Pioneer SP-T22A-LR Dolby Atmos Add-on Speakers Designed by Andrew Jones
Even though they’re designed to be added to existing home-theater audio setups, these compact speakers can hold their own in terms of sound production. Their 4” concentric drivers pair with 0.5” tweeters to generate clear, powerful sound whether they’re playing party playlists or soundtracks to movies and video games.
Add Another Dimension to Home Audio
Relax amid a simulated amphitheater as you enjoy your favorite music or hear spacecraft whizzing by during family movie night. These speakers’ concentric drivers push their sound upward, bouncing it off the ceiling to create a soundscape that surrounds you.
It can be annoying when speakers rattle during intense low notes or rumbling movie sound effects. Thanks to their curved cabinets, these speakers resist vibrating, so the only noise you’ll hear is from the music or video you’re enjoying.
Good to Know
These speakers are designed to match Pioneer’s SP-BS22-LR and SP-FS52 speakers, but they’ll work on their own or may be placed atop most other speakers that have sufficient space underneath.
- Model number: SP-T22A-LR
- 4” concentric drivers and 0.5” tweeters
- Frequency range: 180Hz–20kHz
- Nominal impedance: 6 Ohms
- Sensitivity: 85dB (2.83V)
- Maximum input power: 80W
- Crossover frequency: 4kHz
- Sealed enclosure with concentric 2-way configuration
- Product dimensions (each): 7.13” (L) x 8.06” (W) x 4.06” (H)
- Product weight (each): 3.98lb.
- Condition: new
- 1 year warranty from Pioneer
If you’re going to name your company Pioneer, you better back it up. Fortunately for the electronics firm with that name, it has done so for several decades, designing innovations that soon became ubiquitous, such as the laser disc (a precursor to CDs and DVDs), automotive CD player, car GPS, DVD player, and plasma HD display. The company that is now Pioneer dates back to 1938, when Tokyo resident Nozomu Matsumoto opened a speaker shop in his garage. He couldn’t have imagined many of the products Pioneer makes today, with state-of-the-art stereo-speaker equipment for the car and home, as well as DJ equipment that enables users to finally create the long-clamored-for dubstep remix of “Mary Had a Little Lamb.”