Extreme profits from British weather

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With of the wettest summer on record, Acoustic Energy’s Extreme 5 loudspeaker is capable of producing hi-fidelity audio whatever the weather. UK consumers expected to spend over £550m on garden leisure products this summer, outdoor loudspeakers capture a healthy slice of that market for the traditional electrical retail sector.

The compact Extreme 5 is a fully water resistant (IP54) loudspeaker capable of withstanding dust, dirt, humidity, severe temperature changes and climatic extremes. The two-way sealed enclosure in black or white, and the grilles can be painted to match existing décor. The Extreme uses AE’s signature alloy cone and 25mm dome tweeter in an enclosure designed to get the best audio balance from wall mounting and spacious surroundings.

AE’s high-efficiency, high power handling design philosophy ensures the Extreme 5 offers the biggest sound from the widest range of amplifiers.

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