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Outdoor 2.1 Sound System 2x LS3 Landscape Garden 120W Speakers with 200W Omni Subwoofer

Product code: OSD-OMSUB200-LS3-Bundle

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This all-in-one outdoor sound system is perfect for livening up your outdoor activities. Whether you're firing up the BBQ, having people over for a party or just getting some gardening done, this sound system will complete the experience!

Now it's easy to enhance the bass in your backyard system! Just plug your current speaker wires into the omni subwoofer. The built-in crossover in omni subwoofer will filter the low frequencies and drive the 8" subwoofer, while your main speakers will focus on the mids and highs.

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.




8 Questions & 8 Answers
from 33155 asked:
November 15, 2019
I bought these speakers about a year ago and I haven’t set it up yet. Lol Can I wire them parallel ? Or one channel?
1 Answer
Hi Mike:

There is a four-conductor Stereo Right and Left input connection to the OMSub200 Outdoor Subwoofer with Built-in high pass filter crossover and stereo output connection. So, in this case, you are wiring the LS3 in stereo two conductors to the Left and two conductors to the Right speaker. They are wired in parallel from the Amp/Receiver.


Submitted by: Tim Leahy on November 15, 2019

from Cleveland ohio asked:
May 28, 2018
When will this be back in stock? Maybe before father's day?
1 Answer
Hi Drew: The current version of the OMSub200 has been discontinued. The new version will not be here to mid to late Summer. And it will no longer feature an internal low pass crossover with a pass-through to the satellites. Another option to consider is our new BOM4.1 which basically the same subwoofer but is powered by a 4.1 amplifier (100 watts for the sub and 60 watts a channel x four for 2 pairs of satellites). And it is in stock, you could get away giving it as a fathers day present and allowing him to buy the satellites based upon his application/layout. The only reason I would hesitate is the BOM4.1 has a Bluetooth Receiver built in as the only source. And us old guys are not as Bluetooth tech savvy as the younger generation. Let us know... TL/5010
Submitted by: Tim Leahy on May 29, 2018

from New York asked:
November 8, 2017
Would I the XMP100 be able to power this set up? I think it can but I wanted to make sure.
1 Answer
Hi Ryan: Yes it would be a perfect match, a great value for both the Amplifier and 2.1 kit. TL/4632
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 16, 2017

from KS asked:
August 27, 2017
I have purchased 2 x subwoofer/ls3 kits and an additional 2 pairs of ls3's (i.e total of 2 x sub200, and 8 x LS3's, and looking for advice on best way to wire and power (either using a whole house type amp, or a more powerful 2/4 channel amp with speaker selectors etc. I will only be using a sonos zone player as the music source. it doesnt need to be zoned although would be useful to be able to set the volume of each set of speakers depending on location around the pool. It is very much for a balanced ambient background music, rather than ultimate volume etc. Thanks
1 Answer
Hi Mads: Two choices depending on whether you want a volume controls for four zones using OVC300 and DSM4 speaker Selector. The other choice is using a SSVC4 four zone speaker selector which includes four internal Volume Controls. In both cases I would recommend using our AMP200 as your power amp.The DSM4/OVC300 has a single OVC300 per two OM SUB-200/LS3 and one per each of the LS3's. This gives you local controls for all four zones. The SSVC4 would provide control of each zone from a central location. In both cases you would connect the OM Sub 200/LS3 to zone 1 and zone 4. You do want to try place each sub between two pair of LS3. Note the OM-SUB 200 takes a left and right channel then splits the signal into a low pass crossover then connected to the internal 8" Sub. The second half of the split goes to the two speakers connected to the left and right output (in this case the pair of LS3. So you have low pass signal to the sub and full range signal to the satellites. So the additional pair of LS have the identical full range output as the two pair not connected through the OM-Sub 200,s.If you need additional info please contact me at TL/4538
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 18, 2017

from Toronto, Canada asked:
May 8, 2017
Should I use 1 x AMP-120 to power this, 2xAMP 120 (bridged mono) to power this, 1xSMP60 or 1xSMP250... though the SMP250 seems like overkill for my use o/s by pool. I have neighbours - lol
1 Answer
HI Tom: I would not recommend one of the AMP120 since it is limited to a single pair of speakers playing at a time. Technically with the sub 200 and the pair of LS3 it would be like driving 2 pair of 8 ohm speakers. You really only need an AMP200 a true High Current Amplifier that is 2 ohm stable. Note with the OM SUB 200 you do not need dedicated sub amp since a passive crossover network is built in to the sub enclosure. You have the option of hooking the pair of LS3 to speaker A and the OM SUB200 to Speaker B or connect Speaker A directly to OM SUB200 then connect the two satellite (LS3) to the output of the OM SUB200. I would connect them separately so you can turn the OM SUB200 off while still listening to the LS3. Plus with the potential of the AMP200 you can add a second pair pair of LS3 for more coverage and still be able to turn the sub on and off. Good Luck TL/4352
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 13, 2017

from Redondo Beach, CA asked:
October 19, 2016
Could I add a couple additional LS3 speakers to this setup if they were wired in series?
1 Answer
Hi Jim: You can run a second set of speakers all in parallel depending on the Power Amplifier or Receiver you are using. If you are using a High Current Amplifier like our AMP200 you would have no problem running 2 pair of the LS3 to the Speaker A output then the OM SUB 200 to the Speaker B output. That way you get more output from the Amp/system. If you run 4 pair you could run the left speakers in series parallel and same with the right channel as well. Run those off speaker A and the sub off speaker B just like option 1. Good Luck TL/4100
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 25, 2016

from Deephaven, MN asked:
June 27, 2015
What are the physical dimensions of the two styles of speakers (and why do I have to ask, should be in this ad)
1 Answer
Hi Gary, Please click the "View More" link at the bottom of the specs.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 29, 2015

from Birmingham, AL asked:
September 28, 2014
Can I add speakers to this set up? I'm looking for an outdoor system with a sub and 6-8 speakers. Also what amp will I need? My music source will be an ipod.
1 Answer
Hi Craig, Well you can definitely use these speakers as part of a larger audio system, but you can't run more satellite speakers off the OMSUB200 - only 1 pair. You could run this as one zone on a multi-zone system though. Just make sure you run a powerful enough amp such as our AMP300. You would probably want to run a speaker selector as well. Check out our ISS4 or ISS6 speaker selectors. To utilize the most power from the AMP300, you can run two speaker selectors from the AMP300 - 1 via Zone A and the 2nd via Zone B.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 29, 2014

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