Create the Ultimate Outdoors Entertainment Experience
Outdoors entertainment provides endless opportunities
Today’s variety of weather-resistant audio and video gear means you can enjoy the same entertainment experience outdoors as you do inside. Whether you’re watching the game on a flat-panel TV by the pool, listening to music on the patio with friends or hosting a neighborhood movie night in your backyard, the latest audio and video systems gives a whole new meaning to the great outdoors.
Play It Safe With Proper Installation
Outdoors entertainment can be an unforgettable experience. It can also be a dangerous one if you don’t have the proper equipment installed by proven professionals. We’ll make sure everything you choose – speakers, flat-panel TVs, remotes, movie screens and more – can withstand all weather conditions in your environment. We’ll also ensure everything is properly installed and optimized for outdoors use, providing you the safest, highest-quality experience.
Sound Advice on Quality and Safety
High-performance audio, driven by a quality amplifier, is one of the most common elements of an outdoors entertainment system. But don’t make the same mistake many people do by thinking that tucking the amplifier under a wet bar or hiding it in an outbuilding means it’s protected from the elements. An amplifier has to withstand everyday weather conditions. One that doesn’t can lead to blown speakers or even electrocution. Investing in a strong, well-built amp, like Sonance’s Sonamp 875D SE, guarantees great sound and safety.
TVs That Give As Good As They Get
A high-definition television is the cornerstone of all great outdoor entertainment centers. It pays to invest in one that’s built specifically to withstand the elements. A cheap TV enclosed in a waterproof case is not designed for outdoor use and could prove unsafe. A good example of a TV that can stand up to the weather and provide and outstanding picture is the Suera Storm. Built from the ground up to take any beating Mother Nature dishes out, the Storm has the largest screen – 55 inches – of any outdoor TV.
If you’ve ever blown a speaker, and most of us have, you know how fragile they can be under the right – or wrong – circumstances. Just the thought of speakers near a body of water or exposed to the elements is especially troubling for most audiophiles. But weatherproofing technology has advanced so far in the last few years that superb sounding waterproof speakers now come in a wide variety of styles and prices.
That said, don’t expect cheaper “weatherproof” speakers to sound very good or last long, especially if they’re constantly exposed to the sun and high temperatures. One of the best places to start is Sonance’s line of Mariner speakers. They are designed to be near water and sound just as good wet as they do dry, year after year.
One of the most important pieces of equipment you can add to your outdoor entertainment system is a quality, universal remote. Who wants to have to get out of the pool to change the station, leave the dinner party to turn up the volume or juggle eight different controls for one simple operation? With such a wide range of weatherproof and even floatable remotes on the market, you’ll never have to.
Quality is always key with audio and video gear. That’s especially true with an outdoor entertainment center. Investing in the highest-quality, safest outdoor entertainment center pays off in ways you’ve never imagined.