Here we will discuss some of the main differences between indoor and outdoor speakers to find out more about why outdoor speakers are different from indoor speakers.
The Power Against Weather
The outdoor speaker for outdoor party is made sturdy with waterproof material and covered with a certain material and rubber that protects it so that the speaker can last all year long without needing to be replaced. Therefore we recommend that you use outdoor speakers with strong construction and high-quality materials so they can withstand anything. Such as weather, dust, sand, and so on. Furthermore, the placement of outdoor speakers may require using cables that are inserted through the wall or under the ground. Make sure your outdoor speakers are sturdy so you don’t have to bother replacing them. So a very striking difference between indoor and outdoor speakers is that outdoor speakers are made to adapt to nature so that the materials used are different so that outdoor speakers can withstand weather conditions and speaker performance can be maximized.
Outdoor speakers can be broadly divided into passive outdoor speakers and active outdoor speakers. If you want good outdoor music audio, use active outdoor speakers along with a special amplifier to drive it. This is because the sound does not go well outside the room with a little bass response, because basically the speakers emit a sound to the open space and have problems with outdoor conditions such as wind and outside noise. All these factors make outdoor speakers require more power to overcome the “sound barrier”. On the other hand, indoor speakers do not face this kind of difficulty and generally have better bass reproduction. So the use of indoor speakers without an amplifier is good unless you place the speakers in a large open room, for example in a large room and you need to add an amplifier.