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Vintage Pioneer CS-33 Hi-Fi Speakers

Hello.
I have vintage Pioneer CS-33 Hi-Fi Speakers. But the problem is that I have purchased only the drivers without wood boxes (cabinets). I would like to restore the cabinets by myself so I am looking for detailed cabinet dimensions / design drawing of these speakers.
Please give me email of original Japan Pioneer Technical Support, because my first mail got to the Israel Pioneer Support and they couldn't help me.
Thank you in advance for any help.
Andrei.

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carlsbiz
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SOURCE: how do you add more speakers to gpx under cabinet

If there are no extra speaker output jacks - then it was not meant to have extras and you really should not add any.. If you do - it would change the ohmage and it could damage the amp..

Have a nice day ;o)

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Opening up Speakers

i it wood or plastic? if you cant easily pry the 'screen' in front off and there are no screws, your best bet is just to find a new speaker box to put new speakers in... only way to open it is to tear it apart, unfortunatly.. if you do decide to open it, CAREFULLY cut the screen off with a razor or exacto knife, once inside you'll know better what your dwaling wiht...good luck

Posted on Jan 27, 2007

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SOURCE: Lost woofer in one cabinet.

I'm not familiar with your specific model, but some of these have fuses for the woofers. Check for a blown safety fuse. Also, verify that the connections to the crossover board are in good shape. These crossovers are not that complex and don't usually fail. Keep us posted on what you find.
Dan

Posted on May 29, 2008

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SOURCE: kenwood LS-P5000D home speakers

Hi cw10k

Can you tell me what the diameter of the hole for the passive radiator is. I think I can source one for you. Let me know and we shall see.

regards
robotek

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Additional Speakers

hello my frien let me tell you that the system wont accept more speakers or diferent loads per ohm if the total load says 16 ohms by channel thats the total can handle so if you ad more speakers the system turns off before it burns or or have a severe damage........saludos

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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