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Wireless Outdoor Speakers Rock WR800 Pair OSD Audio

Product code: OSD-WR-800

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Features & Specifications

An easy iPod solution! Our most powerful wireless speaker, the OSD WR800 Rock Speakers kick out seriously big sound in a wireless package. Sold in pairs, the OSD-WR800 all-weather wireless rock speaker is an easy and effective way to bring sound outdoors without having to run wires. These speakers use the 2.4 GHz-2.48 GHz frequency range, which is less likely to experience interference from other wireless devices like cordless phones. This all-weather speaker has a range up to 300 feet, although distance may vary depending on the environment.

A Note on Wireless Routers
Although rare, some customers have experienced interference with certain models of wireless internet routers. If you experience interference with your wireless router, OSD recommends moving the transmitter that came with your speakers as far away as possible from the wireless router and cycling through the frequency channels several times.

Connects to iPods and Other Portable Players!
OSD Audio makes it easy to listen to portable music players like iPods while you're sunning in the backyard. Each wireless speaker includes a transmitter and mini cable that plugs into an iPod, iPad, laptop computer and other mobile devices with a headphone jack.It's that easy!

Ready to Rock?
The OSD-WR800 Rock speaker includes a sturdy 8" polypropylene cone woofer with butyl rubber surround, providing excellent bass response. This system comes with two rock speakers, audio transmitter, power supply for the rock speakers and transmitter, remote control, and audio cable.

Easy Installation with No Wires from the Audio Source to the Speakers
Our wireless speakers do not need to connect directly to your audio source, making installation a snap. Keep in mind, however, that the two speakers are connected via speaker wire. The reason for this is that an amplifier is built into a main speaker which acts as the power source for both speakers. This is why the rock speakers must be wired together.

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Beefy 8" polypropylene cone woofer with butyl rubber surround for superb bass response

An easy way to bring sound outdoors without having to run wires directly from the source

Easily connects to iPods, MP3 players, A/V receivers, computers, or other source equipment

Includes a pair of rock speakers, 2.4 GHz transmitter, AC adapter, AC power supply, remote control, and speaker wire to connect the two speakers, and audio cables

Choose canyon brown or granite grey

Built to withstand harsh environments with water-resistant materials

Includes remote control with 80ft range (unobstructed)

Available in Granite Grey and Canyon Brown

Use with Wireless Routers
Although rare, some customers have experienced interference with certain models of wireless internet routers. If you experience interference with your wireless router, OSD recommends moving the transmitter that came with your speakers as far away as possible from the wireless router and cycling through the frequency channels several times.



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50 Questions & 52 Answers
James Gray
from Clemmons, NC asked:
October 4, 2011
Can you expand your system by adding more speaker pairs? If so, can you order the speaker pairs separately? How would they be listed for ordering?
1 Answer
Yes you can add more pairs to the system, they share the same transmitter in the range. You can just order another pair and don't use the transmitter. We don't have sku for speakers without the transmitter.
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on October 4, 2011

from Philadelphia, PA asked:
August 17, 2015
Says out of stock, discontinued. Is there an alternative to this package that you could recommend?
1 Answer
Hi Vincent, Check out our Bluetooth Wireless rock speakers, the BTR-800.
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on August 17, 2015

from Charlottesville, va asked:
July 11, 2014
I have owned my speakers for 3-4 months now and have not had a problem. Tonight i plugged my iPod into the transmitter as usual and no music. I have tried everything - running through channels, another music source, different cable from iPod to transmitter and still nothing. I am incredibly disappointed and frustrated. I love these speakers. Suggestions---- please. Thank you
1 Answer
Hello LeAnn, Have you tried disabling your wireless internet? It could be interfering with the transmitter. Also, is the red light on the bottom of the speaker continuous or flashing? If flashing, it's a bad power supply and will need to be replaced. Give us a call to further troubleshoot. Thanks!
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on July 14, 2014

Laura Junker
from Ashland WI asked:
May 21, 2014
How do I buy a replacement power cord for my speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Laura, We are currently out-of-stock on the power cord but should have them back in-stock next month. Below is the link to the page where you can order it once it's back in-stock. Thanks! BM 2702
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on May 21, 2014

from ill asked:
April 23, 2014
if i bought two pair could i run them both with one transmitter
1 Answer
Yes! You can run up to 3 pairs of these wireless speakers off one single transmitter. In fact, if you tried running both pair with 2 transmitters, you would get interference between the 2. BM 2636
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on April 24, 2014

from Orlando. asked:
November 24, 2013
Can I hook this up to digital audio out? I want my speakers on the tv on with the rock speakers at that same time.
1 Answer
Hi Zac, The transmitter will not accept optical or anything but 3.5mm/RCA. So, if you're TV has an RCA Out (red/white), then you can run it with the 3.5 to RCA cable that comes with the set. Let us know if you have any further questions. Thanks! -BM 2348
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on November 26, 2013

