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I have come across a pair of these speakers in good condition and they sound pretty decent. The spec. sticker on the back is missing so i don't have any info on the specs. I believe they were built sometime in the early 90's. I've searched google with no luck on finding the specs for these speakers. Do any of you guys maybe have any info on these that you can share?

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I have come across a pair of these speakers in good condition and they sound pretty decent. The spec. sticker on the back is missing so i don't have any info on the specs. I believe they were built sometime in the early 90's. I've searched google with no luck on finding the specs for these speakers. Do any of you guys maybe have any info on these that you can share?

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Found these specs from an older thread. http://www.avsforum.com/t/1208275/pioneer-s-t300-speakers. Not knowing much about these, how do they measure up to today's standards?

the woofers are 7" cone and the tweeter is a 1" ceramic carbon dome type. Nominal impedance is 6 Ohms. Frequency range of 25 to 40k Hz. Sensitivity is 88dB/2.83V at 1m distance. Max power is 180W and rated power is 40W. Crossover frequency is 2000Hz.
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One of the woofers center of the cone is mashed in a little. Is this repairable or replace.
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Pretty easy fix. A vacuum's suction comes in mighty handy at times. Light suction popped the centers back into the dome shape. smile.gif I'm still curious to know how these speakers measure up to today's speakers, being that i'm relatively novice when it comes to the specs.
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Bump for specs comparison.
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