The Pioneer TX-900 is a tuner. It was manufactured from 1969 to 1972. In 1972 its price was $260.
TAC (October 20, 2011): It is related to the TX-90. It is a stereo, FM and MW tuner. This tuner has an analog display.
- David Ortega (February 14, 2006):
- 1 75ohm bnc
- 1 75ohm dipole connection
- 1 300ohm connection
- 1 am connection
- separate output levels for am and fm
- fm mono and fm stereo
- adjustable muting
- analog signal strength meters
- analog dial
Most Pioneer model names can have the addition -S or -K. This stands for:
-S (silver vesion)
-K (black version)
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