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Pioneer TX-D1000

FM/AM Digital Synthesised Tuner (1979-81)

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Pioneer TX-D1000


The TX-D1000 is a slim, attractive digital synthesizer tuner with the equivalent of 4 gangs, 2 ceramic filters and one IF bandwidth.

It was Pioneer's first digital tuner and the only one designed to match their other vintage equipment.


Type: Mono/Stereo Tuner

Tuning Bands: FM, MW

Tuning Scale: Digital

FM Tuning Range: 87.55 to 108 MHz

MW Tuning Range: 531 to 1602 kHz

Sensitivity: 1.9uV (FM), 300uV (MW)

Signal to Noise Ratio: 70dB (FM), 45dB (MW)

Distortion: 0.25% (FM)

Selectivity: 60dB (FM), 30dB (MW)

Frequency response: 20Hz to 15kHz (FM)

Output: 650mV (FM), 200mV (MW)

Semiconductors: 8 x FET, 15 x IC, 45 x transistors, 103 x diodes

Dimensions: 420 x 97 x 335.5mm

Weight: 5kg


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