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.
Enjoy your home audio experience in the comfort of your home. 100 watt x 2 watt. The speaker impedance is 6 to 16. 3.5 millimeter input, stereo RCA output, and Phono input. You can stream your favorite music service, podcasts, and more from other devices. A/B can switch to play all at once, or in separate zones. The low profile design is easy to fit into a conventional cabinet. There are 30 station preset on the radio.
👤I've owned some very nice and very poor stereo receivers. I would give SONY high marks for design and build quality, but that's not the case with this receiver. I want to know how fundamental is something as a speaker connection. There are many tried and true methods, including screw-down binding posts and banana-plug connectors. The cheapest version uses the "clamp-down" version. Sony has taken this cheapness to a whole different level. Read on. Most of us know to use decent speaker wires, which have a decent amount of wire within the insulation, but "monster cable" is the exception. It's the same diameter as appliance electrical wire. I tin the tip of the wires to prevent them from unraveling. Sony made it impossible to use good speaker wire on this receiver. The cheap "clamp" type connector is not a good speaker wire and the opening is not large enough to fit a paper clip. Look at photos. The old Radio Shack receiver that this unit is replacing had good speaker wire connection posts. I had to cut one of the fingers off of the electrical connection so it would fit into the tiny space when hook-up time came around. I'm thinking of returning the entire unit. This is an example of a product that is not going through any quality assurance testing, especially by engineers in charge of designing the unit. I am not surprised that Sony had nothing to do with this receiver. It happens all the time. If you want to purchase this cheap receiver, you will probably have to use speaker pins, and I really dislike these things! There is a speaker with plugs and a speaker with connections and pins. Tome is in charge? That's on the remote control. How about a pair of headphones? Again, on the remote. Almost all of the "critical" adjustments are done on the remote control. If you misplace the remote control, get it wet or break it, you're SOL in regards to operating this receiver. You might think of ordering a second one just in case. I prefer to have actual KNOBS on my receiver for low, mid, and high frequencies, as well as some other critical functions such as loudness, tape monitoring, etc. Sometimes you don't get what you pay for. As this receiver seems to be in the marketing advertisement and from other "reviewers", you might want to broaden your search to include a different manufacturer. This is not the Sony I used to know.
👤I needed to replace my Yamaha receiver from 30 years ago. I was looking for a receiver with a phono input that was reasonably priced. I settled on this Sony and have been happy with it. It was easy to set up. You can plug in a phono jack with grounding wire and add additional inputs. You can use the remote control to change the inputs. Speaker wires can be put into the back of the clamps. The sound quality is good. Once the wire is tightened, the phono doesn't buzz. Everything is balanced through my speakers. My old receiver didn't have a feature that allowed me to pair my laptop with it and play my library without interruption. It works as well as the other way around. There are a few cons about it. You can only pair it to one device at a time, not both. I have a home clock and radio that is available online, but I don't think it's a big deal. You can use the remote to access preset on the radio. You can have up to 30. You need to hit the forward button on the remote or scroll with the on board knob. The tuner scans slowly to find stations. If it's not important to you, this makes for a very solid home receiver and very reasonably priced.
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 sound at home is comparable. You can enjoy your favorite shows and movies in the comfort of your home. Multi-dimensional and object-based surround sound is delivered by the two audio companies. 4K quality with support for Dolby Vision, HDR10, and hybrid Log Gamma provides greater and clearer color, contrast, and brightness. Get connected with 4 in/1 out HDMI each and 1 optical and coaxial digital and analog audio connections. The auto calisbration is done. Advanced D.C.A.C. adjusts the audio in every room. The smarter connected. You can use your phone to turn on the receiver. The receiver is 5 feet tall to fit into most cabinets.
👤I would recommend this receiver to anyone that is looking for an entry level receiver for a basic setup. There are a few quirks that you should know about before buying. 1. There isn't support for HDMI. This might not matter to most people, but it should be mentioned. If you don't know what CEC is, it allows devices connected to the receiver to turn the receiver off and on at the same time. The process of calibrating is terrible. I've tried different mics in different places, but they all sound terrible. It always sets the subs to the lowest setting and messes with the distances between the speakers. You will end up with a better sounding system if you just do all of that yourself. I'm using this receiver in a 5.1 setup. The setup sounds pretty darn good after I adjusted it. I have no issues with a 2016 4K Samsung TV and an Apple TV 4k.
