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.
To use with Passive Subwoofers only in the wall or ceiling. The power amplifier output is 200 Watts. The output impedance is 4-7 ohm. The speaker wire for the CL3 is wall certified. Sub volume and control knobs. LFE and RCA inputs are used in a home audio receiver. The wire outputs are raw.
👤Very weak in LFE mode, good value in normal mode. Only use normal mode. I am using it to power a bass shaker from my LFE signal, but it's too weak in LFE mode, so I use normal mode with a 150-hertz crossover. I send the signal to both L and R with a Y-splitter. It says that the response is 50-150 Hz, which would be a pity. It can be changed from 50-150 hertz with the knob. There's still plenty of bass below that when I set it to 50 Hz. It takes two hands to turn the amplifier on or off, because it is lightweight and the power button has a strong spring. This amplifier is the same as the Theater Solutions SA200 Subwoofer Amplifier, but it is slightly cheaper.
👤Wow, what a piece of garbage. How can I not give any stars? I read the other reviews and thought I'd try it out as it fits my needs. It looks nice, but it's too light to be able to deliver a quarter of the claimed 200 watt. There is a It doesn't. At full tilt, just drive a speaker at a whisper. I tried it in a variety of speakers, but nothing more than a peep out of them. I am returning it to Amazon because it is useless. The same junk is re-badged by three different manufacturers. Beware.
👤The LFE / normal switch seemed to have been swapped. It's not that inconvenient, but it's not surprising from a cheap amplifier. I would keep it out in the open, because it gets a little warm. There isn't an auto on/off. I don't want to leave my stereo on all the time, so I have to manually turn it on when I turn it on. These surge protectors are smart. When the control outlet is off, they switch off slave outlets.
👤The recommended item was the worst purchase ever. I knew that the package wouldn't last when I opened it. I thought it was less than two hours. There was a burning electrical smell all over the place when I worked for about an hour while watching a movie. That was the end of it. Light weight is poorlyventilated. I'm pretty sure that since purchased those Amps have given up the ghost, so please ignore any rating over 2 stars. If that is the case, this piece of shit will not last more than a couple of months. You bet on the dollar. I want my money back. I should not be surprised or upset but 1 hour of use is not good enough.
👤The item worked for about 6 months and then two nights ago it died, it never delivered the punch that the attached sub could deliver. I looked at the power block, the receiver, and the fuse to see if they affected it. After going to the manufacturer site, I was referred back to Amazon, which did not provide any support for it. It is out of the returnable period so I am out 20 dollars. After having a Creative Desktop PC Amp that is still running after 12 years, this is unacceptable and I will never do business with Goldwood again.
This one does not have a power supply. You can either buy the power supply you like or choose a high quality 19V power supply. Good quality power supply should be chosen. At least 4A is recommended. The Hi-fi Amp has a clean sound quality. The Audio M03 has a high efficient power output of up to 200 watt, which can be used in 4- or 8-ohm loads. The amplifier is great for bookshelf speakers. A Full- Frequency Mono Amp is used to drive powered speakers and passive speakers. Sub is a amplifier for diving passive and powered subs. A small, simple design but powerful, built-in low pass filter for 200-300Hz subs. The MAX Power Output:200Watt is exclusive to the Home Hi-fi amplifier. You need a more powerful power supply to get the MAX power output from the package. The M03 Amp x1, user manual, and 18-Month global warranty are what you get.
