Beautiful very well functioning vintage Pioneer receiver with wooden case - type SX-450 - year 1976

Beautiful very well functioning vintage Pioneer receiver with wooden case - type SX-450 - year 1976
In good condition with minor non-disturbing signs of wear

This is a perfectly functioning vintage Pioneer turntable type PL-112D in very good condition.
This receiver with wooden case is from 1976 and is completely checked and serviced when necessary by a specialist in the field of Hifi and Audio.
Everything works perfectly and this beautiful receiver has multiple connections both on the front and on the back of the device.
The beautifully brushed aluminium front panel is virtually undamaged and the buttons on the front panel are in near mint condition as well.
The receiver will very easily receive stations in stereo and that was at my home with a simple two wire power cable (picture 15), it is also possible to connect an antenna to the receiver with a coax cable.

Specifications Pioneer receiver type SX-450:

Country: Japan.
Manufacturer / brand: Sony Corporation; Tokyo.
Year: 1976.
Category: Broadcast Receiver - or post-WW2
Tuner Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors).
Main principle super-heterodyne (super in general)
Wave bands: Broadcast (BC) and FM or UHF.
Details of power type and voltage AC power supply / 110; 120; 220; 240 volts speaker - this model requires external speaker(s).
Output 30 watts (undistorted).
Material: various materials.
Shape: bookshelf.
Dimensions (WHD): 448 x 141 x 307 mm / 17.6 x 5.6 x 12.1 inches.
Notes: Stereo AM/FM receiver. 15 watts per channel RMS at 8 ohm.
Front connections: headphone, microphone.
Connections on the back: antennas; FM 75 ohms unbalanced, FM 300 ohms balanced, grounded and AM.
Input; phono and aux. tape; rec, play and re c /play.
Connections for 2 pair of speakers.
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 8.6 kg / 18 lb 15.1 oz (18.943 lb).
Price first year of sales 488.00.

Lot details
Type of Equipment
Stereo receiver
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