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Published: Sunday, March 2, 2014, 12:01 a.m.

Outdoor speakers hidden in planters are heard but not seen

  • Niles Audio makes outdoor audio speakers that are hidden in planters.

    MCT

    Niles Audio makes outdoor audio speakers that are hidden in planters.

  • Niles Audio makes outdoor audio speakers that are hidden in planters.

    MCT

    Niles Audio makes outdoor audio speakers that are hidden in planters.

Is that music coming from the plant? Possibly.
Niles Audio makes outdoor audio speakers hidden in planters. They’re available in planter box and pot styles that can accommodate live plants, in a weathered concrete or terra cotta look. The speakers can be installed on a deck or a stone or concrete patio. They’re weatherproof, but they shouldn’t be placed near the path of an automatic sprinkler.
The speakers’ suggested retail price is $459.95. The distributor in Washington state is Market Share in Bellevue: 2000 124th Ave. NE, Suite B-100, Bellevue. Call 425-454-1206 or email orderentry@mswired.com.
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