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CEDIA EXPO 2014 Show Report ( Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association)
Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association

Pioneer Electronics SP-EBS73-LR Bookshelf, SP-EC73 Center Channel, SP-EFS73 Floorstanding Speakers Plus SW-E10 Subwoofer
Pioneer Electronics SP-EFS73 Floorstanding SpeakersPioneer Electronics is here at CEDIA EXPO 2014 with their new Dolby Atmos-enabled Elite speaker system. Consisting of the SP-EBS73-LR bookshelf, SP-EC73 center channel, SP-EFS73 floorstanding speakers and SW-E10 subwoofer ($749/pr, $399, $699 and $599 respectively) was designed by Pioneer's chief speaker engineer Andrew Jones. The bookshelf, floorstanding, and center speakers utilize a true three-way design concept using 5.25" aluminum woofers, 4" aluminum midrange, and 1" soft dome tweeter. Pioneer's SP-EBS73-LR bookshelf and SP-EFS73 floorstanding speakers include an additional 4" CST speaker integrated into the top of each enclosure providing Dolby Atmos height information.

Pioneer Electronics SP-EBS73-LR Bookshelf SpeakersThe heart of the Elite Speaker System is the Pioneer-developed CST driver embodying a single point source concept; the midrange and tweeter speakers are configured coaxially so that their directional characteristics conform. Utilizing a 4" aluminum cone, the midrange has a first break-up mode at a high 8 kHz, ensuring pure 'pistonic' motions throughout its operating range. Combined with a 1" soft dome tweeter for extended treble. Pioneer's 5.25" woofer utilizes an aluminum cone and an inverted aluminum dust cap for improved strength and a true pistonic motion throughout its operating range. The woofer driver uses a large 1.5" diameter long throw voice coil and an oversized magnet with a vented pole piece.

Pioneer's SW-E10 subwoofer provides low bass via a 10" long-throw driver with 2" high–power voice coil. This provides a 1" peak-to-peak of linear cone movement. An integrated BASH amplifier provides 600 watts of peak power (300 watts RMS) and features DSP processing.


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