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OSD Audio ICE600WRS 6.5" Weather Proof Outdoor Ceiling Speakers Pair

Product code: OSD-ICE600WRS

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Features & Specifications

Relax in the tub and enjoy beautiful sound with these water-resistant 6.5" in-ceiling speakers! With 120W power handling, these in-ceiling speakers are the solution to bringing quality audio to high moisture areas, and are constructed of durable, moisture-resistant materials for use in bathrooms, laundry rooms, kitchens, under outdoor eaves or covered porches. Sold in pairs, the ICE600 weather-resistant speakers are also great for covered porches and patios!


Other Product Info

6-1/2" Ceiling Weather Resistant 120W Water Resistant design which can be used in high humidity areas such as Outdoor patios, bathrooms or laundry rooms. 10yr Warranty! Great for covered porches & patios!
Should I Purchase special cable for in-ceiling speakers?
Wiring is not included with in-ceiling speakers so you will have to purchase some. While wiring requirements will depend on your local building codes, OSD Audio offers CL3/FT4 cable that is UL (fire) rated for all residential and most commercial in-wall and in-ceiling applications. (The exception is you cannot run this cable in heating or cooling ducts in commercial applications.) This cable includes a heavy-duty outer jacket approved for in-wall/in-ceiling installation. The high quality plastic jacket is also very flexible so it's easy to run the wires inside the wall.

For a retrofit installation, no construction bracket is needed.



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38 Questions & 37 Answers
Alex Ozarowski
from Tx asked:
February 8, 2018
How would these sound indoors? I found a deal for four of these and want two indoors and two outdoors
1 Answer
Hi Alex: These were created to work outside and also internally for bathrooms or anywhere where steam or humidity might be a problem. They will work and sound fine inside as well as outside. And if you got a deal even better. TL/4787
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 8, 2018

from Bowie, MD asked:
October 20, 2017
I want to install these in my shower and bathroom ceiling but want to be able to connect to it with Bluetooth. Would I be able to wire this up to Pyle Bluetooth Receiver Wall Mount ?
1 Answer
Hi Kat: yes you can connect to a Bluetooth Wall mounted Amp/receiver in fact we offer one similar with less clutter and alittle bit easier to install. it is the model OSD XWB50. I am assuming you are planning to put just a pair of speakers in your bathroom, one in the shower and a second in the bathroom ceiling. I am assuming you are wanting to connect it as a right and left stereo pair of speakers.. Which might not have the proper stereo seperation depending on how close the speakers are mounted near each other. Another option; you might want to consider purchasing two of our ICE600TTWRS which are a single summed mono stereo speaker. Each speaker would be a full range speaker where you would not have to worry about stereo seperation. Each speaker features a Dual Voice Coil Driver that features a right and left input. You would wire from the Bluetooth Receievr using 16/4 four conductor cable (CL3/FT4 rated) to the in-ceiling speaker then take another four conductor wire out from the first over to the speaker mounted in the Ceiling above the shower. That will be like wiring two pair of 8 ohm speakers in parallel for a 4 ohm connection to the amplifier. Please let me know if you need additional info. TL/4601
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 24, 2017

Brad N.
from portland oregon asked:
October 5, 2017
Will your speakers end up looking like this one. These were exterior rated yet in 3 years this is what happen to them
1 Answer
Hi Brad: It looks like you lost your surround which was weak link. WE have been selling this speaker for more than 10 years and I have never seen one of ours look like that. The key is our surround is sanoprene a synthetic rubber that has holds up longer than foam or cheap rubber. Ours are warranty for 10 years. TL/4577
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 12, 2017

from Florida asked:
September 2, 2017
can these speakers be spray painted?
1 Answer
Hi Don: Yes they can be spray painted. I believe there is a removable cloth glued to the inside of the speaker. This helps when spray painting the speaker but you need to remove it once your done or the perforated holes will be clogged and will block the sound. Good luck TL/4545
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 20, 2017