👤I am designing my own boxes. Not for cars, but for home use in the basement shop, upstairs garage or in the living room. I have two of the competitors. There is a 100 watt and a 300 watt unit. They are made by Aiyom. I decided to try the Fosi brand because I needed another 300 watt unit. The pictures of the unboxing were included. The inside contents of the box are different than the inside of the units, so it is not the same. The power transformer seems to be better than the others. All of the dials are in their positions and moving nicely. I put the FOSI unit next to the stereo and then ran speaker cable to the box. If you have a long run, then it would be better to run a long speaker cable to the sub and a long sub cable to the amplifier. The dual 12 subs are mounted in a Q-BOMB box. I wired it to the amplifier to have a final impedance. I have run the amplifier for 11 hours straight and it gets barely warm. That is a positive sign. You can tell that the dial for the sub works because it works in the room and to your ears. The garage shop is made to thump by this little amplifier. I enjoy it. There will probably be another one in the future. Good luck with your projects! John, God bless you.
👤I think the 300W rating is misleading because I have been using it for a few months and I still think it's a good value. Normally, an Amp is rated for their per-channel RMS capabilities, but in this case 300W is the peak power possible only using a 4 ohm load. I've had the amplifier shut off once or twice due to clipping when driving it hard, but 140-150WRMS at 4 ohms is certainly usable bass if used with a sub, but I've had the amplifier shut off once or twice due to clipping when driving it hard. I should be using a stronger amplifier for that level of bass, but this is worth sharing. When I got my hands on a box of old car subs that I hadn't used in years, I went to look for a way to power one of them in my living room to complement my bookshelf speakers. I've used the Fosi Audio amplifier with both the Kicker CVR 12 and the Infinity Kappa 12. The bass extension goes low enough to rattle my walls, even with this amplifier's volume at only 65%, and it's great to have the adjustability of the crossover. I've not used a multimeter to check the validity of the claims of 300W, but it seems to have no trouble driving my sub to nice home theater listening levels, and it's nice that it is. I've driven the sub hard enough that it's almost uncomfortable to be in the room with it for a long time, and the amplifier never got warm. That is a good sign of power efficiency. I like the click feature of the volume knob, it makes it easy to turn it up or down, and it has a sense of precision. One area for improvement would be if the lines on the knob were labeled. You're kind of guessing, but after a little back and forth of setting, sitting on the couch and listening, then getting up to adjust, I have it dialed in pretty well. There are banana plug/twist style speaker connections on the back of the amplifier, and I like that it doesn't feel cheap or rattles. My wife said that maybe we should get a second one and power the other one. It's a plus when a wife buys audio gear in the living room. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking for an affordable way to power a sub and box.
Customer service was prompt and courteous. Please contact them on Amazon if you have any questions. 100 watt output power can be provided by the Hi-fi Amp with Clean Sound Quality. Nothing is playing through it. A selector can be used to switch between full-frequency and sub bass amplifier. The mini compact design is practical and powerful. The Home Hi-fi mono integrated class d amplifier is exclusively designed for the customers who pursue HiFi sound. The service is high quality. You can get the great shopping exprerience with 18 months warrenty and 24 hours after-sale service online.
👤I bought this amplifier on Amazon because it was one of the few that would work with a bass shaker, or so I thought. I was worried that a 100w amplifier would be too much, especially since the shaker is rated for 50w RMS, but as it turns out, this amplifier has enough power to get the shaker moving when cranking to max volume. I would guess that it puts out 15-20wRMS. I should have known that it wouldn't be able to put out enough power. I assumed that the technology had advanced enough to fit in your hand and that I hadn't bought an amplifier in a long time. I should have listened to my intuition. It's hard to find a decent amplifier for home use on this website. I'm going to buy an amplifier designed for a car and hook it up to a 12v battery to get the power I need. There are a lot of Amps available for the car audiovisual world. The build quality of this amplifier is excellent. It feels like a premium product, but it's too weak for a bass shaker. I will return the amplifier. I dug an old stereo receiver out of storage that was rated for 100w and it turns out that there's no way that this Fosi amplifier is close to 100w. I'm getting more than twice to 2.5x more vibration out of the shaker with the receiver, which is closer to what I was expecting. If you're thinking about buying a bass shaker for your home theater or gaming chair, I suggest you use an old stereo instead of buying a new one. Throw a $20 lowpass filter on the receiver and it will work. I saved you 40 bucks.
