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BTR150 Wireless 5.25" Bluetooth® Rock Speaker Pair IP67 Waterproof Power Adapter (Sandstone Canyon Brown or Slate Dark Grey)

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Features & Specifications

When it comes to rocking your outdoor entertainment system, nothing beats the BTR-150 Wireless Bluetooth Rock Speakers! They feature a weather resistant design, made with molded polypropylene and butyl rubber, and are made to blend seamlessly in with their natural surroundings. Instead of bulky outdoor speakers that look like they don't belong, these rock speakers are perfect in the garden or out on the lawn. They're 5-inch 2-way speakers and are available in slate dark grey or canyon brown.

Outdoor Speaker Depot is a global leader in high performance audio and home entertainment products. Our innovative products combine audiophile sound quality, impeccable style and affordable prices. Our audio experts are extremely knowledgeable in designing audio and video systems for any environment. If you have questions about the best products for your application, give us a call.



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42 Questions & 42 Answers
from Hoschton, Ga. asked:
December 31, 2019
Hi! We received our speakers, got them all hooked up and bluetooth connected first time! My problem/question is the bluetooth does not seem to have a far enough range as the music (which sounds great) is "skipping" as if the connection is not great. 

The speakers are maybe 5 feet from the iPhone they are connected to and the ac is plugged in about 10 feet from the iPhone. Is there any way to boost the bluetooth signal? Is the bluetooth signal coming from the ac box or the speakers? 

Thanks in advance! 

1 Answer
Hi April:

The BTR150, like all of our Bluetooth speakers, features a Master speaker who has both the Bluetooth Receiver and two-channel Stereo Amplifier built-in. It is the rock that has the AC Power Supply connected to it. The second speaker is a passive speaker with only a Dual Cone woofer and a speaker wire connected from the master. The BTR150 features Bluetooth 3.0, the same as our two Patio speakers (BTP650 and BTP525). The Bigger Bluetooth Rock speaker features Bluetooth 4.2, and the Bluetooth Subwoofer with two stereo receivers built-in features Bluetooth 4.0. The higher rating may provide a little better range of connectivity. We can offer you a deal if you want to upgrade to the larger Bluetooth Rock speakers the BTR805. Both share the same Power Supply, but it is the internal Bluetooth Receiver in the master rock that provides the connection to your iPhone.


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on January 2, 2020

from Clifton, NJ asked:
November 11, 2019
I was looking at your BTR150's.  Looking to use these for Christmas outside.  They will be powered by an existing light switch that I control from inside the house.  My concern is when the units are powered off, will they maintain connectivity to the bluetooth device that I have paired with the speakers?  I am using a older android device to control my holiday lights that are music enabled and I want to make sure I don't have to run outside and r3e-pair the speakers to the device each night.  I only need 2 speakers but if you have a different model with more "intelligence" built into it I am interested in knowing what you recommend.  Thank you.
1 Answer
Hi Frank:

I believe as long as you can activate the Android device, so it starts playing when you flip the light switch on, then it should reconnect to the BTR150. Can you let me know what Android device you are using? And are a pair of rock speakers enough for your setup? Check out our Bluetooth BOM4.1 ( featuring an 8" Powered Subwoofer powered by an internal 100Watt amplifier. There are also four channels of 60Watts with two Stereo right and left connections. You could connect to two pairs of our RX550 Rocks or take advantage of the BOM4.1 Bundle with either two pairs of Garden Pendant speakers (LS3) or two pairs of AP525 Patio speakers. The Subwoofer enclosure is meant to bury 4 to 6 inches under the surface so the 8-inch Sub driver can couple with the ground around the speaker.

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Submitted by: Tim Leahy on November 13, 2019

from Springfield, PA asked:
August 12, 2019
How much wire is provided to space the 2 speakers apart?
1 Answer
Hi JC:

The speaker wire provided is 25 to 30 feet. Typically we recommend 8 to 12 feet apart for best stereo separation. The extra wire is just in case you need to be creative when hiding the speaker cable between the master and satellite speaker.


