Pioneer Andrew Jones-Designed Dolby Atmos Bookshelf Speakers (2-Pack)
With its curved cabinet and concentric array driver, this economical bookshelf speaker can produce the same clear, detailed audio expected of today’s high-end speakers.
Dynamic, Immersive Sound
Many Dolby Atmos-compatible speakers use a single full-range upward-firing driver incapable of delivering true high-fidelity sound. To add striking clarity to your listening experience, this bookshelf speaker’s top-firing driver is a concentric array with a tweeter inside of a woofer. This allows the speaker to bring out even the subtle details in your favorite TV shows, movies, and music.
The bookshelf speaker’s multi-element crossover routes high frequencies to the tweeter and lower frequencies to the woofer, which makes it sound just as great in 5.1 stereo surround sound as it does in Dolby Atmos configurations.
The speaker’s curved shape stiffens the cabinet to reduce vibration and standing sound waves inside, helping ensure clear, accurate sound reproduction.
- Model number: SP-BS22A-LR
- 4” structured surface woofer with oversized magnets and vented pole pieces for improved bass response
- High-efficiency soft dome tweeter for smooth high frequency reproduction
- 6 Element Complex Crossover blends audio between the woofer and tweeter
- Fully integrated top-firing concentric driver for Dolby Atmos and DTS:X speaker configurations
- Condition: new
- Product weight: 22lb.
- Product dimensions: 9”x14”x7”
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.”