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FS525 Garden 2-Way Coxial Decorative 5.25" Frog Speaker Pair

Product code: OSD-FS525

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Features & Specifications

Fun and designed for great sound, these sculpted frog speakers for gardens, patios and other outdoor spaces might be exactly what you need. The FS525 Garden Decorative 5.25-Inch Frog Speakers come in sets of two, and each features a bronze, patina-like finish that looks better with age.

Are these wireless speakers?
No, they are not wireless, these speakers need to be hardwired to a amplifier or Receiver either directly or through a outdoor volume control like our OVC300. We do offer wireless Bluetooth frog speaker under Wireless Bluetooth Outdoor Speaker section. We also feature CL3 Direct Burial Cable and special Aqua Blue Weatherproof electrical terminating caps. We offer the CL3 Direct Burial rated cable in different gauges depending on the length of cable you will need for your application. 0 to 80 feet; 16 gauge, 80 to 150 feet; 14 gauge and longer that 150 feet; 12 gauge.


Other Product Info

This speaker is perfect for landscapes around spas, pools, ponds, gardens, walkways, or seating areas within gardens. Just one speaker will deliver stereo sound. Using the latest in stereo speaker technology, this speaker combines the left and right speakers into a single unit, achieving stereo fidelity. In large areas over 500 sq. ft., use four or more for even sound coverage.



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12 Questions & 12 Answers
Malcolm South
from Houston, Texas asked:
August 26, 2018
Will these speakers work for me? I have an outdoor kitchen and pool. I currently have an existing amp and two speakers installed in the outdoor kitchen. I would like to add a speaker or two adjacent to the pool. My goal is to spread the volume around the pool without blowing out my neighbors. My existing equipment follows: • Yamaha RX-A670 receiver/amp from BestBuy • Two Yamaha speakers NS-AW390WH Other information: • If one speaker is used it would be about 45’ from the existing speakers. Wiring distance from amp to new speaker would be about 80’. • If two speakers are used, the first speaker would be about 35’ away from the existing speakers with 70’ of wiring. The second speaker would be about 50’ away from the existing speaker with 85’ of wiring. Questions: 1 - Are these speakers dual input (Stereo input)? 2 - Will these speakers direct the sound toward my pool as opposed to 360 degrees (toward my neighbors and pool)? 3 - Can I use the second zone on my existing amp to power these speakers? 4 - What gauge of direct burial wiring do you recommend?
1 Answer
Hi Malcolm: The answers to your questions: These sell in pairs. They are single two conductor positve and negative connection. These speakers do direct the sound; they are not omnidirectional (360 degrees). Yes, you can power these with your Zone B (also referred to zone 2) output as long as you are not already using Zone B to power your pair of 6 ohm Yamaha NS-AW390WH speakers. Typically speaker level zone 2 outputs like on your AVR are not meant to power more than a single pair of 8-ohm speakers (6 ohms will be OK). This Receiver does not have a Zone 2 preamp output, instead of focusing on you utilizing a wireless multiroom connection with Music Cast. Another concern has to do with the distance you have between a stereo pair of speakers, typically you calculate the distance to the optimum listening area. The length should be identical to each speaker and equal to the distance between right and left speaker (forming an equal-sided triangle). 14 Gauge recommended 75 to 200 feet. We offer black or white CL3/FT4 direct burial rated speaker wire with UV treated outer jacket. TL/5183
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on August 27, 2018

Jared Smith
from MO asked:
June 6, 2018
I just bought the bluetooth version of these frog speakers from your ebay store and love them. I would like to run two more in series. Is there a way to add these non-bluetooth speakers to the bluetooth pair that I have?
1 Answer
Hi Jarad: Good question, but these are a closed system where the master speaker is connected internally and the speaker output is for a single speaker connection. We do have a BOM4.1 which is a Powered 100W att sub with four channel (2 stereo pairs) output which can be connected to any two pairs of speakers at 60Watts per channel. You could even play 2 pairs of frogs with a 100 watt 8" outdoor sub. TL/5039
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on June 7, 2018

from Illinois asked:
May 14, 2017
can they be hooked up to a bluetooth?
1 Answer
Hi DeAnne: The BTF 525 are the Bluetooth version with one of the speakers being the master with the internal Bluetooth Receiver and two channel stereo amplifier. And the second speaker which needs to be connected to the master with a 2 conductor speaker cable (+/- connection) that is supplied with the kit. The master speaker needs to be connected to AC power using the Power Supply supplied with the kit. The satellite Frog is similar to the FS525 you are inquiring about. They are all passive speakers that need to be connected to an amplifier. TL/4363
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 17, 2017