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on August 13, 2019

from kernersville nc asked:
August 4, 2019
How do I order a new power supply
1 Answer
Hi Fred:

Contact our customer service at 1 (562) 697-2600. I believe we have replacements in our RMA returns department. Multiple Bluetooth Speakers use this same power supply.


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on August 13, 2019

from Boston, MA asked:
July 1, 2019
Is the only way to turn these on and off by unplugging them?  I can't find a power switch anywhere and don't want to leave a live BT connection on all the time?
1 Answer
Hi Joe:

Both our Bluetooth Rock Speakers (BTR150 or BTR805) do not have an on/off switch. The two Bluetooth Patio Speakers and Bluetooth Frogs do have on/off switches but are not really accessible once they have been installed. There are a couple of options for adding a Power Switch to your outlet, then plug in external Bluetooth Power Supply. One Option is an On/Off switch with a lighted switch; There is a three-prong I am not sure if it is waterproof. There are two Weather/waterproof options one with remote control and the other app controlled on your phone; and : I will send you info in a direct email.


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on July 7, 2019

from Tinley Park, IL asked:
June 30, 2019
I have a pair of outdoor speakers but the power supply seems to have been fried with a power surge.  How can I get a new power supply, model RAS-2402500?
1 Answer
Hi Michael:

Please contact Customer Service at 1 (562) 697-2600; They have stock on these Power Supplies.


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on June 30, 2019

ray bell
from statesville n.c asked:
March 30, 2019
will this connect with amazon fire
1 Answer
Hi Ray: These speakers will connect with any Bluetooth enabled device. A component that features a Bluetooth Transmitter. So check with AMAZON. It appeared to me that the Fire does. Our BTR150 has an internal Bluetooth Receiver like any Bluetooth speaker. TL/5477
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on March 31, 2019

Javier Garza
from San Antonio, Tx asked:
March 29, 2019
Do you have contractor or wholesale pricing?
1 Answer
Hi Javier: Yes, we do, please contact customer service at 562-697-2600. Our hours are 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM M-F. We are in Brea, California, West Coast Time. Also, check out the OSD our Premium Black Series product line which is mainly wholesale with no internet sales (no online pricing). You can leave a message after hours or follow the prompts during business hours. We are planning on adding more than 100 new items in 2019 some of which are already in stock like our NERO series of products (Streaming Wi-Fi) TL/5476
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on March 31, 2019

John H
from CT asked:
January 19, 2019
Can you pair multiple sets of these speakers?
1 Answer
HI John: Good question, unless you have a device like a new Samsung Galaxy Smartphone that has an app that will allow you to connect to more than a single pair of speakers like the BTR150 which has a Bluetooth Receiver built into the Master Rock. I know they have the technology which will allow you to sync. I Googled this question, and this was one of the Apps that recommended, check it out (ampme): I heard they are developing a chip that will supposedly allow you to connect up to 80 Bluetooth components. So stay tuned, I know Bluetooth is getting into the whole house control game. TL/5375
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on January 19, 2019

from Minnesota asked:
November 19, 2018
It say sold in pairs. Is the $128.84 price for one or two
1 Answer
Hi Shirley: The BTR150 sells as a kit with one Master Rock Speaker which has both an internal Bluetooth Receiver and two-channel stereo amplifier built-in. That is why you have an AC power connection to the master speaker. A speaker wire connects the Master Rock to the Satellite Rock Speaker with a two conductor speaker wire included in the kit (25 feet). So the Kit includes a pair of speakers based upon the price online. TL/5290
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on November 19, 2018

James Henry
from Texas asked:
November 5, 2018
How long is the cable that connects the master speaker to the slave? How long are the short cables that come out of the master and the slave?
1 Answer
Hi James: The length of the speaker cable that comes in the box is 20 to 30 feet. The lead wire coming from the Master and Satellite speaker is 36" for each speaker. TL/5272
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on November 18, 2018

