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Pioneer SA-720
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Pioneer SA-720

Hi-Fi Amplifier from Pioneer belonging to the SA series

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Pioneer SA-720Published on 08/12/08 at 13:00
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Very good amp nothing to say on just a slight lack of power das adjusting  bass!

the relative al'norme acute setting for
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lewkeylewkey

Pioneer SA-720Published on 10/20/08 at 12:31
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It comes from a HiFi enssemble my father (Cassettes, Tuner, Vinyl) except that the cassette player is dead (mechanical stops).

this is a great vintage amp, I use it for the computer, on a plate as MiniDisc and waking (see below). It is connected to two speakers m32i Mission, and the driver perfectly.

The only thing that bothers me is that if we use the output to return to Tape 2 Tape 2 (mode equalizer), there is noise on the output of sector 2 Tape! but it did not when it is switched internally, so I remain switched internally.

to plug into the computer, I prefer to connect without contact, so I use the optical output of the PC and a small optical or coaxial DNA that plugs in...…
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It comes from a HiFi enssemble my father (Cassettes, Tuner, Vinyl) except that the cassette player is dead (mechanical stops).

this is a great vintage amp, I use it for the computer, on a plate as MiniDisc and waking (see below). It is connected to two speakers m32i Mission, and the driver perfectly.

The only thing that bothers me is that if we use the output to return to Tape 2 Tape 2 (mode equalizer), there is noise on the output of sector 2 Tape! but it did not when it is switched internally, so I remain switched internally.

to plug into the computer, I prefer to connect without contact, so I use the optical output of the PC and a small optical or coaxial DNA that plugs in CAR (it's optical isolation, the electronics are reconaîtront! ).

as it is plugged into a remote and a programmer, I use that time clock (it takes me usually decibels to wake me up!) thanks to the automatic reading of the drive is much MD.Le better than the Radio alarm clocks! on the other hand, for now, obviously I use an alarm clock, but it serves me just look at the time.

already used for the amps I had a sony amp for the HC (STR-DE598), but I replaced it with a Onkyo (NR-906) better (c not all the same line! plus the price difference.)
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{dire straits}{dire straits}

Pioneer SA-720Published on 02/21/09 at 01:42
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I have used it for 5 years in a small studio that has a good record maison.It has high power, I use it with two speakers intacte.Ce mercurial he can be blamed is to have a sound " Gross. It supports diverse Absorbed power of another hi-fi system (which has excellent sound numrique) and shuffled the two is a rgal ^ ^
I got it free and it never does my dcu, yet how many times I reached the crest ...
The amp itself does not deteriorate and is taking aps really getting old, it has a nice vintage facade but sturdy but the thing is the sound quality is not comparable to what is being done TODAY 'Today ... with good speaker and good crossover is enough fun ^ ^
I have not had a penny for...…
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I have used it for 5 years in a small studio that has a good record maison.It has high power, I use it with two speakers intacte.Ce mercurial he can be blamed is to have a sound " Gross. It supports diverse Absorbed power of another hi-fi system (which has excellent sound numrique) and shuffled the two is a rgal ^ ^
I got it free and it never does my dcu, yet how many times I reached the crest ...
The amp itself does not deteriorate and is taking aps really getting old, it has a nice vintage facade but sturdy but the thing is the sound quality is not comparable to what is being done TODAY 'Today ... with good speaker and good crossover is enough fun ^ ^
I have not had a penny for adpenser this amp have a choice ... if it sells below 80 in a flea market I redeemed Althoughthe that refuses to make the soul ^ ^
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  • Manufacturer: Pioneer
  • Model: SA-720
  • Series: SA
  • Category: Hi-Fi Amplifiers
  • Added in our database on: 08/14/2008

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