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  1. #1
    Join Date: Sep 2009

    Location: Bournemouth

    Posts: 3,627
    I'm Dan.

    Default Beautiful Pioneer SA 6300

    Hello Guys

    Just thought i would post this yesterday whilst looking online the above Pioneer came up in a free section of gumtree so an email later and a trip over to Poole this little gem was in the car and home we come Very heavy for its size and also quite rare but in need a clean "Pot" and service - tested and working.

    This is going in the collection after I've got it thoroughly checked over

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    Main System: Musical Fidelity E100 Amplifier & Musical Fidelity E50 Tuner & Pioneer PD S505 Precision CD Player & Castle Tyne MK1 Speakers + Linn Interconnects & Van Den Hul The Wind hybrid Speaker Cable
    Vinyl -
    Rega Planer 2 with Rega Britain Green 250 Tonearm & Upgraded Van Den Hul Oil Bearing & Ortofon Super OM-10 & Roksan R Mat 5.

    Second System:
    Technics - SU-C909U Pre Amplifier & SE-A909S Power Amplifier & Technics ST-GT 1000 Tuner & Yamaha CDX 860 RS CD player & Thorens TD-125 MK1 Turntable & SME 3009 Series 1 & Shure V15 Type II Cartridge & SME 2000 Plinth & Dali Zensor 1 Speakers.

    Extra:
    Fatman Carbon Hybrid Valve Amplifier - Realistic Minimus 7 Speakers - TV - Vevo & Sony CDP-M205 CD Player

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    Join Date: Jun 2012

    Location: Portsmouth, UK

    Posts: 52
    I'm Steve.

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    Nice. My flatmate used to have the SA-9300, which was an awesome and huge bit of kit.

    I found a previous generation Pioneer SX-450 receiver in a wet skip the other week. Must be late seventies. I let it dry out and IT ALL WORKS! Even the lightbulbs.

    Like you say, the switches and knobs could do with some switch spray. But they're not bad either.

    All this mystifies me slightly, because I thought those old wet electrolytic capacitors dry out eventually. So far so good.

    And soundwise, it's faultless. Here's to freebies. And BTW, no problem with newer CD level into auxiliary. I don't think CD output is actually any different from the old tape deck standards. I checked my Rotel schematic, and AUX and CD go into the same opamp.

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