richard mitchell
from MO asked:
September 12, 2018
will these speakers work with my yamaha rx-v890 and a miccus home rtx transmitter , and how would the volume be controled ?
1 Answer
Hi Richard: I do not believe the dated Yamaha 5.1 Receiver would be a good match with your Miccus Bluetooth Transmitter/Receiver. The MIccus cannot do both transmitting Receiving at the same time so it cannot be used as a long-range extender unless you connect a source directly to the Miccus with a hard wire. An aux cable from your smartphone headphone jack to the 3.5mm input on the Miccus. Then your Miccus would sync with the BTR150 via Bluetooth. You would have to control the volume on your smartphone. And in some cases, you will want to download an Equalizer boosting app for your Bluetooth enabled device. The Yamaha lacks a conventional pre-output (like a Zone 2 or Zone 3 pre-out of the newer receivers). You are also limited on source inputs as well. There would be a pre-out for your rear channel surround speakers if you were planning to use the BTR150 as part of the 5.1 system. You might want to ch Good luck TL/5204
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on September 21, 2018

from Indiana asked:
August 11, 2018
Hi will these speakers work with my SA5 amp and my Lifestyle 650?
1 Answer
Hi Gary: The BOSE SA5 features a Bluetooth Receiver with no Bluetooth Transmitter. This information is from the Owner's Manual; Speaker connection guidelines • Use only unpowered speakers. Do NOT connect any make or model of powered speakers. Doing so may cause damage to the equipment. • One pair of speakers requires 4 ohms minimum each. • Two pairs of speakers require 8-ohm minimum each. I am also assuming you can connect with the Lifestyle 650 with a Bluetooth enabled device just like you would connect to the BTR150. You would need a newer Phone that allows you to connect to 2 Bluetooth devices at the same time. I believe that is a feature found on the Samsung Galaxy9. But there is no direct connection between either the BOSE SA5 or the Lifestyle 650. I am sorry about that. TL/5155
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on August 13, 2018

from Massachusetts asked:
June 12, 2018
Are these speakers truly wireless
1 Answer
HI Ron: All of our Bluetooth outdoor speakers consist of a master and satellite speaker. The Master speaker has an AC Power cord connected to it to power both the Bluetooth Receiver and 2 Channel Digital Power Amplifier. One of the channels is connected to the internal speaker of the master unit. The second channel is connected to the Satellit unit by a two conductor speaker wire (+/-). Technically the only wireless connection is between the Bluetooth enabled device and the Bluetooth Receiver built into the Master unit (either Rock, Frog, Planter or Patio speaker). The limitation to these kits was the fact you could only sync up to one pair at a time so you could not add a second matching pair. That is why we created the BOM4.1 which is an outdoor subwoofer with built-in Bluetooth Receiver and 100-watt amplifier for the internal sub and four 60 watt amps to power any two stereo pairs of speakers. Not only you now can have two pairs of speakers but have a subwoofer to boot connected to Bluetooth, you guessed it... wirelessly. TL/5051
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on June 17, 2018

from Sacramento Ca asked:
June 11, 2018
How many batteries do they take?
1 Answer
Hi Linda: These are AC powered only from the waterproof Power Supply that comes with the unit, and around 20 plus feet of connecting cord. There is also a 25-foot speaker wire included which connects the master speaker to the passive Satellite Speaker. The Master Speaker has the built-in Bluetooth Receiver and Power Amplifier. The previous version of the BTR150 had a Battery option. Sorry about that... TL/5049
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on June 12, 2018

Sam Barney
from Manteca, CA asked:
May 14, 2018
I just received the BTR150 Bluetooth speakers and have them connected to a Yahama RX-670. The problem I have is, there is no volume control on the speakers through the Yahama unit. Any ideas as to what the problem may be? FYI my order number is 275315. Thanks, Sam
1 Answer
Hi Sam: The volume level is controlled by the Bluetooth enabled device (the source). In this case, you need to make sure you have the Bluetooth Transmitter enabled in the Yamaha and then you should be able to control the volume at the Yamaha Receiver (maybe with the remote control for the Yamaha). Try connecting the BTR1500 with your smartphone to certify they work. If they work with the smartphone than it is an issue with the Yamaha. And I believe the Yamaha has both a Transmitter and Receiver option depending on your application. TL/4982
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on May 17, 2018

