Pioneer HPM-60 Bookshelf Speakers

4/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

A large 4 way ported bookshelf speaker,designed by recently hired JBL engineers.Modeled after the famous JBL L100.
Carbon fiber woof,isolated mid, and low tweet.Ribbon,metalic super tweeter.Identical to the more famous bigger brother the HPM-100.The only two differences are,real wood cabinet versus veneer, and the size of the woofer(10"vs.12")
Early model have a cloth surround on the woofer,later foam, and cast aluminum baskets versus stamped metal.

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Beardg a Audio Enthusiast

Date Reviewed: August 22, 2011

Bottom Line:   
Newly aquired HPM-60 speakers....found at the thrift store.Won't say how cheap..(cheap)..All drivers intact and test out well.
These babies are BRIGHT!....But still I like them.Maybe I'm getting old and loosing the high end??
Thumping bass,crispy super highs...symbals and hard hat drum sound great! Pretty efficient.
I have a feeling that this LA sound(like JBL) might get tedious after extended periods.I will play with an EQ later.Drums sound super,very detailed...That super tweet adds sizzle!
A little like Klipsch KG4 speakers on speed.
They are heavily,well built,quality speakers for sure...But will you like the sound?
Thats for you to say.They would make great Rock and Roll speakers,but my digital Benny Goodman CD sounded pretty good also..More listening to come.
Seems to be a bargain if you can find them,parts seem available on eBay...But from what I have read,if you respect the drivers,they will last a long time...These have.

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Product model year:   Pre 1995

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