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I do not recommend welding around wooden speakers.
By Spectrum on August 26, 2014
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It is possible that your speaker is blown but there is a simple test you can perform to be sure. Switch the speaker that sounds bad to the other side of the amplifier where the speaker sounded good. If that speaker now sounds good, your problem is with the amplifier. If the speaker still sounds distorted then it's defective.
By Robert G Nelson on December 9, 2013
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Only if you want terrific sound. I have different settings on my Sony receiver, anddepending on your source of music(pandora, streaming, or Bluetooth, some only use lpcm frequencies. So some music sounds better with a 5.1 setting, while other formats sound richer with 2.1 which sends an LFE (low frequency signal to … see more Only if you want terrific sound. I have different settings on my Sony receiver, anddepending on your source of music(pandora, streaming, or Bluetooth, some only use lpcm frequencies. So some music sounds better with a 5.1 setting, while other formats sound richer with 2.1 which sends an LFE (low frequency signal to Sub. Its about preference. But with these speakers I never overwork my amp and get plenty of volume without distortion. The center channel speaker is also awesome. Cheapest price is amazon. Might have to wait a few days/5...youll be glad you did. see less Only if you want terrific sound. I have different settings on my Sony receiver, anddepending on your source of music(pandora, streaming, or Bluetooth, some only use lpcm frequencies. So some music sounds better with a 5.1 setting, while other formats sound richer with 2.1 which sends an LFE (low frequency signal to Sub. Its about preference. But with these speakers I never overwork my amp and get plenty of volume without distortion. The center channel speaker is also awesome. Cheapest price is amazon. Might have to wait a few days/5...youll be glad you did.
By Roland Rodriguez on January 20, 2014
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The FS-52 is a bass reflex system, which is quite an efficient design, so unless you have a very large listening area or like to drive the speakers to very high decibel levels, 65W should be enough. Having said that, most independent reviews of this speaker (as well as my own experience using an Onkyo 7.1 receiver deli… see more The FS-52 is a bass reflex system, which is quite an efficient design, so unless you have a very large listening area or like to drive the speakers to very high decibel levels, 65W should be enough. Having said that, most independent reviews of this speaker (as well as my own experience using an Onkyo 7.1 receiver delivering 100W per channel) indicate that they can handle -- and in fact thrive on -- being pushed a little harder. Since extra power in a receiver is relatively inexpensive, you might consider spending a bit more if you haven't already purchased. If you have, I think you'll still be very happy with the sonic quality of these speakers. see less The FS-52 is a bass reflex system, which is quite an efficient design, so unless you have a very large listening area or like to drive the speakers to very high decibel levels, 65W should be enough. Having said that, most independent reviews of this speaker (as well as my own experience using an Onkyo 7.1 receiver delivering 100W per channel) indicate that they can handle -- and in fact thrive on -- being pushed a little harder. Since extra power in a receiver is relatively inexpensive, you might consider spending a bit more if you haven't already purchased. If you have, I think you'll still be very happy with the sonic quality of these speakers.
By Paul Miller on August 3, 2015
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Yes. I am using two with a Yamaha intergrated amp. Plus I am using the Hafler hookup; using two small speakers on top of the Pioneers. You aim them at the ceiling using the difference signal from the amp. On the small speakers, wire the L+ and R+ of the stereo amp to the + of both small speakers. Then connect the L an… see more Yes. I am using two with a Yamaha intergrated amp. Plus I am using the Hafler hookup; using two small speakers on top of the Pioneers. You aim them at the ceiling using the difference signal from the amp. On the small speakers, wire the L+ and R+ of the stereo amp to the + of both small speakers. Then connect the L and R negs together on the small speakers and you have live sound. Better than Dolby see less Yes. I am using two with a Yamaha intergrated amp. Plus I am using the Hafler hookup; using two small speakers on top of the Pioneers. You aim them at the ceiling using the difference signal from the amp. On the small speakers, wire the L+ and R+ of the stereo amp to the + of both small speakers. Then connect the L and R negs together on the small speakers and you have live sound. Better than Dolby
By Karl D. Winters on March 12, 2015
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You need to buy the wires separately.
By Thomas Meldrim on December 1, 2014
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In a nutshell, the majority of these floorstanding (or "tower") speakers (including these Pioneer FS52 units) are sold individually, but some of them, such as the excellent Onkyo SKF-4800, are sold in pairs. Read the descriptions carefully; generally by doing so you can determine whether you must buy two individual speakers.
By Frederick H. on May 25, 2014
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Honestly I would go with the towers primarily because it can be a pain to mount bookshelves. If you want some real strong bass, a subwoofer is a must. Also, if your room is a little larger, you will get a bit more crank-ability from the towers.
By Mr. Hop on March 27, 2015
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The base itself is actually 10 1/2" deep by 10" wide. the "speaker" itself is slightly smaller at about 8" x 9".
By Philippe MacInnes on March 17, 2014
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I would say no. Although this speaker can get 'loud" I wouldn't consider it a good choice for DJ uses especially if used in very large rooms, or outdoors.
By Don B. on December 28, 2013