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Pioneer SP-FS52

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Brand, Model and Release Date

Information about the brand, model release date.

Release Date2012
WHAT HIFI Rating -
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Technical Specs

Technical characteristics of the speakers.

Amplification TypePassive
Crossover Type3-Way
Enclosure typeBass Reflex
Frequency Range (+/-3 dB)[Hz]40 - 20000
Frequency Range (-6dB)[Hz]-
Maximum SPL [dB]-
Sensitivity (2,83 V/1 m)[dB]87
Nominal Impedance (Ohms)6
THD (Total Harmonic Distortion)-
Recommended Amplifier Power [W]-
Crossover Frequency [Hz]3000
Bass Reflex Tuning Frequency [Hz]-
Driver Units

Tweeter:  25mm Soft-dome Tweeter
Mid/Bass Drivers: 2 x 130mm Cone Woofer

InputsSingle Wire
Magnetic ShieldingNo

Placements and Distances

Where and how to put them.

Form FactorFloor
Distance from Wall [cm]15

Dimensions and Weight

Speaker dimensions and weight without stands.

Length~8.26 in
~209.8 mm
~20.98 cm
Width~10.23 in
~259.84 mm
~25.98 cm
Height~35.03 in
~889.76 mm
~88.98 cm
Weight~24.47 lb
~11099.41 g
~11.1 kg
Shipping Weight~28.2 lb
~12791.3 g
~12.79 kg

Colors and Accessories

List of available colors and optional accessories.

  • Black

Detachable GrillesNo

Price and Warranty

Satisfaction is (not) guaranteed.

Warranty3 Years
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One thought on “Pioneer SP-FS52

  1. I ended my evaluation of the SP-FS52 with a new favorite, the remake of The Poseidon Adventure, this time simply titled Poseidon (Warner Bros.). I chaptered ahead to the rogue wave scene, put down my pen and turned up the volume. I wanted to see if by the end of the ten-minute-or-so sequence if anything jumped out at me enough to jot it down, or if I could simply be entertained. Well, believe it or not, a couple of few-hundred-dollars loudspeakers managed to silence my critical ear and pen, allowing me to simply enjoy the show well past the moment when the action had ceased. Viewing the sequence again, this time with pen in hand, I came away with a blank sheet, for while the SP-FS’ performance could have been more (insert silly demand here), or more (next demand), the simple fact remains that the presentation was enjoyable. At no point was I overly or even at all aware that I was listening to cheap loudspeakers to the point that it became a distraction in any way. While I’ve heard better, I’ve heard better also sound much, much worse.

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