👤I thought I could convert my speaker into a sub-woofer. All I needed was an amplifier. This one is perfect. It is small, fits in your hand, and produces distortion free sound. The control lets you set the Frequency at which the sub kicks in. You don't want to include mid frequencies because the sub can't reproduce them. The control was set around mid point. The control of the sensitivity is perfect. It comes with a brick that has zero noise and zero hum. The output power is overstated. It is not possible to get 100 watt RMS out of this unit. The power brick has a rating of 19V. The brick can only deliver 89 watt. Let's call it 80 watt because it allows for some of that power to be dissipated as heat in the unit. That is at 4 ohms. The speaker's power should be cut in half. 40 watt RMS into 8 ohms is what you'll get. The amplifier doesn't have fins and can't dissipate heat, so it will shut down on continuous high power use. I use it as a sub-woofer amplifier to play music and games loudly on my PC. If your demands are more intense, you should consider a plate amplifier. The switch converts the amplifier into a very capable amplifier with a flat frequency response, which could solve many needs. This is a very good amplifier if you know it has a few limitations.
There is a high EFFICIENCY for small to medium sized rooms. The HTS 12 features a long throw woofer with Polk's proprietary Dynamic Balance Technology designed to fill your room with three-dimensional sound in great clarity. The sleek rounded corners are a highlight, but this sub will surely take your movie and music experience up a notch with its deep rumbling bass from the in-built 200 watt amplifier. Potent Power Port Technology delivers deeper bass response with its turbulence-smoothing diffuser that transitions air flow from the speaker into your listening area, minimizing any kind of distortion and delivering rich full-range sound everywhere. The sub comes with LFE and stereo line level inputs. Pair it with any of Polk's Signature series 2-channel stereo speakers or create a complete home theater with S60 tower, S20 bookshelf and S35 center channel speakers. The rear panel has all the controls for volume, low pass filter, and phase toggle that are needed for optimum bass levels. The front has a clean look. Polk has a commitment and expert craftmanship with their use of advanced technology, master engineering, and innovation, which helps them bring out the best in sound systems and speakers. So you can relax and listen.
👤The sound of the sub is good when on. A dud. When off for a while, the status led will go off. When the unit is set to auto on, it no longer turns back on using the 12vtrigger from the reciever. Plug the power back in after a while to get it working. Even tried with another reciever and still had an issue. I contacted tech support and got no response over a week later. I got an email reply. They said they were too busy and that if I still need help, they would be happy to help. I tried that and was hung up after talking to a rep. 45 minutes was wasted. There is still a broken item.
👤I need to replace 2 non-working subs. I bought a 1000W Paradigm Servo 15 in 2006 for $2000. An old Polk model that was small but great bass was the other. I had gotten a 50W Polk sub as part of a HTIB several years ago, and I only have one remaining working sub. I decided to upgrade my sub to something more punch than 50W after purchasing a brand new 5 speaker surround set-up, a new Sony receiver, a 4K dvd player, and a new Sony TV. I know what an earthquake is like having owned the Servo. I wouldn't need that powerful in my family room. The HTS 12 would be great. The difference in power specifications is important. The description usually lists peak power, which is double what the RMS power is. The sub can put out power continuously. A brief burst of power is what the peak power is. The sub has a 200W rating but a 400W peak. I put the sub on an Auralex Gramma foam isolation pad to prevent room shaking from the laminate flooring. I have it at 80% volume and an 80HZ point. It wasn't long before I noticed my chair vibrating. This bass is powerful. Clean bass is the other thing to look for in a sub. A lot of subs can put out a lot of power. Loud is not good. You want the sub to disappear so that you don't even realize it's there. This sub does that well. It looks good. There is a huge port on the bottom. It's too powerful and I can't believe it's only 200W. I'm going to buy another and put them in my basement to replace my Paradigm. I don't need the floor to shake constantly so I'm going to put the 100W HTS10 in my family room. I was very happy with my purchase.
