There is a Canal. The home theater receiver from the Pyle is perfect for your system. It gives you 1000 watt peak power to be used for speakers and subs. The Bible has a Bluetooth-compartment. The professional integrated high powered stereo receiver is equipped with a wireless music streamer. It works with smart phones, iPad, and computers with hassle-free receiver pairs. The 4K Ultra HD TV support is included in the digital amplifier box. You can connect and stream audio/video from external devices. There are EQ controls. 2 14” mic inputs are included in the home amplifier. Next generation audio technology and controls for echo, bass, treble, microphone and volume adjustments are included. A digital display. The home theater surround sound receiver system has a built-in display. Features front panel control center and over current protection. Includes remote control.
👤I don't like the bright blue light when the unit is on, but I hate it when you turn it off with the remote. Looks like the cops are outside your window. The only way to stop it is to push the "off" button on the unit. Who was the "bright" idea? I don't like the fact that you have to cycle through the menu to get to HDMI every time you turn it on, and it seems like it should remember where it was and go back to that. You have to go through several different options to get to HDMI and the desire TV picture, and then switch to a different sound option because it sounds like static on the HDMI. It's ok once it's on, but I wouldn't buy it again. I would never have bought this unit if I had seen it in a store.
👤If you really want a bright blue light that never goes off when you turn off the unit, then you should not buy this unit. When I inquired about the indicator on their website, they only said it was a backup. There was no solution offered. I wanted to save a few local stations for preset. There is no information in the manual or online. The online support person didn't know the answer to the fundamental question, so I was told to create a ticket to advanced support. I don't like returning items, but this one may be the last one. Terrible support. Very annoying.
👤The unit works well. The price is great. The remote doesn't seem to work beyond 10 feet if you want to change a setting. The blue light on the button could be turned off. The light was covered with white tape.
👤This review was good. I would have given it a great rating, but a few things weren't as I thought. The surround sound is not a real sound. It doesn't do digital. It doesn't support DTS. The blue ray player won't play the video with the sound on. The sound is similar to a card in bicycle spokes. If I turn off the surround on the TV and use an optical cable to connect my stuff to the TV, it will work. Quality sound can be heard to 5 channels. I paid less for this unit. A unit with all the neat stuff for surround sound would cost a lot. I would make sure my friend knew that the receiver doesn't do real surround sound.
👤It is easy to hook up components.
👤One speaker output was bad and would output static. Returned immediately for a new unit. Any output of 5.1 would only output static. We're outside of the 90 day window, so we won't refund or replace now. Terrible customer service. Avoid this at all costs.
👤I didn't buy this receiver thinking I would get something great. I needed a budget receiver for the guest house. The build is fairly solid, but the sound quality is okay, the display is dim, and the blue power light is too bright. I returned the first one because I thought they were defects, but the replacement one does the same things.
The Pyle 6 Channel home audio amplifier has 600 watt power. It gives 600 Watts peak power which can be used for multi speakers with an impedance of 4-7. Bluetooth is a pharmaceutical company. The professional integrated indoor stereo receiver is compatible with the latest devices and works with wireless bluetooth. It has a jack for audio monitoring. The personal portable digital amplifier box has a flash drive, a mic, and a RCA connection. It also has a push type speaker. Wireless range up to 40 feet. Talk over button. When activated, the MIC talk over function will temporarily stop the current music or audio being played. This function is used in announcements. There are EQ controls. The sound amplification device has buttons for bass, echo, mic, tone and source input mode. A remote control is included in the package.
👤I own a PYLE and it's great. The sound is nice. We moved to a new house and I needed more than two zones, so I bought this one. It looked and read like my old one, but it has a sad and hidden issue. There isn't a stereo sound. Both Amazon and Pyle describe it as a stereo system. After six months, I notice a song doesn't play in the right and left channels. I realized I was sold a false product when I looked into it more. The owers manual says "stereo". But! The front panel of the product says "radio" in a very subtle and incorrect way. I reached out to Amazon after I wrote Pyle. The product description is correct because no one else complained. There is bad business on both ends. I was referred to Amazon's specialized team by a friend. I was told to take it with me. They have no responsibility for the false description. Don't buy if you're warned.