👤I was surprised that there wasn't a feature for eARC. I realized my purchase was outdated after checking Sony's website. To upgrade to the latest version of the software. The eARC feature is provided by 1.171 for the STR-DH790. If you want to enable the feature on your PS4 you will need this software. The Sony site explains why you should care about eARC, and how the new eARC feature adds support for the latest audio formats. The eARC feature allows you to enjoy object audio content that cannot be transmitted with the ARC function. This doesn't support the CEC, according to someone in an earlier review. You may need to enable it on your TV to get it to work, for example the TCL 6 series requires you to enable it in the TV settings. It sounds great and it looks great. I updated to the new high speed Amazon cables and they passed through everything just fine. Older cables may not support the higher GBPS. I love that this supports both. The price is a great value. The user interface is a Cons. It sucks. Sorry. The on Amp Menu is very quirky to navigate and not very user friendly. The plug for calibrating the speakers was useless and gave me random errors on my speakers even though they worked well.
👤This unit is referred to as a 7.2 RECEIVER. It is not. They told me it was 7.1. There is a printed version of 7.2 in the sales material. There is a false advertisement.
👤Everything works without a problem. There is more than enough speaker for an indoor home application. The $1200 denon ffs are not worth it.
👤This is the first receiver I have ever bought. The cheapest 4k receiver that supports dolby atmos was this one. It's only $200. I don't need chromecast or anything in the $500 models because I am hooking this up to a computer. I have a set of 10 year old 5.1 pioneer speakers that I have from my old ps3 and xbox 360 audio rig. They were connected to the Sony receiver. What a difference a receiver makes. Those speakers sound better. I give it an A for sound quality. I don't like the fact that when I change it to radio, it will turn the output of the TV off and you have to go to the radio page. I connected it to my computer. I can't listen to the radio at the same time as I surf the net. I have a $200 sound card in my computer. The sound is better from the sound card. For playing games and listening to music, I'll use my sound card, but you need to use a hdmi cable. I picked this up instead of the logitech. It was very close to getting the logitech. I've been using it for over 10 hours and the heat it emits is barely noticable. I believe my breathe creates more heat than it does.
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.
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. The power of Watspee power is 220. The dual-pass Moukey stereo amplifier receiver is perfect for karaoke, home theater, acoustic sound system, and monitor headphones. Provide you with enough powerful power amplification, which can accommodate 2 sets of speakers, so that you can enjoy the home audio impact of high-quality audio amplification. Bluetooth is a wireless connection. The sound amplification mixer device has a range of up to 40 feet. The stereo amplifer is compatible with all of the latest devices. There are partition and partition modes. External signal sources are supported by the digital amplifier box. 2 audio inputs for a VCR, CD player, tape drive, two microphone inputs, a headphone output port, and a 3.5mm AUX IN radio antenna. Two pairs of banana plug speaker output are supplied with the RCA audio output. You can enjoy audio all the time with the special monitor headphone output design. Balance control is easy. The professional compact bookshelf sound amplifier has buttons for mode control. The microphone echo / volume, balance, bass, treble, master volume, input source and unique folder / track are controlled by knobs. The screen is high definition. The integrated receiver has a front panel audio control center. The stereo amplifier package has an antenna and remote control.
👤This piece of gear is amazing. The sound is excellent and it can manage an incredible number of sound sources. I'm a tinkerer, so after spending most of the first day of ownership connecting, reconnecting, jiggering, testing out, and sometimes cursing, I'm sitting at my laptop listening to a vinyl record of Mozart's Clarinet Chamber Music. The experts on this site have said that neither of these things could be done, but how to do it is another question. I'm doing it right now. This is how it is done. You know the tricks. It was a really easy one. The included antenna isn't the best. The one they sent me is not. 40 signals were found by the automatic station finder, but the closest one and the one I like to listen to have static, no matter how I position the wire antenna. I connected the FM input on the back of the MouKey to a cable outlet in the wall during my tinkering. I used the same type of cable connection that you use to connect your router to your cable feed. I now have 65 stations from all over the country. Another easy job is the turntable. I have a turntable that gives me a choice of using pre-amp or unamplified output. The MouKey is an amplifier, so you want to use unamplified output. If you have a turntable that has a RCA connection, you can plug it into the DVDRCA receptacle in the back of the MouKey. If you don't have a jack to connect the cord to the rcs, you can turn it into one you can use. You may need a short one that has two female ends. If you haven't already, connect your speakers. I have the amplifier connected to 8 and the DVD RCA connections to the right. The Bose ceiling speakers are Bose. They sound great. I haven't connected the speakers to the amplifier with the wire connections. I probably won't. If you want to be adventurous, read the rest of this. It can be done if you want to send music from a radio to another device, or if you want to connect other things via the same method. Read on. Make sure that the headphones on the left side of the MouKey are