EV 40 monitors. They live for abuse and sound fairly good.
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the problem with most dedicated outdoor speakers is that they don't have much low end, probably becuase of limitations inherent in their size/plastic cabinetry. i have a big, weather-protected deck as well, so i've been using some big old 70s kenwood four-driver speakers, which have held up for five years and, if not exactly precision instruments, sound quite good--loud and deep. i got 'em on craigslist for $40 or so--i regularly see old cerwin vegas/pioneers/ars/fishers listed for next to nothing. any of these which might work for you.