Mobile Navigation
My Account


Call for Support
Home / Product Category / SPEAKERS / Outdoor Speakers / Decorative Landscape Speakers / LS3 Landscape Spot Light Look Like Outdoor Speaker Pair

LS3 Landscape Spot Light Look Like Outdoor Speaker Pair

Product code: OSD-LS3-PE

In Stock
Free Shipping
OSD Price: $54.99
Compare at: $129.95 You Save: $74.96 (58%)
Sold in pairs 1 = 1 pair
30-Day Money Back Guarantee

Features & Specifications

The LS3-PE Landscape Outdoor Speaker Pair is an ideal set if you're adding sleek, modern touches to your outdoor space. These speakers provide superior audio quality and feature sealed enclosures that make them completely weatherproof. Each comes with an integrated drive-baffle assembly to deliver powerful sound where you work, play and spend time with family and friends.


Other Product Info

The LS3 Landscape Outdoor Speaker is specifically designed to provide excellent audio performance and blend in with your landscape environment. With sealed enclosure and supersonic design, integrated drive/baffle assembly, it will deliver great sound to your backyard.



  View Owner's Manual          


19 Questions & 19 Answers
Shady Youssef
from asked:
May 22, 2019
Are they IP67 or 68 outdoor?
1 Answer
Hi Shady:

The LS3 has an IP65 rating.

6: Dust-tight, no regress of dust

5: Protected against water jets from any angle

Our step-up speakers the FORZA 6 and FORZA5 are IP66 RATED


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on May 23, 2019

from MA asked:
March 16, 2018
I'm planning my backyard setup and think the following is my best option. Could you confirm my selection is good or if there is a better path? This system is being compared to systems in the $4-5k range, and I'm willing to spend that if I blow those out of the water. 16x LS3-PE 2x OM-SUB200 2x MX1260 2x SMP250
1 Answer
Hi Eric: I am a little confused, are you considering 16 each of the LS3-PE or 16 pair? If it is 16 each PS3-PE can get away with a single MS1260 and power the 16 each in groups of four in series parallel being driven by a single bridged mono zone combining channels 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 to drive 16 each of the LS3-PE. Then you have channels 9-10 and 11-12 bridged 8 ohm mono to drive each of the OM-SUB-200. Wiring the 4 each LS3-PE in Series parallel shows an 8 ohm load to the amplifier. Do the first four as right channel, 2nd 4 as left channel, 3rd four speakers as right channel again an the 4th as left channel. And space them together right, left, right left etc. The Series parallel wiring increases power handling while increasing efficiency and lowering distortion. When you bridge the amp it wants to see an 8 ohm load. Note; the OM-SUB200 has a built in crossover and does not need a dedicated sub woofer Amplifier Regarding Sub woofers we are adding three new in ground subs. An 8 inch on the Outdoor Speaker Depot site and an 8 and 12 on the OSD site. Also checkout the SAM300 Sub Amp. Unlike the SMP250 the SAM300 will drive 2 subs. You could add 8 more speakers running 12 right and 12 left off the single MX1260 and start with 2 subs and a single SAM300. Not enough bass than add a second SAM300 with two more subs. Need more info, TL/4848
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on April 2, 2018

from SAN LUIS, AZ asked:
November 13, 2016
1 Answer
Hi Aldo: Your best option is to use our AMP200 with our TSM-8 8 zone Speaker Selector which allows to wire up to 8 pair (16 speakers) in Parallel. I am assuming you are not planning on using external volume controls to protect the amplifier b impedance matching. The TSM8 features the best internal protection while offering a independent on/off switch for each pair of speakers you connect to it. WE also would recommend using 16.2 CL3/FT4 Direct burial cable for runs under 80 feet. Over 80 feet look for the 14/2 CL3/FT4 rated direct burial cable. With the AMP200 you have a couple of options to connect a couple of different sources. Please let me know if you need additional help on configuring your system. Good Luck TL/4124
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 24, 2016

from El Dorado Hills, CA asked:
February 18, 2018
What are the speaker's enclosures and mounting hardware made of?
1 Answer
HI David: The speaker housing and mounting hardware are made from ABS Plastic. TL/4808
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 20, 2018

from Syracuse NY asked:
October 18, 2017
Can I order a replacement stake? My landscaper broke mine.
1 Answer
Hi Mike: Try contacting our RMA department and ask for Joe. He may be able to help you find a replacement from either B or D stock. TL/4598
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 22, 2017

from San Diego asked:
October 8, 2017
How long is the speaker wire lead?
1 Answer
HI Andrew: We had someone open a box and measure the leads. The speaker lead is 2 feet. TL/4580
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 16, 2017

from LA asked:
August 6, 2017
can I get in white?
1 Answer
Hi Andrew: These are only available in Black. WE are adding additional Garden speakers similar to these that will offer white as an option. WE are also introducing a new outdoor sub that you bury in the ground. Stay tuned... TL/4507
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 10, 2017