Ralph Eovino
from Long Island, NY asked:
August 21, 2017
I have a covered porch and would like to install in ceiling speakers. The issue is that, the ceiling is bead board siding. I'm looking for speakers and a support bracket to install since the siding is to thin to support. Most likely this would be done after the hole has cut out.
1 Answer
Hi Ralph: I would go with Patio Speakers like our AP525 and mount to your beams. The advantage of the sealed patio speaker is you can aim it for better coverage than any in-ceiling speaker. The AP525 has a two way mounting bracket that does the typical swivel and with the unique adjustable mount you can tilt the speaker as well. You can still run your wires in the ceiling and cutting a small hole above the speaker to connect. You will wan to mount the speakers 6 to 8 feet apart. The AP525 and AP650 (the 6.5 inch version ) have the highest outdoor rating. And unlike a in-ceiling speaker the Patio speaker has the tuned cabinet that sounds the same no matter where you place it. If you have good access behind the ceiling you could possibly use new construction brackets but the in-ceiling speaker will not match the mounting flexibility or sound quality of the patio speaker available in white or black finish. TL/4528
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 20, 2017

from Long Beach, NY asked:
June 7, 2017
I am wiring my house for in-ceiling speakers and I have 2 bathrooms that are each wired for one mono speaker. Each bathroom will be on its own zone. Can I purchase this pair of speakers, and run them each as a mono speaker in each respective bathroom? Thank you.

from virginia asked:
June 18, 2012
have an existing hole that is a 9 inch cut out. can I make these speakers work in that hole. Thanks
1 Answer
Hi Dwayne, Look at the ICE800WRS. This features a cut-out hole of 9.25", which means increasing your current hole size slightly, then it should pop right in. If you are looking to fill just a single hole then you would want to use our ICE800TTWRS. The ICE800WRS is packaged as a stereo pair; the ICE800TTWRS is packaged as a single speaker. You should also enjoy more bass response from the 8” cone of the ICE800WRS versus the 6.5" cone of the ICE600WRS. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 18, 2012

Tom Wagner
from Oklahoma asked:
September 9, 2017
A basic specification missing. Listed on almost any speaker listed in the world. 4 ohm or 8 ohm impedance?
1 Answer
Hi Tom: Sorry about that. It is 8 ohm just like the ICE800WRS. I will get that added to the bullet points, thanks for the heads up. TL/4559
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 21, 2017

from Long Beach, NY asked:
June 7, 2017
I am wiring my house for in-ceiling speakers and I have 2 bathrooms that are each wired for one mono speaker. Each bathroom will be on its own zone. Can I purchase this pair of speakers, and run them each as a mono speaker in each respective bathroom? Thank you.
1 Answer
Hi Neil: It depends on what you mean by a mono speaker. Is the a single two conductor connection coming into the room? Then yes you can use this speaker for both your bathroom. If you have a four conductor right (+/-) and left (+/-) cable then you would want our ICE 600 TT WRS. This speaker features a Dual Voice coil design that has a separate input for each voice coil. What it does it takes your stereo four conductor input and sums the signal into mono full range output. So it really depends on your speaker wires coming into the bathroom on which speaker will work best for you. Really would need to know what your true input signal is. TL/4410
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 8, 2017

from Long Beach, NY asked:
June 7, 2017
I would like to install these speakers in soffits on my patio. The roof line for this soffit is a flat roof, so it is straight across. There is also a gutter in front of the soffit. Will these speakers be able to withstand the weather?
1 Answer
HI Neil: Yes they will work, these were designed just for this type of application. The ICE 800 WRS will give you a little more bass if you have the room. TL/4409
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 8, 2017

from CA asked:
April 29, 2017
Can you use Cat-5 to wire these for sound directly to/from your computer?
1 Answer
Hi Dean: Most computers need powered speakers to connect to. You can add an amplifier like out XMP 100 and wire speaker wire like our CL3/FT4 rated in-wall, outdoor and direct burial wire from the amplifier. Then connect your computer/laptop with a 3.5mm to RCA adaptor cable connected to the Headphone or audio jack of the computer/laptop. Then you can power up to two pair of speakers maybe one indoor and a second pair at you computer. There are A or B speaker buttons that can be pushed in at the same time to play both speakers at once. The XMP 100 is a digital amplifier that runs at 93% efficiency. TL/4335
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 8, 2017

