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Earthquake Sound GRANITE-52 5.25" 200W Coaxial Outdoor Rock Speakers (pair)

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Earthquake Sound GRANITE-52 5.25" Coaxial Outdoor Rock Speakers (pair)

The Granite-52 ROCK-on outdoor speakers by Earthquake Sound is a pair of rock speakers with 5.25-inch woofers and 0.5-inch tweeters. The Granite-52 ROCK-on speakers are specifically designed to imitate a rock-like appearance while producing a crisp, clean, and accurate sound. Made with UV-treated, weather-resistant enclosure materials and durable epoxy resin construction, these ROCK-on outdoor speakers are the ideal choice for listening to music in the garden, by the pool, in the yard, or on the patio.


  • Peak Power: 200 Watts
  • The UV-treated and weather-resistant enclosure materials make these speakers perfect for outdoor applications
  • The Granite-52 features epoxy resin construction for durability
  • It features a rock-like appearance and finish to easily blend in with any outdoor environment
  • The completely sealed speaker with Santoprene surrounds, poly cones, and poly dust caps ensure these great-sounding speakers will last in an outdoor environment
  • This pair of outdoor speakers includes a 5.25-inch woofer and a 0.5-inch tweeter
  • Paintable to match any outdoor environment

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