Udai Srivastava
from New Delhi, India asked:
November 23, 2013
Hi, I am from New Delhi, India. I have ordered 2 pairs of these speakers and plan to place them on my open terrace. My worry is about the extreme temperatures in India - It is extremely hot in summers, and rains a lot during monsoons. Also, the dust is a LOT more than an average city in the USA. Any precautions that I should take while leaving the speakers upstairs? And if yes, can you explain what I can do? Thanks a lot.
1 Answer
Hi Udai, Thank you for showing interest in our products! These speakers are great for outdoors and will give you a nice, high-quality sound. While they are indeed built for outdoors, it is always best to keep them as protected as possible. Meaning, if you can keep them in a primarily shaded spot during the hot seasons, this will protect the paint from fading. If you can either cover them up in plastic or bring them indoors during the monsoon seasons, this will help them last longer as well. Water isn't going to hurt them, but any protection will increase longevity. Dust shouldn't be a problem. Let us know how they hold up. Thanks! -BM 2345
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on November 26, 2013

from Queen Creek, Arizona asked:
September 7, 2013
I want to hook these up along with a pair of wired speakers. Is there any latency in the sound that would show up an an echo?
1 Answer
Kris, There's always the chance that there could be a slight delay on the wireless speaker, but I doubt it would be noticeable. The main factor would be distance between source and speaker. Thanks. -BM 2202
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on October 15, 2013

from Chicago asked:
August 18, 2013
What are the dimensions of the speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Brian, Sorry for the confusion- the "view more" tab below the pictures gives you the details. I know its hard to find. Here is what it says: Dimensions: 12 ½” x 12 ½” x 12 hope that helps! CL 2153
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on September 24, 2013

from SF, CA asked:
July 9, 2013
these WIRELESS rock speakers show the use of WIRES in the description. So which is it? WIres or Wireless? thx. Glenn
1 Answer
Glenn, Good question! While the system isn't completely wireless, it is considered a wireless speaker system because you do not need to run speaker wire from an amp/receiver to the speakers. The transmitter plugs into your music source which sends the signal over to the main speaker which is then wired to the satellite speaker. The main rock speaker and the transmitter also come with power supplies. Call us at 562-697-2600 to discuss further. Thanks! -BM 2070
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on July 12, 2013

from NJ asked:
June 19, 2013
How many watts are these? My yard is about 75x40,. Will these be loud enough?
1 Answer
Hi Bobby, The WR800 wireless rock speakers have a power rating of 60W/120W peak. It’s our largest wireless speaker and includes 8” woofers to fill large spaces. It should be fine at 75 feet x 40 feet but be sure to experiment with placement to obtain the best sound and transmission quality. MA/DL 1995
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on June 24, 2013

from Long Island, New York asked:
June 4, 2013
Is the transmitter and power supply water proof?
2 Answers
Hi Andrew, The transmitter on our wireless speakers can be used outside but it is not waterproof. You should protect is from moisture when possible. MA 1953
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on June 6, 2013
Hi Andrew, The transmitter on our wireless speakers can be used outside but it is not waterproof. You should protect is from moisture when possible. MA 1593
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on June 6, 2013

from philadelphia asked:
May 21, 2013
how long is the power wire from the main speaker to the paired speaker.
1 Answer
Hi Cliff, The speaker cable that connects the two wireless rock speakers is 30 ft in length. CL/MA 1917
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on May 29, 2013

from Oak Harbor, Wa asked:
May 15, 2013
If I use RCA jacks to hook into my receiver. Will I be able to listen to radio? Also my receiver is in my shop which has metal siding. Will this effect me getting a signal to wireless speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Chris, Our WR800 wireless outdoor speakers include an RCA cable to connect to your receiver or other audio source. The metal siding of your shop should not affect the signal and you should be able to listen to the radio. CL/MA 1902
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on May 19, 2013

from Fulton, Il asked:
May 10, 2013
What brand is the speaker in the rock
1 Answer
Hi JD, We design and manufacture our own speakers. All OSD Audio rock speakers have OSD Audio speakers. You'll be more than happy with the sound quality. CL/MA 1882
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on May 16, 2013

