Technical specifications for the record output - freq. The response is 20hertz - 20kHz and the signal-to-noise ratio is 75Db. 300 watt power. It gives you 300 watt peak power to use for multi speakers and 4-16ohm impedance, which allows you to enjoy high quality amplified audio. The personal digital amplifier box supports a number of electronic devices, including the smart phone, computer, iPad, and DVD CD player. The effects of MICs. The professional integrated indoor house stereo receiver has an echo effect, mic bass, mic treble, and volume that makes it perfect for karaoke, event hosting, public gatherings and announcements. There are EQ controls. The sound amplification device has buttons for the audio sources, a button for the mic and a button for the master volume. There is a display meter. The amplifier has a built-in digital display meter that shows all the functions and input used, as well as remote control for distant audio adjustments.
👤This was a surprise. I didn't think about what I would get. I was going to get amplification for the price, that's all that mattered to me. It was plugged in and connected to the speakers. And then exclaimed, "WOW!" This thing sounded great. I can't believe I paid so little for a great sound. The build quality is great for what I paid. I use this product to receive a signal from a Windows 10 machine. Rush and Led Zeppelin sounded great. I'm going to buy the product and put it in the garage because I'm very pleased with it. The "Big Brother" has too much power. Definitely recommend this product. This is a great buy if you need something basic to power speakers. This is not on the "Recommended Components" list in Stereophile Magazine. You won't be disappointed either.
👤I have this operating in my garage. It sounds great. It would be great if a few things were changed. The power button is a push button and not a remote. It can be RF controlled with every other feature, but not the end of the world. The volume automatically goes up when turned on. You should not have audio going through it until after you've powered on the device. The manufacturer should address this programming. The volume steps are too large. It would be nice to have more variable volume output space. The volume/volume knob is represented by 2 steps. The volume of 08 is hard to hear, 10 is a little loud, and 12 is way too loud through the aux inputs. It seems like adjustments to the programming could fix it.
👤I have it installed in the basement to connect to the outdoor speakers. Good value and sound quality is good, only draw back when you power it up, it doesn't default back to the last setup you had. I have to adjust the volume and input source at the same time. It doesn't remember what you used it for.
👤I was very excited to get this. There were two layers of tape on the box, but I didn't see much of it. The box was not opened. The plastic bag that the unit was wrapped in had torn tape on it like it was unwrapped and rewrapped with the same plastic bag. Maybe it's a coincidence. Light scratches were seen in various places when the unit was pulled out. I hooked it up anyway, even though I started to wonder. The issue is that there was no power button on the remote, which is an issue as to where I wanted to put it. The whole reason I bought this was for the A/B speakers. What is the point of A/B speakers if they play all the time? I continued to play songs and use my speakers. I could hear static when the music faded. There was static when music wasn't playing. Speaker wire was brand new and connections were tight. I turned the volume down manually while listening to this static. There was a huge amount of dust on the dial, which was on one side and settled on the knob. I wiped it off when I saw it. The final nail was that one. I did not pay for a used unit. The A/B speakers being selectable was the reason I bought this. I had to return it. It was far from what I was expecting.
300 Watt Power: The dual channel PA amplifier gives your entertainment or PA system a boost; provides convenient microphone and speaker control; supports speakers with 16 ohm impedance. The small professional integrated indoor public address receiver is compatible with today's latest devices, including the iPad, computer, and phone. The public address amplifier has 7 inputs, including a 3.5 millimeter input, 2 14” microphone input jacks, and optional 12V DC power input terminals. The alarm function is sirens. The compact desktop audio source system can be used for emergency situations and for capturing the crowd's attention during a presentation or public announcement. The mini multi source 2 channel compact PA receiver box has a front panel button control center and a digital display. The only way to connect to a thumb drive is with theusb input.
