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Old 16th October 2008, 03:36 PM   #1
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Default New anniversary FR-speaker Pioneer PE-101A (10cm, like Fostex FX)

Pioneer by seventy-year anniversary has released a replica popular thirty years ago Pioneer PE-101.

Sale, unfortunately, is possible only for Japan.

Though Pioneer all of us very strongly love!!!)))

Also it is released small enclosure with Fr=90 Hz:

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Datasheet for Pioneer PE-101A

Machine translation from the Japanese - it is a lot of interesting:

1) It is light and is strong. "Wet press corn"

The wet press corn that does shape, the material, and the careful selection and the examination repeatedly achieves clear tone quality with a good omission. This corn is corn made by the uppermost electric machine company used for a famous speaker manufacturer in the world including TAD, and the same one as the original of "PE-101".

2) It excelled in the straight line and durability. "Foam polyurethane rubber edge"

An excellent foam polyurethane rubber edge in the straight line is adopted. It operates, and the enhanced inside bass is reproduced linear for the high amplitude.

3) It is strong also in the high-power. "Balance lead line"

The balance of the vibration system improves by drawing out the lead line in parallel, and a steady stroke has been achieved.

4) A high region is enhanced. "Titanium central cap"

A central cap is an important factor that decides the tone quality of a high region. The high region reproduction with an obedient expansion and putting is enabled by adopting titanium that it is light and the rigidity is high.

5) Solid"Aluminum die cast frame"

A thick, solid aluminum die cast frame is adopted. A useless resonance was prevented by certain fixation on the baffle board, and the sound was prevented being become impure.

6) "Pure copper cap" that decreases the distortion is installed in the Paul peace.

The current distortion caused in a magnetic circuit when the voice coil moves is decreased by installing the pure copper cap, and the reproduction with a little distortion is enabled.

7) Riniarite when a low region reproduces is improved. "Hole getting tired Paul"

Pressure in a magnetic circuit when corn vibrates is decreased to Paul by clearing the hole and Riniarite in a low region has been improved.

8) Strong magnetic circuit"Large-scale magnet of 90mm size of magnet

The resolution of the sound has been improved by using a strong magnetic circuit.


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Dear guru I ask to tell opinion about Pioneer PE-101A, please. Possible alternatives speaker enclosure?

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Old 16th October 2008, 04:35 PM   #2
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Default Re: New anniversary FR-speaker Pioneer PE-101A (10cm, like Fostex FX)

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I ask to tell opinion about Pioneer PE-101A, please. Possible alternatives speaker enclosure?
Looks a lot like something that would slot into the high end of the FE103 niche... without Vas it is very difficulat to design a box.

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Old 16th October 2008, 04:41 PM   #3
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I would like a pair, thanks. The black cone with silver dome looks very cool.

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Old 16th October 2008, 04:51 PM   #4
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Looks like they are about 115 bucks each. seems reasonable given the build quality - http://pioneer.jp/components/pe_101a/index.html

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Old 18th October 2008, 04:10 AM   #5
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Default Pioneer 25th Anniversity 16M drivers

I'd like to find the correct cabinet for these drivers!
Nice speaker, PE 101a.

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Old 18th October 2008, 05:43 AM   #6
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Correct cabinet.

Fs = 80Hz, Qt = 0.5.  Put 'em in an open baffle, cross 'em to a bigazz woof at 80(or so)Hz.

Nirvana.  Panomaniac done showed me de way !

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Old 19th October 2008, 02:40 AM   #7
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An interesting cabinet is offered by the Pioneer for this driver.
Similar to "Voice of Theatre" from Altec. Look datasheet

The most enterprising Japanese have already begun it manufacture in a private order.


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Old 19th October 2008, 04:17 AM   #8
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Wouldn't a Fostex 103, 107 or 127 work in a box like that?

Very cool!
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Default Re: Re: New anniversary FR-speaker Pioneer PE-101A (10cm, like Fostex FX)

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... without Vas it is very difficulat to design a box.
........or even with Qo since at 0.5, Qts should be somewhat higher, so Poinz has the right idea.

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Old 19th October 2008, 01:37 PM   #10
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Wouldn't a Fostex 103, 107 or 127 work in a box like that?

Very cool!
Perhaps it so.

The horn adds weight to the uppermost bass for FE127E. And perhaps, for the FX120.

That it is even more interesting, Pioneer offers BLH-cabinet for this driver, adjusted on whole 40Hz!

Here datasheet

Perhaps this will work well with the FE127E, FX120 and the others with similar parameters.
The size of a small, that adds even more attractive.

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