Wireless Rock-Shaped Outdoor Speaker System

Audio UnlimitedTM 900MHz Wireless Rock Speaker System

Remember that Rock-Shaped Outdoor Speaker from Klipsch? Audio Unlimited has just announced a similar wireless model with a 150 feet range.

Enjoy the great outdoors with your 900 MHz wireless Rock speakers that seamlessly blend into your landscaping allowing you to listen to music just about anywhere in your garden, without the hassle of running unsightly speaker wires or making your yard look like a recording studio!

The powerful transmitter uses 900 MHz technology to send music through walls and floors to the wireless speakers over 150 feet away. These high-quality speakers are weather-resistant – so they can even be used in wet areas.

Audio UnlimitedTM 900MHz Wireless Rock Speaker System


  • Transmitter connects via 3.5mm audio cable to PCs, MP3 players, iPods, stereos and home theatre systems.
  • 900 MHz transmitter sends audio signals without speaker wire.
  • Speaker can be up to 150′ away from the audio source, without line of sight limitations.
  • Speaker can either be battery powered (using included 12V AH rechargeable battery) or, using the included AC adapter.
  • Compact & portable with a stylized design (13”H x 10”W) – 5.25” PP cone w/rubber edge Woofer—2” Mylar cone Tweeter—20 Watt RMS Output—15V DC Transformer.
  • 2 channel selection for you to achieve the best possible performance.
  • Auto shut off control for power saving.
  • Auto tuning function for interference free reception utilizing Phase Loop Lock (PLL) technology automatically tuning in the optimal frequency.
  • 100 Watt output power with 75dB signal to noise ratio.

The Audio UnlimitedTM 900MHz Wireless Rock Speaker System is available from Cables Unlimited with a suggested retail price of $149.99.


  1. This is really classic and nature like wireless speaker, i would definitely love to have this in my garden.

  2. Well, these speakers sound awesome for their size and hey are attractive. I miss them after only 3 seasons! I even stored them in our basement during the winter and for some reason, this season, they are not playing well… Crackling and shutting off. 🙁

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