Pioneer Boomboxes

Pioneer Boomboxes
Pioneer Corporation is an electronics company founded in Tokyo, Japan by Nozomu Matsumoto in 1938 originally under the name Fukuin Shokai Denki Seisakusho. In 1961, they changed their name to Pioneer Electronic Corporation. Pioneer played a major role in introducing many electronics advancements like the world’s first separate stereo system, car stereo components, the Laserdisc player, first car cd player, first DVD recorder and much more. They also made some nice boomboxes, many models listed below.



Pioneer Boombox Model Numbers
CK-3
CK-11
CK-11F
CK-R5
CK-W3
CK-W50
CK-W700
CT-C9W
RK-111
RK-114
RK-444
RK-666
RK-777
RK-888
RK-999
SK-1
SK-100
SK-101
SK-11
SK-111
SK-111F
SK-200
SK-21
SK-21F
SK-210
SK-212
SK-212F
SK-222
SK-222F
SK-300
SK-300L
SK-303
SK-303L
SK-31
SK-350
SK-353
SK-353L
SK-400
SK-404L
SK-450
SK-5
SK-50
SK-51
SK-550
SK-6 – Centrex
SK-6 II
SK-60
SK-600
SK-606
SK-606L
SK-61
SK-61F
SK-650
SK-7 – Centrex
SK-7T
SK-70 – 1980, Runaway
SK-71
SK-700
SK-707L
SK-750
SK-757
SK-8
SK-80
SK-800 – 1981
SK-808
SK-900
SK-909
SK-909L
SK-95
SK-Q10
SK-Q10BK
SK-Q10RD
SK-Q10SV
STZ-D10Z-R

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