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BTR-800 8" Bluetooth Wireless Rock Speaker Pair - Brown

Product code: OSD-BTR-800Brow

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Features & Specifications

This OSD BTR-800 Wireless Rock Speaker is a fun way to add sound and entertainment to your backyard parties, barbecues and other outdoor activities. Its all-weather design allows unlimited placement in your garden, lawn or patio. This slate-colored Bluetooth rock speaker blends flawlessly into the landscape. Its wireless design allows quick and stress-free installation without the hassles of speaker wires. This item is manufactured with an 8" woofer that produces a vibrant and dynamic sound. The Bluetooth range for this OSD BTR-800 Wireless Rock Speaker is 120' to 150' with an unobstructed line of site; or 50' to 75' with an obstructed view.




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3 Questions & 3 Answers
from Philadelphia asked:
April 17, 2017
Follow up to Sonos Connect AMP question. Will these speakers be the functional equivalent of wiring 2 single coil 8ohm speakers. Sonos is very specific about the impedance load.
1 Answer
HI Ray: If you are connecting them as a stereo pair you will need to set the 4/8 ohm switch to 4 ohm then connect only a single voice coil of each speaker. That would put less a load than connecting both voice coils and setting the switch to 8 ohms on each and connecting them in parallel. Or you could purchase our XMP 100 amplifier and go with the SONOS Connect Pre amp versus SONOS Connect AMP. The XMP 100 Digital Amplifier is 93% efficient and has both a speaker A and B. And the combination would be a little cheaper and sounds as good or better. TL/4310
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 19, 2017

yaroslav burkovskiy
from massachusetts asked:
June 21, 2016
can i use this on the sonos amp
1 Answer
Hi Yaroslav: Yes this will work perfectly with the SONOS Connect AMP. The SONOS has a left and right output (+/-) which connects to the two inputs of the. The speaker features dual voice coils each with their own input. It features the Single DVC Woofer and 2 Tweeters. So it will deliver a summed Mono Stereo (full range) .signal. TL/3948
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 22, 2016

Michael Vignola
from Seymour CT asked:
June 3, 2012
In using it as a single speaker large front yard setup. Do you connect a Left and right set of wires, does one speaker actually handle both sides of the amp. Any info is appreciated
1 Answer
Hi Michael, This is a stereo speaker that features a Dual Voice Coil Woofer and Dual Tweeter as well as a right and left input (one for each voice coil). What it does is sum mono the stereo signal, so both channels of the amplifier are indeed utilized. It’s similar to bridging your amp to mono. We do offer a single patio stereo speaker, as well as a number of in-ceiling versions. The summed mono stereo in-ceiling speakers are typically utilized where only one speaker location is available like a bathroom, hallway or even a master bedroom closet as examples. The patio and outdoor speakers are used where left and right separation is not needed because listeners will be constantly moving around (i.e., pools, patios and larger decks). In the case of a large front yard setting, it can be more desirable to feature two of the single stereo speakers versus a right and left stereo pair. You would need an A and B output from your receiver or one of our impedance-matching volume controls to connect the two stereo speakers in parallel. TL/MA
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on June 4, 2012

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