Klipsch Introduces Wireless Outdoor Speakers That Rock

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Whether you want to groove in the garden or party by the pool, the new wireless Klipsch AudioRock lets you enjoy music just about anywhere. This compact outdoor speaker packs components into a durable, weatherized enclosure that blends in with your landscape.

The AudioRock is the newest addition to the wireless Klipsch LightSpeaker System. With this add-on speaker, you can expand your LightSpeaker System into the outdoors, without purchasing an AV receiver or running any speaker wire underground.

The AudioRock features a built-in wireless receiver that syncs up with the LightSpeaker's 2.4GHz wireless transmitter. You can connect two music sources (i.e. iPod, PC or TV) to the transmitter, as well as establish two separate listening zones. In other words, you can enjoy jazz in the kitchen with the LightSpeaker and hip hop on the patio with the AudioRock.

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Furthermore, you don't need to plug the AudioRock into a power source because it comes with a rechargeable lithium battery pack that, when fully charged, provides up to eight hours of uninterrupted listening. The standalone charging base recharges the battery pack in four hours.

The new spekaers employ dual 0.75-inch polypropylene tweeters and a dual voice coil 5.25-inch woofer. These high and low-frequency drivers sit at a 20-degree upward angle to ensure sound performance when placed at ground level.

Available in a Granite finish with rustproof hardware and grille, the AudioRock retails for $199 each and is available now.

Special Note: You must own a LightSpeaker System, sold separately for $599.99, in order for the AudioRock to work.


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