👤The stereo was purchased for the maintenance shop. It works well for driving 2 speakers on the phone. I don't think the sirens function is useful. I don't like the fact that there is no tuning buttons and you have to use the seek and auto- program to find the frequencies. This thing is awesome for the money and suits my purpose. I noticed that the aux jack is always connected to the speaker output regardless of the mode the receiver is in. If you supply the aux input with audio, the aux will play over the speakers in addition to the radio. Please comment on this review if you know a procedure for programming specific stations. The FAQ section of Pyle's answers do not answer this question. I'm sure there is a way to assign a station to a preset without having to use the auto-scan feature and get 30 channels. There are not many stations in my city. I listen to maybe 3 of the 10 we have. I want to program to preset 1 to preset 2. I have contacted Pyle directly and I hope to hear from him soon.
👤Once you get through the quirks, it was easy to set up. The unit channel Scan grabbed 45 stations, 25 of which are strong in the outlying area 25 miles from metro New Orleans. It's easy to pair up with theBluetooth. The sound quality is great, but the preset EQ choices make it difficult to control bass and treble. It's not bad. The instructions leave a lot to be desired. Suggest a technical writer to review and rewrite the manual for the product. When pressed, the button on the remote will put you into a scanning mode to find channels. If you press it again, it will go to another station. Same goes for that button on the unit. If you leave that button alone, you won't be able to start a new station line-up with different numbers for stations due to signal strength in your area. I don't want to change the assigned number for each station, so I prefer to know the station line up so I can enter its number next time I use the unit. I write the station ID vs assigned number on a card so I can access the desired station by entering its number on the remote at any time. If you want to access lower stations one by one, use the I button, and if you want to access higher stations, use the >>I button. There is a The remote needs to be less than 7 feet away from my unit. The sound output is high and can be increased or decreased by the AUX knob on the unit. You might blow a cone if you have flimsy speakers. The remote volume buttons can be used to trim the volume up and down from the power level you have set. Just look at the lights. The little unit sounded very clean and impressive. I would suggest this unit to others. A small package with a big sound.
200 watt power. The Pyle Digital AM/FM Stereo Receiver is a great choice for karaoke and home entertainment. It allows you to enjoy high quality audio by giving you 200W peak power for multi speakers. The effects of MICs. The professional integrated indoor house stereo receiver has an echo effect, mic bass, mic treble, and volume that you can control. It's perfect for karaoke, event hosting, public gatherings, and announcements. There is a display meter. The amplifier has a built-in digital fluorescent display meter which shows all the functions and input used. A remote control is included in the package. There are EQ controls. The sound amplification device has buttons for the audio sources, the mic and the master volume. It has blue illuminated buttons that can be adjusted even in the dark. Not Bluetooth compared.
👤First of all, the fact that it can power two channels of audio doesn't mean that you can choose which one to play. You can't. If you put speakers on both channels, it plays. There isn't a way to decide. I bought this because I wanted to use it on an indoor set of speakers and occasionally use it on an outdoor set of speakers. The receiver does not work for that. This is the reason I will be returning it. The advertisement clearly states that it has A and B channels. Oh, well... The remote control has no power control. I was going to put the receiver out of the way and use the IR extender to control everything from the remote. Without a power button on the remote, I can't do that. You cannot directly tune into the radio channels via the remote control. If you already know what channels you want to program, this can be annoying, since the only option is to find the right channel and then program it. "Irritating" is the only word for it. The sound is fine, but there are too many people who don't like it, and I can't recommend it to anyone except for those who need a basic system within arms reach.
👤I can't really add more to the negative comments as they seemed full. Most of the reviews seem to suggest that most were expecting more bang for their buck. It's a good unit with all the options. It works well for a small shop stereo. There is a This one is only meant to amuse you, so don't bother with a fancy spectrum display. This is a good solution if you want to listen to music while you work or even attend a block party in your neighborhood. It can pump out the tunes at a decent volume level. If you're a music fanatic and need to hear everything at warp 10, you'll need to dig out your wallet and pay more.
👤I bought this product for our new home. When we put our sound system together, the receiver was making noise. It didn't have a radio reception with the antennaes attached and it wouldn't transfer the sound signal from the CD player to the speakers. After my first contact, they want me to pay to return the receiver and give them my credit card information so they can fix it in 3-6 weeks. Don't waste your money on this product.
