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    Using Yamaha speakers outdoor in the winter

    Does anyone have any ideea if using yamaha speakers outdoor in the winter will cause any problems/damage?

    I have 2 x yamaha dsr112 & 1 dxs18 and i have to take them to a sky contest.

    What should i be aware of?

    Thanks,
    Dan

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    I have a set of DBR12's & I havent had any issues. I'll admit, I dont do very much out doors but I have done one here & there. Mainly my out door stuff consists of short 30 - 45 minute wedding ceremony gigs. I dont do wedding receptions etc outdoors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dix View Post
    I have a set of DBR12's & I havent had any issues. I'll admit, I dont do very much out doors but I have done one here & there. Mainly my out door stuff consists of short 30 - 45 minute wedding ceremony gigs. I dont do wedding receptions etc outdoors.
    This is a specific situation:

    few hours outdoor, on the terrace in March in the mountains, probably -10 to 0 celsius degrees.
    my concerns are if the speakers would suffer any damage.

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    No problem at all with this.
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    I wouldn't worry about it at all, i personally ran 2 stacks for 4h in -20C weather for 3 nights while running a Christmas outdoor nativity show. When it all comes inside it will get some condensation though so just let them sit for a day before using them if you want to be safe, worked for us anyhow.

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    thank you all for the answers

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