from NJ asked:
May 6, 2013
Where can I buy a new power cord for these speakers? Mine was exposed to water and is no longer working.
2 Answers
Hi Bryan, We offer replacement power cords for the WRS800 Wireless Rock speakers. Call our customer support line at 888 779-4968 to order. MA 1868
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on May 9, 2013
Hi Bryan, We offer replacement power cords for the WRS800 Wireless Rock Speakers. Call our customer support line at 888 779-4968 to order. CL/ MA 1868
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on May 9, 2013

from Los Angeles asked:
May 3, 2013
Hi - I recently purchased these speakers for my backyard and they worked great the first 2-3 months, then one of the speakers stopped working. The main speaker is powered and working, but the secondary one has no sound. The speaker wire is properly connected, I've powered it on/off and still no luck. Has this happened to anyone? Any suggestions on how to fix it? Thanks for your help!
1 Answer
Hi Tom, If you’ve carefully checked the cable connections and there is still no sound from the second rock speaker, you’ll need to contact our warranty department. Please email with this information along with your order number for further assistance. CL/MA 1859
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on May 8, 2013

from Springfield, MA asked:
April 21, 2013
Wondering whether I could put the wireless transmitter inside my house and broadcast through an exterior wall to main speaker rock. Distance would be about 20 feet but not line of sight since an exterior wall is in the way. Has anyone done this sort of set up? Thanks!
1 Answer
Hi Jim, This is a very common setup for our wireless outdoor speakers, and the signal will go through walls with no problem. It’s the same technology as a cordless phone so 20ft will not be an issue. CL/MA 1817
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on April 24, 2013

from Florida asked:
April 8, 2013
Can the speakers be utilized using Bluetooth technology.
1 Answer
Hi Dayton, All of our wireless outdoor speakers use the 2.4Ghz frequency, which allows them to be positioned far away from the transmitter. CL/MA 1783
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on April 9, 2013

from New Zealand asked:
February 2, 2013
Do you have a product to waterproof the power supply for the outdoor wireless rock speakers?
1 Answer
HI Pat, Although we do not carry such a product, your local hardware store will have a "waterproof connector cover box" that you could use for the AC cord. Most of our customers disconnect the cord from the main rock and bring the supply in when it's not in use. CL/MA 1603
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on February 6, 2013

from Los Angeles asked:
December 15, 2012
Do these speakers need to be turned on/off each time using the toggle switch under the main speaker?
1 Answer
Hi Kai, You do not have to physically turn these wireless outdoor rock speakers on and off with the toggle switch (located on the bottom of the main speaker). You can turn the speakers off with the supplied remote control that also controls the volume. TL/MA - 1468
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on December 16, 2012

from missoula mt asked:
August 18, 2012
If we wanted to bring these with us in our Motor Home could they be run off a D/C?
1 Answer
Hi Paula, If your motor home is all DC power, you will need a DC/ AC power inverter to run the WR800 Rock Speakers. CL/MG 1242
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on August 21, 2012

from Monticello, MN asked:
August 12, 2012
I see from another question that these may not work near a wireless internet router. Turning off the router is not an option. Ours would be about 25-30ft away. Would this be of concern?
1 Answer
Hi Bob, Although any device that runs on the 2.4 GHz frequency can cause interference, it is rarely a problem. There have been only a few cases where customers have run into interference and the issue is usually resolved by moving the transmitter or switching channels. CL/MA 1229
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on August 14, 2012

Greg Bender
from Lansing,Mi. asked:
August 7, 2012
Can these speakers be used from an indoor Bose Wave radio
1 Answer
Hi Greg, Absolutely! Your Wave Radio features a Headphone 3.5mm jack which you can plug the aux cable supplied with the WR800 into the Wireless Transmitter. You can interface the WR800 or even our new WPA-650 wireless patio speakers. You could even power two pair of our wireless off a single transmitter attached to the headphone jack. TL/MA
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on August 8, 2012

