitivity vs 88dB for the AP520. So it takes less power to drive the AP525. They also have a better sound quality. So we feel it is a better overall value. TL/4340
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 8, 2017

from Florida asked:
April 19, 2017
Will these speakers in a jeep or boat?
1 Answer
Hi John: Would not recommend in your or Boat. There are companies that specialize in Marine Speakers that are set up better for the elements especially salt water. Maybe for your Jeep but I would recommend our AP525 especially if you are planning to have the top down or off. Both the AP525 and AP650 have our highest rating for direct exposure to the elements. They also have unique Mounting bracket that swivels and tilts for more flexibility when mounting the speaker. TL/4315
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 8, 2017

from Florida asked:
March 1, 2017
Live on the Intracoastal with a salt air environment. Are the mounting brackets aluminum or steel?
1 Answer
Hi Don: The factory confirmed these are Rustproof Powder Coated Steel then added there should be no problem unless in an area with heavy Acid Rain or near salt water. It is the same with the grill as well on these speakers. TL/4235
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 2, 2017

from IN asked:
February 1, 2016
says the temp rating is -20. We get temps below that, rarely and short lived, how long can it take lower temps?
1 Answer
Hi David: We suggest taken your outdoor speakers in for the winter to extend their life. Are you actually trying to use them during these temperature extremes or just want to leave them permanently mounted and not touch them after they have been installed? The AP520 is a sealed enclosure that does not have to deal with a port like some of our other Patio speakers that may be susceptible to taken on water internally. We have heard many stories about our outdoor speakers still out there playing after being in extreme heat of the Arizona desert or from the extreme cold climates north of you. I hope that helps TL/3684
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 1, 2016

Pablo Cacanando
from Hercules, California asked:
February 13, 2014
Can this speaker used as a surround on a 5.1 speaker set up?
1 Answer
Hi Pablo, Yes of course! You can run it as your surround back or your front left/right. If you want a slightly higher quality sound, check out the AP525 - same size but a higher definition sound. Let us know if that helps. Thanks! -BM 2484
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 5, 2014

from Deltona, Fl asked:
December 6, 2013
Can I connect this to a TV or dish receiver by the optical outlet or the red and white cable ? I want to be able to hear music outside. Can I hook this up myself? I'm a women alone .
1 Answer
Hi Nancy, These speakers will actually need an amplifier to run them, something like our AMP60. You can then plug your receiver into the AMP60 via RCA (red/white) cable and run the AMP60 to the speakers via speaker wire. It's quite a simple setup as long as you have the amp, speakers, RCA cable, and speaker wire. Call us for further help! Thanks. -BM 2378
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 29, 2014

from Chicago, IL. asked:
June 25, 2013
What's the difference between AMP120 or the RX4105? The AMP120 is currently sold out, can I just get the RX4105?
1 Answer
Hi Carolina, The RX4105 is a suitable alternative. This is an A/V receiver that features AM/FM radio as well as other functions not typically included in amplifiers like the AMP120. CL /MA 2019
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 1, 2013

from colorado springs, co asked:
May 18, 2013
Really, how do these speakers sound? In a 400 sq. ft. yard? Powered by a Luxman R1040 receiver, 8 ohm amp? While music is playing on zone A. thanks - mike
1 Answer
Hi Mike, Our AP520 patio speaker pair sound great and should work fine with your receiver. CL/MA 1908
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 28, 2013

from boston ma asked:
May 11, 2013
Do I just hook these speakers up to my stereo,, then I can listen to music out on my deck or do I have to buy additional equip?
1 Answer
Hi Sharon, These patio speakers can be connected to a receiver or stereo as long as it has enough power to drive them. We also offer wireless speakers that are self-powered that you can connect to an iPod, receiver, laptop, etc. If your stereo receiver does not have enough power, we suggest looking at the AMP120 or the RX4105. CL /MA1885
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 17, 2013

from Enid,ok asked:
May 9, 2013
I'm looking to replace my current outdoor speakers with these bc the old ones have run their course. They will be outside at my little league ball field. Plan on buying 2 pair. Will these speakers fill the playing area with sound. Won't be anymore than 75ft from any one speaker. All speakers are currently firing toward the field.
1 Answer
Hi Stephen, Our AP520 patio speakers are excellent patio speakers with 5.25” drivers. With the open space of a baseball field, you might not get enough coverage, particularly if you were at the far end of 75ft from the speaker. We suggest going to the larger, 6.5”cone size of our AP640 6.5" pair for better all-around sound. CL/MA1878
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 15, 2013

