Jamo Introduces New Outdoor Speaker Collection Jamo, a Klipsch Group brand, has launched a collection of all-weather speakers designed to provide balanced, natural sound to any outdoor living environment. By RS Staff Published: September 13, 2017 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Jamo, a Klipsch Group brand, has launched a collection of all-weather speakers designed to provide balanced, natural sound to any outdoor living environment. The collection is comprised of landscape and rock speakers, wall-mounted speakers, and amplifiers—all with 70/100V compatibility and low impedance capability for maximum installation flexibility in residential or commercial spaces. The new Jamo Landscape speakers provide dynamic audio performances with low impedance and 70V installation options, making them well suited for residential or commercial outdoor environments. The JL-4 full-range landscape satellites offer an ultra-compact design and all-weather construction for maximum durability and impact resistance. The accompanying JL-10SW half-burial subwoofer delivers low-frequency extension and output. Their unique charcoal gray finish allows them to become nearly invisible in modern landscapes. New Jamo rock speakers and rock subwoofer are voice matched to the landscape system and offer alternate ways for high-quality audio in outdoor living spaces. The rock speakers and rock subwoofer (JR-4, JR-5, JR-6, and JR-8SW) are available in two finishes, granite and sandstone. The new Jamo surface mount Indoor/Outdoor (I/O) two-way speakers are voiced to match their box home theater and architectural counterparts but ready for use outdoors with weatherproof cabinets and drivers. The I/O speakers are available in black or white. The JDA-500 Jamo Amplifier is designed with the Jamo outdoor speaker collection in mind to optimize performance, as well as provide DSP presets for any Jamo speaker system. The DSP suite provides full customization of I/O routing, EQ, limiting and system tuning. The 500W JDA-500 can be configured to support 70V or low-impedance installations and offers two-, three-, and four-channel configurations.