Rare, hard to find, uncommon Pioneer components

Discussion in 'Pioneer Audio' started by Dr. Strangelove, Jan 9, 2006.

  1. White_wolf

    White_wolf Active Member

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    The remote looks like it is, the buttons are the same, they both have the SR logo so the codes should be the same.
    I found some specs on pioneer japan's website for the non PM version witch should be the same.
    http://pioneer.jp/corp/news/press/index/735

    Here is the translation for you.

    A-D5a specs:

    Rated output: 110 W + 110 W (20 Hz to 20 KHz, 0.2%, 4 Ω), 60 W + 60 W (20 Hz to 20 KHz, 0.05%, 8 Ω)
    Practical maximum output: 150 W + 150 W (EIAJ, 4 Ω)
    Total harmonic distortion factor: 0.05% (-3 dB 20 Hz to 20 KHz 8 ohms)
    S / N ratio (Short circuit, A network): PHONO MM: 88 dB, CD others: 108 dB
    5 input terminals AUDIO
    (CD, TUNER, PHONO, LINE, TAPE 1 / MD)
    Output terminal Speaker output
    One speaker for each speaker A, B
    External dimensions: 420 (W) x 128 (H) x 335 (D) mm
    Weight: 6.2 kg
    Power consumption: 160 W
     
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  2. White_wolf

    White_wolf Active Member

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  3. GhostDog

    GhostDog New Member

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    Thanks a million - I have ordered a Original New Remote Control For Pioneer CU-A013 CD and Audio System Amplifier. The remote looks like it, the buttons are the same, they both have the SR logo so the codes should be the same. Its black but that can be changed. Thanks for the information - Joe
    2 - CU-A013 Remote Control.jpg
     
  4. sanlanman

    sanlanman Active Member

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    Here are some pics of my vintage PLC-590 table and PA 1000 tonearm, still going strong. Note the various add-ons, AT Safety raiser, Herbie's mat (still have original mat) Decca CF record brush. The rig did have an AT150mlx cart in it but a few months ago, I decided to go retro and installed a NOS Empire 2000E/III cart in a Pickering headshell. It still sounds great.
     

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  5. Mark bazinet

    Mark bazinet the world is awesome today..

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    No Love for Pioneer SM-Q 300 :bye: Have been looking for an owners manual for several years.+5 years... Have posted in several media platforms (Twice here) and no luck? Wondering if any Pioneer collectors have and are willing to provide a copy / or original manual for my beloved tube amp. Willing to pay a reasonable fee for photo copies (to help pay for ink and postage) or an email. Obviously an original copy will command more effort and money. Winter is finally here time to warm up beside my tube amps. Thanks everyone.
    April 22, 2018. Found one or rather one found me... Thanks Bryan
    the world is awesome today...
    cheers
    Mark
     
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  6. Wally1955

    Wally1955 Active Member

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    Aloha

    rare and hard to finde this cute little Pioneer C-200 Receiver during my last Trip to Asia, after my Techinician checked all and also invest into new set of tubes and now it sounds wonderfull
    cheers
    :beerchug:

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  7. bpj911

    bpj911 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    I have two manuals for a Pioneer SM-Q300. 712-299-2279
     
  8. bpj911

    bpj911 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    I have two manuals. 712-299-2279. Bryan
     
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  9. Dingman

    Dingman Do you know where your towel is? Subscriber

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    This is just to darn neat. I really like it.
    I'm not terribly familiar with all Pioneer - but this is red logo and seems rare to me?
     
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  10. Mark bazinet

    Mark bazinet the world is awesome today..

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    Vintage equipment Pioneer timer.. Slick piece. A sleeper for anyone's Pioneer collection.
    the world is awesome today...
     
  11. Cosmo-D

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    I'm looking for some screws for Pioneer C-90 as well as the remote. The part number for the screws is ABA1002.
     

     

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  12. Belvedere2

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    Finally added a PLC-590 with PA-1000 to my M-22 and C-21. Going to take my tech a little work to get going as it has some issues. Have to figure out what cart to use. I have an AT on my other deck that I like so I'll probably try that out. :banana:
     

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