👤I threw it in the trash after giving it a chance. The design phase must have been designed by a child to impress their dad. The remote control does not have an on/off feature. Really? Even in the dark, you have to get close to the remote. The blue lights at the bottom are bright and distract. The front panel has a graphic display and dancing interface. After working for three weeks, Bose started sounding garbled. Would power up and make a noise, then shut itself down. Cut my losses and throw in the trash because it's too much to send back for a refund. - Look for something else with a brand name.
The 300 watt peak power of the Pyle Digital AM/FM stereo receiver makes it perfect for your PA, karaoke and home entertainment system. The personal digital amplifier box has 8 inputs, 2 microphone inputs, 2RCA inputs, 2 speakers, and a CD player. The Integrated Indoor house stereo receiver has a hassle free receiver and works on today's latest devices. The sound amplification device has buttons for audio sources and a button for the mic, which are illuminated in the dark. The amplifier has a built in digital display meter which displays all the functions and input used, and also includes a remote control for distant audio adjustments.
👤I got this to use as a replacement stereo for an old unit that stopped working and also to make a cheap rig to jam my bass at home. I had to take my real rig back and forth from the jam pad. This isn't pro equipment, and I'm rating it as a low budget gadget. The sound quality is pretty good and the stereo is loud enough for where I'm at and what I need. There were no complaints about sound quality. It was better than I expected. It has a built-in fan that is a little noisy if it goes, but it's not an issue to me. It's pretty handy. I use it to learn and play music. When I'modling around, I've hooked up some drum loops to play along with. The bass sounds decent. I usually don't push it hard. Making the thunder is half the fun. I got a pretty gnarly tone after messing with the EQ and was rattling every window in the house. It's not something I would take to a gig, but it's great for making noise and playing at home or to get a jam session with friends. I got more bang for my buck than I would have gotten if I had bought a combo practice amplifier. I may use it to record a home recording. I might not mess with it. I think it's cool that it's there. You can plug into this thing, too. I've had it for a month or so and it's been great. I got it for certain uses. I got this as an open box, like a new deal. I didn't have high hopes because it seemed too cheap. I'm going to give it a 5 star because it's too good to be true. I hope it doesn't stop working in a couple weeks and make me come back to take away the praise I'm Pyling on. What did I do there?
👤This amplifier had been given 5 stars before. This review is being graded to 1 star. The on/off power button has a short in it. The power button needs to be pressed many times. I purchased this unit on August 28, 20 and it malfunctioned on October 25, 20. The manufacturer has given me a warranty. I attached the receipt to the previous email as you requested in response to the 3rd email from the customer service warranty dept. My name is not e on the end. It is not Michael. Your product has been reviewed by me on Amazon. I recommend that no one buy this product or any other product from Pyle since it stopped working 8 weeks after it was purchased. The lack of a customer service warranty department gave me the run around to resolve the issue with the receiver. You can ignore the warranty request. We bought a Yamaha receiver after we put the Pyle one out for trash. The Yamaha should have been purchased first. This is what happens when you buy a cheap product from a company that doesn't have a track record of quality. Thanks for nothing. I contacted Amazon customer service and they gave me a discount via Amazon gift card to use on my next purchase. I would like to thank Amazon for taking care of me.
The Pyle 4 Channel Home Audio amplifier has 500 watt power. It gives you 500W peak power, which can be used for multi speakers with impedances of 4-7 and allow you to enjoy high quality audio. Bluetooth is a pharmaceutical company. The professional integrated indoor house stereo receiver has a wireless music streaming feature. It works with today's latest devices with no hassle. The personal portable digital amplifier box supports iPod or mp3 and has a digital display, audio input and REC. 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 the audio sources, the mic and the master volume. A remote control is included in the package.
👤I really wanted to like it. The knobs feel solid and heavy. It provides a lot of power to crank the sound. Not stereo sound! It mixes left and right into mono. I noticed the on the first go round but ran myself in circles looking for a receiver and pulled the gun on him as the deadline approached. I was certain that there had to be a mistake. But no. No. Stereo. Sound. I discovered that the input knob has to be turned all the way to the right for it to play the mp3 connection after you select the mode. I had trouble with the bluetooth because it took me a while to pair my home hub, but bt audio was choppy at times, and the units were only about 13-15" apart, though they were going through a couple layers of wood. I found a sweet spot when I moved the bt antennae and moved the hub around. I got a new one after returning this and I love it! The same spot is where theBT is sitting, and it's rock solid. I installed inwall volume controls on that model, so I didn't need any separate zones.
