Pioneer SP-EBS73-LR Elite Dolby Atmos Speakers
Pioneer SP-EBS73-LR Elite Dolby Atmos Speakers
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Designed by Pioneer’s Chief Speaker Engineer, Andrew Jones, the Elite bookshelf speakers are great on their own or as part of a multi-channel home theater system. They feature a sophisticated true three-way design to route high, mid, and low frequencies to separate drivers Read More

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erosbach
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May 15, 2019
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It looks like this drop is late to ship every time. Scroll down to stratos75's and Heretohelp's comments from October 16th and 17th 2018 below. It's been a week after the est ship date without a helpful update. Here's all the info I've received so far.. email sent on est ship date, May 8th "Due to an unexpected delay, these orders may ship later than the original estimated ship date. Our apologies for any inconvenience. If we find that the drop is going to be delayed by more than 30 days, we will let you know." email sent on May 14th "At this time our warehouse hasn't provided any additional information however we'll let you know as soon as they give us an update." EDIT* It's been another week and still no update... May 22nd 2019
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May 15, 2019
Archa3opt3ryx
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Apr 21, 2019
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Can we get a drop on the center channel?
Apr 21, 2019
watanabeharuo
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Mar 25, 2019
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That's wrong price? $499.99 discount $500... price UP!!
Mar 25, 2019
Juan2three4
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Mar 25, 2019
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There's a $170 discount at checkout.
Mar 25, 2019
Avrilsniper
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Mar 23, 2019
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Would these speakers pair well with the latest LG Soundbar Drop (LG SK-10Y) as rear speakers, or would I be better of getting a Pioneer soundbar, or even using these speakers on their own?
Mar 23, 2019
Cferrer1983
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Mar 23, 2019
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Would this speaker set be wasted on a gaming pc? if not, how would be the best way to configure it ? I have an entry level dac already, what are your thoughts people?
Mar 23, 2019
Blazablaz
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Feb 28, 2019
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Would these be good for fronts with matching center? I was considering 2 pairs for front and rears.
Feb 28, 2019
YOLOdactyl
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Mar 2, 2019
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Yes. The center hits $200 now and then too. Great center as it has the same 3way setup and concentric tweeter which makes the center channel audio very crisp. Make sure you are going to use the Atmos feature though as about... $200 of this price is because of the upward firing concentric speaker on the top. For $500 you can probs get some better pure bookshelf speakers if you aren't in it for the Atmos up-firers. EDIT: Just realized the coupon makes these $330... okay buy them now, and upgrade to Atmos later if you don't have it :)
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Mar 2, 2019
Shadoku
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Feb 28, 2019
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Anyone know how much of an upgrade these are over the ones that come in the Onkyo HTS-7700 Home theater package? I bought this dolby atmos system a few years ago, and the front / atmos firing speakers look to be about the same size or maybe a little bit bigger than these but looks like theyre rated for 130W each (per the website, will check in person when i get home). Looking to improve my current system without breaking the bank with something that is a noticeable upgrade, so i was looking at this pair and also the Jamo S 809 floorstanding speakers by Klipsch (they are 270 at frys for the pair) with a promo code (300 off). Only trade off is the 809 does not have an included atmos speaker, so that is to be bought separately. Also worth my current right atmos/front speaker is partially blown (gives off a staticy like sound) from the atmos side in certain scenes. I Upgraded my AV Receiver so i am using a Pioneer Elite LX103 and it works much better than the stock onkyo one.
Feb 28, 2019
YOLOdactyl
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Mar 12, 2019
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I would have to think so. Klipsch says they run efficiently. I think I have and old 15 watts per channel amp driving some Klipsch outdoors in the summer. 100 should be plenty.
Mar 12, 2019
Shadoku
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Mar 12, 2019
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Awesome, Thank you! I will be stopping by my frys to see them on display and see if i can hear a difference and continue to look into it a bit more before i make a decision. Really Appreciate your help!
Mar 12, 2019
OmniEntendre
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Feb 26, 2019
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It's mind boggling to me that you can think of charging consumers $500 (yes it's $330 on Massdrop, but the MSRP is listed as $500) for a pair of bookshelf speakers and only a two year warranty. Do you have that little confidence in your high-end product? Or is it greed? Or lack of respect for the consumer? Whether it's one of those or none of the above, it's hard to respect the company even if the speakers have outstanding quality. In many other fields, long warranties are a significant factor in the quality of products. If I'm paying this much, the company had better be willing to stand behind their product. I'm pretty sure my cheap toaster had a longer warranty than these speakers. To be fair, they're not alone. Many supposedly high end audio products have short warranties. And I have just as little confidence in those other products as the respective companies do.
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Feb 26, 2019
bootster1
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Feb 26, 2019
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The concept of an upward firing woofer is not new, but it is very effective as far as room interaction is concerned. The best example I can think of is the venerable Allison SIX. The SIX is a cube that's 12" in dimensions. The tweeter is in the front, and the woofer is at the top. It is a four ohm design that has to be cranked up fairly loud to get the full impact of how good the sound coming from these diminutive speakers are, especially in the bass frequencies. In fact, the entire Allison speaker line has the smaller speakers with the upward firing woofer design. The SEVEN, and EIGHT models are floor-standing models with the upward designed woofer. The FOUR, FIVE, and SIX are bookshelf designs. One of the things evident in the Allison speakers is the lack of porting. The speakers are of a sealed design that allows them to be placed directly against the wall without the ever present boomy sound that a typical ported speaker design produces. Even though these speakers have the midrange at the top, and not the woofer, the room interaction concept is incorporated in the design. The Allison FOUR is one of the best sounding bookshelf speaker of all time, IMHO, and that's because of the fact that Roy Allison didn't rely on anechoic chamber measurements to design his speakers. Instead, the speakers were designed to be place directly up against the wall, with the woofer on the top of the speaker carcass, and instead of an artificially boomy sound that often plague most speakers when placed close to the wall, these placement issues are not present with these Roy Allison designed speakers. They were designed to take the room into account when they were designed. The newest trend in the AVR world are the room correction software suites that come with all AVR's and audiophile class preamplifiers and amplifiers such as DIRAC software and other proprietary designs. Now, with the ATMOS designed incorporation's in modern speaker technology that are in vogue, these speakers are highlighting the usefulness of the room boundaries incorporated into these modern designs. Since these speakers were designed to interact with the room boundaries in mind, and are to be used with room correction software, the problems associated with these ever present conditions are somewhat eliminated, as long as the room is corrected with the appropriate solutions incorporated in the software's guidelines. Steve Jones has designed these speakers with these room boundary interaction concepts in mind, and we can now enjoy the ATMOS channels that are designed to give the listener more of a spatial relationship with the sound coming from the ceiling as well as the walls when listening to DOLBY encoded program material that is ATMOS incorporated. One of the points that I am trying to make here is that these speakers are for the incorporation of DOLBY ATMOS equipped audio components, and are for a somewhat specialty niche. I am excited to see what this technology can do with the newest surround sound audio technology.
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Feb 26, 2019
MacroPower
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Nov 15, 2018
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Would these pair with an APPJ mini2013? 3+3W
Nov 15, 2018
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