from Melbourne Australia asked:
April 7, 2018
Just purchased your rock speakers from Australia, can I plug it straight into our 240 volt outlets and if not can you advise if I need an adaptor of some sort. Regards Bill
1 Answer
Hi Bill: The power supply is multi voltage 110V to 240V so should be no problem. TL/4894
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on April 17, 2018

from Azusa, California asked:
March 28, 2018
I have 2 pairs of the WR150 in my backyard. However, one of the pairs has failed. Since there speakers are no longer available, I'm looking to upgrade to the BTR150 Bluetooth speakers. Like I mentioned above, I have 4 speakers total being controlled with a single remote and module. How will this work with Bluetooth speakers? I have a large backyard and require 4 speakers!
1 Answer
Hi Rick: Unlike the Wireless versions which can have both pair of speakers be driven by a single transmitter the BTR speakers can only sync up with a single pair at a time unless you have one of the newer smartphones which sync up to two receivers at once. What you might consider is purchasing our new BOM4.1 which features our OM SUB 200 8.0" Outdoor Powered sub woofer with an internal 4.1 amplifier with four powered output wires so you can drive 2 pair of speakers. You could use the 2 satellite speakers from your current WR-150 rock speakers (the ones connected to each of the master rock speakers by speaker wire). I am assuming the receiver is no longer working in one of your master rock speaker but the satellite should still be good.You can purchase a pair of RX150 rock speakers and connect them as the second pair. This would give you the two pair plus a complimentary sub woofer for better fill for your back yard. That would give you your two pair matching the WR150 plus adding an 8.0" sub. Let me know if you need further clarification. TL/4974
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on April 15, 2018

from Anthem AZ asked:
March 23, 2018
How do you control the volume?
1 Answer
Hi John: You control the volume on your Bluetooth enabled device. When you sync up you will see your device has a volume up/down that is used to control the volume on most of our Bluetooth speakers. TL/4858
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on March 31, 2018

from Florida asked:
February 9, 2018
Can you pair with Echo (Alexa)
1 Answer
Hi Greg: According to AMAZON: Connects to speakers or headphones through Bluetooth or 3.5 mm stereo cable to play music from Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn. Play music simultaneously across Echo devices and speakers connected via cable with multi-room music. It is referring to connecting with Bluetooth Speakers (BTR150) or Headphones which would feature built in Bluetooth Receiver that should sync up with the dot.. So I am pretty sure it should work, you might want to check with AMAZON to verify how it works. TL/4789
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 9, 2018

from Raleigh, NC asked:
December 31, 2017
I have the speaker plugged in and I turned it on. The green light is on. Is the unit charging currently? The owners manual gives no indication of how the speaker charges (does it need to be turned on or does it charge when it is turned off?) or how long it takes before it is charged enough to connect to Bluetooth.
1 Answer
Hi Deb; The BTR 150 comes with a power supply that provides instant full power. It has nothing to due with battery operation. So when the unit lights up your ready to go. Batteries will run down and need to be replaced if you are using Alkaline. If you are trying to use Re chargeable batteries you will have to remove and re charge separately. Note Re chargeable batteries are only 60% of the power of the Alkaline when fully charge so will not give you the same time as a Alkaline.non rechargeable battery life. TL/4721
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 2, 2018

Joey Resendez
from Galveston asked:
December 26, 2017
Can the speakers work with Yamaha MusicCast?
1 Answer
Hi Joey: According to the Musiccast information I looked at including Owner's Manual for Pre am and main speaker they both Receive and transmit Bluetooth. So as long as you can Transmit as Bluetooth signal from the Musiccast you should have no problem. TL/4712
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on December 28, 2017

