Niles RS

Rock Outdoor Speakers


Rugged good looks and natural sound make Niles’ GeoRealistic™ Rock and Planter Loudspeakers the professionals’ choice for outdoor music applications.

We achieved our leadership role by offering a wide range of models and finishes designed to blend into virtually any outdoor environment. Our popular Rocks are available in granite, speckled granite, coral, sandstone, and shale brown, while our Planters (and yes, you can really use them as planters) come in terracotta and weathered concrete finishes.

We spent a lot of time making them look good. But it’s the way they sound that really makes GeoRealistic™ loudspeakers special. For example, our ConeForward™ design positions the drivers close to the grille to markedly improve midrange intelligibility. Our PS6Si Planter features an innovative movable tweeter assembly that adjusts the sound dispersion from 180º for placement in open areas, to 90º for corners.

And since we build them so well, they come with our Lifetime Limited Warranty. So there you go: the best sound, the best looks, the best warranty…and the best profit potential.

For your outdoor installations, there’s no reason to look anywhere else.

Prices starting from $525.00.

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