👤I'm a story teller and so I'm going to tell some of the issues and why this sub was kept. There is a Even though Amazon left it at the door for anyone to take it, I was very happy when I got the sub. I may have never gotten the sub if I came home early. After opening the sub, my expectation went up even higher. I had to make sure I had a place for it, so I cleaned out my closet. I was anticipating that this sub would have the punching power to give the lows and that I could create an enclosure like a closet to only hear the sound of resonance. I quickly learned that this isn't a sub that packs power. When I closed the closet door, I didn't hear the sub at all. After doing various tests, including listening to this sub, all other channels were unplugged. This is where I knew that the receiver wasn't powerful. I sat on my couch and prepared myself to repackage it and send it back. I read the instructions while getting the wrappers together. The instructions are written in different languages so they have a book feel to them. When I read through the instructions, I was surprised to see that it said that rap is the best test case for the sub as it has lows in most of it's music. They gave instructions on where to place the sub. I don't usually read instructions. I was wondering if I missed something after reading these. The speaker was placed in a section. I decided to listen to my old subs and this new one. I have two other Polk 505s. I was able to get two of those subs because I bought both of them on sale. The Polk 505s have limitations. The 505s try to amplify, but really they sound like paper flapping loudly. The HTS 12' doesn't amplify at close range, but it makes a sound at low frequencies. The words are close to each other. After listening to the Polk HTS further back, they sound good, not 400 dollars good. They sound good for the price. I was hesitant to keep them. I didn't get the amplification I was looking for. I made a final decision, I said I would follow the instructions and place the speaker next to the Front speakers. The Polk Audio Monitor 70 Series II Floorstanding Speaker was placed with the 3 other speakers. I played some of the music I used to play on my speakers. I will give you a quick list of those records. I quickly understood the purpose of this sub when I started listening to the music. The Polk HTS sub is all about place. The Polk HTS is a back up singer, meaning it can sound adequate by itself, but it really shapes the way bass lines are supposed to sound. The Polk HTS looks like it has a nipple like other subs, but it isn't using this new cone technology. The Polk HTS uses technology that makes it amplify at low frequencies about 4 to 6 feet in front of the sub. The target area of amplification is the center living room. The Polk HTS offers frequencies. The Polk HTS sub does not have a powerful bass line sound, but it does shape how the bass sound is. This is true when you pair the Polk 505s with me and I have 2 of them. There is a place behind my TV and a place next to my couch. You get those.2 frequencies and they sound great when adjusted. I used to like the songs that were missing. I have the HTS, which has alleviated these concerns. The Polk HTS is focused on bass quality and not shaking your home. I have both with the HTS and the 505s. I need to find a place to put it. It would only be an even number of subs if I bought it. I would only recommend this speaker if you understand the concept of placing this speaker next to your front speaker and it compliment subs that are already hard hitting. The Polk HTS has a warm sound. The bass line is shaped by the HTS. I advise users of HTS to keep their receiver at 80hz and to tune the speaker at the highest frequencies. I think the HTS goes up to 120hz, but you will get all the benefits of this receiver if you place it there. If you get the HTS, I will give you 2 or place it with others you already have. The sub lacks power. That's okay. You can squeeze the juice out of it if it's placed right.
The service is high quality. You can get the great shopping exprerience with 18 months warrenty and 24 hours after-sale service online. A small, simple design but powerful, built-in low pass filter. Solid aluminum chassis for long time use, advanced circuitry design, built-in speakers protection circuit. The Texas Instruments chip is NE5532 op-amp. Nothing is playing through it, and it is dead silent. The Hi-fi mono integrated class d amplifier is exclusive to the customers who pursue HiFi sound. The TP-02 subwoofer amplifier, power adapter, user manual, and 18-Month global warranty are what you get.
