I am interested in replacing my old Pioneer SX 727. It still works well but there seems to be a short or something in the selector knob. This is used solely to listen to music (CDs, vinyl and the radio).
The thing I've run into it that everything seems to be designed for home theater surround sound systems. I don't need that and don't care to pay for features I won't use. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong place.
Can someone steer me in the right direction? Do they even make what I'm looking for anymore? My music room is far away from the TV room so this won't be serving two purposes. I just want something comparable to replace my old Pioneer SX 727. Any suggestions? Thanks.
If all you are looking for is a stereo receiver all the main stream manufacturere's still make them. Just to name a few............ Denon's DRA-397 , Harman Kardon 3490 or 3380, Marantz SR4023, Yamaha R-S series of receivers and Onkyo's Tx series.