Vernon Johnson
from Henderson NV. asked:
August 6, 2012
2 QUESTIONS, I need 45 ft of cable to just get from one side of my swimming pool dek to the other. Need 65 to 75 ft. of cable.will the second speaker work ? Hookup to back om my computer, can I get a spli?ter
1 Answer
Hi Vernon: You can splice a cable to the 30 foot cable supplied with the kit. We recommend using out True Aqua electrical connectors (rated for direct Burial) to make the connections, just cut the cable in the middle and add the needed length, Would recommend our 14/2 CL3 direct burial cable to do the job. I am assuming you are connecting the transmitter to your computer 3.5mm headphone/audio jack with the supplied cable. The satellite speaker has no power, just the internal speakers which receives its speaker level (two conductor +/-) signal through the 30 foot cable you will be splicing into. TL
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on August 8, 2012

from Texas asked:
July 31, 2012
What type of batteries are required? And do they come with the product?
1 Answer
Hi Stephanie, The WR800 Wireless Rock Speaker does not run on battery power. The speaker has an AC power supply for the wireless transmitter and a more powerful AC power supply for the wireless receiver and power amplifier built into the main rock speaker. There is a small 12V battery supplied for the remote control but it is for batteries. The same is true with our new WPA650 Wireless Power Speakers. Our WR150 Wireless Rock Speakers features a battery pack as an optional power source for the main outdoor speaker. It takes 6 AA batteries not included with the kit. TL/MA
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on July 31, 2012

from Millersville MD asked:
July 28, 2012
We can not get our wireless speakers to work with our XM indoor radio base. It has an earphone jack but will not transmitt to speakers. I can use my IPOD or other devices with earphone jacks though. If you plug in earphones to the XM base station they work fine. We purchased our outdoor wireless rock speakers from you in late May 2012. They are model #WR-800. Please help!
1 Answer
Dean, It must be a setting on your XM radio, are you sure the output is selected? Does it work with other speakers? CL
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on July 30, 2012

from New York, NY asked:
July 16, 2012
I like to stream music through my laptop (Pandora). Can I hook these speakers up to my laptop?
1 Answer
Hi Katie, Yes you can! Simply connect to the headphone/audio output jack usually found next to the microphone input jack. The connector is called a 3.5mm mini RCA Stereo jack. There is an aux cable with 3.5mm at both ends. The input on the WR-800 wireless transmitter takes the same 3.5mm in as well. TL/MA
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on July 16, 2012

from Rescue, CA asked:
July 2, 2012
Is the transmitter also weatherproof? Also, how long is the transmitter's cord? My yard slopes downhill and I'd like to mount the transmitter on top of my patio cover to create an unobstructed path. I'm hoping that the cord is long enough to allow me to do so.
1 Answer
Hi Kevin, The transmitter is not weatherproof. The audio cords that come with the unit are only about a foot and a half long but certainly could be extended. You do have a power supply that has to be plugged into a wall outlet which can also be extended. These are RF 2.4 GHz frequencies so they are fairly strong. You could place the unit on top of a cabinet to help. We do have 30-day performance guarantee. Just make sure to save the original boxes. TL
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on July 2, 2012

Daniel J Neff
from Cleveland, OH asked:
June 25, 2012
I purchased the outdoor wireless speakers on 5-21-2012 and they system worked well for two weeks than for some reason the AC power (120vPower Supply) unit stopped working. I need to knwo waht needs to be done to get this replaced under warranty. Dan Neff OSD AUDIO #5626972600
1 Answer
Hi Daniel: Please contact Brennan at to talk about us replacing your Power Supply. It is covered under warranty. TL
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on June 26, 2012

from Ch asked:
June 24, 2012
What's the warranty for these speakers?
1 Answer
Hi: 2 Years on all of our Wireless offerings including our new WPA650 Wireless Patio Speakers that just arrived Monday. TL
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on June 26, 2012

from Dallas, TX asked:
June 19, 2012
What is the best way to hook the WR800's to a Yamaha Aventage RX-A3000? there are enough connections on the back of the receiver to boggle the mind, and although I tried several, nothing seems to work. Also, do you know if there is a special set up on the receiver to make them work? BTW: the speakers sound GREAT with an iPod! But I need them to work with my receiver.
1 Answer
Chris, Looking at the back of it, the AV out or ZONE 2 out looks like your best bet for the WR800's CL
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on June 19, 2012

james dezember
from evansville,in asked:
June 7, 2012
the music cut outs really bad. I have changed channels and nothing works. I love the speakers but hate the skipping. I think the transmitter is bad. Can I get a replacement?
1 Answer
Hi James: Please contact Brennan at OSD in our returns department, he can help you out... Contact info: or 1-888-779-4968 ext 120.
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on June 8, 2012

from U.S asked:
June 3, 2012
Is it possible to battery operate this system
1 Answer
The WR-800 is powered by a AC adapter only. Our WR-150 gives you the option of plug in or battery operation. Sorry about that. TL
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on June 4, 2012

from Phoenix, AZ asked:
June 2, 2012
Can I push sound from a reciever out through the speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Cindy: You can connect to a receiver as long as it has audio pre-amp outputs. Which receiver do you have, Make and model? I would more than happy to let you know if you can connect to your specific receiver and how. TL
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on June 4, 2012