👤Within 2 hours of tinkering with the amplifier my Husband knew it had to be replaced. The Buttkicker's amplifier was underpowered and overheated so he started researching and found no alternative. He came across this after more research and decided to give it a try. This tiny amplifier is a mean punch. No more clips! No more underpowered! Our house sounds like a train is speeding through it. The volume control doesn't have an indicator on it, and the amplifier has only one con. But! He was able to draw an indicator using a piece of tape and nailpolish because the volume control isn't infinite-spin.
👤It's difficult to judge these littleamps, they do good power. More than enough for a small room. I wanted to use my sub at home so I bought this. This unit does what it is supposed to do. If I want to get a balanced sound that doesn't overwhelm the mids and highs on my bookshelf speakers, I can max the knob on this and rattle the neighbors' windows. The little amplifier delivers. It doesn't get warm even after hours of use. A small package of clean power. If you have a 36V adapter, you can get even more power out of this chip. I can't think of a situation where you wouldn't need more power than what this thing gives, but hey you can do that.
👤I bought 3 of these to power bass shakers in my home theater chairs, I can't comment on sound quality as far as operation, but I have no complaints. I connected each amplifier to a pair of aura bass shakers and they do a great job. My home theater has become a 5D experience, between the two 12* powered Subs and the bass shakers. Would definitely recommend them.
👤Woah. I was so happy after trying to keep my expectations low. I'm an audio engineer. I like 15"s. Kicker and Rockford are my go to brands. I don't like Boss or HiFonics subs. The bandpass boxes wink. I know about both of those things. I have an amplifier on 1/3 gain that I use to amplify my Sony receiver and 2 large speaker cabinets. This amplifier cleans them and drives them. They hit harder than my bedroom setup, which included a Polk Psw-108 and a 15" powered sub. I could have built my own speaker boxes with my own subs and hit a lot harder if I'd known about these. Wow. For reals. It seems it could handle a pair of 15"s.
👤I bought this to replace the old Carver amplifier that I was using to control the speakers. It gave up the ghost after 30 years of service. The sound adjustments/volume of my amplifier are not picked up by the Carver. The bass was louder than the dialog and music on the rest of the sound track at first. To get a balanced sound stage, I had to adjust the volume to barely above the on position. It's easy to turn these knobs, so you can find the sweet spot all over again. You have to guess where the knobs were set before they are accidentally moved. It takes a week or so before the sound warms up. They give a nice bass tone to movies and tv shows and can shake the room when needed. I don't listen to much music on my system. I would like it to be easier to keep the knobs from moving or that there were markings available to make it easier to reset them if they are accidentally moved. These little Amps are worth the cost and effort to set them up.
A power hungry vehicle. For extra bass and punch, a 10-inch Dynamic Balance woofer and a directed port provide accurate bass with added depth. A perfect solution for a small room. Even at low frequencies, the sound is rich and deep, even at high volume. The speaker plays the most demanding nodes without any distortion. The power to 100 Watts of Dynamic Power can be doubled with the in-built 50- watt amplifier. This sub is highly durable and fit for use. It is easy to integrate with existing systems. Variable 80-160 Hz and 40-160 Hz frequencies. A sleek grille on the front, speaker and line-level inputs, as well as speaker-level outputs on the back, make this sub cohesive and complete!
👤The glowing reviews for the PSW10 came to me after I had gone through three smaller 8” subs. It was better than anything I had before, and it was every bit as good as they say. I was so impressed with the musical performance that I began budgeting for something even better. The PSW10 cost 5x more than the SVS SB12-NSD, but many forums claimed it was light years ahead of it. I found the claims to be exaggerated after breaking in my new SVS. It could reach down to a bone-rattling 15hertz, which I like, but may not be everyone's cup of tea. For every other attribute, the PSW10 was 80% the quality of the SVS. I had to replay a bunch of songs side by side with both subs and assign a 10% more tightness to the SVS. Maybe some people consider that last 10% improvement night and day, but I just call it 10%, as in only really noticeable when compared side to side. I agree with many other reviewers that the PSW10 is perfect. Nothing can be done at its price point.
