In our opinion, this package is ideal for a large-sized garden / patio and will provide high quality audio.
The HEOS Amp is designed to add HEOS multi-room audio functionality to any pair of stereo speakers, and features the same wireless ease of use as the whole HEOS range. Featuring advanced Class D digital amplification in a sleek compact chassis, the HEOS Amp delivers 100 watts of power per channel with low distortion and high current capability.
All HEOS (by Denon) music systems connect together by dual-band Wi-Fi, making them easy to set up with your existing home network. Should your signal be weak in a certain part of your home, then the HEOS Extend can be used to boost the signal quality. Up to 32 HEOS units can be set up at one time, ensuring even the largest of homes are covered for multi-room music. Should you prefer to stick with a wired connection, then you can make use of the Ethernet socket that's standard on all HEOS speaker systems.
Perfect for use in the garden or around the pool, the Bowers & Wilkins AM-1 architectural monitors guarantee to keep the music going all-year-round, thanks to its weather-resistant enclosure. Its sleek looks and robust design also make it a great choice for public indoor spaces such as bars and restaurants.
The AM-1 comes with a unique easy to install mounting bracket that allows the speaker to be mounted vertically or horizontally, for total flexibility of installation. The mount also allows for 10 degrees of tilt, up and down. This is useful as most outdoor speakers are mounted above the listeners head allowing for the speaker to angled directly to the users listing position.
SOUND, EXACTLY WHERE YOU WANT IT
Bowers & Wilkins wanted to keep the AM-1 small, yet tough and flexible, so the combination of a unique wall-bracket, a clever mounting system and cable management that hides all cables from sight. A 220-degree speaker rotation means the AM-1 can deliver your music exactly where you want it – indoors or out.
DEEP BASS, WHATEVER THE WEATHER
The AM-1 features a sealed enclosure to shrug off the rain and splashes, but that's not usually great for solid, powerful bass. So the Bowers & Wilkins engineers have designed a clever auxiliary bass radiator to give extra low-end punch that sets the standard for outdoor speakers.