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    Monoprice Commercial Audio 2-Way Omni-Directional Garden Speaker (NO LOGO)
    Product # 13193
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    Model 13193
    Main Driver 5.25" polypropylene cone
    Tweeter Driver 1.2" titanium dome
    Maximum Input Power (RMS) 60 watts
    Maximum Input Power (Peak) 120 watts
    Frequency Response 60Hz ~ 20kHz
    Sensitivity 90dB (1W@1m)
    Nominal Impedance 8 ohms
    100V Transformer Taps 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32 watts
    70V Transformer Taps 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, and 32 watts
    Speaker Wire Lead Gauge 18AWG
    Ingress Protection Rating IP56
    Enclosure Material LLDPE
    Dimensions ø14.4" x 16.1" (ø365 x 409 mm)
    Weight 9.9 lbs. (4.5kg)

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    Is partial burial recommended for improved bass response?

    Also, separate question--do I need to toggle the dip switch for 70/100v or is that done automatically based on the amplifier?
    Mahabeer S on May 11, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: I have the bottom portion of mine in the ground which probably helps a little with bass, but this is really just how it is designed to be used. I don't listen to much bass heavy music, but I ended up doing 7 of these around the perimeter of my backyard which creates a very full sound.

    You can see the dial on the right side of the second picture for switching from 8ohm to 2,4,8,16,32w. It is really simple to set up and also to adjust the sound while installed.
    Is this a single speaker or a pair? I currently have garden speakers that are configured with a left and right stereo connection. So, how should these be installed?
    Russ A on Jul 2, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: This is for a single speaker. You can hook them up in stereo pairs.
    Can I put these in my back flowerbed ~3ft from a cinderblock wall or is this a bad practice for an omni-directional speaker?
    Ryan S on Jun 23, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: It shouldn't be a problem. We have been replacing Bose Omnidirectional in a Shopping Mall with these. Some are near block retaining walls. The sound just bounces off the wall.. We are using 70 Volt option. The client likes them as much as Bose. They don't have as deep of a bass as the Bose but are about 15% of the price. Also, these have a wattage selection switch where Bose has Wires underground to match up. The first batch has been in over a year and so far no problems.
    Does this speaker have wires already attached or does it just have terminals for wire attachment? If it has terminals what size wire can they accept and is the terminal a waterproof design?
    A. F on Dec 11, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hello, thank you for your question. This unit requires the use of speaker wire which is purchased separately. Installation instructions and further information can be found in the manual here: http://downloads.monoprice.com/files/manuals/13193_Manual_150422.pdf
    How many can be installed together?
    A shopper on Jul 8, 2018
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    2-Way Omni-Directional Garden Speaker
    This is an unbelievable product for the money, flat eq sounds great but once you eq it, the speaker really puts out good sound, 8 ohms has some kick to it, 70v operation seems to work really well. I personally own it and a TOA-bg-1120 120 watt amp. i will buy another speaker soon. it has smooth frequency response from the deepest lows it can put out to the highest highs.

    CONS: leads could be better quality
    October 12, 2016
    No brainer
    Bought 6 of these along with the 240W 5ch 100/70V Mixer Amp (#18805) for the backyard. Loving it so far. Biggest selling point is that the 100/70v tap is built in (~$25 extra + more wiring on other speakers). So much easier daisy-chaining these together than running L/R wires all over the place. Bass is a little light, but I'm playing reggae and Jack Johnson so we're good.
    July 31, 2017
    1 year ago
    Commercial 2-Way Garden Speaker
    We operate a small historic village situated on 54 acres offering private events, B&B, reenactments and other public events. We are interested in expanding our outdoor music reach to include a Native American village and other areas. We presently utilize 4 Bose freespace 51 in addition to structure mounted Polk speakers. Our new plans include the purchase of 8 additional burial type speakers for field installation and due to our limited resources, we decided to try 4 Monoprice speakers. For the purpose of our testing (music quality is very important for us) we removed (and cleaned) all 4 Bose speakers and added the 4 Monophase speakers to an outdoor and indoor testing area. Our amp system allowed us to play individual or all 4/8 speakers at once or togeter. The most telling results came from the 4 Bose and 4 Mono speakers operating as a group. We have played primarely early American music, Native American songs and himns, classical music and even some contemporary selections. Unfortunatley for our budget, the Bose speakers excelled in nearly every area at different voulume. The main differences were the much more pronounced bass and the greater "luminosity", brightness and live presence of the Bose speakers, while the Mono speakers sounded much more muffled and less responsive both in the base and high tunes. You can really hear and feel the presence of the two separate speakers in the Bose units, while one tester commeneted the Mono sounded like it was powered by only one full-range speaker instead of a true two way. We used the speakers in a conventional amp setting 8 Ohm and not the 70Volt setting (not available on the Bose speakers) . Based on our tests, we will have to tighten our belt and invest in more 51's for our primary areas and will have to confine the Mono's to periferial areas. Further, we will need to add an in-ground burial type (Niles) sub to supplement them. Too bad, we really had high hopes for these speakers!
    January 28, 2018
    9 months ago
    great speakers
    great sound, easy install, and perfect for my backyard
    January 6, 2017
    1 year ago
    Great outdoor speakers for the price. Is this 50 characters?
    July 1, 2018
    2 months ago