May 08, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
Summer’s coming up quickly, spring is now in full bloom, and like Red said in The Shawshank Redemption, May sure is a fine month to be working outdoors. So wouldn’t you like to be listening to all of your favorite tunes while you’re gardening, lounging or just catching some rays?
Monitor Audio’s Climate 10 outdoor loudspeaker will have you cranking up the music in no time. Just don’t bother the neighbors with it.
That’s entirely possible with these full-range speakers. The Climate 10 features a C-CAM gold dome tweeter and MMP Mk2 bass/mid-range driver, plus an additional sealed Auxiliary Bass Radiator for that low-end punch.
The enclosure is specially treated to resist moisture and the effects of all those UV rays, and you don’t have to worry about any rust build-up, Monitor says, because the aluminum grille and bracket are designed to prevent it.
You can mount and angle the Climate 10 just about any way you want with its versatile bracket assembly, and once it’s up, it can be rotated through a wide angle to cover a good amount of space. You can even paint the casing to have the speaker blend in better.
Monitor Audio’s Climate 10 speakers go for $300 per pair.
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