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Pioneer SC-75 9.2-Channel Network Ready, Class D3 Elite AV Receiver (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 4K Ultra HD Up scaling and Pass-through
  • THX Select2 Plus Certified Class D3
  • Ultra-High performance Audio SABRE32 DAC
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Technical Details

Size: SC-75
  • Brand Name: Pioneer
  • Model Number: SC-75
  • Color: Black

Product Description

Size: SC-75

For those who want more realism in their home entertainment experience, we introduce the Elite SC-75 AV Receiver, featuring Class D3 amplifiers. The SC-75 delivers remarkable fidelity, effortless connectivity, and abundant power. Step up to an Elite home theater experience.

Product Information

Size:SC-75
Product Dimensions 20.7 x 20.7 x 11.8 inches
Item Weight 37.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 37.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Pioneer
ASIN B00DQYBV1E
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Item model number SC-75
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4.4 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #455 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > AV Receivers & Amplifiers
Date first available at Amazon.com July 2, 2013

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Size: SC-75
I replaced an older Elite with this and could not be more pleased.

12 HDMI ports, excellent DACs.

Instead of 9.2 I am running a 7.2 Bi Amped config and its sounds fantastic. Beautiful dialog and very warm movie presentation.

iPad based manual is excellent.

Well worth it.
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I have owned this receiver for approximately 6 months now and the 5 stars really do say it all! I love it!!! I upgraded to this receiver (Pioneer Elite SC-75) from a Yamaha RX-V61. Audio from music sources (iPod, Pandora, CDs, etc.) through the Yamaha was absolutely fantastic!!! However, the audio from video (mostly Bluray) sources was a little bit too shrill for my ears and I wanted a little bit more uniform power delivered to my speakers. I am currently running my SC-75 in a 7.2 setup (Front High). This receiver is powering modified Polk Monitor 60 tower speakers (Front R/L) and a modified Polk CS2 (Center) (all three have been upgraded with high quality components to improve the internal crossover networks as well as upgraded midrange woofers and tweeters), Polk Monitor 30's (series II) (Front High R/L), Kipsch surrounds (Rear R/L) and two subwoofers (Dayton Audio SUB-100 and a Polk PSW12). I have also split one of the SUB OUT channels to shoot the LFE channel to an external amp powering two tactile transducers (AuraSound AST-2B-4 Pro Bass Shakers) wired into my couch. From the receiver to the speakers I am using custom 10 Gauge (indeed overkill) cables I constructed just prior to purchasing this receiver and the receiver itself is connected to a Panamax M5300-PM line conditioner/surge protector.

I want to note that I DID NOT purchase this through Amazon, though I wish I had. I purchased it through Big B. It was on sale at one of their "flower" centers for the price that it is now listed at here on Amazon. I just want to say, this is the last time I will ever purchase anything that Big B is required to ship... ANYWHERE!!! Whether it be to my door or directly to the store, never again.
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I had a 3 year old mid priced pioneer vsx-1021k and decided to go for the elite. Figured what's the point of having a bunch of Polk's high end speakers without a high end reciever. This thing is a night and day difference from my other pioneer. Sounds are crisp yet warm and it has plenty of power. Tons of ways to set up and tweak to anyone's personal preferences. Set up is easy but dose take a couple of days of playing around with to tweak every little thing just the way you want or thinks sounds best. All in all worth every penny!!!
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From the perspective of the sound and video delivered, this is an excellent receiver. The fact that it is Class-D allows it to run full blast without throwing off much heat (great when you stuff it in an entertainment center). Video performance is top notch, up-scaling is excellent with very few artifacts (I had to struggle to pick them out, then I wasn't sure if they were due to the source)

Construction quality is top class. I would have given this receiver five stars excepting that it is short on analog inputs and there is no phono capability (not a big problem nowadays since most turntables come with phono amps). It is clearly a receiver designed for the digital world; if you have a bunch of legacy devices that you want to connect to this receiver, you will be caught short. It has enough HDMI ports however to keep most modern users happy.

Two big weaknesses; the receiver's remote and the user manual. The remote might be the worst I have ever used, the ergonomics are just terrible, especially since the designers crammed so much option-able capability into this receiver. On top of that the user manual has to be one of the worst I've used too. It is clearly a not-so-great translation from Japanese and crams two portrait pages into one landscape page. Plus it only comes as an addition to the setup CD. Yep you can zoom in on the page, but that makes it even harder to follow the context.

The receiver's setup program is very good, and easy to use, and allows the user a great deal of flexibility in choosing configurations, crossovers, equalization, etc (and changing it if you want to). The rear panel is very nicely designed and laid-out; the fact that all of the speaker connections are in a row makes it easy to connect speaker wires (even in tight spots).
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By me on August 6, 2013
Size: SC-72
Has met my expectations tremendously, and in my opinion has blown the Denon receiver I purchased last year out of the water. My only real complaint so far is that when my iPod is connected it takes a couple minutes for the receiver to recognize it, and that is something that I feel should be nearly automatic, especially for a top quality receiver such as the SC-72. Otherwise I would have given it a 5 star rating. I am very happy with my purchase.
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Size: SC-75
Picked this receiver up to replace an SC-61 that I enjoyed using, just looking for a few extras such as more power, better DACs, and other bells and whistles. I have a B&W speaker system consisting of two CM8s, a CMC, and a pair of B&W 686s for surround duty. Although the effects of Bi-Amping are often questioned, I find that doing so with the CM8's gives them a sense of greater air and soundstage and do so with the SC-75.

With my old SC-61 the sound was often clinical, precise, detailed, and cold. I'm not saying this is bad! For certain types of music this is fine, but for others I felt I was lacking depth to the sound stage and the mid-range and upper bass was not defined well enough. For movies the SC-61 was an amazing performer with plenty of power to spare and a sense of dynamics that was incredible. The SC-61 was great for the money (especially with movies) and I wondered if the SC-75 could top it enough to justify the price tag.

The answer is yes, the SC-75 is worth the money. I noticed right off the bat an increase in sound stage. The sound was fuller, stretching across my 5.1 setup in my 12X10 room with ease. This was especially noted in 2 channel stereo, listening to both CDs and SACDs. The cold clinical sound of the '61 was replaced by a lush warm mid-range that still had definition in the higher registers and an increased definition in the upper bass. If I had to describe the sound of the SC-75 it would be neutral to warm, which fits quite well with my B&W setup.

Setup was tough. If you want good sound from this receiver, you have to be willing to go the extra mile with the calibration. MCACC generally will not sound its best using the "full auto" calibration setup.
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