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Pioneer Andrew Jones Subwoofers

Pioneer Andrew Jones Subwoofers

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My SW-10 has shipped. That was fast. I'm excited to add it to my system. Thanks!
LongLiveRock
And it was here when I got home!
Impressions coming soon.
B.Hutch damn, I somehow missed that the 10 inch was on this drop. I sure hope this comes back for a second round soon!
drbroad
I will do what I can to bring all the Andrew Jones Pioneer products to Massdrop. They have all been received well so far.
I joined the drop for this subwoofer (8") and the bookshelves Pioneer SP-BS52-LR. Now I'm wondering if MD intends to drop the matching floor speakers, that is, the Pioneer SP-FS52. I probably would buy them at the right price.
drstock56
Noted. I will see what I can do.
I never got this subwoofer to work with the matching Andrew Jones speakerbar; they wouldn't connect. I did have major issues with the speakerbar, though. It would make this insanely loud noise every time I would turn it on. I read somewhere that it was a busted capacitor or something...
Ever since I got Logitech's Z623 for $100 on sale, I've never found anything that can beat it for the price. These Z623's have such surprising power and clarity for 100$. Paying $190 for a 400W sub? I've looked around and that seems like quite a steal. Thoughts?

P.S. Amazon has this in a packaged deal including two bookshelf and a center channel speaker for an extra $270.
Oh hey. I bet this 8" will be better than the sub from the old Sony STR-K750P 5.1 set that has been thumping along just fine in my bedroom since I bought it in 2003.

That auto position on the power switch may be worth it alone.
"woofers have vented enclosures that help extend the bass performance lower than traditional subs"

Who knew traditional subs weren't ported?
I own this sub-woofer and was skeptical because of its low price. I actually use this with an $ 8,000 stereo/speaker set up. I had always interned on upgrading to a SVS PB-2000 but honestly, this little sucker adds just enough kick and thump that I never bothered to upgrade. The sound is tight bass not muffled. If you want a window shaker or have a really large room, a bigger unit like the PB-2000 may be more your speed. Read some reviews on this unit and you will find this little box is a gem for what it does.
pbellas
So what speakers are you running it with?
Does the small one support 230V AC, or will it break in Europe?
Any idea how much could cost shipping to UK ?
I have the 8" one in my bedroom stereo system, and it works great paired with the Pioneer Andrew Jones SP-BS22-LR speakers.
Any opinions on these vs, say, an SVS SB/PB 1000?

At 159 MSRP, I can't assume the plate is very good.
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PigmonkeY
Ya.. Unfortunately your assumption is quite accurate. SVS and Hsu etc. are in another league altogether. Maybe just shy of those in price and performance is the Polk PSW505 and certainly the Dayton and Bic as the previous comment mentioned. There are also some excellent DIY kits you can purchase if you're the type to enjoy a little project and find yourself handy with some relatively simple soldering and assembly etc. I'd pop on over to head-fi and do a search on the forum for 'best value subwoofer for X/Y' depending on if you're primarily wanting the sub for home theater use or 2.1 channel music etc. That forum is a great informational resource..But be careful before making a new thread asking something that has already ben covered ad nauseum in previous threads! 'Search is your best friend' is something you'll quickly be reminded of if not lol
ChumbWumba
My handicap is that i need good high level in/out to add a subwoofer to my emotiva A100, as the line level output is not controlled by the volume knob at all.
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