Kyle Reid
from Austin, Texas asked:
January 17, 2017
I'm building an outdoor kitchen/bar and would like to mount these on the front of the bar right under the overhang of the countertop. A blowing rain could possibly hit the speaker. Could these speakers withstand that?
1 Answer
Hi Kyle: These are in-ceiling speakers meant to be mounted to a surface with a dedicated enclosed area behind it. Otherwise we would recommend a patio speaker with a sealed enclosure like our AP525 (5.25" 2 way) or the AP650 (6.5" 2 way). If you are mounting into a surface with the enclosure than the ICE-600 WRS will work for your application. The AP patio speakers will work in any application. TL/4183
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 19, 2017

from Canada asked:
August 11, 2016
Hi, in your item pictures, you have these speakers mounted in soffit. Do you need a bracket to hold them or will soffit be strong enough for them to just clap onto?
1 Answer
Hi Sam: The ICE 600 WRS does not need a pre-construction bracket to make it work mounted to a soffit. The dog ears work up to a depth of 1.25" so should work for you. TL/4021
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 15, 2016

from Kentucky asked:
July 23, 2016
Thinking of putting 2 pair in my garage ceiling. It is a 25x25. Will these 6.5" work good or do I need the 8"?
1 Answer
Hi Barry: If you have the room the 8 inch will provide a little more bass than the 6.5" I would recommend roughly 10 feet apart and lay the speakers out Left and Right in the front and Right and Left in the back. Good Luck TL/3996
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 24, 2016

from Orlando, FL asked:
July 24, 2015
If installing these in ceiling, do I need to purchase a bracket or does the box come with it?
1 Answer
Hi Mike, You do not need to install a pre-construction bracket for installation, but if you want to, they are sold separately. Unless this is a new construction install, just cut the hole, connect the wire and then it will clamp into place.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 28, 2015

from portland or asked:
September 30, 2014
Is the grill on this speaker paintable? My customer would like these to be able to match the bronze finish shower trims for the can light trims. since the profile matches so closely, they would like the finishes to look at least similar.
1 Answer
Hi Nathan, Yes - these speakers are able to be painted. Just make sure you use the best possible method to ensure the holes in the grills do not get covered by the paint.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 1, 2014

from Florida asked:
September 4, 2014
Is there a recommendation for added weatherproofing of these speakers? I have used these speakers on a covered outdoor porch for 3 years in the salt air of coastal Florida. The outside grate covering eventually rusted. I am now replacing them and would like to know what else I can do to prevent this. Should I add a coat of rust preventive paint? To do this, I suppose I would loose the mesh cloth that adheres to the inside of the grate. Also, an installer here said he sprays the speakers with lubricant (although bugs stick to it). Any suggestions?
1 Answer
Hi Joe, You can use a Rust-O-Leum paint for extra rust resistance. Yeah, the mesh cloth will have to be removed before painting and glued back on after if still usable.
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 4, 2014
from Phoenix, AZ asked:
April 2, 2014
I have a 7 1/2 " cutout in my patio ceiling. One of my current speakers is blown so I am looking to replace both speakers - what do you recommend to fit the cutout
1 Answer
HI, The ICE600WRS have a 7 5/8" cutout and the ICE800WRS 9 5/16" cutout so either of these speakers can work as long as you don't mind cutting a little bit more. CS 2590
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 2, 2014

from Florida asked:
March 18, 2014
I want to replace a pair of MK650's with the ICE600WRS. Will this speaker fit properly in the existing holes for the MK650?
1 Answer
Hi Rick, The cut out diameter for the MK650 is 8 1/8" when the cut out for the ICE600WRS is 7 5/8" so it is slightly smaller. It would be able to work still as the outer trim would cover the hole. If you are able to cut a bigger hole, I would suggest the ICE800WRS which the cut out is 9 5/16" CS 2545
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 18, 2014

from Australia asked:
October 1, 2013
Does this come as a pair (meaning 2 speakers) or just 1 speaker ??
1 Answer
Hi Lawrence, This model is sold as a pair (2 speakers). The dual-tweeter version, ICE600TTWRS, is sold as a single. Thanks. -BM 2251
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 15, 2013