from northern illinois asked:
July 4, 2016
How do I (and what would I need) to utilze these speakers with a tv outside?
1 Answer
Hi Ron: That is a loaded question, maybe you can let me know what you are trying to accomplish. What components you are using (Brand and Model numbers). What source are you using for the TV (Cable box, Satellite TV Box, DVD or AV Receiver). You can come out of the TV but will need some sort of Amplifier. I would be more than happy to help provide you a system and wiring diagram. Also let me know how many of the LS3-PE you are planning to use. TL/3966
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 5, 2016

from Los Angeles asked:
August 22, 2015
Has anyone set these up in a 70v system? I want to use 10 or more of these speakers and want to make sure the sound isn't degraded if I use them as 70v speakers.
1 Answer
Hi Mike, These should be fine running on a 70v system; just make sure to run 70v transformers for each speaker. Obviously they're small speakers, but they should be great for background music off a 70v amp.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 10, 2015

from texas asked:
May 16, 2015
Can the stakes be removed? Are there any other mounting options besides the spike in the ground? would any mounting brackets for walls or ceilings work with these?
1 Answer
Hello Casey, There are not really any other mounting options for this model. Its main purpose is to be mounted in the lawn or garden. Have you looked at some of our wall-mounted patio speakers?
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 28, 2015

from San Francisco, CA asked:
October 26, 2014
Will it work ok if I use the EW70V transformer on 8 (4 pair) of these speakers and power with the OSD PA-150 amplifier?
1 Answer
Hi Travis, Yes - that should work just fine. Just make sure not to overpower the speakers.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 28, 2014

from Le Mans asked:
May 28, 2014
Hi from France ! Do you think I can use 7 of these speakers with a surround cinema amplifier with 7 x 150 W output ? Antoine
1 Answer
Greetings Antoine! Does it put out 150 watts continuous or when the amp's volume is maxed out? These speakers can handle up to 60 watts only. BM 2721
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 28, 2014

from Cypress, TX asked:
May 22, 2014
How long can I run wire without losing quality. I plan to install these at two back corners of my pool. A run of about 50' from the amplifier.
1 Answer
Hi Ricky, You won't have to worry about losing quality at that distance. Just go with 14 gauge wire if you can to be safe. Thanks. BM 2706
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 22, 2014

from Florida asked:
October 26, 2013
Deciding on whether to get these for my patio. The description states the frequency response as "150Hz - 20,000Hz". However the official Owner's Manual posted as a pdf document, states "150Hz to 200Hz". I find it hard to believe that they wrote a typo in the owner's manual and have not corrected it. It the manual is correct then the speakers are not what I need. Can someone verify which is the correct spec for the frequency response. Thank you very much!
1 Answer
Hi Mostacho: Thank you for pointing out the typo in the LS3 Owner's Manual. The correct Frequency Response as listed on the site is 150 Hz to 20 kHz (or 20,000 Hz). This also allowed us to update our new Owner's Manual to included our new OSD Audio logo. There is also some additional information on adding a OM-SUB200 Sub-woofer to a multiple pair of LS3 speakers. Again thank you for the heads up. TS-2295
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 30, 2013

from Northern Virginia asked:
April 28, 2013
Would these pair well with the OM-Sub 200 subwoofer? I want to produce full sound at lower volume around a firepit area.
1 Answer
Hi Joe, The LS3 landscape speakers would be ideal satellite speakers for the OMSUB200 subwoofer. You'll experience full sound at lower volume levels just as you describe. CL/MA 1837
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 30, 2013

from NY asked:
August 9, 2012
Is this a speakercraft OG3? I do not see the brand name somewhere, but they look like a 1:1 copy?
1 Answer
Hi Mike, These are OSD Audio-branded landscape speakers. They are almost identical to the OG3 without the designer label or high price. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 9, 2012

from NY asked:
August 1, 2012
How much is the total weight of the two?
1 Answer
Hi Mike, The weight for the pair would be 4.3 lbs CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 2, 2012

from Florida asked:
July 19, 2012
Looking at getting these. Is there an iPod/iPhone dock or player that you know of that these would easily hook up to. I don't have an amplifier or anything and want to be able to easily hook the speakers up to my iPhone. Thanks!
1 Answer
Hi Jim: You will need an Amplifier to power the LS3 Speakers. Your iPod whether used in a docking station or just connected using a 3.5mm RCA to Dual RCA's so you can connect to the Amplifier (something like our OSD AMP120) from the Headphone output of your iPod. Checkout our CL3 16/2 Speaker wire that is approved both for in-wall installation and direct burial. Also see our Aqua Blue direct burial connectors to terminate the speaker wire coming from the amplifier to the short cable coming out from the speakers.. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 20, 2012

from Ann Arbor, MI asked:
June 6, 2012
What are the dimensions of the speaker above the spike? Can they be used outdoors in gardens where there is no protection from the elements?
1 Answer
Susan, Yes they are meant to be left out in the weather, the components are sealed for moisture. From the top of the spike if the speaker was pointing straight up it measures 9 1/2" (base of speaker 1 3/4"- joint is 1"- speaker is 6" tall) The spike is 7.5" long I hope that helps! -CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 6, 2012

Product Reviews