If you’re thinking of building out an audio environment in your backyard this summer, Atlantic Technology is expanding its line of residential and custom install products in 2020 with the inclusion of a line of wireless all-weather indoor/outdoor speakers. According to the Massachusetts-based company, the 100 series models are shipping now with the 300 series following in August and the 200 series in September. Prices across the line range from $299 to $570 per pair.

The nine new two-way models come in three different series, and are sold in pairs with options of three woofer sizes and two colors. The three series comprise a ‘Constant Current Series’ of 4-ohm speakers with standard amplification, a ‘Constant Voltage Series’ with variable 4-ohm and impedance/wattage settings, and a ‘Wireless Series’ of active AC powered speakers with SKAA technology where cable runs might be problematic. The latter includes extensive remote control options.

 

All speakers are available in black or white, and include sealed UV, impact resistant cabinets made with reinforced acoustically-inert polypropylene, making the sound more neutral and less “ringy” (typical of outdoor speakers) for delivery of “an amazingly musical sound.” Woofers feature stiff lightweight mineral homopolymer loaded fiberglass cones to deliver “articulate” deep bass and a clear mid-range creating a directed sound field with the tweeter.

For more information on specific models go to Atlantic Technology.

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I use Paradigms 'outdoor' Stylus 270 speakers for ceiling-mounted Atmos channels. Asking Paradigm what speakers would be a good match for my existing Paradigm Studio Version 5 array only gets you a suggestion of their latest in-ceiling speakers, cause apparently theyve been making speakers for years but cant recommend anything beyond their latest offerings, go figure.

Anyway, assuming theyll do 80Hz these might be a good option for existing AT owners wanting an easy solution for ceiling mounted Atmos channels. Theyre small, light and even come with the brackets to make install easy....
 
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