👤This is a single unit. Not a stereo. One channel. Don't try to figure it out! It sounds decent for the price. Not a stereo. It's so bad. What would someone use this for? Even if you are using a karaoke machine, wouldn't you want a normal stereo mix for your backing tracks so the mic input can sit in the middle? I think it's false advertising since they say "stereo" in the title. You can argue that they are putting that in for key words so you can find the product in a search. People still search for an amplifier by calling it astereo.
👤Three pairs of speakers are on my patio and pool. The amplifier can get louder than I need it to. The model has a good reception on the phone. I use this for streaming music so it's not a problem for me, even though the FM receiver is a bit frustrating. Even though this is listed asstereo, it only has mono outputs, and every speaker plays the same thing. This is good for speakers that are difficult to use in stereo. The 4 zone volume control makes it very convenient for me, as I can make the speakers louder in the pool area and quieter in the lanai. Sound is adequate, but not exceptional. It's good enough for the outdoors and the price is unbeatable.
👤No tiene una compaa de productos baratos pero no tiene una calidad. Hablando de un amplificador puedo decir, pero pesado. No se diga de la potencia del amplificador, pero para probarlo lo conecte a unas. Tiene control de ajustes de agudos y bajos. Hasta el momento solo. He con el canal. A pesar de ser monoa. The plan is instalarlo, it includes ambiental, karaoke, and instalarlo, it also includes 6 bolicans, and aparentemente. nico puedo decir, pero es totalmente recomendable. El precio por lo, da de sonido es excelente.
The Sunbuck stereo amplifier receiver provides 180 watt power, which is perfect for your karaoke and home theater acoustic sound system. Enjoy high quality amplified audio. The digital amplifier box has a variety of external sources and internal sources, including a microphone and audio input for the CD player, tape deck and so on. 2 mics in can give you a stronger sense of shock and make you feel like you're singing in a KTV. There is no mic included. There is ausb 2.0/sd card input. The sound amplification device has ausb/sd card input. You can play your favorite audio files from your computer's media library when you connect it to the amplifier. Previous, next, play/pause. The remote control for audio adjustments is included with the knob controls for input, bass, treble, and master volume. DC 12V and AC110V power supplies. Home TV audio, computer audio system-game, tower Speaker, garden speaker are recommended. The small design is for the audio system. Enjoy high quality amplified audio everywhere.
👤When I ordered it, I didn't pay much attention to the size, but when I saw how small it was, I was taken aback. I went ahead and hooked it up, and it almost blew off my stool! My head was close to my old "boombox" speakers because the volume was set to 30. I looked at my little girls and they had their ears covered. A small unit is a serious punch. The bass is a little lacking, but that doesn't bother me at all. The remote control was a selling point for me. That works well. One of the things that made it stand out was the fact that it has a radio. All work well. If you still use CDs, there is a way to connect that as well. You can't beat this unit. I only paid a small amount, but I think it's worth more.
👤I was very happy with how this enhanced my tv sound. A new TV in my barn work shop had a very tinny sound. The device gave a full sound out of the Bose speakers. I can listen to music, concerts, and videos in full stereo from my house in the barn. I added a digital to the analog price. The rest was done by the Converter and the amplifier. The signal was pushed to the barn by the $89ifi that was done with.