👤I have built-in ceiling speakers, 20 watt 8ohm, in 6 zones throughout my house, but no amplifier left by previous owners. I found this product and read a few pages of reviews and found that many people were complaining about minor quirks. I assumed I would just leave my device plugged in while guests were gone. The Trigger was pulled. It was new and wrapped in a box. It came with a built-inBT antenna, a plug-in FM antenna wire, and a basic labeled manual. It works well. Exactly what I needed. All of the nearby rooms have my bluetooth reach from them. I have the ability to control each volume on my own. Press MODE until it says something. Blue. It showed up on my phone when I turned the dial to "Mp voila and3". I recommend whole-house distributed audio. Is that what it is?
👤I am an audio engineer. I bought this unit to run zone 3 in my backyard and pool room. I was excited when I ordered the unit. I was very disappointed when it arrived and I got it hooked up. I am a tech professional. I can figure things out quickly. This unit was difficult. The instructions were not helpful. I got it going after working with it a bit. The most simple way to pair up was with a bluetooth device. The unit I received was sold as used. I used a speaker from another system. The sound was still very flat after tweaking the bass and treble. The power was there, but it was not visible. I got better sound out of a lower powered amplifier after I turned it on. I connected it to where it would go and then powered up the speakers in my back yard. The bass hit, but again, the sound was very flat and tin-can-like, nevermind the blown channels, I needed all 6 for my pool room and outdoors. I think I had it powered up around 30 minutes. The power was completely there, but it was distorted at higher volumes where the power was needed. Don't recommend! Time and energy are wasted. When suggesting other units, other reviews are appropriate.
Enhanced realism and new features are available. You will think it's happening right above you when you hear the sound of a helicopter or rain. This 7.2 Ch stereo receiver is a must have for your new 4K Ultra HD TV. It features HLG, HDR10, Wide Color Gamut, and 4:4:4 Pure Color sub-sampling, and it gives you exceptional clarity and color. You can extend the reach of your music to any room in the house with HEOS multi-room wireless speakers. Extra hardware is not required. You can get hi-fi sound around your home with a variety of services. With AMAZON ALEXA, you can enjoy music without having to reach for the remote. Change the track, adjust the volume, or switch the inputs hands-free. An award-winning on-screen setup assistant will walk you through simple instructions to connect your TV and help you maximize your surround sound. Denon's legacy and Japanese precision technology makes it a must-have. All of the HDMI ports are compatible with the earlier versions of HDCP. HDCP 2.2 will work perfectly on your devices. The Audyssey Suite is a system that measures and adjusts speakers in your home theater for all listening levels. No muffled dialogues or sudden blasts anymore.
👤I hope this is the last update. The unit returned after not being fixed. Problem got worse. I wanted a replacement. I gave this after I shipped the faulty unit back. They gave me a refurbished unit that had a single year warranty. I wanted this. I finally have a unit that works two months after the start of the warranty issue. This is a six-month update. The unit is being repaired. Couldn't get to Denon. They don't respond to e-mail and they don't answer the phone. I am thankful that I found Panurgy. I want to change the title of the post to "inferior product". Don't waste your money on this company. The Denon of old is no longer there. I'm. A Denon owner for over a decade. The product is superb. It's easy to set it up, it's much easier to use than my older model. Customer Service should not be tried: they have outsourced it to the Pacific Rim. There are two No one answers their Customer Service questions. You might hear within 3 days if you take the option to call back. You have to use the 2 antennas for best use on this model. Something inside broke when I was rotating mine for the first time. It's a part that screws on. I was told that I had to contact my internet service provider for a new antenna. I gave her the part number, but she didn't know the AVR had two of them. Denon's Customer Service has been driven from World Class to (???)... I don't know what to call it.
👤I had it for 4 months. One day, I woke up to an update error. The unit was bricked. I would think that a new one would be sent out and the old one would be returned. Nope. You wait for it to be repaired and send it off. I won't buy another denon product.
👤Since purchasing this product, we have had trouble. Customer service is so bad that it is almost impossible to fix something when it works. If you pay a fee to ship it to them, they will fix it. Another issue will arise when they send it back. You can save money and time by looking for a better product.
👤The reviews here are of mixed unit model numbers and even some refurbished items. The s750H is great. Top notch. For over 30 years, I have been a big audio and home theatre user. I wish it had a back-lit remote. We are coming from a 6 year old Yamaha that has full HD and this Denon unit that is hands down the biggest upgrade in every single area. I'm completely satisfied and amazed. "Be careful when reading the reviews of the model numbers." The 750 is solid and has a lot of features. You can't go wrong with the new 48g cables.