from Lewes,delaware asked:
June 2, 2012
Is the power cord water proof also and can you connect it to an extension cord if there isnt enough room?
1 Answer
Hi Tyler, The AC cord is water resistant. You can connect it to an extension cord; however, we would recommend bringing it in during extreme weather. CL/ MA
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on June 4, 2012

from Boston, MA asked:
June 2, 2012
How do they sound? How long have you had them? Would you buy them again or keep looking?
1 Answer
Barbara, These are our most popular wireless speakers! Customers love them and they sound great. We have had them about two years now. They use the same technology as a cordless phone with a range of 300 feet. -CL
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on June 4, 2012

from Lewes,delaware asked:
June 1, 2012
How long is the power cord?
1 Answer
Tyler, The ac cord for the speakers is about 8ft long. CL
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on June 1, 2012

from Grand Rapids, Michigan asked:
May 26, 2012
Can you connect 4 speakers off the same signal?
1 Answer
HI JTB: You can drive two pair of WR-800 of a single Transmitter. You will have a a backup transmitter from the second pair of WR-800. They are only sold as a kit featuring a stereo pair of speakers and a wireless transmitter. TL
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on May 26, 2012

Nancy Myra
from Toronto, Ontario, Canada asked:
May 21, 2012
can you please tell me if there are tweeter speakers in teh WR800?
1 Answer
Hi Nancy: The WR-800 features a 2 way eight inch coaxial driver where the 1" soft dome tweeter is mounted on a bridge in front of the 8" woofer. It is similar to a speaker designed for Car Stereo. A coaxial design features both the Tweeter and Woofer co-exiting on the same axis. The Tweeter would be mounted in the center above the dust cap of the woofer. TL
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on May 22, 2012

from MD asked:
May 14, 2012
I am having trouble pairing my new wr800 speakers. I have tried turning the remote on/off many times while changing channels on the transmitter. The remote does not turn the rock speaker off. What else can I try? Thank you.
1 Answer
Hi Bruce, It's always good to get the speakers to sync up in the same room before you move them into place. I would encourage you to have your two sets in close proximity until they pair up and then move them into place. To turn the speakers completely off, you would need to flip the power switch on the bottom of the main rock speakers. CL/ MA 841
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on May 15, 2012

Jim Gay
from Philadelphia asked:
May 13, 2012
What is the warranty on these speakers?
1 Answer
Hi Jim Gray: Good question, we need to make sure that information is posted to each of our Wireless speaker systems that we offer including the WR-800, WR150 and our Wireless Frogs. I know for sure it is at least one year but let me make sure it gets posted ASAP. Sorry for the confusion. TL
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on May 13, 2012

from Pittsburgh, PA asked:
May 13, 2012
I am setting up a wireless audio system throughout my house using airports and the apple remote. Does this wireless register on the remote? or does it have some wireless enabler on it?
1 Answer
Hi Samantha: I do not believe you would be able interface with the WR-800 directly but certainly you would have control over whatever source you are connecting the transmitter to. TL
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on May 13, 2012

from MN woods asked:
May 11, 2012
Awesome sounding speakers. But when using them the transmitter knocks out my D-Link wireless network. So I cannot listen to internet radio over this system on a wireless network connected computer. Is there a fix for this problem? Toby
1 Answer
Hi Toby: Did you attempt to connect the transmitter to a computer that is hard wired to the Router? Did you try searching for another channel to sync up or did the problem occur no matter what channel you connected with? I have to talk to our internal tech to see if he might have any ideas. TL
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on May 13, 2012

from Santa Barbara, CA asked:
May 8, 2012
I would like to use a solar panel and battery to power this system. How much power does this require DC Volts and Amperage. Thanks!
1 Answer
Hi Kurt: The transmitter uses a AC-DC Adapter rated as follows: Class 2 Transformer Input: 12V AC 60Hz MAX 7W Output: 4.5V DC, 300mA There is also a AC-DC adapter for the Main Speaker: Input: 100-240V, 50/60Hz 1.5A Output: 14.5V.... 4.0A There is a cable that connects the two speakers providing power to the second speakers wireless Receiver and internal power amp. TL
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on May 8, 2012

from Houston, TX asked:
April 30, 2012
Your ad says that you expect tohae more on April 29 but item still shows out of stock. Do you have a new date of when you are expecting to have in stock. Time is of the essence for me now. I need to make a decisions in the next 2 days. Please advise, thank you. Martin
1 Answer
Hi Martin: The Container is in the US, we are waiting for its release through customs. So any day now, keep your fingers crossed. TL
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on May 2, 2012

