What's Pioneer in your rig?

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

  1. jozeppy26

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  2. jozeppy26

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    Hey as a 29 year old if vinyl wasn’t trendy I may have never restored this old turntable I’m using. If I never restored this old turntable I wouldn’t have fixed up this old pioneer receiver my father in law had sitting in his basement for decades. If I never fixed that up I wouldn’t have found vintage speakers and my HPM’s and, getting to the point, I’d still be using my small Bose Bluetooth speaker or my Amazon Alexa to listen to the Grateful Dead and James brown.
     
  3. White_wolf

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    Picked these up today at a local thrift store.
    $13 for the SP-700D with remote.
    $15 for the GR-777 with remote, the remote looks brand new never used.
     
  4. tater415

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    Sx-1980 I wouldn't have it any other way and sx-650 the sx-650 does not get used it is only here for decoration because it was my first real solid state stereo back in 1981
     
  5. Pal147

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    Well after searching the globe for more than 2 years I have finally found the turntable to complete my Pioneer reference collection, and what a find, it really is in 10 /10 condition and it comes with its original box!
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  6. suitekids

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    Another update, finally picked up a very nice one owner SX1250, I have my 1280 being refurbished now, I suspect I'll pass on a 1980, got too much now
     
  7. DT424

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    Just wandered by and saw this post. I recently came into possession of an SX-4 Reciever, and a CT-3 cassette deckThey are in good shape as they were owned by a doctor in my neighborhood that passed away. The family held an estate auction and I got them fairly cheap, both are in great shape.
     
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  8. damacman

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    RT-909
    PD-T07

    Both reference in every sense of the word. To say I'm a proud owner would be an understatement.
     
  9. Falstaff

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    SX 550 & an SX450 receivers
    PL115D Turntable
    CT F-900 and CT-F 755 cassette decks

    Would love to add some Pioneer speakers to the rig. Some day.
     
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  10. Mrsteele247

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    SX 1000TA (hybrid tubes and soild state)
    PL 530
    HPM 100 200w
    SA 1050
    TX 950
    CT 850
    SG 550
    CS 99A
    CS 801
    CS 77A
    In repairs
    SX 1250
    HPM 100 dealer demo pair acrylic
     
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  11. kvining

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    Nice shelves, could I ask where you got them?
     
  12. cason

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    Sanus shelving. I believe I got them from Music Direct. Don’t know if they offer them any more.
    Bob
     
  13. kvining

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    Found their whole line on Amazon. Those look like the 'Euro Shelves'.
     
  14. cason

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    They are indeed the Euro Sanus line. I’ve been very pleased with them.
     

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