Summary: Originally purchased in 1997. They have been under decks, overhangs etc. I currently have them laying in a rock formation next to our deck. They are totally exposed to the weather ...rain, snow (buried ). And still sound fantastic. I crank them in 10 below or 90 degrees. Never an issue. Just me two cents.
Summary: Speakers sound great, they were easy to install. One thing for customers to know even though these are outside speakers they have to be protected from weather by installing them under a roof or over hang or other means of protection.
Summary: Purchased for my sister's renovated kitchen, breakfast room. Blend nicely into the decor, even though they could be painted if desired. Work well with all kinds of music and provides a clear sound throughout the listening area. Heard them first in a physical therapy clinic and felt they work work well for background listening and parties.
Summary: I've had a pair of Outrigger Juniors for 8 years in two different homes in three different settings. Originally purchased for outdoor use they spent 4 summers on a 1200 square foot deck at 8,000 feet above sea level, then as a indoor bookshelf speaker, and finally as a wall-mounted indoor tv / streaming audio micro-system speaker. They've performed well in every setting. Smooth, engaging mids and highs with often surprising bass.
Great sound - flexible application - timeless looks - built to last
19 December 2012
Summary: Ive owned a pair since 2004 (paid $225 new) and am seriously considering a second pair. Mate them with a good 25-40 watt amp, properly place them at ear level and you'll get years of surprising sound. Mine spent 4 years outdoors, then 2 years on a bookshelf, and the last two years wall-mounted indoors next to a wall-mounted plasma tv. Always pleasing sound, in good company with the Paradigm, Cambridge Audio and Boston speakers that are elsewhere in my home.
Summary: I did not buy these from Amazon but since I own a pair I thought I'd give you my review. I have had a pair of these living under my deck for the past nine years. I finally crawled under there to take them down and clean them today. Let's just say I live in a challenging climate. I'm perched on a hilltop in a wooded area of the pacific northwest rain forest. I've been subject to heavy snows, hurricane winds, freezing rain, and constant rains three quarters of the year.