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#1 of 4 bigtank

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Posted September 06 2009 - 08:12 AM

 I have a pioneer SX-7, i want to know what everyone thinks about this receiver.  Is it good/bad/ok?

Also i was wondering if i could hook up a sub to it.  I thought that i might be able to route a sub through the tape rec RCA outputs.

Right now i have 2 bose interaudio 6000s running on it but i have 2 1977 bose 301s that i would rather run but they dont produce good enough low feq.


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Posted September 06 2009 - 08:24 AM

Sure you can add a sub.  Get a sub with high level inputs and crossover (very common).  You run the speaker wire from the receiver to the sub.  The speakers get connected to the sub.


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Posted September 06 2009 - 03:34 PM

 actually it is a SX-6 not SX-7, for some reason i was mistaken

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Posted September 06 2009 - 04:00 PM

Grant,

Not sure why your other thread was closed, so I'll try to answer you question here....

For $500 I'd look at SVS.  The PB10-NSD will work with your current setup or a new one. 

For receivers, if you are happy with the one you have, there is no reason to get a new one (unless you need modern features for decoding blu-ray or routing HDMI cables).  Now in your case, it seems the receiver was made in the early 80's (as least that's what I found with Google).  Maybe it is time to replace it... /img/vbsmilies/htf/biggrin.gif





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