AM/FM Stereo Receiver (1980-81)
The Pioneer SX-3700 is an AM/FM stereo receiver featuring digital, quartz-servo locked tuning.
Tuning range: FM, MW
Power output: 45 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 10Hz to 100kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.02%
Damping factor: 40
Input sensitivity: 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 79dB (MM), 95dB (line)
Output: 150mV (line)
Dimensions: 480 x 145 x 364mm
Accessories: FM T-type antenna
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Reviewed Jul 27th, 2016 by Escfrmnyc
Forgot about this one. In a box in storage. Almost new. Just one speaker light is bad. otherwise almost new AND sounds great.
Reviewed Jan 10th, 2016 by rickb26
I purchased a 3700 used from Ebay. Normally I just don't like to purchase anything used, but my old Fisher 514 was wore out it just wasn't worth fixing, and I just didn't like the black faced plastic that they have been selling since the early 80's. Now the SX 3700 is one of the nicest stereo receivers that I have ever listen too. It has two tape inputs, one aux, and a phono input. It also has a digital readout on the tuner, as was as an analog dial. This is the machine that started the transition from real stereo receivers to the plastic junk sold today. This machine also has A&B speaker connections, so that you could connect up to 4 speakers. I only spent $118.00 including shopping, back in the day ( 1980-1982) these sold for about $375 . It delivers 45 watts per channel. This was the first of the upper tier receivers in the flouroscan product line. Both the power meter and the FM meter are blue fluorescent displays. This is also the first receiver in this line to have a 2nd row of buttons, and it was the first receiver to use the famous lever switches , although it still used a rotary switch for the on-off. The biggest downfall to these receivers is that when the push button lights go out, or when the rotary switches need cleaning, you must remove the entire front interior and exterior face plate. This machine is so nice cosmetically that you will just love the look, with its nice shinny aluminum surfaces. I would recommend a dust cloth be place over the top when not in use because the vent on this receiver goes across the entire top center of the machine... and as we all know dust is the worst enemy of electronics... so keep it clean and it will last you for years....
Reviewed Mar 05th, 2015 by lodub78
A beautiful retro receiver...get one!
Reviewed Dec 21st, 2014 by arronmason619
Pioneer SX-3700 from 1980-81, has a very good
FM-Stereo tuner and powerful DC amp that really
rocks with no audible distortion.