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TiffanyPoodleslide
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Jul 25, 2018
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I have two words;
NO MIDRANGE
Jul 25, 2018
PigmonkeY
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Jul 28, 2018
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serious question because i'm not really knowledgeable on anything more than stereo, but aren't you supposed to get that from your center channel in a surround setup?
Jul 28, 2018
TiffanyPoodleslide
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Jul 28, 2018
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Sure, if you are having a home theatre ONLY set-up. But these clearly will suck as stand-alone speakers, like for a stereo listening rig.
If these had a midrange, it wouldn't hurt home theatre, and it would improve their use as a set of listening speaker.
Jul 28, 2018
Flatbluew
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Jul 29, 2018
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but they are made for home theater
Jul 29, 2018
smillerathome
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Aug 24, 2018
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One of those woofers IS a midrange. Notice the two crossovers at 250Hz and 3kHz.
Aug 24, 2018
LargeGeek
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Sep 13, 2018
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They are classified as Three Way so that top woofer is doing mid' duty.
https://www.avgearshop.com/pioneer-sp-fs52-floor-standing-speaker.html
Sep 13, 2018
ZeeDan
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Dec 4, 2018
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I love it when somebody just tosses out stuff with absolutely no backup. Three words for you Tiffany You Are Wrong Read this review, with frequency response charts. You'll see how wrong you are. https://www.audioholics.com/tower-speaker-reviews/pioneer-sp-pk52fs/pioneer-sp-pk52fs-measurements There is a name for people like you - seagulls.
Dec 4, 2018
ZeeDan
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Feb 11, 2019
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Actually no PigmonkeY. Surround setup, center channel is for voices - or the mixing of the surround program directs voices mostly to the center channel. Midrange is a totally different thing - it is a frequency range - sort of middle of the range, middle tones. Oddly, voices are mostly in the midrange, but midrange and center channel really have nothing to do with each other.
Feb 11, 2019
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