Pioneer Stereo Receiver Model SX-1250

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Pioneer AM/FM stereo receiver model SX-1250. The SX-1250 was introduced in 1976 as Pioneer's top of the line receiver. It reflected Pioneer's new styling of matching silver tuning dial with white background signal strength and stereo signal meters. Puts out 160 watts per channel. It sold for $900.00 back then. Features, tone on/off which turns off the bass, treble controls, filters 30hz and 8khz, tape duplicate switch, FM muting on/off FM multipath, Adaptor on/off which allows you to hook an equalizer up etc. mic left/right inputs, two tape in/outputs, one aux input, two phono inputs, phono two switch is for both mic and phono two, modes stereo and mono, and both tuning and signal meters. Neat monster receiver.


Power Output: 160 watts per channel RMS into 8 ohms.
Harmonic Distortion: Less than 0.1%
Intermodulation Distortion: Less than 0.1%

FM Sensitivity: 1.5uV
FM Capture Ratio: 1.00
FM Harmonic Distortion Mono: <0.1%
FM Harmonic Distortion Stereo: <0.2%

Dimensions: 22 x 7.5 x 18.75
64.25 lbs

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