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8.2* out of 10

Boston Acoustics Voyager 6

2-way, high performance, outdoor loudspeaker 6½“ copolymer D Read more

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Overall 10
10

Boston Accoustic Voyager 6.5

Jean, Amazon
26 October 2011
  • Summary: Performs as expected, does not rust, great sounds! Easy installation and practical swing of speaker on all sides.
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Overall 8
8.0

High Quality Outdoor Speakers

The Virginian, Amazon
28 November 2010
  • Summary: Not much to say about these speakers. They are rugged, they produce all the volume you could want, and they sound great for outdoor speakers. They lack the bass punch of large indoor speakers, but that is to be expected with speakers this size, and I am not really expecting to do critical audio listening outdoors anyway. Indeed, I would say that the low frequency response of these speakers is surprisingly good for speakers this small.
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Overall 10
10

Amazing Sound

Kevin Stiles, Amazon
22 April 2009
  • Summary: I bought these after hearing a smaller Voyager version (voyager 4 I think) at Circuit City. As usual I didn't buy them from CC and continued my research online for better pricing. When I saw the 7's for under $200 (scratch and dent or return?) I jumped on it. I've had the speakers installed under the eave of my back deck for about a year now. Fantastic sound! These are some of the best speakers, indoor or out, that I have ever heard.
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Overall 10
10

Superb Outdoor Speakers

Mr. Mike, Amazon
3 September 2008
  • Summary: I did some research before purchasing these speakers, mostly through reading other's reviews of these and other outdoor speakers on Amazon and other forums. I have to admit a bit of a bias toward BA speakers, as I have several types scattered around my house. I tend to like their presence and even nature, even though the bookshelf and ceiling speakers tend to be a bit light in the bottom end (which is expected anyway).
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