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Earthquake Sound PCS6.5 120W Hanging Speaker w/ Landscape Stand or Wall Mounted

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Original price $213.70 - Original price $1,513.35
Original price $213.70
$268.00 - $1,972.48
Current price $268.00
Pack: 1 Pack

Earthquake Sound PCS6.5 Landscape Speaker with LSA6.5 stand, Pendant Ceiling or Wall Mounted - 25V/70V/100V/8-Ohm Selectable

Earthquake PCS6.5 Landscape speaker and LSA6.5 Seal Kit kit allows you to bury the bottom plate to integrate with landscaping. Easily convert the hanging PCS6.5 Pendant Speakers into standing and adjustable Landscape Speakers with the help of the LSA6.5 Landscape Accessories converter set.


  • 25V/70V/100V/8-Ohm selectable
  • UV resistance PP cabinet available in matte black, paintable to match any décor
  • All rust proof screws, brackets & grilles
  • 6.5” polypropylene woofer
  • 1” aluminum dome tweeter
  • Mounting options: hanging suspension, wall mount, or landscape LSA6.5 mount (sold separately)
  • Weather resistant rubber seal
  • Fully enclosed UV resistant cap 
  • All rust proof screws
  • Corrosion resistant coated base plate
  • Structurally reinforced plastic stake

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