👤It was good for the price. There is only one thing missing. It's a little power house and I use it to drive my bookshelf speakers. It is easy to connect with the Bluetooth and has preset settings. I'm going to put this under the top cabinet in the kitchen. The manual is written in very broken English so don't expect much from it. You can still figure it out. It comes with a standard AC cord, so you don't have to worry about a DC wall wart. It has a small remote as well. You can't go wrong for the price. It's FYI. The rating questionnaire inquires about "Sheerness". I don't know how that applies here. After reading some of the other reviews, I have a few more comments about this item. 1. Some people have had issues after running the system. Since my review was written days after I received it, I can't comment except to make sure you put it in a location where the unit isn't blocked. The unit is not getting hot. 2. This unit costs 45 dollars. If you are into studio quality sound and are an enthusiast, then you are expecting a bit more than $45. I like music and it sounds good for me. It sounds good to me, I've listened to some music on the internet. I get some decent full bass sounds from my bookshelf speakers, even though it goes louder than I need. If you expect 130 decibels of rap or pounding rock, then this unit is for you. I'm quite pleased with the unit, despite the long term potential quality issue. If you are happy with the quality of music on your cell phone, this will do just fine and my wife is happy listening to Bocelli over this unit. I'll repeat, for $45 you get a very small unit that sounds pretty darn good. Oh, that's right. Since the unit is small, the controls are a bit weird at first, but after 10 minutes of acclimation, they're not that big of a deal. There's also the remote. The first time I tried it, it didn't work, but I just pressed the button and it worked. It will sound bad if you put it into cheapo speakers. It will sound lousy if you buy a $1000 receiver and plug it into a cheap speaker. Make sure your speakers match your expectations. The end.
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.
The phone is wireless. The dual channel stereo amplifier is a must have for karaoke and home theater sound systems. You can use 200W power and have 2 sets of speakers for high quality amplified audio. A wireless microphone. The personal digital amplifier box has a variety of external sources, including 2RCA audio input for the CD player, tape deck, and video input for the VCR. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The sound amplification device has a wireless music streamer. Works with today's latest devices including smart phones, tablets, iPhone and computer. There are EQ controls. The buttons for mode controls are responsive. The mic echo, balance, bass, treble, master volume, input source and the unique folder/track are all controlled by the knob. There is a display meter. A built-in digital blue screen shows the track and folder name on the compact and integrated indoor AV receiver. The package also includes an antenna and remote control.
👤All functions work as they should, with crisp audio at moderate levels. It can crank up the audio at louder levels but low frequencies are not as good on big speakers. It's a winner for me because it's good for a kids room or rec room and it's cheap.
👤I bought a pair of speakers at a thrift store and the sound is fantastic, but have wasted time since. I just ordered a second mic so we can harmonize after having a blast with it. It's a real bargain and small enough to stay where I set it up. It just looks good, so don't have to store it. Thanks!
👤The PA system we were using stopped working after we used an old Radio Shack and Sony receiver combo. It looked like we could simplify our system and upgrade it at the same time. The unit is easy to use and the sound quality is great. Our next function will be aided by the wireless mike. The quality and money of this unit is not going to be messed with.
👤It's ok. There is a The line-out has no signal, so it was difficult to convert the wired speaker out connections to feed the line in of the stereo. It's okay for a low end unit. The original packaging had already been thrown away.
👤The wireless mic is terrible. You have to shout into the mic. The power to drive 4 speaker is not there even with gain tuning on all the way. You can't hear anything after 3 months because the echo on the mic went out. Don't spend the extra money on a microphone if you don't think it's worth it. It's not.
👤We used this for two weddings. We connected it to 2. Bose speakers sounded great. It is powerful enough to be heard outside. The microphone can be used to make announcements. The range is short. The only downside is that. Everyone thought it sounded great. I would recommend this product to others.
👤The little amplifier is great. Good value. I use it for my studio sound and it works well for that. There is plenty of room to drive my monitors. Glad I found it. I've had good luck with Pyle. I would buy another one.
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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.
The phone is wireless. The dual channel stereo amplifier is a must have for karaoke and home theater sound systems. You can use 200W power and have 2 sets of speakers for high quality amplified audio. A wireless microphone. The personal digital amplifier box has a 3.5mm AUX in jack, 2 audio inputs, a microphone, and a video input. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The sound amplification device has a wireless music streamer. Works with today's latest devices including smart phones, tablets, iPhone and computer. There are EQ controls. The buttons for mode controls are responsive. The mic echo, balance, bass, treble, master volume, input source and the unique folder/track are all controlled by the knob. There is a display meter. A built-in digital blue screen shows the track and folder name on the compact and integrated indoor AV receiver. The package also includes an antenna and remote control.