👤The device doesn't turn on after 7 months. I have to pay for the entire repair shipment. It costs 50% of the total cost to ship it. This is ridiculous. The device was handled with care. Will not recommend it.
The 5.2 Channel hi fi Home theater receiver gives you 1000 watt peak power and lets you enjoy high quality amplified audio. The Professional Integrated high powered stereo receiver is compatible with today's latest devices, including smart phones, iPad and computers. 4K Ultra HD TV, 3D and Blu Ray video pass through support with dedicated RCA sub output, and connect and stream audio/video from external devices via the included 3 HDMI, optical/digital audio, and USB ports. The Home amplifier has 2 14” mic inputs with independent input source selection. Next Gen Audio has sound processing technology and controls for echo, bass, treble, microphone and volume adjustments. The Home theater surround sound receiver system has a built in digital display and AM/FM radio, as well as a front panel control center.
👤This is my first home theater system. The price point was the selling ticket for me and not wanting to spend a lot having already spent $500 on the klipsch 5.1 reference theater pack. I don't know what the negative reviews are about. You have to use 2 remotes because your tv doesn't support them. It took me less than an hour to set it up. I'm not sure if all the issues people have reviewed about using the ARC function are true, I'm using the cheapest smart tv that money could buy 6 years ago and I am currently experiencing zero issues. The individual channel control allows you to set the speakers to what you want. The microphone is a default option that doesn't change things for you, even if other more expensive models have a microphone to set up the speakers. It would be nice to be able to glide through radio channels without stopping, going to make setting preset a real pain in the butt. I will live because I got what I paid for. The unit's fan is whisper quiet, and the remote gives full operation. I am happy with the price. I might upgrade later. I'll update if anything changes.
👤I bought this unit to be able to use my Bose 701 speakers to output audio from my TV. I am returning this unit because it's 1. I have a dated but working home theater receiver. I used the digital optical to send the audio from my phone to the Bose speakers. I was able to get this unit to work with the TV as well. The basic function of getting audio from the TV to the Bose speakers was accomplished with both the JVC and the Pyle. 2. I was able to control the volume with the help of the Xfinity remote. I had a single remote that allowed me to do everything. The same could not be said for the other person. There was no code that would allow the remote to control the volume. 3. The manual talks about an audio return Channel that will allow audio to be controlled from a single remote. I spent over 45 minutes on the phone with technical support, but they couldn't show me how to connect the unit with other than an optical cable. They recommended using optical and left me with the impression that it doesn't apply to this unit. 4. The display function on the remote and unit is discussed in the manual. There is no button on the remote control. This unit may have other benefits, such as 4K HD integration, but my interest was solely to find a newer receiver unit with the potential of future 5 speaker Dolby that I can immediately use for audio to my pair of Bose analog speakers from the TV and to control it all with a single The receiver can't be used with the remote.
👤If you use the Blue tooth device, the surround channels won't work, so you won't get full 5.1 sound. Unless my receiver is malfunctioning. The receiver shows an error when I try to turn up or down the speakers. I thought it might be my wiring, but I connected the radio to the antenna to see if it would play 5.1 audio. I love the remote's ability to control each channel separately. I really like this receiver.
155 watt per channel. 4K/60p and HDR are supported. The film is called x-play. The height virtualizer and the DTS virtual are included. The accureflex and the accueq have subs.
👤Gamers! If you can't get 4k or 10 to pass through your system, you can use the power button to enhance the channel. Where in the manual do they tell you this? Hold the dvd button down and you will see the receiver switch from std to ench. Your welcome!
