Your Outdoor Speaker May Be Too Close

Do you ever walk around while listening to music outdoors?  Yeah, we do too, walking from the grill to the beer cooler to the bag toss game.  We think the ideal listening distance for an outdoor speaker is more than 15-feet away from any of the areas people are hanging out.  Here’s why—you put your speaker right next to you and you set the volume accordingly.  You walk 30 feet away and you can’t hear it anymore.  You pull out your phone and turn it up.  Then you walk back and now it’s too loud.  Here’s the solution…set your speaker some distance away from the areas you’ll be and a constant volume setting works everywhere.  For instance, put it in the back corner of your backyard.  Try it.  Because the Turtlebox sound curve was engineered for the outdoors and to travel across distance, you’ll be surprised how evenly the volume setting sounds as you move around.  This is especially good for parties as it's good for conversation, everyone gets to enjoy an atmosphere with big full sound, but without having to shout.


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