Niles GeoRealistic Pro Series of Outdoor Speakers Focus on Looks and Durability
Niles Audio designed its GeoRealistic Pro Series of outdoor loudspeakers to withstand a variety of weather conditions. They are engineered to deliver an audiophile music and audio experience.
Nothing ushers in a season full of baseball, hot dogs and other outdoor fun activities than music and warm sunshine. Helping to set the soundtrack portion to summer is the audio manufacturer Niles Audio.
The company’s GeoRealistic Pro Series of outdoor loudspeakers are one of two series of outdoor loudspeaker products. Niles developed the speakers to provide homeowners with a combination of good looks and good sound.
“We’re thrilled to be bringing these amazing lines of outdoor speakers to the market,” states Niles in a press release. “These speakers were designed with residential installations in mind and offer superior audio fidelity while withstanding even the most extreme weather conditions. Our speakers can be easily installed to blend into any residential environment without fear of tampering with the [landscape’s] aesthetic design.”
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The Petaluma, Calif.-based company explains it engineered the speakers to deliver an audiophile listening experience regardless of whether the speakers are blasting Van Halen, country hits, or the latest Jay Z record.
The speakers are also designed to last through years of harsh weather. Supporting the their long-term viability, Niles utilizes its NoFade protective finish and four-layer fiberglass weave to ensure the products seal the products internal components away from the bad effects of moisture, dust and dirt.
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