👤I wanted to upgrade from my stereo receiver to an A/V system after purchasing a new TV. I decided on this model after doing a lot of research. I had it for about two weeks. The sound is amazing with my Yamaha 5.1 speaker system. I would like to address some things. I went through the initial setup process and realized that my sub wasn't working. I tried to set it up again and realized that on the first screen it shows the sub but not on the subsequence screens. I called tech support and it was answered in under two minutes. This response was typical of every call I made. I was told to return it after walking through the setup. I decided to try a few things first. I thought the speakers were out of phase because I had a hard time figuring out which wire was the negative wire. I turned the amplifier up. It had been the same for a long time. The issue was fixed by one or both of these things. I don't think I'm getting all the sound possibilities listed for this unit. Tech support says it's my device. The 4K Amazon firestick should be able to provide all of those sources. The remote. The remote is moving. The receiver has four HDMI ports. The buttons on the remote correspond to the ports. "TV" is listed on one of the buttons. I want to go to live t.v. when I watch the firestick. The t.v. button does nothing. I have to change the input on the receiver remote by putting it down. To get back to the firestick, I have to change the input on the t.v., pick up the remote and push the correct button. On my old system, I could just hit "return" and it would return to the last item used. It's difficult when you are flipping back and forth. I called tech support and was told that the remote was not a universal one. He couldn't explain why the buttons were there. I don't know what the other buttons are for, since I only got a quick start pamphlet. The most important part is that it delivers great sound, superior to my stereo system.
👤This is a budget receiver. I didn't want a lot of bells and whistles to get lost in, just something simple and intuitive. You need to learn about the sound adjustments and experiment with them. I have a 2.1 setup with two large towers and a 10-inch sub. I prefer to set up the sound myself rather than using the supplied microphone. The Level Calibration allows you to adjust the volume of each speaker set. The line-level out port is something I like about this receiver. That adds to the flexibility of the unit. I use that port to connect my headphones. The remote control is easy to use. I recommend this receiver to anyone looking for a low-cost option that doesn't require a lot of bells and whistles. It is easy to use and sound good.
The Mini Blue Series Home Amplifiers with built-inBluetooth have a 40 Watt x 2 power output, so you can stream music from your phone. The Bluetooth Streaming Receiver allows you to connect and play your music to connected speakers and radio systems, or connect and stream audio directly via the 3.5mm audio input jack. The sound control is comparable. Gain access to digital sound control with compact amplifier receiver power with the multi-channel amplifier design and convenient audio configuration. The mini amplifier has a rear panel that can connect to push-type speaker terminals. The phone pager and Kyoto mixer. Hit the switch to select the audio source channel input, then fine- tune your digital sound amplifier for mini-size style with maximum watt power performance for all of your home stereo system needs Technical specifications for the record output - freq. The response is 20hertz - 20kHz and the signal-to-noise ratio is 75Db.
👤Considering the cost, the sound quality is okay. The amplifier's description of features is misleading and my main disappointment. They list 7 inputs, including 3 RCA audio input for CD player, tape deck, camcorder or VCR, a mic in, and a headphone jack. This isn't true. There isn't an input for the device. The instruction manual makes it clear that the front of the unit is a charging port, but I was relying on the written description which was more informative. Your battery will be charged up. I think I should have been more cautious. When is a headphones an input device?
👤The User Manual and website of Pyle leave me hoping I'll be an 8-year-old, born into the Thumb Culture, or that I'll find the features through pure luck. I was born before the turn-of-the-century, and one of my jobs at that time was as a Technical Writer. The product is good. It's compact and has lots of bells-and-whistles. I have spent time in the Broadcast industry and I am impressed with the quality of sound the unit produces. The metal is used in the case. It has a variety of input sources and a slow chargeusb port on the front panel, so you can easily maintain your charge as you play your music. If I could easily discover what those qualities are, I would give it five stars. I have to remove two of those stars from the product. There is no illustration or direction on how to use it in the User Manual. In summary: This is a great amplifier. Good luck figuring out how to get it to perform.
👤One of the main objectives for purchasing this item was to mix sound from two sources. The options in the field of mini mixers are limited by that. I have used several of these small mixers and researched the best I could, but I didn't know that this is not a mixer. I was not prepared for how big this unit was. It wasn't going to sit between two desktop monitors very easily, but it was not as large as my main Media Receiver. The main reason for sending it back is that it wouldn't mix signals from two inputs. This unit is similar to a home theater amplifier. The reason for the star rating deduction is that it is useless as a mini amplifier. I think it's a little large. If you don't want a full size unit, or need something portable, this might be a good option.
👤I used this to drive my speakers. It worked for 4 months and then started buzzing loudly. I've worked on this kind of product before. It sounds like the power supply failed. I have to send the warranty across the country with insurance and a fee, and I have to include$15 to get it back. That is assuming that Pyle agrees with the problem. I would expect to get another 4 months of use. I was offered a refund by Amazon.