👤I had a Denon receiver and ordered 2 of these. I figured I might as well try it. I read an article on an A/V forum that said that 2 lesser expensive woofers is better in a home theater than 1 single premium one, because it will fill the room better and matter less where you're sitting for how you hear the bass response. I am blown away. I have one on either side. They sound great with games, music and movies. Replacing my theater in a box sub sounds terrible. I watched the Dark Knight and it was crazy how much more powerful the guns, cars, and punches were with the better bass and music of the films. Weapons firing and explosions in games will shake the walls if you want them to. I'm sure a single one of these would be a huge upgrade over theater in a box subs, but with a pair, they really shine. Highly recommended.
👤I bought two of them because my Pro Sub 1000 died after 8 years. The purchase was based on the reviews. The receiver has two outputs. I decided to get two when I only had one. I was a bit underwhelmed at first. I was expecting a lot more bass, but it wasn't the case. It didn't have the same effect as my DT. I was expecting the cost of the DT to be under 200, but it is close to $500. After messing with the output of my speakers and receiver, I finally got a decent sound that I can live with. I have to keep the volumn on the subs to get the results I want. I only had to have half of it. I don't play music on my system, so I don't have a review of the sound quality. I'm glad I got two. There will be additional review after two days. I will now rate these as a 5 star after I realized that the lack of bass from these speakers was caused by an operator error. I didn't have the output to the sub turned up from minimal. Once I started cranking it up, I got more bass. Excellent. I can turn down the master volume on the speaker. The auto shutoff feature was malfunctioning. It wouldn't wake up on a signal return when it went into sleep mode. I didn't have a high enough output to the sub on my receiver. It works great after another issue was solved. Very happy with the purchase.
The design is compact and strong for customers who like Hifi sound. 100 watt output power can be provided by the Hi-fi Amp with Clean Sound Quality. Nothing is playing through it. A selector can be used to switch between full-frequency and sub bass amplifier. The mini compact design is practical and powerful. The Home Hi-fi mono integrated class d amplifier is exclusively designed for the customers who pursue HiFi sound. The service is high quality. You can get the great shopping exprerience with 18 months warrenty and 24 hours after-sale service online.
👤The speakers were hooked directly to the stereo.
2.5kHz (12dB/octave slopes) is the whisper-to-woofer ratio. The PBTL/sub switch makes it convenient to use G2 PRO as a full Frequency Amp or Sub Amp. Both passive and active subs can be connected to G2 PRO. Two G2 PRO can be used to drive the left and right channels independently. The max 300W output power can be used with a TPA3255D2 chip and a large power supply. It has a good match with the other things. The speakers are standing. The best design has a gain switch that allows for a 2-level of output level setting. It has a built-in speaker protection circuit, a low-pass filter, and an amplifier that can output at the same time to bring a hi-fi listening experience. The mini size amplifier is very suitable for Hifi home and desktop audio system use and has an elegant appearance.