from MN woods asked:
April 28, 2012
Can you extend the 30 foot cable between the main speaker and the paired speaker. I would need extra length the way I have to run my wire. Not in a straight line. Thanks
1 Answer
Hi Toby, The cable included with the speakers is a 30 foot cable. It is bare wire at each end. You could use our 14/2 CL3 Direct Burial Speaker Cable (available in 50 foot and 100 foot lengths) to extend the cable beyond 30 feet. We do recommend using our Aqua Blue direct burial connectors to terminate the splice. CL
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on April 30, 2012

from delaware asked:
April 28, 2012
Is it also compatible with kindle fire and blackberry phones?
1 Answer
Paul, This would come with the cable to plug right into the headphone/audio output of your phone. It also comes with an RCA cable to hookup to your receiver or TV. CL
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on April 30, 2012

from west palm beach asked:
April 28, 2012
how much length does the powers supply cord have? how much length between speakers? my power supply is on porch but i want to put the speakers on the other end of the pool
1 Answer
Corey, The ac power cord to the main speaker would be about 8 feet long. There is a 30 foot power cable that connects the satellite speaker to the main speaker. Both speakers feature a wireless transmitter and internal power amplifier. CL
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on April 30, 2012

Jon E
from Evansville, IN asked:
March 27, 2012
I have 1 main speaker and 3 pairing speakers. (bought 2nd hand). Can I run the other 2 speakers I series from the first pairing speaker?
1 Answer
Hi Jon: The key to your situation is you need two main speakers that have a power input and power output to the satellite speaker. The main Speaker has a power input that is either connected to the power supply (AC) that is plugged in to an outlet or an internal Battery pack (6 AA, not included). If you bought a second set (1 main and 1 satellite) you can connect to a single Transmitter to power two pairs of the WR-150 wirelss Rocks. Both pairs still need to connect power to the main Rock Speakers and then hard wired with the power wire to the matched Satellite Rock Speaker. Otherwise you can only use one satellite with the Single main. TL
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on March 29, 2012