There is a wireless streaming service. The receiver rack mount has a premium built in receiver. The receiver should be compatible with all your favorite devices. It has a range of 30' plus. Home STEREO. The home theater amplifier is a complete system. It acts like a radio with a digital display and an ID3 tag. Also has a 2.1 channel audio amplifier. You can connect to astronomer devices. The home theater amplifier has a 3.5mm aux input jack, as well as a multi source audio input and ausb flash and memory card readers. Reliable and durable: The home theater receiver is made of heavy duty metal and aluminum alloy to protect your gear for a long time. The package includes sturdy brackets for easy installation. The audio receiver rack mount comes with everything you need to start. This exclusive bundle features their top of the line amplifier receiver, wireless remote control, and hardware rack mounts.
👤Some major problems bring down the rating of this amplifier/receiver. Sound quality is good. This thing has a lot of features for the price. The slim profile makes it possible to stack more things. The volume dial is touchy, and the difference between quiet and very loud is a couple hairs. The included remote only works on the digital inputs, not the plugged in ones, so if you want to change the volume from across the room, you may use whatever mp3s you have plugged into the micro sd orusb slots. The first one of these was sent back because the main volume control didn't work at all. The dial was set where the two loudnesses were. I wonder how long this thing will last. Hope that was helpful.
👤There are a few gripes. The remote only works with the radio modes, so you have to get up and walk like the old days to change the component volume. This is a problem during commercials. There isn't a mute function either. 2. If I leave the room or hold my phone in a certain way, the range with my phone drops out. I thought my 2x6 Daytons might explode because the amplifier pushes them so hard. The component input makes the TV sound great. My kid loves the echo feature of the microphone. 1/6” It's nice to have inputs for guitar practice. Radio works. If you need it, avoid it because it is WEAK, 3 stars, and that is what I bought it for. I still like it for tv and radio at the price of 99 dollars.
👤I bought this receiver because I had a good pair of speakers and a small amplifier that did nothing. I needed an amplifier that could give me 100 watt per channel. This amplifier was perfect for my needs. I have connected the speakers to the amplifier and it can drive them. The rear speakers terminals were not receptive to banana clips, so I had to remove them and twist in the copper ends. My other complaint is that the standard is old and prone to interference. I just use the audio output with a stereo jack on my computer, since I stopped using it. I use a 100 watt Polk Audio Tsi 100's and they drive perfectly. I would look into an additional accessory to use with this, or another amplifier entirely, if it was a must-have feature for you.
👤First off... The price! I wanted this to meet our needs alone. I'm looking to replace a receiver in a room that's rarely used, where my previous receiver stopped working. It plays a variety of audio and video formats, though other reviews state the range is poor. I don't need top-end stuff in a room that is seldom used. The room is rarely used and I want it to be functional. This device is not. Others have stated that the remote control is egads. I've seen larger postage stamps. It works, but a 1976 Ford Pinto can do the same. Doesn't mean I want one. There are two more The volume. The best part is this. The remote control's volume is pointless unless the knob volume is turned all the way up. If you have a master volume, turning the volume up using the remote control is not going to make it louder. If you turn the master volume all the way up, you can turn it down using the remote. So what is that big deal? Turn the master volume up and leave it there. The next time you turn it on, it will reset so you won't notice. Hopefully your speakers can handle it. It's a good one. The power off button isn't off. You have to flip the switch on the receiver to turn it off. Trust me, you'll want to do that when you have to turn the volume up to make the remote work. The speakers would wake the dead. I wanted this for a seldom used room and to play files on the computer. I copied all the files onto a thumb drive. The feature on the receiver works just fine. I put the thumb drive in and it started playing. I selected random and it did the same thing. Only one problem. The next song is randomly selected by the back button. Let's say you have as many songs as I do, and one in particular play that you just love and want to hear again. Not gonna happen. If you hit "back" on either the remote or the receiver, it will randomly pick a new song. It's not a joke when this bad boy says random. All of my experiences happened within the span of 15 minutes, and I was already thinking that I'd probably send this thing back. Unfortunately, that's what I intend to do. Between the volume wonkiness, horrible remote, and not even a simple "back" repeats the song when on random... This thing would be more rarely used than the room is. Now... I don't want to end on a negative note, but if you just want to play music for cheap, don't plan on using it in a very complex manner. The job would most likely be done with this thing. You don't mind if your customers cross their arms and say the painting "speaks to them" if you have background new-age music for your art gallery. I would say you're in business with this thing. You may end up with the one I send back. That's right.
