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Pioneer CT-656 markII
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Pioneer CT-656 markII

Cassette Deck from Pioneer belonging to the CT series.

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Pioneer CT-656 markIIPublié le 11/30/03 à 09:48
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I have since 1991. Systm J'apprcie the heads of three to replay during recording,
and the possibility of SETTING THE prmagntisation the DOLBY BC NR prsence the HX PRO.
This is my platinum Premire K7. I pay 2200Fr. No problem I would do the same choice.
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  • Manufacturer: Pioneer
  • Model: CT-656 markII
  • Series: CT
  • Category: Cassette Decks
  • Added in our database on: 11/30/2003

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