Katak Bebab
from Chicago, Illinois asked:
May 12, 2017
Can be used indoor like FS605?
1 Answer
Hi Katak: These will work inside as well as outside. It is a pair of 5.25 inch speakers placed in a Frog like enclosure. TL/4359
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 13, 2017

from Los Angeles asked:
April 20, 2016
Hello, I like these speakers but will like to know if I purchase 3 pairs, are there any restrictions for placement in a back yard. (ie., distance between the speakers, sound distortion, proximity, etc). Thank you
1 Answer
HI mha: The rule of thumb is to place the stereo pair between 8 and 12 feet apart for proper Left and Right separation. What are you using for power and impedance matching (speaker selectors/volume controls). We provide help in designing your speaker placement and system requirements for power and control. Images and info regarding existing equipment (brand and model#) helps. Please email to TL/3824
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 22, 2016

from Plant City, FL asked:
January 24, 2015
What is the frequency response: hertz-kilohertz?
1 Answer
Hi Albert: 60Hz -20kHz TL/3112
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 25, 2015

from florida asked:
May 19, 2014
what size watt receiver/amp should you use with these?
1 Answer
Hi De, You can use our AMP60 or AMP120 to run a pair of these frog speakers. Typically you want to run about half the amount of the max wattage rating on a speaker. So if the speaker can handle 150 watts max, it would be fine to run an amp/receiver that's pushing out 75 watts or so. Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks. BM 2694
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 20, 2014

Paula Vranicar
from Western springs, IL asked:
April 12, 2014
the green paint is shipping off the frogs a little. what kind of paint do you recommend for touch ups. Not sure what type of material these were made out of. thank you
1 Answer
Hi Paula, I believe the speakers are made of fiberglass. As for the touch up paint, I would recommend contacting a paint professional at your local hardware store. They would have a much better idea of what type of paint and which paint method to use. Thanks! -BM 2608
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 14, 2014

from tampa fl asked:
June 11, 2013
do these speakers actually hook up to a radio? Where? And are they clear?
1 Answer
Hi Khrystal, The FS525 frog speakers are passive so they need a stereo receiver or amplifier with enough power to drive them. Each frog speaker connects to the receiver or amp via speaker cable. We do have wireless speakers that are self powered and can connect to a TV or iPod with cable that we even include. The model perfect for you would be our FR120 wireless frogs located in the wireless speaker section. CL/MA 1965
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 11, 2013

from St. Louis MO asked:
June 8, 2013
I have these Speakers and the AC/DC adapter went bad is there I way i can buy a new. so i can power them again?
1 Answer
Hi Matt, Please call customer service to order a power supply: 1.888.779.4968 CL/MA 1959
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 11, 2013

from out side Philadelphia asked:
May 17, 2013
How tall are they and do they need to be used in pairs
1 Answer
Hi Janet, The FS525 outdoor frog speakers stand 10 3/4s inches high and they are sold in pairs. You can have them in stereo, one for your left channel and one for your right channel. CL/MA 1905
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 28, 2013

Dave Shewfelt
from Rupert, Idaho asked:
February 2, 2012
What is the weight if these speakers and where is the hook up for the speaker wires?
1 Answer
Hi Dave: The Frogs are 10 to 12 pounds each. There is a short speaker cable coming from the inside. We recommend using the OSD Aqua Blue Direct Burial terminating caps with our 16 or 14 gauge CL-3 direct burilal speaker wire. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 2, 2012

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