2X 120 watt power. The dual channel stereo amplifier is perfect for your home theater system. It gives you 2x 120W power which can be used for multi speakers. The personal digital amplifier box supports a variety of external sources, including a VCR, CD player, tape deck, and microphone. Also has a recording output. The pager/mixing mode is used. The mini integrated indoor receiver has a pager and mixing switch. In pager mode, the signal from the microphone will be used for auto talkover. For a fun karaoke session, switch to mixing mode. The speaker term is push type. You can connect speaker wires directly to the amplifier with the sound amplification mixer device. The total speaker impedance must be at least 4 Ohm. There are EQ controls. The professional compact bookshelf sound amplifier has a responsive button for power switch and a button for knob controls for mic volume, balance, bass, and master volume.
👤The amplifier has 3 inputs for Aux 1, Aux2 and CD. There's a microphone input on the front panel and a spare mic input on the back panel. The front panel controls include Input Select, Balance, Bass, Master Volume, and a mic input level volume. L & R speaker terminals, Record outflat and phones are the outputs. There are switches for mixing the mic with main program material, Pager setting for the mic, On/Off power switch, and a voltage selector. It's very well built and looks good. Quality speakers and a passive sub woofer sound just as good as my normal home Hifi on different types of program material. I couldn't tell the difference but it sounds great. For some technical stuff. I used a digital scope and sig generator to measure the response into a load of 8 ohms and it was as advertised. The unit showed no signs of ringing or instability when I ran a 1KHz square wave at several different levels. Then for the not good. The unit is advertised as able to source 2 x 120 watt into a 4 watt load. My measurement showed that a 200Hz and 1KHz sine wave would provide 18.4v peak into 8 ohms and 15.2v peak into 4 ohms, which translated into 21 watt per channel and 29 watt per channel. The unit I have provides 2x30RMS watt into 4ohm and not the advertised 2x 120 watt. The only power that counts is the instantaneous output power of PEAK, which is not stated in the ads. Peak power is divided by 4. You can't say it's dishonest advertising. This is a superb high quality and versatile home stereo amplifier at an incredible price. The 21 wattRMS per channel should provide years of listening pleasure, and most home speakers are 8 ohms.
👤The amplifier is advertised as a stereo amplifier. This is not true. The included spec sheet states that it is a 2x20 Watt amplifier with 1% THD. That is at 4 ohms. Half of that is if your speakers are 8 ohms. I don't like the way the electronics industry inflates claims so you think you are getting something. The 4,000 HP engine is what your car would have if the auto industry did the same thing. The only realistic way to rate an amplifier is to measure continuousRMS output with both channels driving. This is a 2x20 Watt amplifier, not anything else. It is a nice little amplifier and it is not blatant about power. There is a set of inputs, one 3.5mm and three RCA type. The bass and treble controls have a wide degree of boost and cut, and the amplifier does not send a big thump to the speakers when first turned on. You will probably get full volume with the knob only 1/3 of the way up, because the input sensitivity is very good. The unit doesn't seem to get hot when operating at high volumes. A nice amplifier.
👤I replaced one that failed several years ago, but the other just died, so I decided to replace it again. It's the right mix of features and power. The latest arrival had a very loud left channel on all inputs. These things are not tested before shipping, they fail frequently, and are likely to arrive DOA. I don't think you should either, I won't buy one again.
The home theater surround sound receiver system has a built-in display. The front panel control center is integrated over the current, short circuit and over-voltage protection. Independent control is high-power. It has four channels which are independently controlled, and a peak power of 440W, which is enough to support 4 groups of 8 speakers. The integrated hybrid amplifier has a new version of bluetooth. It will increase the sound quality. It works with the latest devices. The amplifer can be connected to a variety of things, including a microphone, a disk, and a card. And supports microphone volume control. You can save up to 50 radio stations with the automatic search function. The manual has detailed operating instructions that can be found here. The screen is HD. There is a built in display for the integrated receiver. The stereo amplifier package has an antenna and remote control. The product needs to be connected to speakers. There will be a certain amount of wind noise when there is no speaker.
