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So you are sitting in the garden in nice warm sunshine and you think wouldn't it be nice to have some music but no hassle of bringing out your.............

Or if you have a BBQ and you want some background music..........

Well, I may have the answer

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Outdoor speakers, I have recently upgraded my outdoor sound system and I no longer need these, and wondered would any of you like them? They go for anything from £40 to £150 (But that was inc high postage)

I really would like like them to go to a good home, I am not expecting £40 for them.

The idea is you bury most of the speaker in the ground and run the cable to your amp / sound system. Once done you really do leave them outside all year. (I have that's why these are looking past their best)

I am open to offers, but also add postage to that, I am guessing it will be around £15 first class royal mail.

any questions please ask here or PM me.


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