Pioneer Elite Dolby Atmos Enabled Speaker System Review – An Impressive Audio Experience



If you want to bring forth a surround sound experience into your home, then you might be thinking about getting ceiling speakers to acquire your desired outcome; but the Pioneer Elite Dolby Atmos Enabled Speaker System won’t let you do that. Why? Because this sound system will let you experience surround sound without the need for ceiling speakers.

Pioneer Elite Dolby Atmos Enabled Speaker System Review – An Impressive Audio Experience

The Pioneer Elite Dolby Atmos Enabled Speaker System Brings You Optimum Enjoyment for Your Home-Theater Setup

There are many who cannot like the walls of their home with corner-to-corner speakers, so the obvious choice would be to add speakers above; but once again, the Pioneer Elite Dolby Atmos Enabled Speaker System won’t let you do any of that. First of all, adding ceiling channels will raise the sound stage and will also add a new dimension of sound. With Pioneer Elite’s sound system, you will be able to get something more like a dome of surround sound instead of a ring of surround sound.

This speaker system is clearly made for homeowners who cannot place speakers on the ceiling. Dolby proposes these Atmos-enabled speakers, as the drivers are located on the top of the front and surround speakers that have the ability to reflect the sound off of the ceiling and onto the listener, while being able to simulate a similar experience to a speaker placed on the ceiling. This system might even become your new best friend with regards to your home-theater setup.

The Pioneer Elite Dolby Atmos Enabled speaker series is made up of the SP-EFS73 floorshading model, the SP-EC73 center speaker, the SP-EBS73 bookshelf speakers, and the SW-E10 subwoofer. This is a system that is based entirely on the bookshelf speakers. The speakers are only available in a black simulated wood-grain vinyl finish.

As for the main selling point for the entire speaker system, it’s what Andrew Jones calls as a Coherent Source Transducer, or a CST. It is a concentric driver which places a 1-inch silk dome tweeter found at the apex of a 4-inch aluminum mid-range driver. This allows the system to precisely control the directivity and time alignment of the audio coming out of the speakers.

Overall, the Pioneer Elite Dolby Atmos Enabled Speaker System does not only work, but it works like a charm. There are some that might have some doubts and concerns as you pull the system out of its packaging, but all of these will be cleared as soon as you fire up some tunes or play some movies with these delivering the audio.


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