Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Pioneer CS-A700 Vintage Speakers

Pioneer CS-A700 speaker was typical of mid-1970s Japanese speaker designs: huge air suspension woofer that barely fits the cabinet, cone midrange, horn tweeter, and level controls for midrange and treble. Add a basket-weave grille to match your 1960s-era furniture and the styling is complete.

PIONEER CS-A700 | 1970-1975
Type: 3 way, 3 driver loudspeaker system
Frequency Response: 35Hz to 20kHz
Power Handling: 60W
Crossover Frequency: 500, 5000Hz
Impedance: 8Ω
Sensitivity: 95dB
Bass: 1 x Y30F-61F 300mm cone
Midrange: 1 x Y12-101F 120mm cone
Tweeter: 1 x YPT-405F multicellular horn type
Enclosure: enclosed
Dimensions: 660 x 380 x 320mm
Weight: 16.9kg


  1. I have a pair of Pioneer CS-A700 speakers hooked to a Kenwood Reciver. The sound is out of this world. So powerful. Of course that Kenwood receiver has got the power to drive them hard. The recievers today are for TV's/Theaters. They are totally useless for a 2 speaker stereo system. There's no bass to speak of. You have to supplement it with a Sub Woofer. Where as The Kenwood has got the power out of the box. It's built like a Battleship.(Japan 1974)

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