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Best beoplay or multiroom speaker for bathroom?

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Bazzinga
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Bazzinga posted on Sun, Jun 2 2019 11:23 PM

Good day everyone! I am enjoying my multiroom collection but I really need a speaker in the bathroom. What is the best speaker for that place? Unfortunately there is no waterproof multiroom speaker so I was speaking about beoplay m3 but I am afraid it'll die in one-two years and I don't wanna lose money. Another speakers that come to my mind are p6 and a1 because there are splash resistant. But will they survive the 24/7 placement in the bathroom? Because its only splash, I am afraid of this. Wanna hear your thoughts! Thank you!

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Unless you shower 24/7 and or keep the humidity above 70% 24/7 365 i think you’ll be fine with all of them. They sell them all over the world and keep on keeping on in places that have that kind of climate. The last bit with the splashing depends mostly on you and how you use your bathroom lol

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I've had an M3 in my bathroom for some time without any issue. Unless you're literally thinking of taking it in the shower with you I can't imagine you'd have any problems.

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I have an M5 in each of my bathrooms, on the counter near the sink rather than right next to the shower.  The sound is great and it is far enough away I don't need to worry about humidity.

I mounted an Essence remote just outside the shower door so I have volume control.  I placed it below the level of the top of the door so warm, wet air escaping over the top of the door won't get to it.  (Warm air rises toward the ceiling.)  It was originally mounted above that height but I quickly saw that it would collect condensation and was worried about causing damage so I moved it lower and now all is fine.

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[Please ignore - my previous post got duplicated and I don't know how to delete.]

2x Beosound Moment
4x Beosound Essence Mk II
3x Beolab 8000
1x Beolab 6000
1x Beolab 3
3x Beolab 2
3x BeoPlay M5
1x BeoPlay A6
8x Essence Remote

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___ replied on Tue, Jun 4 2019 9:12 PM
I use a A1 (as it is splash proof) with a Chromecast.
beotex
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beotex replied on Tue, Jun 4 2019 11:14 PM
We have an M5 on the counter in a large bathroom and it works very well. More than enough power and I haven’t worried about the humidity at all.
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Brian replied on Wed, Jun 5 2019 7:46 AM

I placed a Beosound 2 in my en-suite and so far no problems at all. As others have said, any speaker will do as long as you don’t take it into the shower itself.. 

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