Ion Rocks The Backyard With New Bluetooth Outdoor Rock Speaker

Bluetooth Rock Speaker, Ion Audio, garden and patio speaker

ION Audio, a leader in lifestyle consumer electronics, unveiled its new Rock Speaker Bluetooth at the Outdoor Retailer trade show taking place January 21-24 in Salt Lake City, UT. ION’s Rock SpeakerBluetooth®is a new weather-resistant and wireless Bluetooth garden and patio speaker that matches your home’s landscape aesthetic.

When it comes to outdoor living, your electronics should blend into your surroundings allowing you to enjoy the natural décor of your yard. Rock Speaker Bluetooth is a durable, IPX4 water and weather-resistant speaker system that resembles natural, realistic rock for inconspicuous placement in gardens, backyards and patios. Blending rich sound and discreet hidden technology, Rock Speaker Bluetooth lets you stream music wirelessly from any Bluetooth device.

Lightweight and easy to move around the yard, a single Rock Speaker Bluetooth pumps out powerful sound on its own. For a larger backyard listening space, you can add a second Rock Speaker Bluetooth and wirelessly link the two together for a true stereo experience, with one speaker playing the Left channel, the other playing the Right. Each Rock Speaker Bluetooth has a long-excursion 6.5” full-range driver and an amplifier capable of 20 watts peak output. It features a long-lasting rechargeable battery that operates up to 48 hours per charge for all-day parties and backyard entertaining.

Rock Speaker Bluetooth is $129.99 MSRP and is available now at The Source, Brookstone, Meijer, and Rock Speaker Bluetooth will be showcased in the ION Audio booth #39144 at Outdoor Retailer. For more information on ION, please visit

One Comment Add yours

  1. tara pittman says:

    I need one of these in my yard. It would blend in well with my rocks.


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