All-around sound for outdoor spaces
Bring the subtle nuances of your favorite music to life in outdoor environments where wall mounting is not an option. Bose® Free Space® speakers are our best performing outdoor speakers for placement in the garden, on the deck or on the patio. Connect them to your existing stereo receiver and enjoy natural sound throughout a broad listening area.
- 360-degree sound coverage for our widest outdoor speaker coverage
- In- or on-ground installation for landscape speaker or patio speaker placement
- Engineered to withstand snow, sun, rain, ice and saltwater spray
Free Space outdoor stereo speakers offer broad, even coverage from a design that enables 360-degree sound dispersion. A centrally located port enhances low-frequency performance to help preserve the depth and richness of music outdoors. And a domed grille resting over that port reflects high-frequency tones across the listening area.
These speakers can be installed in the ground or on hard surfaces. Designed to blend in with backyard greenery, you may hardly notice them when placed within your landscaping. And for use on a patio or deck, the grooves on the underside of the base allow you to neatly tuck in wires for a simple and professional-looking installation.
Rugged construction for year-round use
With all of their features, including a downward-firing, 4½", full-range driver, these weather resistant speakers offer the durability you need outdoors with sound you'd expect indoors. Leave them outside all year long—these weather resistant speakers are engineered and tested to withstand snow, rain, salt and temperature extremes of 140° F to -22° F. They are also protected by a five-year limited warranty.
- Bose environmental testing simulates exposure to sunlight, rain, heat, ice, salt and water—proof of the extreme conditions these outdoor speakers can endure and still deliver reliable, long-lasting performance.
- Radial design of these unique outdoor speakers enables 360-degree sound dispersion for exceptionally broad outdoor coverage.
- Downward-firing, full-range driver (4.5") and centrally located port deliver the depth and richness of your favorite music. The weather-resistant driver makes it possible to enjoy year-round sound from a rugged landscape speaker specially designed for outdoors.
- Domed port grille works in concert with the centered port to reflect high-frequency tones into the listening area. Enjoy clear, consistent performance for your favorite music outdoors.
- Specially designed enclosure optimizes the speakers' overall acoustic performance for even, full-range coverage over a large listening area.
- Polymer fiber composite driver cone ensures high quality sound reproduction that is resistant to the type of deterioration often caused by extreme conditions.
- Centrally located port enhances low-frequency performance to deliver the depth and richness of music outdoors.
- Sturdy weather-resistant construction allows the speakers to deliver consistent, reliable performance that withstands the rigors of year-round outdoor placement and up to 350 pounds of pressure. Five-year guarantee.
- Green speaker cabinet designed to blend in with backyard greenery.
- Base flange with mounting holes provides easy, solid and secure installation on hard surfaces or in the ground.
- Three wire grooves on speaker bottom prevent the speaker from rocking on the speaker wire, allowing a professional-looking installation on decks, patios and other flat surfaces.
Full-range environmental loudspeaker designed to blend with landscaping for in-ground or above-ground applications, such as shopping malls, outdoor restaurants, resorts and theme parks. Features 360° horizontal coverage and frequency range down to 60 Hz.
- Shopping centers
- Restaurants and bars
- Resorts and hospitality venues
- Theme parks
- Atriums and malls
The solid/dashed lines on wires like the ones pictured in your question are used to indicate polarity e.g. for the "wall wart" power supplies. Usually* the wire with the white stripe or the dashed lines carries the "positive" (+) end, while the other, unmarked wire carries the "negative" (-) end.
This is the most common US connection (bypassing the transformer):
- Bose White (XFRM) connects to Receiver White line/dash (positive).
- Bose Black (COM) connects to Receiver White (negative).
- Cap all remaining wires.
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