I'm in, hopefully, the end stage of putting a pool into my backyard. Excavation began at the end of June and it's been a bit of a rocky road. Hurricane Harvey didn't help matters any, but we have a shell, coping/tile, and a poured concrete deck. I've been jonesing a bit lately (sitting around before/during/after a hurricane with nothing to do will do that to you) to put an outdoor audio system in to increase our enjoyment of the area and would like to leverage equipment I already own with perhaps some all weather speakers that won't break the bank and will, of course, sound reasonably good and accurate for music only. I already have a chromecast audio device, and that will be providing source music to the receiver. About half of the area I want the speakers to cover is enclosed on three sides and under a roof; the pool area is adjacent to it and is not covered (though there are two crepe myrtle trees that provide some shade to the rear of the pool. The entire area I want sound coverage for is about 40' x 40'. I have plenty of full size and bookshelf speakers to choose from for the covered part of the area (my porch), but nothing for the outside area. I'm kind of thinking I would like to mount at least two speakers in the myrtle trees behind the pool for reinforcement. To end a (perhaps) unnecessarily long preamble), I'm looking for all weather/weatherproof speakers I can use to cover the pool area. I'm not looking to spend vast sums - I just want good sounding speakers that can handle rock and country music at occasionally loud volumes. There are a lot more weatherproof speaker options out there than I had imagined, but precious little trustworthy information in the form of actual reviews by people that actually seem to know anything about audio. Can anyone help with some recommendations that include the rationale for the recommendation?