Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Pioneer SP-PK52FS

Pioneer SP-PK52FS Andrew Jones 5.1 Home Theater Speaker Package

SP-FS52 Floor-standing Speakers (Pair): Features three 5.25″ structured surface woofers, 1″ high efficiency soft dome tweeter, & 8-component high-quality crossovers

SP-FS52 Floor-standing Speakers (Pair): Full-size tower speakers, measuring 35.2 inches tall; the woofer’s bass output is augmented with two ports on the back of the speaker cabinet
SP-BS22 Bookshelf Speakers (Pair): Features 4″ structured surface woofer, 1″ high efficiency soft dome tweeter, 1 rear port, & 6-element complex crossover; Handles 90 watts and delivers wide frequency response and sophisticated sound quality regardless of the source
SP-C22 Center-Channel Speaker (Each): Features two 4″ structured surface woofers, 1″ high efficiency soft dome tweeter, 2 rear ports, & 6-element complex crossover
SP-C22 Center-Channel Speaker (Each): The top and bottom panels are curved front-to-back, and it comes with two small “cradles” to provide a stable base for shelf mounting over or under your TV; Can be set up to fire straight ahead, or angled up or down to a small degree so you can “aim” the speaker’s sound toward the main listening position
SW-8MK2 Powered Subwoofer (Each): Features an 8-inch long-throw down-firing woofer powered by a 100-watt amplifier; Vented enclosure allows for extended, well-rounded bass; Supports frequency range of 38 Hz-150 Hz
SW-8MK2 Powered Subwoofer (Each): Flat-sided box with a port on its front panel; 0/180-degree phase switch on the rear panel can be used to improve the bass blend between the sub and speakers; Connectivity options include stereo line-level RCA and spring-clip speaker-level inputs

Pioneer SP-PK52FS
Andrew Jones Designed 5.1 Channel Speaker Package
Pioneer has taken the essential components of home theater performance and put them together in one stunningly impressive, affordable package designed to do one thing: deliver uncompromising sound quality to transport you to a world of entertainment you’ve never experienced before.

Speaker Features:

RF Molded Curved Cabinet
Gold 5-Way Binding Posts
Sophisticated Crossover
Oversized Magnets with Vented Pole Piece for Improved Bass Response
Improved Sensitivity for More Efficient Power Input
8 inch Driver Subwoofer

Center Channel Speaker
The SP-C22 utilizes a true curved cabinet design resulting in a stiffer cabinet wall. This reduces standing sound waves inside, resulting in high-performance and striking sound quality. Elegant speaker grills do double duty by also doing a superior job of protecting the drivers. The SP-C22, a genuine beauty in the service of exceptional audio reproduction.

Description Bass-reflex Floorstanding Bass-reflex Bookshelf Bass-reflex Center Channel Powered Subwoofer
Configuration 3-way 2-way 2-way Down-Firing Ported
Tweeter | Woofer 1” | 5-1/4” (x2) 1” | 4” 1” | 4” (x2) – | 8”
Frequency Range 40 Hz-20 kHz 55 Hz-20 kHz 55 Hz – 20 kHz 38 Hz -150 Hz
Nominal Impedance 6 Ω 6 Ω 6 Ω –
Sensitivity (2.83 V) 87 dB 85 dB 88 dB –
Maximum Input | Output Power 130 W | – 80 W | – 90 W | – – | 100 W (50 W FTC)
Crossover Frequency 250 Hz & 3 kHz 3 kHz 3 kHz 38 Hz – 150 Hz
Dimensions (W x H x D) | Weight (Each) 8-7/8” x 35-3/16” x 10-5/8” | 25 lbs 13 oz 7-1/8” x 12-9/16” x 8-7/16” | 9 lbs 2 oz 18-1/8” x 7-1/8” x 8-7/16” | 13 lbs 7 oz 12-3/16” x 14-3/16” x 12- 3/16” | 20 lbs 4 oz
UPC 012562906102 012562906119 012562906126 012562906133

 

5.0 out of 5 starsReview: SP-PK52FS Speaker Package. I love it! But wait… there’s more
By AmazombieSlayer on September 2, 2014
Style Name: 5.1 Floor standing Home Theater
In this review I will be covering the following:
-About myself
-About the system
-My Receiver
-Shipping and Handling
-My Recommendations

To begin, this is my first home theater system I’ve ever built. I didn’t want to spend more than $1,000. It took me about a month to decide on a system. I narrowed down my choices to Energy’s Take Classic, Yamaha’s HTiB systems, and a few others that had my attention. Because of its excellent reviews, the Take Classic was my first choice, which puts you back about $400 plus whatever you spend on your receiver, cables, etc. Realistically, I was looking at about $700 if I went with the Take Classic because I did not yet have a receiver. Also, the room where my system was to be installed is about 14×16 with carpet. I wanted the best bang for my buck at under $1,000. I came across a couple of reviews which mentioned the Pioneer system. CNET was one of them. You may check it out if you like. Just google: CNET review SP-PK52FS. After about a month of jumping back and forth between systems and reading a wealth of reviews I decided to go with Pioneer.

The system performs beautifully. I’m not an audiophile but I have worked as an AV tech for over 10 years and for the size of my room the system is more than enough and sounds fantastic. Out of the box the one thing that caught me by surprise is the size of the speakers especially the center speaker. It’s pretty large and required plenty of space. I even considered buying a riser for my Panasonic Viera 58″. You will need to plan for this bad boy. The towers are obviously large and the surrounds are pretty big, too. I don’t con the system for its size because I was able to work things out perfectly in my small living room. The sound is clean and the bass is great.

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Pioneer SP-PK52FS Andrew Jones 5.1 Home Theater Speaker Package

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