from akron,ohio asked:
April 14, 2013
Can I connect these speakers to my Samsung Galaxy 10.1 tablet?
1 Answer
Hi Mike, Yes, but you’ll need an amplifier like our AMP120 between the Samsung Galaxy10.1 Tablet and the speakers. The AP520 outdoor speakers are passive and require an amplifier. Simply connect the AMP120 with a 3.5mm adapter cable to dual male RCA connectors. The 3.5mm plugs into the headphone jack from the Galaxy and the RCA plug into Line 1 or 2 input of the OSD AMP120. TL/MA - 1801
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 15, 2013

from Woodstock, GA asked:
September 3, 2012
I need to replace the grills that cover the front of the speaker housing. Are they available?
1 Answer
Hi Bruce: We typically have replacements available. Please contact Brennan at He will be able help you out. TL 1270
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 3, 2012

from manhattan asked:
July 17, 2012
Ok no problem...I have an older Pioneer Elite VSX-79 Receiver which is rated at 165 watts with distortion .01% or something and 130 continuous in the manual. It has currently connected to it 5.1 Polk Audio RM-6750 sattelite speaker set. This includes FR, C, FL, RR, RL and Sub Woofer. These speakers are small so the recommended setup from Polk was to wire the subwoofer via Speaker level inputs from the fronts speakers and not a RCA subwoofer cable to the receiver. I also have an open B front channel on the receiver that I wanted to wire speakers to the bathroom and the outside patio. I really only need to control the patio speakers separatelly since I will probably keep them off most of the year unless I am outside. So I dont want them to control the bathroom speakers or my existing FR and FL speakers which I will use all the time. So I am thinking if I wire the patio speakers up parallel with the FR and FL that this volume control will also now control my main front speakers as well which I dont want. Also if I wire the patios up with the bathroom speakers the volume control will now control the bathroom and the patios as well which I dont want. Not sure what my optimal setup should be, thanks for any help.
1 Answer
Hi Jax: Most of the Pioneer Elite Receivers I looked up feature the option to connect a second room with either pre-amp out/labeled as Multi-Room (which you would need an external Amplifier) or connecting to Speaker B. I would recommend using our SSVC2, 2 zone speaker selector with dual source, Internal Volume Controls and independent on/off switches. That way you could connect both the bathroom speaker (would recommend our Weather-Resistant ICE800TTWRS (single stereo speaker) or ICE800WRS if you have room for a stereo pair. Plus connect the AP520 Patio speakers to the second zone. You would be able to turn ether speaker on/off plus control the volume levels as well. The SSVC2 also handles the impedance matching for the two speaker pairs connected in parallel to your speaker B. That VSX-79 is a real classic, it features a Phono input as well as S-Video connections. But I am sure as most of the Pioneer Elite products it is very well built. We can also satisfy your Cable needs featuring both 16 and 14 gauge in both 2 and 4 conductor versions all CL3 rated approved for in-wall and outdoor applications. Please let me know if you need further clarification. If you need further info please contact me at TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 18, 2012

from Manhattan asked:
July 16, 2012
Ok so in summary I have a 5.1 setup currently. You are saying Split my front left and rights off that A with the IMp matching volume control an additional set of speakers. Than my b channel gets it'd own dedicated normal speaker. Does it Matter that my fronts A are currently going to the sub woofer as speaker level inputs? Sorry for all the questions, thanks.
1 Answer
Hi Jax, Before we proceed, I will need a complete layout of your current and intended system including the make and model of the equipment you have. This would give me a better idea of how to help you. Once I have a basic understanding, I can supply you with the proper diagrams. I am looking forward to seeing your system. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 17, 2012

from manhattan, ny asked:
July 16, 2012
Thanks for the informative response, sick! Ok...just curious...if I do wire the 2 sets of speakers in parallel can i only use 1 impedance matching OVC 300 on only 1 set with the setting at 1/2x? Or would that result in the 2nd set drawing an evil load of 4ohms since there is no impedance match? Also would this ultimatelly mean that this controls both sets of speakers than? Reason I ask is because I really don't need a volume control on 1 of the speakers. I really only need to separatelly control 1 set of speakers. Also any reason you recommend the SVC300 over the 100 for my setup? Thanks again!
1 Answer
Hi Jax: You can go back to the original concept of connecting one speaker to A output and use the SVC300 (set to 1/2x) Impedance matching Volume Control and then just connect the second stereo speaker directly to B output with no volume Control. The 300 versus 100 is better choice. The 300 will have plenty of Transformer capacity so you will not saturate it. With the High Current Amplifier and quality of the Niles speakers you want to go with the higher value. I hope that helps, good luck TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 16, 2012