from Florida asked:
October 5, 2017
Will these speakers piar with BOSE soundtouch 10 with Bluetooth?
1 Answer
Hi Ken: I do not believe the BOSE system transmits a signal but is setup only to receive from other Bluetooth enabled devices like tablets or smartphones. Having said that I believe there are new smartphones (like the new Samsung Galaxy 8). This was from an on-line question: The Galaxy S8 has quite a few new and interesting features that users may or may not know about, but arguably one of the most useful is the ability to connect your new handset to two different Bluetooth devices at once. The process of setting up two Bluetooth devices on the Galaxy S8 is actually extremely straightforward. Simply pair the first unit you’re using, then go to pair the second one, and the phone will ask if you want to enable “Dual Audio”. I’m not entirely sure why Samsung decided to include this as a toggle-able switch, but you can turn it on or off depending on whether or not you want to have the functionality available. We tested the dual Bluetooth functionality on over-the-ear headphones, in-ear headphones, and Bluetooth speakers, and came away quite impressed with what this phone can do. When you enable the functionality on the handset it warns you that one device may be slightly quieter than the other one, but we were hard pressed to find much of a difference. We listened to the right and left earcups of the same pair of headphones that were separately connected, and while there was a difference in audio gain between the two, it was extremely minimal. If you’re player 2 in this situation, you won’t need to worry about getting a sub-par experience. This is the one I heard about, not sure who else offers this feature but I am sure it will just be a matter of time before others have the feature. Good luck: TL/4576
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 6, 2017

from Bronx, ny asked:
July 12, 2017
Simple question, is it wireless or does it need to be plugged in? Im looking for completely wireless stone speakers.
1 Answer
HI Daniella: These speakers are a stereo pair of rocks that feature a master rock which has an internal Bluetooth Receiver and two channel stereo amplifier with one channel from the amp powering the single internal 2 way coaxial speaker. The second channel is used to power the second or satellite speaker which needs atwo conductor speaker wire to connect the master and satellite speaker. The Bluetooth and Power amplifier in the Master speaker need power from an external power Supply that is plugged into a AC outlet. I have not seen a outdoor speaker like this that has a Solar panel built in to supply your power. And you would still need connect the second speaker. So, no this is not 100% wireless only your connection between your Bluetooth enabled device and the master speaker . Sorry about that. TL/4467
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 20, 2017

bill coleman
from brimley, mich asked:
May 25, 2017
we want to get wireless speakers that can be used with our tv cable service, we like the rock ones .. any suggestions
1 Answer
Hi Bill: We used to have 2.4 GHz wireless rocks before Bluetooth took over. The 2.4 GHz featured a Transmitter that could be plugged into your TV output then would transmit a wireless signal to the master speaker which featured the Wireless Receiver and 2 channel stereo amplifier and a connection to wire a satellite speaker so you could have right and left stereo separation. The early wireless had issue with many home wireless networks so that was a problem. The good thing was you could have a single transmitter send signal to multiple Wireless Receivers so you could have multiple pairs of speakers. Bluetooth is limited to the output of the internal amplifier after the Bluetooth Receiver (typically 2 channel only). So in most cases you are limited to one pair of speakers. We do have a wireless kit that was created to power surround speakers. It features a 2.4 GHz transmitter and a 2.4 GHz Receiver with a built in 25 watt stereo amplifier. You would have to find a dry spot where you can plug into power.then run speaker wire to the two rock speakers. The Transmitter would connect to the low level speaker output on your TV.. The Amp/Receiver has a volume knob and also a sub output. Checkout the WRSK-250. TL/4383
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 26, 2017

from Venice, FL asked:
May 15, 2017
I see now that it must be plugged in, my question is only one speaker has to plugged in and the other is paired and don't need to be plugged in or do they both need to be plugged in ?
1 Answer
Hi Debra: One speaker we call the master (the heavier of the two) has a connection for a external Power Supply which at one end is plugged into an AC outlet and the other connects directly to the Master speaker. This speaker needs power for both the Internal Bluetooth Receiver and stereo power amplifier. There is also an output on the Master Speaker for a speaker wire that needs to run between the Master and Satellite Speaker (the lighter of the two speakers). It is also included in the kit along with the Power supply. The wireless connection is between your Bluetooth enabled device (Smartphone or Tablet) and the Master Speaker where you pair up between the two. Good Luck TL/4366
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 17, 2017

from Valencia, California asked:
February 9, 2016
Can the speakers be linked together, if I wanted to have more than two?
1 Answer
Hi Dave: Unfortunately you are limited to a single connection to the Bluetooth Receiver built into the main speaker. The main speaker has the stereo amplifier built in as well. The second or satellite speaker has to be hardwired directly to the Main or Sync speaker so you can have stereo right and left output. Only the signal between your Bluetooth enabled device and the sync speaker are wireless. We are working on a new technology where where the receiver may have a built in Bluetooth repeater to set up a second pair of speakers but it is still in the testing stage. I hope that helps answer your question TL/3699
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 10, 2016

from San Tan Valley, AZ asked:
October 18, 2017
I accidentally ripped the end off the RCA speaker cable that runs between the two speakers. How do I order a replacement, and is there a longer option than the cable that came with it?
1 Answer
HI Brett: Try contacting customer Service directly and ask for the RMA department. They will be able to help you out. Good luck TL/4599
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 24, 2017

