Pioneer Stereo Receiver Model SX-1000TW

Stereo Receiver Information:

Pioneer AM/FM stereo receiver model SX-1000TW. Was introduced in the 1960s. Rated at 50 watts per channel. Pioneer's first solid state receiver ever. Features, loudness on/off, high and low filters on/off, AFC on/off, muting on/off, two tape in/outputs, two phono and one aux input, a tuning meter, and separate bass and treble controls.


      Power Output:
25 watts per channel RMS into 8 ohms, 27 watts into 4 ohms.
      Harmonic Distortion: Less than 0.5%
      Intermodulation Distortion: Less than 0.5%
      Power Bandwidth: 5Hz to 60kHz
      Damping Factor: >35
      Residual Hum and Noise: >0.5mV

      FM Sensitivity: 1.9uV
      FM Signal to Noise Ratio: 70dB
      IF Rejection: 90dB
      Spurious Rejection: 75dB
      Harmonic Distortion Mono: <0.2%
      Harmonic Distortion Stereo: <0.4%
      Stereo Separation: >40dB

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