👤I only have a few hours of listening so far, but I may be able to leave my preliminary thoughts. I intended to buy two of these for use as monoamps for stereo left and right channels, unlike most who seem to be buying this as a mono amplifier for sub amplification. I have always been curious about the benefits of monoamps for stereo and these are an inexpensive way to experience that. I have a collection of high value, surprising performance Chinese high fidelity products. I have come to expect better performance than the price will allow. The general build, the switches, and the connectors are all top quality. It was easy to setup and it was running in less than 10 minutes. I connected my high value component to my vintage tube preamp, and then the left and right inputs on the preamplifier went to one mono amplifier and the other input went to the other. After connecting my speakers, I set the mode on both the Amps to PBTL. It was likely not necessary. I think it would be nice to add some tube warmth to the experience. I may eliminate the chain's preamplifier at some point in the future. The sound was good high end and very forward. The bass seemed to be very subdued, which was noticeable, given the bass capability of my speakers. The bass started to grow after half an hour. The Amps were now sounding full range, perhaps needing time to warm up or charge. There was clarity, separation, and dynamics. The volume was about 1/3 of what it was. The speakers only need a watt or two to get going, so the Amps have way more power than needed, which brings me to my next point. I don't know how Nobsound can call a 300 watt amplifier a 300 watt amplifier. The power supply can only provide 160 Watts. Power is not a limitation for my purpose, I am not sure how that translated to 8 ohms. Being class D, these Amps can stay on for hours. I think I'm only getting close to 100 watt out of these Amps, which is still more than enough for my speakers, since one is dedicated to the left channel and the other is dedicated to the right. The merit comparison with my class is from the 80s, despite how some may deride class D operation. I think the Aragon amplifier will be more refined and warmer than the Nobsounds, but they were much more expensive and heavy. I am not sure if it is that much higher in fidelity. I am very pleased with these monoamps. I have not had a problem with other Chinese components for the long term. How these compare to vintage class gear will be decided in the future. I don't want to spend time on comparisons of these monoamps because I'm enjoying them so much. I bought a Nobsound 6p1 tube amplifier with positive results. The 6p1 is a great value in a true class A tube amplifier. I decided to give the 6p1 a rest and hook the G2 Pros back up. The G2 Pros cane across as impressive and equally enjoyable as a hand wired class A tube amplifier. They seem more broken in and compelling through the full audio range. Nobsound/Douk Audio products are both tube and solid state. I don't think I would have to listen very critically to discern the differences between vintage and higher cost gear.
Their worry-free 18-month warranty and friendly customer service are what you get with the BT30D Amp. The sub power amplifier is called the NS-03G. It is not compatible with active/powered subs as well as normal speakers. It can offer 100W high power. The knob has a smooth volume control. A mini and a solid shell. It can be placed on your computer. 3.5mm AUX input. You can easily connect various sound sources. This one does not have a power supply. You can either buy the power supply you like or choose a high quality 19V power supply. Good quality power supply should be chosen. At least 4A is recommended.
👤I wanted to drive a passive sub for my home theater system. I replaced the 100k feedback resistors with a 100k pot because the gain was too high. I wanted the sub to have a cutoff Frequency of 70hz, but it appears that is not the case. I removed the filters to turn this into a straight amplifier. If you're going to use this with anything that has bass management, you should buy the non-subaru version. Why 3 stars, mostly the gain, what were they thinking?
👤It can be used to power 2x 8ohm Tactile Transducers. I was afraid that the high level input wouldn't be acceptable and would need to convert it to low level, so I pulled the signal from the already powered sub. It's working great! I only have it turned to 30% volume because I don't want them to perform the subs too much. I'll probably buy another one when I do a box build and when I put another transducer on my PC chair. I made a center leg for the couch in the image, which is mounted on the other side.
👤I needed to replace a bad sub amplifier plate which would have cost $100. I took a chance with the Nobsound 100 watt Digital sub amplifier. The volume knob doubles as a power switch and there is no auto-on feature like most powered subs have, but it works great for what it is. I use a remote power switch for the sub to avoid having to adjust the bass level every time it's turned on. You will need a power supply. There are many laptop power supplies. I'm using a brick from an old sound bar and it seems to give the same power as my previous plate amplifier that was rated at 100 watt. If your amplifier has a typicalRCA sub out jack, you will need a 3.5mm male to male cord to plug it into the Nobsound's input. You can connect the Nobsound to your speaker with bare wire or binding posts. This little black box should sound like a decent sub with no hum or buzz.