Product Reviews

40 Reviews
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100% Recommend this product (40 of 40 responses)
By Bryant
Shawnee, Oklahoma
June 6, 2014
WR800 wireless speakers
Easy to hook up. Works great when the ac/dc adaptor in working.
ProsThe company has replaced the ac/dc adaptor each time for free.
ConsHaving to replace the ac/dc adaptor again.
Best UsesAround the pool
By FrankyD
Denver, Pa.
December 18, 2013
semi wireless rock speakers
Great Design, RF remote is awesome, speakers need to be up more then 1/2 way to here some bass, right now they are in my den until spring, then I'll reevaluate them.
ProsAbility to hook up Sirius Radio without a stereo as speakers have there own built in amp, RF Remote
Conssemi wireless, lack of bass response
Best Usesaround pool, patio.
By John
The Woodlands TX
November 19, 2013
Awesome speakers
These speakers are fantastic! Better than I expected. Set up was a cinch...I didn't even have to use the directions since I had watched the online video weeks before purchasing. The sound is clear, and the max volume far more than my neighbors could ever tolerate ;) Not sure why I waited so long to purchase these.
ProsEasy to set up, great sound.
ConsOne of the speaks has to be near a power outlet, but this is easily solved with an outdoor extension cord.
By Steve Graniero
Murrieta CA
September 3, 2013
Great sound and easily paired with existing wpa650’s !!
The nice thing is that these easily paired with our previously installed wpa650’s wall mounted speakers. Using only one speaker transmitter inside the house with the 3.5mm sound source connector into any of our iPhone/iPad/iPod’s - both the wpa650’s and the wr800’s play with ample sound volume for our 4000 square foot pool/spa/backyard. Only one remote control is used to adjust/control both speaker pairs simultaneously and with more than 30 guests, full volume is not utilized even at the height of the festivities. Design improvement recommendation – integrate the separate ac/dc power converter for the master (amplifier) speaker into the speaker enclosure and provide only an external weather tight a/c power connection.
Proseasily pairs with other sets easily sync's with transmitter easy wire connections for both power and music
Conshas a separate/external ac/dc power converter for the master (amplifier) speaker
Best Useseasily pairs with wpa650’s
By john
miami, florida
August 27, 2013
great speakers
didnt have high expectations but the speakers are great in the garden. Have a very nice stereo sound too.
By Jim
Annapolis, MD
August 6, 2013
A little pricey but worth it.
The WR800 speakers were just as listed. Unboxed and wired up in 10 minuets. Connected my XM radio directly to the receiver and had music immediately. Moved speakers out to our pool deck which is approximately 50' from the transmitter which is in our house and sounds great, no fading or static. Good Deal.
ProsEasy install.
ConsThe sandstone color is a little off. Might have to repaint a little.
Best UsesBy the pool with plenty of sound.
By Jim
Annapolis, MD
August 6, 2013
A little pricey but worth it.
The WR800 speakers were just as listed. Unboxed and wired up in 10 minuets. Connected my XM radio directly to the receiver and had music immediately. Moved speakers out to our pool deck which is approximately 50' from the transmitter which is in our house and sounds great, no fading or static. Good Deal.
ProsEasy install.
ConsThe sandstone color is a little off. Might have to repaint a little.
Best UsesBy the pool with plenty of sound.
By Mike
July 26, 2013
Speakers are solid but transmitter is just OK
Overall I am very happy with the system. Setup was easy, the sound is good and everything works as advertised. My only complaint is that the transmitter is kind of weak. You need a clear line of site for it to work properly. I put mine on the second floor and it works good now but it is a little bit of a pain having to always run up stairs to change stations.
Proseasy setup and good sound
Consweak transmitter
Best UsesGreat for out by the pool and parties
By Jim
Annapolis, MD
July 19, 2013
Pretty good speakers for wireless
Opened box and pulled speakers out. Set up in 10 minuets by my pool and worked great instantly. The transmitter is in my house while the speakers are outdoors, no interference or problems from the start.
ProsEasy setup, good sound (not great- but good)
ConsThe brown sand color seems a little hokie. I will probably repaint them closer to our stones color.
By Will
July 11, 2013
Very pleased!
After two weeks all is great. Easy to hook up. I have the transmitter in a window in my house. Speakers are 90 feet away on the other side of my pool. Once I found the right channel the sound is crystal clear. Remote to control the volume Is huge!
By Bob
Bozeman, Montana
July 2, 2013
Good, not great
The WR800 came within a few days of ordering and it was very easy to set up. The sound quality is good for the size of these outdoor speakers. The transmitter and remote control look and feel too cheap for the price of the system. The remote needs to indicate clearly when the system is on versus off. It also should have the ability to switch between channels to clear interference. Because you change channels on the transmitter and the transmitter can be out of earshot of the speakers, it is a real pain to cycle through channels to determine if the channel is clear. The power cord coming out of the speaker needs to be redesigned so it can be unplugged more easily.
By Matt
June 21, 2013
Very nice outdoor speaker
The outdoor speakers are working great. We are able to keep the transmitter by the house and paired two sets of the speakers to it. The sound covers our pool and patio area with no problem. We were ale to changed the transmitter channels and have no interference.
Southern California
June 12, 2013
Best Purchse in a Long Time!
I went ahead and pulled the trigger and ordered this set of speakers as I needed something to help defuse the traffic noise of the street that is behind my home. I was worried that the $300 would be too much to pay for this but in the end it was one of the best investments I have every made for entertainment. I ordered online then found out the next day the warehouse is only about 6 miles from my home so I called and changed it to a Will Call order. The company is very large with a very large warehouse and has lots of inventory, so that made me feel better about "after the sale customer service". I got the speakers home, set them up in about 15 minutes and our yard has changed forever. The sound is awesome. I have the speakers set on each side of the platform behind my swimming pool and the clear, sharp richness of the sound fills the back yard. It has canceled out about 70% of the road noise that has become louder each of the 27 years we have lived here. Everyone has said that they have never heard anything like them. Bought them to drown out street noise but also got huge entertainment value.
