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    Outdoor cabinet

    I've noticed a few posts about this but haven't found exactly what I'm looking for. My electrician will fish my speaker wires into the house and hook it up to my home theater receiver. While that sounds awesome and is what I originally wanted, the more I think about it I might want to put an extra receiver I already have in an outdoor cabinet so that I can have more access to volume/input/levels.

    Long story short, does anyone know of some affordable waterproof cabinets that would work for me?

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    Re: Outdoor cabinet

    Whatever cabinet you put that receiver in, the biggest enemy of it will be humidity. Have you considered one of those marine type units for boats?
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    Re: Outdoor cabinet

    I have looked into the marine units. These are the speakers I have (http://www.sonance.com/assets/media/...RAY_Manual.pdf) so would a marine unit be powerful enough?

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