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Pioneer SP-C22 Andrew Jones Designed Center Channel Speaker (Single) EXPIRED

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This speaker features 2 4' structured surface woofers w/ 1" soft dome tweeter + 90W of power handling. Offer valid only for July 9, 2020 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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Pioneer Home USA via Newegg [newegg.com] has Pioneer SP-C22 Andrew Jones Designed Center Channel Speaker (Single) $59 on sale for $59. Shipping is free.
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ITT: people recommending $330-$400 alternatives to a $59 speaker. As if anyone came here to find out spending $300 more gets you a better speaker. /s

Relevant: I own this (from the same deal thru Newegg), it's made dialogue way clearer and I'm happy with my purchase. For $59 it's fantastic.

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Not a bad price. Seems to float around 45 during really good sales fwiw. Thanks for posting!
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I have not listened to this personally but have been told that this is the weakest link in the pioneer AJ speakers and that you should look elsewhere for a center.
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I have this and surprised how good it sounded for the price......close to my Infinity Primus PC351 and sounded better than my Definitive Tech Procenter 1000.
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Thoughts on if this would be too much for a 3.1 system? I have R 152s and a 10" sub. Thanks in advance.
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I don't know anything about audio, This center + 2 bookshelf speakers for $138 + some future Subwoofer = a good set up for my computer to watch movies/music? Is it better if I just pick up a soundbar? Thanks.
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I have this and surprised how good it sounded for the price......close to my Infinity Primus PC351 and sounded better than my Definitive Tech Procenter 1000.
If you can find the first generation of this center pioneer speaker, that would be the one to get. They have bigger drivers and sound clearer.
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If you can find the first generation of this center pioneer speaker, that would be the one to get. They have bigger drivers and sound clearer.
What do you mean first generation? These are the Andrew Jones set, is there a 1st gen Andrew Jones set?

Also, someone said this is the weakest link and we should look elsewhere.

i completely willing to look elsewhere, but i thought the idea was to match the set, i have all of the other pieces, except the center. I am using some 2in drivers with 0.5inch tweeter Infinity center speaker. Cost me like $50 but came with 2 small surrounds at the time, that helped me get started.

I would ofcourse love to splurge on a center, but my budget is about sub $150 in my mind for a center channel. Unless there is some perfectly matched center that audio people would consider "matched" with the set, but costs like $200+. i would have to think about it but i would love to hear any suggestion, since im told its pretty important to match the entire set.

running 5.1.2 at the moment, looking to go 5.1.4 in the near future as well.
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Don't confuse this model with the Pioneer Andrew Jones Elite center. That center is much nicer.
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I have this center, towers speakers and surround rears for 5 years now. NO issues sound is good the neighbors can hear it across the street This setup is good the sub had bad reviews and i went with a different one. They have been on sale a few different times. Also look at the size some has said they are a little bulky compared to some others.
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I don't know anything about audio, This center + 2 bookshelf speakers for $138 + some future Subwoofer = a good set up for my computer to watch movies/music? Is it better if I just pick up a soundbar? Thanks.
You will need a amplifier/receiver. For computer use, your better choice is a pair of active bookshelf speakers and subwoofer.
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You will need a amplifier/receiver. For computer use, your better choice is a pair of active bookshelf speakers and subwoofer.
Thank you very much. I think I will just buy a soundbar since I sit 2 feet away from my computer.
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I have this center, towers speakers and surround rears for 5 years now. NO issues sound is good the neighbors can hear it across the street This setup is good the sub had bad reviews and i went with a different one. They have been on sale a few different times. Also look at the size some has said they are a little bulky compared to some others.
For me I kinda agree with the other poster here. I have the complete Pioneer seb for 4 years and center is definitely the weakest link. The sub could be better but it works of if you are able to find that sweet spot !
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This is an awful speaker. It's muddy. The whole point to a center channel is clear dialog. This thing fails miserably.
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