What's Pioneer in your rig?

Discussion in 'Pioneer Audio' started by sandt38, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. oldsansui

    oldsansui Active Member

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    Picked up SA-8800
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  2. Kangurek

    Kangurek New Member

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    It's gorgeous. Where did you buy it from. I was looking on ebay for months and I couldn't find this exact model
     
  3. oldsansui

    oldsansui Active Member

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    Thank you, I got this Pioneer from local classifieds.
    And picked it up very quickly, I was lucky. You do not see this type very often, you're right.
    On ebay it is usually rare and more expensive.
     
  4. John401

    John401 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Sorry for the delay. The stands are reproductions of JBL stands. My woodworker son makes them among a lot of other things. I'll post a pic..... Speaker stands.jpg
     
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  5. SofaKing

    SofaKing New Member

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    Thanks John401, those look awesome. Great woodworking skills.
    Larry
     
  6. Jefferylu98

    Jefferylu98 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Pioneer 580/680/780/880/1080 (2) 1280 (2) 1980 / 450/850/950/1250 sg-9500 eq IMG_1692.JPG
     
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  7. captainclock

    captainclock Pacifist Otaku

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    I have a Pioneer SX-1000 TD Stereo Receiver in my bedroom hooked up to a set of Bose 501's and some vintage Utah's of unknown model number, and then my LCD Projector rig has a Pioneer TX-6200 Tuner that is mated with a Hitachi IA-600 amplifier.
     
  8. montrecott

    montrecott My groove, your move Subscriber

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    I recently picked up a TX-9100 to go with my SA-8100 which is powering system 2. I just had a tech clean and align the 9100. I really like the sound of it, and I think it looks pretty good, too. To me it says "Seventies stereo."

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    TX-9100.jpg
     
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  9. tater415

    tater415 New Member

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    I have the sx-650 which was my first real stereo back in the day , then a few years ago I bought the sx-1980. then more recently I parked the sx-1980 and bought a spec 1 preamp which is being powered by 2 Altec 9440 amps for my main system
     

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