from manhattan, ny asked:
July 11, 2012
Most of your speakers just list the peak power. These are listed at 120W. I am wiring my receiver in serial to handle 2 sets of speakers on the 1 B channel. My receiver is listed at 130W of continous power (165 peak) per channel at 8 Ohms. I believe when wiring this in serial with another pair that drops my wattage to the speakers to 32.5W. What is the lowest watts required by your speakers to power them adequately? Also do the dual coil (1 stereo) peak watts at 150 mean 75 peak watts per channel? Lastly when wiring these in serial could I add 2 separate volume controls to control the separate sets of speakers? I doubt this is possible tho since they are all on the same line. If I wire in parallel I will drop my impedance to low.
1 Answer
HI Jax: Just about any of our 5.25 to 6.5 inch speakers will work fine for you application. Most typically are rated from 10 to 120/150 watts. You might also look at the sensitivity of a speaker. A 90dB speaker is much more efficient than a 87dB speaker as an example. The 90dB speaker takes less power for full output versus the 87dB. You can wire the speakers in series but you are getting half the output from the Receiver. If you utilize separate volume controls for both pair you will wire them in Parallel and set the Impedance matching Volume Controls (like our SVC300) to 1/2x). That will show an 8 ohm setting for your Receiver. If you wire in Parallel without Volume Controls you will get a 4 ohm load which will be too much for your receiver. When you cut the load in half (from 8 to 4 ohms) the current demand more than doubles as does the heat generated. When you wire in series the 16 ohm load cuts your power output in half. Definitely a safe operating zone but your output is now limited. The Impedance matching Volume Controls comes closer to the 8 ohm load that is the optimum for your receiver. We sell lots of Speakers, Volume Controls, Speaker Selectors, Amplifiers and the wire to connect them all to handle applications involving Impedance matching. I hope this was informative. Please contact us for further clarification if needed. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 16, 2012

Justin Hawryluk
from Calgary, Alberta, Canada asked:
May 16, 2012
Does the free shipping apply to Calgary Canada
1 Answer
Justin, Our free shipping would be domestic only. USPS priority Interntaional as your shipping method is quite affordable though, please try that. CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 17, 2012

from New York, New York asked:
April 20, 2012
Is it possible to directly connect an IPod to these speakers? Using a headphone jack?
1 Answer
Hi David: These Patio Speakers are passive with no internal Power Amplifier. The iPod headphone jack needs to be connect to an external Power Amplifier (like our OSD AMP120) with a mini 3.5mm RCA to a stereo RCA adapter cable. Then the speakers are connected with speaker wire from the amplifier to the individual Right and Left AP520 speaker. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 22, 2012

William Rodgers
from Mobile, AL asked:
April 18, 2012
I need to replace two pairs of outdoor speakers that have been in place over 20 years. The brackets are rusting, so can you tell me the material of the AP520 brackets? Thanks. William
1 Answer
Hi William, The AP520 Brackets are a powder coated steel and will rust if you scratch off the powder coating. We chose metal brackets over plastic because they are more consistent and will not break or turn yellow. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 19, 2012

from Ontario,Canada asked:
March 5, 2012
I need to know the size would like to mount to golf cart
2 Answers
Hi Ted: Unit Dimension: 9 1/4" H x 7 3/16" W x 6 /5/16" D TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 5, 2012
Hi Ted: Unit Dimension: 9 1/4" H x 7 3/16" W x 6 /5/16" D TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 5, 2012

from St.Louis asked:
December 4, 2011
Can I hook these to my big screen tv? It is just a few feet inside the house.
1 Answer
Hi Garth, It sounds like you want to hear the sound from your TV on your outside deck. Most televisions do not have speaker level outputs. Check your owner’s manual or look at the back of the TV for an external speaker output that connects with speaker wire. A number of the new Flat Panel sets have RCA signal level outputs which are un-amplified and need a dedicated amplifier to use with these AP520 Patio speakers. I would be happy to research this further but will need to know the make and model of your TV. You could send us a follow up question. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on December 5, 2011

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