What's Pioneer in your rig?

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

  1. Jefferylu98

    Jefferylu98 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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

    captainclock Pacifist Otaku

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    Elkhart, Indiana
    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.
     
  3. montrecott

    montrecott My groove, your move Subscriber

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    Chicago
    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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  4. tater415

    tater415 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    alta loma ca
    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
     
  5. PabloX

    PabloX AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Massachusetts
    SX1080, SX1250 and an SX737 that I got recently from a neighbor. The latter will likely become my workshop system. The SX1250 is in my living room and the SX1080 is currently resting.
     
  6. danj

    danj modern primitive

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    Somewhere in Oregon
    CT-S88R cassette deck from 1986.
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  7. freQ(*)Oddio

    freQ(*)Oddio Super Member

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  8. Ustirit

    Ustirit New Member

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    Cleveland Ohio
    Picked up a Pioneer SX-737 about a month or so ago at an estate sale. The unit was paired with a set of KLH Model 6 speakers, which have recently been recapped. I've found that this is a very nice sounding amp with plenty of power for a moderately sized room.
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  9. Skylab

    Skylab Altimeter reading zero Subscriber

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    The latest addition to my Pioneer rig:

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  10. JamVal

    JamVal Super Member

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    SX-580
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  11. audio-ed

    audio-ed Well-Known Member

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    For the first time in 25 years I don't have a pioneer receiver. I have been trying to thin the herd for years now . Sold my last pioneer receiver a qx949 a while back , tough to let it go. I do have a pl- 518 turntable .
     
  12. Roumelio

    Roumelio Active Member

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    Pioneer SA-400

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  13. Wolverine

    Wolverine AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Here is a pic of my recently paired up Elite A35R Integrated amp and Elite DV 45A DVD/CD/SACD player.

    Other Pioneer gear in current use for HT;

    CLD-D504 Laser Disc player
    Elite VSX-30

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  14. fredcohiba

    fredcohiba AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Waukesha, Wisconsin
    Pioneer SX-838 in spare bedroom/listening room.
    SX-950 in basement rec-room.
    RT-707 reel to reel in office system.
    SP-FS51 speakers in main bedroom.
     
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  15. johnlcnm

    johnlcnm Member

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    DSC00698.jpg Just recap'd this old SA-9500. Pulled my pair of JBL 6332s from storage. Man! This old amp is really detailed across the spectrum, bass to brass. I can't believe how detailed this amp is! The JBLs are 4 ohm and not so easy to drive. Sounds is very very good, better then my Threshold S500/ Audio Research SP9 combo. WTF!
     
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  16. Tangerine

    Tangerine Thanks for all the fish!

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    Torrens, ACT, AUSTRALIA
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    Finally got most of my "Champagne Series" gear racked up:
    F-9
    SR-9
    RG-9
    A-9
    SG-9
    plus a
    CT-F1250

    I'm using a 19" rack sourced from a local supplier of studio music gear and cantilever 2RU shelves for all but the DT-540 that sits on a 1RU shelf.
    The turntable is a NAD 530.
    It's missing the CT-9R, but it's still out of action.

    Not yet wired up, but next will show it in action

    Cheers,

    Les
     
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  17. Emvil

    Emvil New Member

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    Hollywood, FL
    Love The Pioneer!!!
    PL-510A
    SX-780
    GR-470 (to round it off)
     
  18. DesertTwang

    DesertTwang Active Member

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    Tucson, Arizona
    My turntable is a Pioneer PL-540 that I found dusted down and forgotten in the attic of a music store, where it probably had been sitting since the 1980s. It wasn't working and the owner sold it to me for $20. I cleaned it, brought it back to life (very easy with the help from this forum), and have been enjoying my vinyl for over a year. :)
     
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  19. nerpissad

    nerpissad död åt vek punk!

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    Haarlem, the Netherlands
    I already owned a MA-62a (mixing amp), now a new addition has come along: a SX-5560 (blackfaced SX-750).
    This was previously owned by a friend of my father's who were both active in the dutch military in Germany ('70s - '90s). So this receiver was bought at the PX (most likely in Bremerhaven).
    So far I'm extremely happy with it. The SX-5560 replaces a Sansui AU-5900 which in turn replaced a Dynaco ST-70 (VTA).
     
  20. Ricktptman

    Ricktptman There are two kinds of Music: Good & Bad-Ellington Subscriber

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    Those 'tables are gonna outlive us all. VERY good designs. The 630's speed issues are a bit of a thing, but it's a relatively easy fix as long as it's a cap issue. I have two 630's, a 560 and a 514. My first true TT was a 512. Workhorses, all.
     

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