Pioneer Andrew Jones-Designed Floorstanding Loudspeaker
Designed by Pioneer’s Chief Speaker Engineer, Andrew Jones, this tall and curved speaker integrates handsomely into home theater setups and makes viewers feel a part of the action with its immersive sound quality.
Clear, Dynamic Sound at Any Volume
The speaker delivers clear sound that lets you pick out even the subtle details of songs thanks to its crossover, which uses inductors and capacitors to break the audio signal into low, high, and mid-range frequencies. When you crank the volume, the crossover works with the speaker’s efficient 1” soft-dome tweeter to play louder audio using less power.
Add Some Oomph to Your Favorite Tunes
With 5.25” woofers designed to faithfully reproduce low-end frequencies, the speaker makes sure listeners can really feel the beat. Each woofer has an added structured surface to improve rigidity and bass accuracy, and its vented pole piece works to boost bass response.
Curved for Improved Performance
The speaker’s stiff, curved cabinet not only looks good in your entertainment setup; it also reduces standing sound waves inside the speaker to improve sound quality and the entire listening experience.
- Model number: SP-FS52
- 130W power input
- RF molded, curved cabinet
- 3 5.25” structured surface woofers
- 1” soft-dome tweeter
- 8-element sophisticated crossover
- Oversized magnets with vented pole piece
- Gold 5-way binding posts
- Product weight: 28.8lb.
- Product dimensions: 13” (W) x 13” (D) x 39” (H)
- Condition: new
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.”