Doug Posey, DVM
from Texas asked:
November 4, 2016
Is only one speaker Bluetooth enabled, and the other one is a "slave" and must be hardwired to the other speaker, or can you be totally wireless if running off of batteries ? Thanks, Doug Posey
1 Answer
Hi Doug: You will still need the second speaker to have true stereo sound whether you use batteries or AC power. You could purchase a BTR800TT which is a single Dual Voice Coil Rock speaker that features a summed Mono Stereo signal with no external slave speaker. It is totally wireless except you have to supply power with the external power supply plugged into an AC outlet. It does play a full range signal with both right and left channels combined Sorry about that. TL/4108
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 7, 2016

from Elkins, WV asked:
August 10, 2016
If using batteries, do you need to turn the unit off when not in use...or does it go to a hibernate default if not in use?
1 Answer
Hi Dick: We would suggest when using battery power versus hard wire you should turn off the unit when not playing music. TL/4018
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 14, 2016

from Russellville ar asked:
June 28, 2016
How long does the battery life last
1 Answer
HI Lawson: We have used AA Lithium Ion batteries powering our BTR150 for three days (playing about 8.5 hours during the day) in the offices. Lithium may last 2x longer than Alkaline batteries. TL/3958
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 29, 2016

from cincinnati, oh asked:
May 26, 2016
How long is the wire from the power supply box to the first speaker?
1 Answer
Hi Phil: On the BTR-150 The power Supply block plugs directly into your AC outlet; it has a power cord that is 25 feet long that you plug into master speaker. The speaker wire which is terminated at both ends(with an RCA connector) is just under 13 feet long. We recommend placing the speakers 8 to 12 feet apart for proper stereo separation. TL/3900
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 27, 2016

from PA asked:
May 10, 2016
How long is the plug in cord on the main speaker?
1 Answer
Hi Rich: Both the BTR-150 and BTF-525 (frogs) have the same Power Supply where the AC plug is part of the module. The cord is 26 feet from the Power Supply module that plugs into the AC outlet. TL/3868
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 20, 2016

from Tucson, AZ asked:
April 20, 2016
I have a 3-4year old audio receiver that is hardwired to the 2 speakers mounted over a deck. The receiver is blue tooth enabled and works well while sending music to it via blue tooth cell phone. My question is, will there be a problem running the wireless Bluetooth rock speakers as an extra pair of speakers at the back of the yard? Distance about 40-50 feet from the receiver that is in the house behind the wall facing the back yard where the wireless speakers will be placed. Will the wireless speakers sync well enough to blend in with the hardwired speakers, ie no delay in the sound to the wireless speakers?
1 Answer
HI Bob: The way Bluetooth works with our Bluetooth speakers it syncs up with a Bluetooth enabled device. Your device will only sync up with one receiver at a time so it would sync up with either the Bluetooth enabled Receiver you have or the BTR-150 but not both at the same time. The only solution is to hard wire a pair of Rock speakers to your Bluetooth enabled Receiver which I am assuming has the ability to drive a couple pair of speakers. Most of our Bluetooth Rock and patio speakers work the same way where you have main/sync speaker that has the built in Bluetooth Receiver and stereo power amplifier. The second or satellite speaker is hardwired from the Main/sync speaker with the speaker wire that is included in the kit. Note: You will also have to run AC power to the main/sync speaker to power both the Bluetooth Receiver and Stereo amplifier. The only true wireless signal is between the Bluetooth enabled device and the Main/sync speaker. So if you are able to hard wire another pair of speakers to your existing Receiver you will have many more choices of either rock, patio or omni speakers. And you will be able to connect more than a pair to your Bluetooth enabled Receiver. I hope that helps TL/3826
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 22, 2016