from Oviedo, FL asked:
September 22, 2013
Where can I find the dimensions of this product. I'm going to have to mount it in a ceiling that was roughed in to mount one kind of speaker, but not sure if this one will work. If I had dimensions of distance between dog ear's, etc. that would be great! thanks!
1 Answer
Hi Jesse, The dimensions can be found on the product page under features/specifications and "view more". The dimensions are 9 1/2" x 3 5/8". The dog-ear clamps are approximately 9.5" apart faced inward and 11" apart faced outward. Thanks! -BM 2241
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 17, 2013

from California asked:
August 12, 2013
How long can these be expected to last under a covered outside porch only 30m away from the ocean? Thanks very much.
1 Answer
Hi Jamie: They should last quite a while as long as you take a few precautions when installing the pair. First you want to line the inner frame with a bead of silicon as you insert the speaker in the hole. You may want to spray a clear coat to the speaker grill which can be done once you remove the grill. make sure there is no cloth on the inside of the speaker. If so remove the cloth and discard. You should enjoy years of listening to your ICE600WRS speakers. TL-2139
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 24, 2013

from Vancouver, BC Canada asked:
August 10, 2013
For the picture with the speaker installed in the soffit, was there any specific bracket needed to complete that, or does the speaker come with everything needed to do that?
1 Answer
HI Greg: Everything is included with the product. You just have to cut your hole using the enclosed template. Then remove the grill so you can access the four mounting screws that control the dog ear clamps that will hold your speaker in place. You will need to use CL3/FT4 rated speaker, which is approved for running inside the walls. FT4 is the Canadian equivalent for CL3. TL-2131
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 22, 2013

from Toronto ontario asked:
July 24, 2013
I just purchased these speakers and was wondering if I needed to remove the white fabric inside the grill? Also I have read that you recommend that a clear coating be sprayed on the speaker if used in outside area. What is this product called?
1 Answer
HI Al: You will need to remove the internal cloth to apply the clear cote. Then just discard the cloth. TL-2097
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on August 20, 2013

from Texas asked:
April 6, 2013
I am planning to install outdoor speakers for a covered patio and pool application. The covered patio will also have a tv on it. I'm not sure how many speakers I need, volume controls, amp, etc. I want the speakers to have a wireless connection to Internet radio, and was thinking of using the Sonos bridge and amp for that connection. I was thinking of installing two speakers in the ceiling over the porch, and two speakers in the eave facing the pool, two zones. What equipment would you recommend for this type of install?
1 Answer
Hi Steve, Sounds like a great outdoor system! We suggest connecting an OV300 volume control to the Sonos connect amp. Then connect a pair of ICE600WRS ceiling speakers and possibly the AP525 patio speakers pair facing the pool. Run these in parallel from the OVC300 volume control and set the impedance to 2X. CL/MA 1772
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 9, 2013

from Baton Rouge, LA asked:
April 6, 2013
Do the ICE600WRS speakers have the same cut-out template dimension as the ICE650 type speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Cory, The cutout is slightly different for our ICE600 weather-resistant ceiling speakers. The ICE650 is 8 1/4" while the ICE600WRS is 7 5/8". You can view the dimensions under the features and specs below the picture by clicking "View More" in blue CL/MA 1770
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 9, 2013

from Little Rock, Ar asked:
March 13, 2013
I have purchased a set of these and plan to add additional sets. My question is what is the best speaker control unit to support seven zones plus volume control? I plan to connect to my Yamaha RX-V673 AV Receiver. I currently run my surround sound speakers with my TV and plan to run the other speakers for my audio only.
1 Answer
Hi Jimmer, You’ll need an additional amplifier to drive 7 zones. Take a look at our 8-zone kit that comes with a high current amp (AMP300), ISS8 speaker selector and indoor volume controls. You can also buy the components individually, say if you want outdoor volume controls instead. CL/MA 1697
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 13, 2013

from KS asked:
March 10, 2013
Does this model have a pivoting tweeter? Thanks!
1 Answer
Hi Andy, The tweeters on the ICE600WRS are stationary and do not pivot. The internal components are sealed for humidity so these speakers are ideal for bathrooms or covered patios. CL/MA 1690
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 11, 2013