ProsSound Quality, Quality manufacturing. Best thing I have every seen from China.
ConsThe grey color was a bit off so I got a can of flat black and made them look like the rocks I already have,
Best UsesYard
By Dennis
Chalfont PA
June 6, 2013
Best sound
These are not like the rock speakers that you are use to hearing they are incredibly loud easy to hook up i have them out by the pool.
ProsLoud and easy hook up
ConsThe only thing i wish it had on the remote is a skip button so you can skip a song using the remote because the sensor need to be out of the weather and pluged in and hooked to your I phone.
Best UsesAnywere out side.
By Gary
Mission Viejo, CA
June 5, 2013
Pleasantly Surprised
I was hoping that these speakers would work well enough that I wouldn't have to run speaker wire from the stereo in my home. I was pleasantly surprised however with the ease of setting the speakers up and how well they work, as well as the remote, wirelessly. I'm using an ipad with Pandora and online radio station apps and the sound and clarity are amazing! Very pleased with the purchase.
ProsEase of installation Quality of sound
ConsNOne come to mind
By Joe
Boston area
June 4, 2013
Awesome Speakers
I received the speakers in a timely manner, upon opening the box all items were included except for documentation and installation instructions. These speakers were easy to install even without instructions. The sound is rich and full. The power is more than enough for any outdoor party. Remote power and volume control is a nice feature as well. When I crank these speakers, the sound is still very clear. Overall very satisfied with the product, except that the speakers have their own amplifier which has to be turned off separately, Remote doesn't control amplifier power on/off. Often, I forget to turn the amplifier off. Without the instrucution manual, I'm not sure if it's Ok or am I prematurely wearing out the amplifier by having the amplifier powered up most of the time.
By Gordon
Buffalo, NY
May 7, 2013
I love these speakers!
The speakers are clear, crisp and voluminous. The only thing I don't like is the transmitter. It's a bit cheap and when you turn the speakers off using the remote, there is no visual indication that the speakers are off (i.e., the light on the transmitter doesn't go stays on). Other than that, very pleased so far (only have had them for a week so time will tell). Out of the box, the were everything I expected them to be.
ProsSound quality
By Tim F
April 30, 2013
Great sound and easy setup.
Put these on each end of our pool area. These are loud enough for all music lovers.
By Victoria
Northern California
April 12, 2013
Very nice quality outdoor speaker
The speakers were ordered one day and came the next! WOW! These were purchased to have good quality sound around our pool and outdoor area. Upon opening them, I was pleasantly surprised how heavy they were, which is a huge bonus as we get heavy winds living on a canyon in Northern Ca. They were packaged very well and came in perfect condition. I am usually intimidated by electronics and thought I might need assistance installing, but, the installation was simple and we had good music in less than 1/2 hour. It is still winter here, so the real test will come with warmer weather around the pool.
ProsWeight was substantial, sound quality is excellent, even better with volume
ConsNothing to dislike.
Best Usespoolside and outdoor
By Music by the pool!
Roanoke Rapids, NC
August 4, 2012
Pricey, but worth it!
Set these up just off the pool deck, in the shrubs--guests work to figure out the music source and are surprised to know it is the "rocks." I've had these speakers for a month now, and I absolutely love them. These rock speakers are bigger than most I've seen before. I do think they are a little bit pricey at 300 dollars, compared to other similar products. Also, the two speakers are connected to each other by wire, so you'll have to dig a trench or camouflage somehow. And of course, they require a power source--this just to warn that wireless really means from the audio source only. Those caveats notwithstanding, I LOVE these speakers and would buy again in a minute. Had a party for my great niece today, and several people commented on how good the musice was.
ProsGreat sound, Great volume, Easy To Set Up
Best UsesUpgrade
By MarkO
Frankfort, IL.
July 26, 2012
Great Speaker System
These are great sounding speakers. We use them out by the pool and the volume is more than expected. I have recommended these to our friends, who have already bought a set and they love them too!!
ProsEasy To Set Up
By tamdan
June 7, 2012
good sound, looks good
Put the speakers in my backyard, the main one is across from the screened patio. I put the transmitter and my mp3 player on the patio and have music across the back yard. I am very happy and ready to have a garden party.
ProsGreat value for the money, Easy To Use, Good Sound, Easy To Set Up
Best UsesEntertaining or bbq
By Heidi
Plymouth, mn
June 6, 2012
Very prompt and helpful!
Use the speakers on my patio.
ProsEasy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Quality Construction
ConsPower supply failed
Best UsesReplacement
By Juan
Cedar Hill, Texas
June 4, 2012
Great outdoor sound.
These are used around our pool and blended in with natural rock look of the pool. Work great as one pair or multiple pairs.
ProsEasy To Set Up
ConsNo way to store ex cable
By Lash LaRue
Plano, TX
May 21, 2012
Great Outdoor Speakers!!!
Great speakers, high quality. Look great, nice size and weight. Heavy duty speaker wires. Easy to son came home from college and we put them around the pool and they really complete the back yard....sound quality is second to none. Was afraid of tinny sound, not with these!! Great base, and midrange. Would get more and highly recommend to anyone and everyone!!! Remote control is a great feature, and the whole thing is water proof.
ProsQuality Construction, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use
ConsNone - easy useinstall
Best UsesUpgrade, Replacement