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Pioneer SX-1000TW power specs?

Discussion in 'Pioneer Audio' started by WickedSharp, Nov 1, 2016.

  1. stevepaige

    stevepaige Member

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    Enjoying all of the good info. My Dad had the TD model running through a pair of Realistic Nova 10s. That was a pretty good pairing. I picked up a TW model last year. It's playing through a pair of Boston HD9s. I'm also running a Technical SL-1360. I find the FM , AUX, & Phono sections well done. The audio output from all of these sections is powerful and smooth.
     

     

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  2. Go Giants

    Go Giants Well-Known Member

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    Does this model have those wierd speaker connectors in the back?

    I have my eye on one near me. God knows I don't need it, but I have a bit of a weakness...lol.
     
  3. audiojones

    audiojones Jonesin' for audio Subscriber

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    Yes it uses the speaker plugs but if they aren't there don't let that stop you from getting it, there are plenty of workarounds for them. I usually just tin the ends of the speaker wires with solder and lightly tap them flat with a hammer, they fit right into the sockets and hold tight. The smaller of the two slots in the speaker plug socket is the positive connection. Great receiver, go get it!
     
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  4. Go Giants

    Go Giants Well-Known Member

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    Great info on a workaround for those speaker plugs. Like I said...I have a weakness. It's a unique looking very early silver face type receiver. If everything works and I can get it for less than $100 I might grab it.
     
  5. stevepaige

    stevepaige Member

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    Here is another workaround. Just crimp you wires into the male lug. They slide right in.
     

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