AM/FM Stereo Receiver (1972-1973)
The SX-727 is a sensitive AM/FM stereo receiver with up to 195 watts of power into 4 ohms, two tape monitor circuits, linear FM dial scale and supreme versatility.
Upper range power output, unusual FM selectivity and sensitivity and the versatility of units costing much, much more - the SX-727 stereo receiver from Pioneer puts together all of these hi-fi virtues and offers the music enthusiast a new high in stereo value.
Versatility is the keynote of this attractively-designed unit - the SX-727 handles up to two tape decks, two turntables, three pairs of speaker systems and a microphone.
Its sensitive FM section is loaded with the very latest of solid state circuitry - the better to offer distortion-free reception.
Its direct-coupled power amplifier circuitry means a wide power bandwidth and superb frequency response.
And the unit puts out up to 195 watts of music power (at 4 ohms), more than enough to fill a large room with great sound.
Tuning range: FM, MW
Power output: 37 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)
Frequency response: 7Hz to 80kHz
Total harmonic distortion: 0.5%
Damping factor: 40
Input sensitivity: 2.7mV (mic), 3mV (MM), 200mV (DIN), 200mV (line)
Signal to noise ratio: 85dB (MM), 95dB (line)
Output: 200mV (line), 35mV (DIN)
Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 16Ω
Semiconductors: 4 x FET, 4 x IC, 55 x transistors, 34 x diodes
Dimensions: 485 x 150 x 390mm
Accessories: FM T-type antenna
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Submitted by tdelpozz
Works as well as the day I first purchased it in 1973 or so. Excellent versatility and sound.
Submitted by J_R_S
A sweet-sounding integrated receiver loaded with flexibility and options. The specs are top notch and if 37 real watts into 8 ohms per channel isn't enough for you, try getting more efficient speakers. Worth doing a full restoration on. The only slight negative: it uses those funny proprietary plugs Pioneer fooled around with for a few years to hook the speakers into the back of the unit -- but you can't have everything and it's easy to hack one of those plugs together out of an extension cord replacement plug that has screws to open the shell. Even today, the FM Stereo reception from the tuner is outstanding.
Submitted by gertvwee
This pioneer receiver is a very good sounding receiver. Very sensitive FM reception.