from Corpus Christi, Tx asked:
November 23, 2012
I am replacing four in wall speakers after 16 years. the cut out hole is 8 X 51/2. They will function and the front and rear surround speakers. I have an old JBL center speaker that works fine. Do you have any recommendations. Thanks Rick
1 Answer
Hi Rick: Your cutout hole would tell us that you are replacing 5.25" In-Wall Speakers. Our best 5.25" In-Wall would be the IW540 but the Cut-Out Diameter is 9 5/8" x 6 1/8". It would help to know the JBL center Channel model number so I can see the specifications. Is it a Dual 5.25" with a 1" Tweeter; what is the cone material used for both the woofer and Tweeter? That will also help to pick out the best timbre matched speakers to compliment the JBL Center. Also do you have the ability to enlarge the hole size to accommodate a 6.5 inch 2 way typically with a Cutout of 7 5/8" x 10 13/16". You have more choices in 6.5" and matches better to a Dual 5.25" Center (if that is what your JBL speaker is). Please let us know what you think. TL #1409
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on November 25, 2012

from Houston, TX asked:
October 8, 2012
I am looking to set up a 4 zone system, with the AMP200 and DSM4 speaker selector. Is it OK to have volume controls on 3 of the zones but not on the 4th? The 4th zone does not have a good place to wire volume control so I would like to leave it out if possible.
1 Answer
Hi Trey, It is better to have volume controls for each zone, so our suggestion for your fourth zone is connect that pair to the speaker B output on the Amp200 rather than zone 4 on the speaker selector. CL 1324
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on October 8, 2012

from Edgewater Fl. asked:
September 23, 2012
Hello and thank you in advance for the help. I am going to purchase these speakers ( ICE600WRS ) for a porch ceiling were working on now. I clicked on the owners manual for hole cut out size and found every application but the ICE600 listed. Could you tell me which cut out to use as we are installing the ceiling and I would like to cut the correct size prior to installing the ceiling. Thanks again , Brian PS. I used your company for other projects and your great.
1 Answer
Hi Brian: We list cutout in bullet points on the ICE600WRS product page, Cut out: 7 5/8" TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 25, 2012

from Houston, TX asked:
September 19, 2012
I am looking at using 3 pairs of these speakers for a multi-room set up (outdoor patio, bathroom, dining room). Everything is pre-wired (including volume controls for each area). Can you recommend which volume controls, speaker selector, and amplifier I would need to be able to run all 3 zones (possibly a 4th in the future) at the same time. I would also like the option of turning various zones off and on.
1 Answer
Hi Trey, Our AMP200 would do the trick and is perfect for 4 zones. We suggest using it with the DSM4 speaker selector and the SVC300 for volume controls. Thanks for your interest in OSD AUDIO. CL/MA 1298
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 19, 2012

from Laredo asked:
September 5, 2012
Do you have these in stock? I need 14 speakers for a yoga studio. Six of them will be in a hot yoga room with 100% humidity, 110 heat. Do I need a bracket for these? All the others will be in a gyp board clg...regular type environment.Do I need a bracket for these? Thank you Rafael Pena
1 Answer
Hi Rafael--Yes, we have enough in stock to cover your needs. The ICE600WRS would be an excellent choice and is treated specifically for environments like you describe. If you're still concerned, you can coat the speaker with clear coat (spray can only) which is available at any local hardware store. New construction brackets are typically used when the studs or joists are exposed before mounting the sheet rock or ceiling tiles. The two advantages of using brackets are: 1) determining exact placement of the speaker while providing a template to cut the mounting hole; and 2) to provide additional support. All of our speakers feature a retrofit mounting system so they can be installed without the new construction bracket. If you decide to use a bracket, the model number is NCCB6 which is in stock. Hope this helps. Namaste! MA/CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on September 10, 2012

from windsor, co. asked:
July 13, 2012
we are looking at these speakers for our covered patio. do they withstand cold temperatures or should they be taken down during the winter months? are they temperature rated at all?
1 Answer
Hi jan: You should have no problem mounting this permanently in an enclosed Patio. It would not be necessary to take them out during the winter. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 16, 2012

