monitor audio climate outdoor loudspeakers
Monitor Audio's Climate range of weatherproof, outdoor loudspeakers provide the ideal solution to blend with virtually any type or size of garden, allowing you to enjoy the same quality outdoors as you do indoors.
monitor audio climate cl50 speaker
The CL60 uses a 1" C-CAM tweeter and a 5" C-CAM mid/bass driver, in a sealed, compact, hard wearing enclosure. An 'auxilliary bass driver' helps to extend bass response.
The weatherproof cabinet can also be painted to seamlessly blend in to any type of garden.
£250 per pair
monitor audio climate cl60 speaker
The larger CL60 also has the same 1" C-CAM tweeter as the CL50, but instead uses a larger 6.5" C-CAM mid/bass driver for more authoritative output.
As with the CL50, the cabinet can be painted to suit your garden.
£350 per pair
monitor audio climate cl60 t2 speaker
Essentially the same as the CL60, the T2 version adds dual 1" C-CAM tweeters to cater for stereo sound reproduction from a single box.
monitor audio climate cl80 speaker
The top of the range CL80 has the same 1" C-CAM tweeter as the rest of the range, but uses a larger 8" mid/bass driver for increased output and frequency response, as well as better efficiency.
£450 per pair
monitor audio climate clg140 speaker
The Climate Garden CL140 speaker uses a 1" C-CAM tweeter and a 4" C-CAM mid/bass driver - effectively an outdoor Radius 90 - gives excellent sound quality and is an easy load for any amplifier.
The horn shaped cabinet, which gives excellent directivity, can be painted any colour, to suit your garden and blend in seamlessly.
monitor audio climate clg160 speaker
As with the CLF140 above, the CLG160 has a 1" C-CAM tweeter, but uses a larger 6" MMPII mid/bass driver
As a result, the 160 is slightly more efficient, has a higher output capability, and a wider frequency range.
monitor audio climate clg w12 subwoofer
The passive CLG W12 outdoor subwoofer uses a 12" C-CAM long throw bass driver to powerfully reproduce the lower frequency range to compliment the CLG140 and/or the CLG160 speakers.
When installed, the majority of the W12 is submerged underground, so very little can be seen, other than its 'mushroom', from which low frequencies are distributed through 360 degrees.