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    Default Atrium 55 outdoor speakers, how best to drain them.

    I assume that I will have to drill a hole somewhere, but having no prints, I'm looking for info on best place to drill.

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    They are suppose to be water tight. Do you actually have water in them? If so, take them apart to drain and figure out how the water got in.
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    You shouldn't have to drain them....ever. Do not drill holes in the speakers if it's just because you think you need to drain them, because you don't. The only holes should be to attache the bracket to the house.

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