👤We had a surround sound system in one of the rooms, but no amplifier or receiver for the passive sub. I picked up a receiver and decided to get an amplifier. The sleek looking amplifier does the job. A star is docked two ways. It's not obvious, but the power adapter isn't included. I picked up an option from Menards. The one that is sold separately for $18 works just fine, and that little detail nearly doubles the cost of this amplifier. The banana plugs in the back were loosened. I tried to loosen the one and the whole thing spun in the housing so I used a banana plug instead of the bare wires. If this was a complete package, it would cost between $30 and $35 including the power supply.
👤I used one of these to power a bass shaker under my office chair. It worked well in that capacity for a year, but then stopped working. I changed it to: This was not the amplifier's fault. The amplifier does its job if the wiring is good. The unit will generate sparks if the power adapter is plugged into the wall before plugging it into the amplifier. See the video. This happens even when the unit is turned off. I would have expected this behavior to be by design, but it is. I don't think there's a huge safety issue with this, but I think the issue could be designed away with a different circuit or power jack, so to me that's worth a star.
The corner is where you want your subwoofer to be for optimal performance. The NE5532 op-amp is a sub amplifier that can provide 100 watt output power for a 4-ohm speaker. This amplifier can be used to improve the bass response of passive subs, and can also be used to switch to a sub bass amplifier or mono amplifier. It's practical and powerful because of its mini size and solid shell. The Home Hi-fi amplifier can give a deep, crisp, clean low-frequency sound effect in dedicated home theater systems and media rooms. It is designed for customers who like HiFi sound. You will get a user manual, 18 months warranty, and 24 hours after-sale service for the amplifier, power adapter, and AC cord.
👤The home theater system I use has a 150W power supply die, and I have a large enclosure with a 12 watt sub. I wanted to see if the amplifier would work well with my amplifier. I was a little worried that it wouldn't be able to hit 150W, and that it wouldn't drive the sub as well, because it wouldn't usually be high enough to hit 150W. It worked well with the old amplifier. The sub's built-in amplifier sounds better than this one. It seems to handle 60Hz better. This unit has more power than I'll ever use, because I've turned music or a movie action sequence way up. There are a few drawbacks but they are manageable. 1. The power switch and volume control should be separate. 2. The class D amplifier uses very little power and I wish it had an 'off' feature. 3. Make sure you have a 3.5mm to male and 3.5mm to female plugs cable. I wish it used regular jacks. The 3.5mm jack isn't secure. The tiny and light weight amplifier could move. It is easy to accidentally move it. #2 isn't that big of a deal, and #1 and #3 aren't really an issue once you are done setting it up. I would recommend it to a friend who needed a amplifier.
👤It's hard to believe that a tiny box can do so much. I had a polk audio sub that went bad a few years back. I searched for something like this but couldn't find it. Two weeks ago my jbl sub went bad. I found this item on Amazon and thought it was worth a try. I decided to get my old polk 10 inch sub out of storage because I couldn't believe how well this powered my 8 inch jbl sub. It was able to power that one as well. I don't have the volume set to half and it makes the sub thump. The price was less than the replacement parts would have cost me. This item would be perfect with an auto power feature. I can't complain at such a great price.
👤After 15 years of using the internal powered amplifier on an Infinity sub, I gave up the ghost, and I didn't trust myself to replace the capacitors on the internal board. I wanted to replace the internal amplifier board with something else because I loved the boom of the speaker and cabinet. Since I didn't need to bother with a connection to satellites anymore, I stumbled across this little amplifier, which was worth a try. I removed the back panel of the sub, picked up a piece of fiberboard and started making a new back panel. I soldered a connecting wire from the panel mount jack to the mono jack for the input of the amplifier, and used a leftover part from the old one to hold the DC power supply in place. I used hot glue to seal the power cord entry and the amplifier. It's not pretty but it works well and is easy to remove. After wiring it all up and turning it on, my old sub is back in business. I'm hoping I can make the sub last another 15 years for fifty bucks.
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