Pioneer

SX-525

Radio Receiver, Amplifier, Integrated

Main Details
Maker Pioneer Brand
Function
Made In Japan
Date Produced 1972-1974
Power Source 120v
Notes In 1972 Pioneer introduced the SX-525 and continued production up until around 1974. The SX-525 is a low to medium powered receiver designed for those on a budget. Pioneer's advertising language at the time stated:

Stereo on a budget can have a lot of the power and a lot of the frills of very expensive stereo, as this superlative new AM/FM receiver from Pioneer so amply proves.
Additional Specifications
Watts Per Channel 17
Connections
Phono In RCA (Phono, Cinch)
Auxilaury In RCA (Phono, Cinch)
Tape 1 Monitor RCA (Phono, Cinch)
Tape 1 Record RCA (Phono, Cinch)
Tape 2 Monitor RCA (Phono, Cinch)
Tape 2 Record RCA (Phono, Cinch)
Ground Binding Post
Tape 1 Rec/PB DIN
Speaker x 4 Other
Microphone In 1/4" Phone Jack (6.35mm)
AC Outlet Other
AC Outlet (Switching) Other
Controls
Speakers/Power Rotary Switch Power Off - Speaker A - Speaker Off - Speaker B - Speaker A+B
Bass Rotary Switch Min - Flat - Max
Treble Rotary Switch Min - Flat - Max
Balance Rotary Pot Left - Norm. - Right
Volume Rotary Pot
Loudness Latching Push Switch
FM Muting Latching Push Switch
Tape Monitor 1 Latching Push Switch
Tape Monitor 2 Latching Push Switch
Mono/Stereo Latching Push Switch

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