👤The unit works as it is depicted. Being used to drive 2 indoor Klipsch wall/bookshelf speakers on its "channel A" and 2 outdoor Bose speakers on its "Channel B". It has enough power to drive all four speakers at the same time. Each speaker has power levels set on it. When the power is shut off, the power level will be maintained. One couldn't ask for anything more for the price. I bought this despite the first reviewer labeling it as "Junk" and purchased an Asurion policy in case the first review was incorrect. The unit is highly recommended.
👤I was skeptical about buying an unknown brand. I wanted a stereo for the patio. There are 6 speakers with room for two more after the purchase of 1 pair of Polk atrium 4 and 2 pair of Klipsch K HO-7. Absolutely delighted with the stereo. Although it claims to have more than 400 watt, it is not. It is enough to power these speakers. It is more than I can use without sharing the music with the neighbors. Each speaker has its own volume control. Convenient way to adjust each area for volume levels. It works great. Also has an aux jack. There is a line. I am thinking of adding a equalizer for fine tuning. The ability to connect two microphones for karaoke which I will never use, is one of the cool features of this stereo. Try out a fun entertainment setup. I don't know why there is a rating of junk.
👤The speaker connections guide was hard to understand. The manual doesn't say that there are 2 sets of speaker connections per channel. If you look carefully, page 2 of the manual states what they are. The left channels are Channels A and B. The correct channels are C and D. Pages 4 and 6 don't show the connection on the amplifier. I labeled the connectors after editing a copy.
👤I bought this to control the speakers in my home. The fan on it is so loud that it's hard to hear in our living room. If I walk more than 20 feet away from my phone, it will lose its connection. There is no way to tune to a channel on the radio. It only has an auto tune that starts at 88.0 on the fm dial and slowly tunes to the next station and sets it as preset one, then cycles to the next stations and sets it as preset two, etc. That is the only function the radio has. Every time you turn the radio on, this has to be changed. There is no way to select a preset after it has been set for you. I wish I had saved the box. I could return the garbage. This might be worth a little more than $12. May you light your money on fire.
👤I used it to control my speakers. It gave a great sound. The sound was great for an easy evening out. Volume can get very loud with clear sounds. The only thing I didn't like about the range was that I started to hear cracks in the noise. I just bought a longer cable for my phone and still enjoy the crisp music, but I can use my phone in the backyard. You can't go wrong with the price. It's not for the real audio buffs, but a great product for outdoor or light music.
You can enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows and more in the comfort of your home with Cinematic Sound at Home. S Force PRO delivers virtual surround sound with only a 2 speaker setup. You can use your phone to stream music and use a Standby turn on the receiver. A multi function system includes a multi channel stereo setup, a radio tuner and a headphone jack. There are 4 stereo Rca audio inputs and 2 digital audio outputs. In the box is a microphone, remote control, batteries, and a wire antenna. Also, note: Installation Manual and User Guide can be found in the catalog. Also, note: Installation Manual and User Guide can be found in the catalog.
👤I never leave a bad review, but this receiver did not allow for the full experience of the game. If I plugged my TV into my XBOX One X, it would be capable of playing both video and gaming. The build quality is good, but the lack of AUX-in was disappointing. I picked up the Yamaha after returning the Sony. It's $50 cheaper, has tons of more features, and has an AUX-in feature that I've wanted for years, and it passes the tests of both Dolby Vision and HDR10 correctly. Pick up the Yamaha, you'll be happy you did.
👤I put together a simple 5.1 surround system in my small den based on a Yamaha amplifier that started to go a little weird - it would turn itself on and off, sometimes wouldn't allow volume control from a remote, and sometimes wouldn't have picture resolution dropped. The sound was pretty decent. I decided to swap out the amplifier for the Sony one. Wow, what a change! It was easy to set up and calibrate. The sound stage is very detailed. It makes my speakers sparkle with clarity and crispness. I'm not a snob and my ears can still see a huge improvement in movie watching at a cheaper price. You will like this amplifier.
👤Great inputs. Good power. 60hz pass through. The enhanced HDMI option can be enabled. Arc control. I like it. The surround left channel is dead. The receiver died not even two years after the event. I'm disappointed, and that's coming from a Sony fan. My last receiver was from Sony. This was brought down from 5 stars to 2 by me. I think I'm buying a Denon.
