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I am installing a steam shower in a guest bedroom and I'm thinking of doing some DIY audio.
I have the LED mood lighting- now all I need is an essential oil sprayer and something to pump Shadowfax in there and I'm all set! :)
Polished onyx walls and ceiling, mosaic floor and seat, so reflections are going to be a *****!:p

So, what type of drivers can I use that will hold up in this high moisture environment?
Poly cone mids? Tweeter types? I'm thinking a small (6") sub also.
 

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I am installing a steam shower in a guest bedroom and I'm thinking of doing some DIY audio.
I have the LED mood lighting- now all I need is an essential oil sprayer and something to pump Shadowfax in there and I'm all set! :)
Polished onyx walls and ceiling, mosaic floor and seat, so reflections are going to be a *****!:p

So, what type of drivers can I use that will hold up in this high moisture environment?
Poly cone mids? Tweeter types? I'm thinking a small (6") sub also.
Hmmm, I'd go with some type of poly cone with a butyl rubber surround. I think they make all weather/marine speakers. I'd have a look at some of those first and then see what makes those special and able to withstand moisture.
 
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