Rockustics



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Rockustics started the whole trend of outdoor speakers that actually look like rocks. Over the years, outdoor speakers have gotten better and better. They also look more and more like actual rocks.  The company makes 32 different models, and boasts clients such as many popular theme parks and even The White House.

Popular Rockustics products include the Rockolyth, the Tunestone, and the BP Jr. SUB.

Compare Rockustics to companies like Stereostone and TIC Corporation.

Rockustics

4929 Moline St.

Denver, CO 80239

800-875-1765

www.rockusticsinc.com


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