Discussion in 'Pioneer Audio' started by Dr. Strangelove, Jan 9, 2006.
funny and rare toys Pioneer A-09
and Pioneer D-70
Anyone know where to find replacement midrange drivers for Pioneer CS-G403's? Or something equivalent that may work?
I'm currently looking for the Pioneer TX-400 valve tuner/radio
Mmmhhhhh Hard to find
FYI I own a SM q 300 Pioneer and MXA-3 in original box.very, very nice vintage condition No manuals though, haven't found any yet, still looking..
Any info on the Pioneer VX-M70
I know that there from 1986 but I have never seen a Pioneer VE-D70 or SD-P40 for sale
No sir I do not, I posted a reply hoping you could point me in a direction for information lol
Rear projection unit. Never seen that one either. Now that you've provided the number, they will be stuck inside my brain. I'll be on the look out for you.
I was hoping that you might have some information on the SM Q 300. If I had that information it would already be in your inbox. Good luck I hope you find them.
very nice ! very..
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The SM-Q300 is a 1959 Pioneer tube stereo receiver.
Tuning range: FM, MW, SW. Power output: 15 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω
Valve complement: EL84, 6AN8, 6BE6, 6BA6, ECC83, ECC85,
Looking for the component history. I have the mpx processor as well. Connected to a set of pax 20's Omni directional speakers.
Iv'e had these speaker boxes for years, even the matching circular amp / phono system. I refinished them. There heavy 25 lbs. I put 5 lbs of sand in a bag, to help with some bass. I have been looking for a copy for years. cheers.
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Being looking for a manual for years. No luck yet.
I have to bias the 4 output tubes. Paid 350 for it. Have mpx unit as well.
Did not know we could state what we were looking for.
In that case. Im looking for an original User Manual for the Pioneer A-71. I did find one on eBay for the A-858 (same amp) but not the actual A-71.
Can find 717 manuals all over, but i cant seem to find the manual for the A-71, not even on HiFiengine.
You can state that your looking. It's different when your luring a prospective sale or trying to sell an Item. That's a "no no" here as you already know. When your asking for information or looking for a link to information. I think it's an honest question and your asking when in doubt ask a moderator or the big cheese = grumpy. He'll set you straight. It's difficult to find I see that now, someone may chime in. What about Dr Strangelove he's a superstar here on AK. Lots of Pioneer info with him.
Never know. Good Luck I'll keep an eye out. For ya.
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It seems like the old pioneer component cabinets (or other brands) are fairly uncommon. I assume a lot of them got thrown out and torn up over the years.
There has been a rising for pioneer gear. I just scored my hpm 150's.
For one thing P-D70's have never been so prominent on ebay than today. A few more rare items come up now & then like U-24 selectors & crossovers along with others. The problem is sellers who can't pack the items for shipping worth a flip. A lot of this rare gear gets rarer as each one gets destroyed when it shouldn't have to!
yes so true. that's why most sellers do not like shipping the item and offer no returns. I recently saw a pioneer spec C73 pre go up for sale. Cheap and rare. So I bought it. Any "U"> gear commands high prices. Packing is the most important part of the transaction when the buyer can't be there for an audition.
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