Introduced in 1974 and the RT-1011L was a three head/four track deck that could take the larger ten-inch reels as well as standard 7" reels. It was equipped with three motors and the reels were belt driven. All Pioneer's open reel decks manufactured between 1973 and 1975 employed synchronous hysteresis motors. The frequency response was 30-20kHz. . The RT-1011 remained in production from 1974 to 1978.
Type: 4-track, 2-channel recording and playback.
Heads 3 Total:
Motors 3 Total:
Maximum Reel Size: 10.5 in (26cm)
Tape Speed - 2 Speeds:
9.5cm/s (3-3/4ips) +/-0.5%
ElectroVoice E-V1144 Intregrated Amplifier (~1965)
The Electro Voice E-V1144 is small, but it packs a punch. It's rated at 65 watts per channel into 4 ohms, and 50 watts into 8 ohms. There's everything else you would expect on an integrated amplifier as well, such as inputs for a turntable, tuner and an auxillary input. There's a loudness switch, as well as adjustable treble and bass. The on/off switch is intgrated into the volume control.
Speaker and RCA inputs are located on the underside of the unit, at the rear. When plugged in, the cables stow away neatly.
This one is for sale for $120. Just contact us for more details.
Setton RS-440 Receiver
Pioneer, Marantz, Sansui and Yamaha all rivalled to build and market the best receivers during the 1970's, but there were also lesser known brands that made equipment every bit as good - and sometimes better. This Setton receiver may be one of those. The RS-440 uses a direct coupled, OCR amplifier design, that puts out a very conservatively rated 55 watts per channel.
There are many other nice features as well, such as an IEC power socket on the back, machined metal knobs, and a distinctive rose colored tuner windows. There are indicator lights for heat, clipping, and the protection circuit for the speakers.
This Setton RS-440 is sold! Check ebay listings after the break.
Sony STR-222 Receiver
This 1970's Sony silver face receiver features a nice, real wood veneered wood case, metal knobs, a glass dial. It's simply to use with AM/FM stereo and inputs for a turntable (ceramic or magnetic) tape and an auxiliary source. The volume knob is split so each channel's volume can be controlled separately, or when turned together, the volume in the right and left channel increase simultaneously.
This Sony STR-222 is SOLD. It will be shipped with speaker cables, antenna cables and with another box to protect the original box. Contact us for more details.