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Hello , i got Pioneer IS-21MD HiFi Shelf System and i dont have original speakers from it but i want to buy a new speakers.
I saw nice Pioneer CS780 speakers for a nice price but i dont know if Amplifer will handle it.


On Pioneer site says 2x55w and on other site says 100w per channel and i dont know which one is right.
The speakers are 110w

Anybody ever used this Shelf System or something? Please , i need QUICK RESPONSE.
    
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I tried to look for a manual for this item, because that would have the most complete info. The problem with the wattage they gave you is that they don't give the ohms or how range of frequency test

 

http://www.manualslib.com/manual/396035/Pioneer-Is-21md.html#manual

This manual seems to have your stystem mentioned

Here it says 100 watts per channel


I also found this

 

http://www.pioneer.eu/files/brochures/00_HE_FULL/00_HE_FULL.pdf

 

Though in my limit experience with unpowered speakers. If your playing in a small room or don't need to blast music. Even a 15 watt rms amplifier will be good enough. 


Edited by Apinchof - 10/9/13 at 12:13am
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Thanks , so i think that 2x100w will be nice :]

Yeah , about "blasting'. I like loud music so yeah i hope it will be okay biggrin.gif

Im getting my speakers tomorrow or even today :]

I saw some opinions and people say that they are great so yeah :]
Edited by Snappy90 - 10/9/13 at 9:13am
    
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http://myhometheater.homestead.com/splcalculator.html

 

Theoretically you speakers could reach into the 90 decibels. Which is as loud as you loud ever want to listen to music

Assuming that your standing 30 feet away

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Well my room is small so the speakers will be like 1 feet away.

I just didn't know the exact specs of this system but now i know everything.

Single speaker is 110w so i guess that it's good cause it will get more power from the Amplifer.
It's rated on 140w so yeah , it should be perfect :]
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