Pioneer SR-101 Stereo Reverb Unit

Here's another unique oldie. Pioneer (the Hi-Fi Stereo folks) made this unit back in the early 1970s.
It's an all tube Stereo Reverb Unit. Their model number was SR-101.

It is very clean, quiet and can handle signals from a variety of sources; instrument up to line level.

It's 12.5" long, 8.5" wide and 4.5" tall. The power cord is about 6' long and has a 2 prong plug.
It weighs about 5lbs.

The box is in great shape with only minor stains. The input & output configurations are printed
right on the back panel as shown below in the Back View picture.

I used a Sennheiser 421 mic into a Sony MX-8 mixer out to the SR-101 and from the SR-101 to a
Tascam cassette deck. To hear the result Click Here.

A solid and very useful piece of analog tube history, asking $150. In the U.S., please give me your
zip code so that I can estimate and then split shipping costs. Outside the U.S. buyer pays for
shipping and insurance.

Back View


Showing the RCA Phono input and output jacks and the input output configurations. Check the
Back Panel Detail pictures below.

The Guts

There's an internal fuse to the right of the transformer and a 115/230 voltage selector switch
next to the fuse.

Back Panel Detail