What's Pioneer in your rig?

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

  1. oldschoolroc

    oldschoolroc New Member

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    First acquired a SX-1010. Then the bug bit and it went crazy after that.​
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    PL112D, SX1010, RT-707, SG-9500, CT F-8282

    Recently found a SX-650 that needed love.
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    And then I just had to have one more RT-707.

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    It works good just needed a good cleaning and a new counter belt.

    And then 3 of the old pioneer headphones, 2 SE-505,1 SE-50.
    That's what's Pioneer in my collection.:music:
     
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  2. JamVal

    JamVal Super Member

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    New acquisition - SE-20A Headphones.
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  3. slayer44

    slayer44 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Currently...all restored. Soon to be a SPEC 2 added to the family.
     

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  4. aileenamegan

    aileenamegan Super Member

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    Very impressing rack - wow.
     
  5. slayer44

    slayer44 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Thanks!...I don't think it looks very good in the shelves, but I am working on making a custom rack system to look like the old school days. Original Pioneer racks and handles are going for crazy money. But it sounds great. I guess thats what counts, right?
     
  6. aileenamegan

    aileenamegan Super Member

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    Absolutely - sound counts. Everything else - looks/appearance of the rack - is on top. And it doesn't look bad at all, very technical:thumbsup:
     

     

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  7. slayer44

    slayer44 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Thanks Aileenamegan...always a work in progress. I really like the reel to reel. It is fun to play with. Makes me feel like a 50's NASA scientist working on an Apollo mission!..awesome sound too. (Cue up Rocketman)
     
  8. Pal147

    Pal147 Member

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    Took delivery of these today to add to my Pioneer collection ( Pioneer S-2EX), the only item I now need is a turntable and that is the Pioneer PL-90 so if anyone has one they wish to sell please let me know.
    As for these speakers they are the best finish on a speaker I have ever seen and they are very heavy and solid, looking forward to connecting them up as I have never heard a TAD drive or Beryllium dual-concentric tweeter before and which I understand are quite rare on speakers.
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  9. Rod Smith

    Rod Smith New Member

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    Currently listing to a Pioneer MU-41 with an AudioTechnica MkII Tone Arm and AT120e-g cartridge.

    I'm halfway through restoring a Pioneer PL-41 and SM83 Tube Amplifier that will be a backup to the MU-41, this will give me a chance to "play" with different cartridges and maybe fit up a Syrinx PU2 Tome arm that is also being re-lifed.
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  10. ohiomike

    ohiomike AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    I sold my SX 636, but still have a nice SX 434 as well as a recent pickup, a TX 7500. Both are untouched but play like they were new.
     
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  11. Kangurek

    Kangurek New Member

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    PL 600
    TX 608
    RG 2
    SR 303
    SG 9800
    SA 8500 II
    CT F1250
     

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  12. tanker 200

    tanker 200 Well-Known Member

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    We moved into a rental recently while looking for something else, This gave me a chance to move things around and take some things out of storage. Here's a mostly Pioneer system that's in a small bedroom/storage room.

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    SX-750, PL-10, SR-202, QL-600, JVC SEA-10, Onkyo TA-630D, Yamaha CDX-550, And ESS Tempests and Mini Monitors
     
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  13. montrecott

    montrecott Grits, gravy and groove Subscriber

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    There are some very good reviews of those online.... Would love to hear a pair someday.
     
  14. oldsansui

    oldsansui Active Member

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    Picked up SA-8800
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  15. 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
     
  16. 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.
     

     

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  17. John401

    John401 Member

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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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  18. SofaKing

    SofaKing Member

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    Thanks John401, those look awesome. Great woodworking skills.
    Larry
     
  19. 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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  20. 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.
     

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