Pioneer Stereo Receiver Model SX-950

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Pioneer AM/FM stereo receiver model SX-950. The SX-950 was introduced in 1976 - 1977. Rated at 85 watts RMS per channel into 8 ohms and 110 watts RMS into 4 ohms. It replace the SX-939. Like the other receivers introduced during this time, the SX-980 received the silver treatment with white power and stereo reception meters. Sold for $600 back then. Features, separate bass and treble controls with turnover switches from 200hz and 400hz bass, 5k and 25k treble, also tone on/off FM Mpx filter and muting on/off switches, low and high filters on/off, two tape in/outputs, duplicate switch, adaptor switch that enables you to add an equalizer etc. two phono inputs and one aux input, phono two selector is also the mic selector, mode stereo and mono, loudness on/off, mic input, muting switch, and both signal and tuning meters. Notice the models ending with 80 has the black face meters, along with the power watts meters. The models ending with 50 has the white face meters and doesn't have the power watts meters. Kenwood and Pioneers tuner face are the same.

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