The long-awaited in-ground subwoofer line from Sonance is now shipping. Both the LS10SUB (10″) and the LS12SUB (12″) started shipping this month and are compatible with 70-volt systems (outputting 100 and 200 watts, respectively). Both are part of the Landscape Series from Sonance.
The concept behind the Sonance Landscape Series uses strategically placed “satellite” speakers that are hidden within garden beds or in amongst the foliage of trees. A subwoofer enclosure is then buried under ground or within shrubs, with just an earth-colored hood dispersing sound perfectly. It’s all about blending discreetly into the surroundings. The Sonance Landscape Series satellites are constructed of a high quality PVC composite molded with UV-stable color for durability, and a powder coated steel mesh to protect vital speaker parts. The LS10SUB features a textured coating around the subwoofer enclosure and a “Hammertone” powder coated finish on the canopy for strength and camouflage.
The Sonance Landscape Series was designed to operate under the most extreme weather conditions, from -20° to 190° Fahrenheit (-29° to 88° Celsius). Durable and lightweight materials, triple sealed enclosures and waterproof connectors, combined with marine grade components allow Sonance Landscape Series speakers to stand up to the harshest surf, sun, sand, snow and salt, according to the company.
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