Maybe I misunderstood but the back of the speaker driver is outdoors? Rain, snow, ice, bird crap?
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What keeps the squirrels and field mice from making nests in the speaker? Or raccoons from eating them? I don't know about having speakers open to the elements and building an anechoic chamber might be more than the 200K indoor speaker.
Actually it would be exactly the kind of place squirrels would look for. Even if this idea worked and created the best sounding speakers ever created I doubt you could convince HOA's and zoning boards to approve. I can imagine the farts older than me in mine yelling THOSE THINGS IN THE SIDE OF YOUR HOUSE ARE AN EYESORE!
I believe my response rose to the level of seriousness that the original post called for. Squirrels in your outdoor speaker could be a very serious problem not to mention if these speakers caused animals such as squirrels, mice, cats, birds and others that occupy our habit to become deaf as the inventor you will be held liable in a class action lawsuit.
Only metal screen can keep squirrels out and the metal interferes with the magnet causing a collapsed sound stage. Why would I knock holes in my wall put speakers in then ruin them by wrapping metal wire around them. No won't work the squirrel problem needs to be addressed before this project can take off.
Or in a few hundred years humans will be living in a dystopian Mad Max world and while scrounging through the rubble they find an old coffin box speaker and they say remember how The Kenjit told us about Perfect sound? This must be the perfect sound of Kenjit so we will call these boxes of sounds Kenjit boxes to honor his genius.