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Pioneer Car Audio. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1986) Pioneer Truck Stereo System KEH-5151. Cassette Receiver. Maxxial Speakers. Free Ray-Ban Wayfarer sunglasses with any purchase of KEH-5151 or KEH-9191 and a set of TS-X20, TS-1080, TS-1625, TS-875, or TS-468 speakers. (1984) Pioneer High-Power Supertuner III. Because the music matters. (1983) Pioneer Supertuner Shirley Muldowney. Three-time NHRA World Champion, Shirley Muldowney, has only one regret about racing in her Top Fuel Dragster. She can't listen to her Pioneer Supertuner for the 5.57 seconds or so she's roaring down the dragstrip. (1980) Pioneer Bob Sharp Datsun 280ZX. Paul Newman inside. Of course it's Possible to get Great FM Sound in your car without a Pioneer System. Cars move and radio stations don't. So the farther you get from the station, the weaker the signal becomes. Which is why you should go out of your way to equip your car with a new Pioneer sound system. Pioneer continues to prove in road tests against the highest quality tuners currently on the market. But what good would this be if the speakers distort. That's why you need Maxxial speakers. Extremely efficient speakers that can handle up to 100 watts of Max Music Power. So if you want to hear music the way it was broadcast, take this word of advice. Park the system you have in your car. And get moving on a new one from Pioneer. Because the music matters. Enjoy these vintage ads for Pioneer Car Audio while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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