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#429951 - 09/05/18 01:11 PM Outdoor in-ceiling speakers
TXTX Offline
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I understand they are not made for this purpose but would the M3 in-ceiling speakers hold up outdoors. I have an outdoor space that is prewired for ceiling speakers and would be very difficult to reroute. I have had M3 outdoor speakers in the past and loved them but aren't an option here.

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#429952 - 09/05/18 06:13 PM Re: Outdoor in-ceiling speakers [Re: TXTX]
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This is just one guy's guess, but it seems to me that as long as you ran the wiring through the ceiling and had a good seal between the speaker flange and the ceiling you should be OK.

I'm assuming that the existing structure would keep rain/snow/etc.. off the speakers.
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#430022 - 09/12/18 02:36 PM Re: Outdoor in-ceiling speakers [Re: TXTX]
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Hi TXTX,

The in-ceiling speakers are waterproof so no problem having them outside.
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