file Invisia 650 for outdoor use?

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rwesley1727 Posted 1 month 1 week ago
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I would like to use Invisia 650's for my in-ceiling outdoor patio ceiling.
I am concerned about North Texas humidity. Does anyone know if I may run the risk of ruining these speakers?

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Hi rwesley1727, The Invisa 650s were not designed to be used in a high humidity, outdoor environment. Not to say that customers haven't used these speakers in this type of environment before, however, I wouldn't recommend the Invisa 650s be used in this application. The high humidity environment could cause the crossover components and hardware to wear prematurely.
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rwesley1727 Posted 1 month 1 week ago
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Thank you. Much appreciated.
As a fan of the Triton Two+ and Invisa’s inside my home, I love the sound. It would be great to see weatherized versions of the Invisia line for outdoor applications.

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