from Evergreen, CO asked:
April 11, 2016
Are these speakers compatible with Sonos indoor speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Mike: I do not believe they are compatible with the SONOS system. These are Bluetooth wireless that have Bluetooth Receiver built in. It can only be controlled by a Bluetooth enabled device like a smartphone or tablet. The SONOS has its own proprietary Wi-fi connection where you set up a mesh network among all the SONOS devices that you utilize throughout your house. The more devices you add the stronger the network but no interface with Bluetooth. You can add the BTR-150 to your outdoors but it would be an independent system that you would control with your Bluetooth enabled device which can access or duplicate many of the apps like Pandora or Internet Radio stations that are part of the SONOS app as well. SONOS does not have outdoor speaker but people use many of our outdoor speakers with the combination of the SONOS Connect and our OSD Power Amplifiers. In this application you can drive more than a single pair of speakers. Our speakers also work well with the SONOS Connect Amplifier (up to two pairs can be connected to the Connect Amplifier). Also by adding the SONOS connect in this way it becomes part of the system and functions as another zone. And you have complete access to the SONOS network including the SONOS app and access to your network libraries. I hope that answered your question... TL/3810
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 12, 2016

from OC, California asked:
April 5, 2016
Can you leave them on all the time?
1 Answer
Hi Lorenz: Yes you can leave them on all the time. You can also unplug the Power Supply if there is better access to that versus the switch at the bottom of the Master Speaker. You might want to unplug them especially if your are not going to be using them for a longer period of time. When you plug them back in they will fire up right away. Regards TL/3799
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 7, 2016

from Florida asked:
October 22, 2015
Q. I am interested in purchasing this item for my back yard and place them about 150 feet from the house under some trees in a shaded area Would this work and how about transmitting sound from the house to these speakers? what would I require for all this to work?
1 Answer
Hello Conrad, The Bluetooth range varies depending on your device and whether it's an unobstructed path between your device and the speakers. 150ft should be doable if it is an unobstructed path. You can run these speakers using most smartphones and tablets.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 26, 2015

from Washington state asked:
June 14, 2015
in 2012 we purchased the WR150 2.4Ghz Wireless Indoor Outdoor Speakers Pair with Remote Control sku # OSD-WR-150-Pair-Brown. We want to expand the sound by adding more speakers. Will these work through the same transmitter we have that came with the first set or will our old speakers route through the transmitter that comes with the BTR-150 wireless bluetooth pair?
1 Answer
Hello Aimee, These run off an entirely different technology than the WR series did. The WR series ran off 2.4Ghz frequency whereas the BTR series runs off Bluetooth, so unfortunately the answer is no. We may still have some WR-150 left over however. If you are interested, give us a call!
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 16, 2015

from Monon asked:
May 25, 2015
Received the BTR-150 set as a gift for our pool area. I just wanted to double check that they are waterproof as no where on the box or the paperwork inside does it say they are?
1 Answer
Hello Jane, The Bluetooth Rock Speakers are weather-resistant and are safe to leave outside. If you want to bring them in or cover them up during harsher weather when you wouldn't be playing them, you can as a precautionary measure, but you don't need to.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 26, 2015

from Dallas, TX asked:
May 22, 2015
are they waterproof?
1 Answer
Hello Tom, They are weather-resistant but not 100% water-proof, meaning you can have them outdoors in harsh weather, but you don't want to drop them in a pool! Enjoy!
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 29, 2015

from Orlando, FL asked:
April 22, 2015
I want to use these by my pool and I have 12v running to lights. Can I use 12v to power these? Are there speakers that are powered by 12v?
1 Answer
Hi Gene, These speakers need to be powered by the power supply that is packaged with them. I'm not aware of any speakers that run off 12v. If you have a power outlet, you can run an extension chord to the power supply that runs these speakers.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 23, 2015

from UK asked:
April 20, 2015
Does the power supply support 220V?
1 Answer
Hello John, The power supply only supports 120v.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 20, 2015

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