AM/FM Stereo Receiver
Tuning range: FM, MW
Power output: 20 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 5Hz to 100kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.3%
Damping factor: 25
Input sensitivity: 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 73dB (MM), 90dB (line)
Output: 150mV (line)
Speaker load impedance: 4Ω (minimum)
Semiconductors: 3 x FET, 5 x IC, 17 x transistors, 29 x diodes
Dimensions: 435 x 144.5 x 314mm
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Reviewed May 26th, 2015 by TubesGalore
I found mine in an antique shop at a very reasonable price. I wasn't expecting much but I was pleasantly surprised at the build quality, sound and most of all its sensitivity. I get excellent reception using a simple dipole antenna. If you don't need a 150 watts per channel (wpc) to drive monster stadium speakers then this may be the gem for you.
Reviewed Jun 26th, 2014 by squidcalender
Hi there, so this little Pioneer is my first Hi - fi reciver, and I just wanted to say some things about it. The sound is excelent, and you would be hard to find a new unit for under $100 that was even close. That said, it was a little low on power. My inital setup had two small bookshelf speakers. These worked great, and it definatly had more power than the speakers could take. I then upgraded to an old pair of rtr IV model B (which are huge, ineficent speakers). These, were a bit much. To drive the speakers at my listening volume it was pushing 20watts, and that was too close for clipping for my comfort (although, it still sounded great). Now, I am getting a bigger reciver for my main setup, and the pioneer will rejoin the bookshelfs in a bedroom. So, if you plan to power some newer , efficent, bookshelfs this pioneer gives you the vintage sound, without the cost.