👤I have an old entertainment system with a center and surround set that I use this unit to drive. The unit sounds good even with questionable speakers. I listen to my music on my phone. I use it. I know that makes many people cringe. I used the automatic calibration to set this up. Mozart's 25th was put on by selected music surround. My wife could hear how much better this setup was. Everything was in balance. It had a rich sound and clear highs. The surround did not sound fake. It was like sitting in an orchestra pit. It sounded great to have DVDs and cable TV. I can't hear the voices. The Movie HD-Digit setting is clear and easy to understand. There is a night mode that makes it easier to understand voices. The unit works great out of the box. It is powerful enough for a small home office, and I have it set up there. If you want to annoy the neighbors, you might need a bigger unit. I am very pleased with this purchase, and I love it.
👤Sony got it right. The receiver has 4K and HDR pass-through. The inputs are 2.2 compliant. It is easy to set up. The power is at 145W per channel. It will expand to 5.1 soon if you hook it up to a couple BIC tower speakers and a Dayton Subwoofer. There is no rush because the Front Surround feature really makes 2.1 sound like real surround. I couldn't be more happy with my purchase because it's heavy and built like a tank so it should last. The seller was praised for ordering on Monday and being delivered on Wednesday.
200 watt power. The stereo receiver amplifier for home theater system gives you 25 Watt at 4 Ohm max power and 20 Watt x 2 at 8 Ohm RMS for a high quality amplified audio. It's perfect for karaoke and home theater. This home audio amplifier has a HDMI input, optical/phono/coaxial input, two microphone in, and two pairs of RCA (L/R) for CD/DVD player. It also has a radio with an auto-search. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. Today's latest devices, including smart phone, iPad, tablet, iPhone and laptop, can be used with the Pyle stereo amplifier receiver. A digital display. The wireless speaker receiver has a digital display. It displays the track title, time, and type of input selected for hassle free operation. Front control panel. The home speaker amplifier has a front panel button and a control center for volume adjustment. Also comes with remote control for distant audio adjustment.
👤First of all, a mea culpa. I asked if there was a way to make the screen more legible after I received the product. The company offered to fix the problem in less than 24 hours. No need. The screen can be burned-in for up to 6 hours, so it can be seen from across the room. The unit itself has really impressed me. I've purchased at least a dozen stereo amplifier over the years, but I never bought one from the company because of the low prices of their equipment. My assumption was wrong. The little amplifier is amazing. I bought it to use as a preamplifier because it is for an outdoor stereo that is kept in a water-tight case inside a gazebo. Despite the case, I decided it was a waste of money to keep buying expensive components and went through several over the last two years. I gave in and spent $116 instead of the minimum $300-$400 on the Pyle PDA9HBU.5. I'm happy I did. The thing is built like a tank, heavy with quiet electronics and powerful sound. I am not using the power amplifier portion of the device, just the preamplifier, so I can't vouch for it's stand-alone sound, but sending its signals through a Sony stereo amplifier produces wonderful audio, as good as any combination of consumer components. I have used before. It has both an SD card and ausb inputs. I worry about the quality of the readers that I use to record my music outdoors. The entire user interface is built and designed solidly, and they are rich with features. The only compressions the unit can play are mp3 and WAV, so the SD/USB is perfect for me, with five different kinds of repeat. The unit can find and play music in the folders and subfolders. I found the radio and receiver to be of the highest quality. I have no idea how reliable this unit will be over time, as it is still new. It's one of the best bargains I've ever found in audio electronics.
👤I bought this for my garage as I spend a lot of time out there with my hobby. There are lots of inputs for other devices, including optical digital, as well as inputs for line input and record player. I was able to play the DVD through the stereo as well as through the HDMI input at the same time it played through the HDMI out. Not sure where to start. The documentation was hard to understand. Some of the buttons were on the back. They weren't explained in a way that I understood. I needed to order a special adaptor for the antenna as it uses an overseas connection that is incompatible with the 75 ohm F connection we use in the USA. The radio was useless. The television antenna is amplified. The rest of the radios at home reception is great. I couldn't pick up the local stations. It's unacceptable that an radio can't directly tune the radio. The stations were only accessed by a channel number. I hid the buttons on the back of the AM/FM HD tuner when I brought it in from the media room, but I finally figured out how to use it. An exact model of the FM HD tuner was bought on eBay. Again, the FM worked well. The media was downloaded and given a number without considering the structure of the media. It's useless to locate or play anything on the media. The DVD player I bought had ausb port. input The menu was printed for me so I could see it. This works great if you need an amplifier. The media was useless and you will need to buy a DVD to enjoy it.
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