👤I use this product for my concession stand. The sound quality and ability to talk on it was a plus for every part of my installation. I highly recommend this product because it hit every item at the highest rating.
👤I returned the item because it smelled like smoke after I turned it on a second time. The connection was bad. Volume control is bad. It sounded not good. There was a hole in it. I usually don't return items I keep them as long as they work correctly, and then I just order what I want.
👤I use an old set of Pioneer House speakers that are 150 watt each powers, and they are very loud for home or garage, even louder than I thought. The radio is good. I didn't know we had an antenna.
👤This was the perfect way to replace the head unit on the console stereo. Installation of a face plate with a face-up-hang-down was easy because of the small dimensions and lip on the top of the face plate. I connected it to a pair of Boston speakers and the 200 Watts is more than I need.
👤The blue tooth picks up the sound of the receiver. The mic works well.
👤The old amplifier was replaced by this unit. The clarity is amazing. It is very easy to use. A good value for money.
👤It was used for a powerlifting event. It was great. The sound was great and I loved the remote.
👤I returned it because it didn't meet my expectations. You received it back. I was not given back my money. I did not get a refund in my bank account. Please tell me what to do.
3000 watt power The Multi-Channel Pyle Stereo amplifier receiver gives you 3000 watt peak power to be used for multi speakers with 2-8 ohms impedance, and lets you enjoy high quality amplified audio. Bluetooth is a pharmaceutical company. The professional integrated stereo receiver works with a variety of devices, including today's latest ones. INPUTS: 8 The personal portable digital amplifier box supports a wide range of audio devices, including headphones, mp3 players, ipods, AM/AM radio, DVD CD players, and microphones. There are EQ controls. The sound amplification device has buttons for the audio sources, a knob for equalization, and a dimmer which can be adjusted through the blue LEDs. There is a display meter. The amplifier has a built-in digital fluorescent display meter that displays all the functions and input used, remote control for distant audio adjustments and 2 high band wireless mics are included.
👤You can use the cables from your TV to the speakers. You can use the internet to make a karaoke setup by casting to your TV and using the internet. I returned my karaoke machine because it is better.
👤The sound quality is great. It is easy to setup and small. The microphone is not working while being used. I connected a projector to one of the aux ports and the projector buzzes through my speakers. I changed the cables to see if the buzz goes away. It is a light enough noise that I don't mind. I don't give this receiver 5 stars because of this.
👤I had trouble hooking up, and a pop-up appeared on the phone screen asking if I wanted to allow audio. The receiver came with the mic volume to zero. I had to turn on the volume. This is a nice sounding receiver. I bought a 4000 model which I loved and they said the specifications were similar to the one I bought, but it was a little less money. I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a new stereo because I had an old one that was hard to beat. This has all the advanced features that an older receiver wouldn't have. If you have a free radio app on your phone, tablet, or computer, you can get a radio with any radio station you want, even if it's bad reception in my area. You need to put the volume up high to hear the difference between options. When I connect a DVD/CD player to it, it plays but on the display it says 'No Disk, please add disk'. If you have the correct settings, your CD unit will play.
👤When you buy this item, you can't return it less than a week, that's horrible, and what happens to me if I don't return it?
👤My home entertainment center is what I needed to push my speakers. Wow! I love the extras that it has. The microphones for singing along, or just to be heard. It's a plus to be able to listen to music on my phone. The price for so much power is not very high. Superb. Thanks to Pyle.
👤I needed a Receiver to power some good music at a loud volume so I got the Pyle 3000 with a Klipsch Subwoofer and everything that came with it, it rocks the hell out of my shop. It's a good buy. These products are recommended by me. I play music at loud volume all the time and it fills the room with good sound.
👤The volume was very low and it sounded like you were in a tunnel.
👤The PYLE Amp is very reasonably priced and works wonders outdoors. Sound quality is great when you have Bose speakers, a good range and little to no distortion. The microphone range has great sound quality.
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