from Tomball,Texas asked:
July 9, 2012
I am currently building a covered back porch on my house and would like to know if the ICE600WRS speakers would work for my application. I am going to have 3 listening areas on the porch, each controlled by its own volume control (SVC300?). 1st area is a 12’x30’ covered screened area with a TV and would include 2 pairs (total of 4 speakers) of the ICE600WRS and would like to listen to the TV or music on these speakers, 2nd area is a 12’x45’ unscreened covered area that would include 2 pairs (total of 4 speakers) of the ICE600WRS, and the 3rd area would be the yard and pool outside of the porch and I would install a pair of AP640 (total 2 speakers) facing out under the eave. Is this enough speakers, should I go with the 8” or the stereo speaker such as the ICE600TTWRS? Would I need a switch box like the ISS4 and an AMP like the AMP200? I attached a sketch of the porch layout to help understand my layout.
1 Answer
Hi James: would configure your system as follows: Amplifier: AMP200 connected to the DSM4 speaker selector. You will be driving three possibly all four zones. The DSM4 would be connected to (2) SVC300 Impedance-matching volume controls located in the in the smaller screened-in porch in the wall near the door. One would drive 2 pair of ICE600WRS in the 12 x 30 foot room. A second SVC300 would be connected to 2 pair of ICE800WRS for the 12 x 45 foot room. A third Volume Control (the OVC300, outdoor VC) would be mounted outside at the stairs and would connect to 2 pair of AP650. The wire connection from the AMP to the Speaker Selector to the Volume Controls would be done with CL3 14/4 speaker cable (14-gauge 4-conductor, in a single jacket), then 14/2 from the Volume Controls to the each individual speaker. In all three areas, you can run a single 14/2 to the closest right and left speaker of the two pair. You can then run another 14/2 from the input of the first pair of speakers out to the second pair to the second designated pair in each zone. Each volume control has an impedance-matching setting which should be set at a minimum 4x since you will be driving this with an AMP200—a true High Current amplifier. I can send you a basic diagram to your email that is listed under a separate email. There are some ideas I can discuss with you regarding your sources as well. I hope that helps. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on July 11, 2012

from Richmond, Texas asked:
March 14, 2012
I want to buy 2 pair of speakers for my outdoor patio. We have a wood celing that we will mount the speakers to. Do I need any thing else with thepurchase of the ICE 600wrs weather rest 6 1/2 " speakers. We already have the speaker wires run in the celing. Do I need the back box? I am replacing older speakers. We did not have a back box attached to the older speakers.
1 Answer
Maureen, You can install the speaker without a back box. Some customers do add one though to improve the sound pressure level . CL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 14, 2012

from San Antonio, TX asked:
February 6, 2012
I am looking for some "outdoor" speakers for my covered patio. I am planning on mounting these in the hardy plank (1/2" or 5/8" thick, I believe) wall that was created when the cover was installed. Behind it is the old roof, it that helps you imagine how these will be installed. See attached picture. Do I need anything else to mount these? Is this a good application? Should I installed these in the eaves instead? Patio is approximately 12 feet deep by 30 feet long. Planning on running these off of my home receiver.
1 Answer
Hi Mike, Based on your photo, I believe a patio speaker would be a better option. In fact, I would suggest two of our AP550TT Dual Voice Coil stereo speakers connected through our OVC300 outdoor volume control. Because this is a stereo speaker with two tweeters, it provides more music coverage (to your large area) with no concern for right and left separation. You can easily mount them 12 to 15 feet apart with the included bracket. The volume control matches the two speakers to your receiver and allows you to control the volume while in the patio. You can connect these to either the A or B speaker output from your receiver. You will need to use our 16 gauge 4-conductor CL3 rated cable. A patio speaker features a tuned enclosure specific to the drivers utilized. The in-ceiling speaker is subject to the area it is mounted in and the enclosure behind it, which (based on the image you sent) could vary greatly. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on February 6, 2012

from point roberts asked:
January 20, 2012
can i use this in the ceiling of a steam shower?
1 Answer
Brent, Yes you can, it is sealed to protect the components from humidity, like in bathrooms. Cl
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on January 20, 2012

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