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Vintage stereo equipment
07-29-2016, 09:18 PM
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Vintage stereo equipment
Calling Chuck Laugh.
My Onkyo receiver took a dump so I pulled out my old pioneer equipment. I need to replace my pl560 turntable, where is a good place to find older equipment?
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07-29-2016, 10:23 PM
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RE: Vintage stereo equipment
My house Laugh

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07-30-2016, 12:25 AM
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RE: Vintage stereo equipment
try a pawn shop, but i have both a usb turn table and my old tecnics turn table.

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07-30-2016, 08:03 AM
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RE: Vintage stereo equipment
Sometimes you get lucky on CL. Never down here as Katrina wiped out the market for vintage gear.

Best source online about vintage audio gear is definitely AudioKarma.com. Unfortunately you have of join to see the classifieds. Have to beat the flippers to get a decent price. The 560 is pretty prized (anything with any kind of meter is treasured by the trendies).

I don't fool with late 70's era gear much any more, the market for vintage and vinyl has gotten stupid. When the trendies tire of it, it'll maybe be viable again. Honestly, it's just like classic cars, most of the good is pure nostalgia, modern gear is far, far superior. Vintage used to be a way of getting great performance on the cheap, but not at current prices.

You might reach out to Stevo as he is all into the old Pioneer stuff.
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07-30-2016, 08:30 AM (This post was last modified: 07-30-2016 08:31 AM by Williamsrt.)
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RE: Vintage stereo equipment
Thanks chuck, I will check that site. My 560 just has so many things wrong with it, it would be too costly to repair. Laugh trendies, might have to sell this set up to them. I will say the 30watts on this old pioneer is as loud as the 100 on the Onkyo?
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07-30-2016, 09:47 AM
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(07-30-2016 08:30 AM)Williamsrt Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.Thanks chuck, I will check that site. My 560 just has so many things wrong with it, it would be too costly to repair. Laugh trendies, might have to sell this set up to them. I will say the 30watts on this old pioneer is as loud as the 100 on the Onkyo?


Quality. I used to buy Onkyo stuff when I couldn't afford Pioneer, Sony or Kenwood.

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07-30-2016, 12:14 PM
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RE: Vintage stereo equipment
That newer pioneer junk was cheap around here compared to Onkyo and Yamaha. Laugh I have my first receiver some where, it's a Marantz. Winn Dixie had a catalog for employees to buy stuff with points they earned. My dad was management and we got lots of audio and video stuff.
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07-30-2016, 01:29 PM
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RE: Vintage stereo equipment
(07-30-2016 12:14 PM)Williamsrt Wrote: Please Register or Login to view links.That newer pioneer junk was cheap around here compared to Onkyo and Yamaha. Laugh I have my first receiver some where, it's a Marantz. Winn Dixie had a catalog for employees to buy stuff with points they earned. My dad was management and we got lots of audio and video stuff.

Agree about the newer Pioneer, when it and Onkyo were available at Sam's back in the 80's, that was all I needed to know. LMAO

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07-30-2016, 03:09 PM
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RE: Vintage stereo equipment
I remember when the green tint pioneer was all the rage early 80s Laugh I wanted one of those enclosed turntables.
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07-30-2016, 03:39 PM (This post was last modified: 07-30-2016 03:45 PM by IntimidatorRT.)
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RE: Vintage stereo equipment
this is my setup, been in this cabinet since I got it back in the mid 80's. still hooked and and playing. plus add a set of BOSE 201 speakers, that will still rattle the windows. all bought in Lafayette store called New Generation. dont think they are open anymore.
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