Niles OS

Outdoor Speakers


Niles OS Indoor/Outdoor Loudspeakers are designed to deliver great sound indoors and out. Every model in the line is equipped to handle the most extreme conditions— from blazing sun in Miami to blizzards in Minneapolis.

In fact, these rugged loudspeakers even surpass military anti-corrosion standards (MIL-STD-883D). But great build quality is nothing without great sound. And that’s why the OS series is the best-selling loudspeaker line in its class.

By integrating the woofer basket into the baffle of the cabinet (a design we pioneered in our award-winning DS Directed Soundfield™ loudspeakers) we are able to increase the woofer cone area to cabinet width area ratio.

This enables Niles OS Indoor/Outdoor Loudspeakers to provide levels of bass performance that substantially exceed their physical size.

The architecturally friendly design and integrated mounting bracket enable OS Indoor/Outdoor Loudspeakers to tuck discretely away in corners and under eaves. And even when used outdoors, every single model is backed by our Lifetime Limited Warranty.

You can install the OS Series confidently knowing that they will perform brilliantly—for a lifetime. 

Prices starting from $529.00.


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