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Old 2nd May 2007, 06:45 AM   #1
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Old 3rd May 2007, 12:26 AM   #2
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Ooh, Shiny...... Never had a problem recognising Pioneer during the silver faced era. Hated having to clean them when they came in for service. Looked impressive when done though.
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Nice amp in it's day. Stacks of headroom. It'll probably go for another 30 years. I've got it's baby brother here, the SA-5500 11. Not as well presented as your SA-9800? and only those IC power modules. OK as a test amp though, and no flouro display.
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Hated having to clean them when they came in for service. Looked impressive when done though.


did you work for lance and stan?

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Old 18th May 2007, 04:57 PM   #6
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A Fisher 500-C sold for $369 in 1964. That seems like chump change today, but in 1964, $2368 bought you a brand spanking new Ford Mustang (the 1964 New York Auto Show was the pony car's debut). Collector-condition Mustangs now trade for between $10,000 and $15,000. A mint, low-hours 500-C rarely goes for more than $600.
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