not plugged into the jacks on the right side. You don't want to do that at the moment. It's time to buy a transmitter. I don't think it has to be expensive. It depends on how much you listen to music. I have an inexpensive square transmitter/ receiver that is very, very touchy, and if it works, anything you buy will probably be better than what I have. The cheap little thing sounds bad. The more work it takes to connect, the more valuable it is. It is cheap and hard. Up to a point. I don't think so. Okay. Plug one end of the cord into the female headphone receptacle on the lower front of the MouKey. Push it all the way in. You need to connect the other end to your transmitter. Turn the power off. If you don't do this, your headphones, or whatever, won't connect to the wireless receiver of the MouKey or to your speakers or some other device, which will sabotage your project. Turn off any devices that are interfering with my check and then use my phone to check. There are some apps on the Play store that can find out what's going on with the devices. Everything off? Do whatever it takes to connect your transmitter to your receiver. This is where my cheap transmitter and headphones argue. The power on the MouKey will be turned on when they are connected. You can set the input selector to whatever you want. If you haven't already done so, turn on the source. My turntable is on, so I can listen to Mozart while pointing at the DVD. I don't think that is important, the little display shows our local NPR station. What you have chosen is what's transmitted. You are listening to sound that is gibberish from your MouKey. Is that really cool? Your speakers or headphones are picking up a signal from your external wireless device that's connected to the headphone jack of your amplifier that's connected to your sound source via theRCA jack on the back, and you're also sending that signal to your external wireless device that's connected The receiver is not being used. Hmm. You can now use your headphones or speakers to listen to another sound source, even if you don't own a phone, because you can connect your phone to the unused receiver. You could connect your speakers or headphones directly to this device, but what's the fun in that? You wouldn't hear the sound of the MouKey. Set your key so the display reads "Blue." In my case, it happened immediately and made me want to replace my cheap transmitter. If you want your phone to transmit to your MouKey, you have to turn on your Input Selector on the right side of the MouKey. You can download the Radio-FM Radio Station App for free. The Local Radio Free app is available for download. Your phone will allow you to listen to crystal clear radio all over the world. I think there are many stations. Send your station's output to the MouKey receiver and it will let you listen to music from all over the world. Enjoy.
200 watt power. The dual channel stereo amplifier is a must have for karaoke and home theater sound systems. It gives you 200W power. You can enjoy high quality amplified audio with the RMS. The personal digital amplifier box supports a lot of external sources. Features a CD player, a tape deck, a microphone, and a radio antenna. 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 mini amplifier system features responsive buttons for mode controls and a power ON/OFF switch. There are controls for microphone volume, bass, and master volume. There is a display meter. A built-in digital display shows the input mode, track, and folder name of the receiver. The package also includes an antenna and remote control.
👤Appears strong. The unit is larger than the mini Amp devices. This is larger than a car radio. Vents are supposed to keep it cool during peak performance. After weeks of play, the miniamps died. The radio on this amplifier works well in Northeast Ohio. This thing is loud and clear. There is a decent solid bass with my speakers. A mini amplifier is worth the price. It is very easy to operate with or without a remote. There are preset EQ settings and seperated bass and treble knobs. Fast to connect to a device. This little thing is rock solid so far. I used to buy 12 watt car and car amplifier from Plye in the past. This is the best mini amplifier I have ever owned.
👤My thoughts were 1-low power. I don't have a way to measure it. Do not expect this to fill a room. It does a good job running my computer. There are two radio stations. Not much of an antenna is used, and the ones it does, are not that clear. I didn't count on much here, and it lived up to that. The 3-AC power is not good. I get a humming when there is no music playing. I shift my desk around and it changes. BLUF: It is possible that shielding may not be the best. I'm ok with my volume, but I can see if it was on all the time and you had high volume. The output power was the biggest issue. I can't use this in the garage.
👤The power rating seems high. When nothing was playing, the two that I tried had significant noise. The noise got worse the longer it stayed on. It's probably poor design, substandard parts or both. The first unit was connected to the internet. The second unit took a long time to connect. It eventually worked. It sounded good for a bookshelf system when it was playing. It's cheap. The noise is worse, the connection is different, and people seem to have a lot of swaps or failures. It's going back. Will either pay a bit more for a quality name unit or check the yard sales and Goodwill for something cheap, since people seem to be abandoning their old, often little used stereo receivers.
👤I had over 800 files in different folders, and it counted every file before it played, but it only showed the track number and the minutes/seconds that the track had been playing. In my case, you only have to skip to the next track if you want to, and you don't have to show any other information. You can skip to the next file or the previous file. The description of this product says "display meter". A built-in digital display shows the input mode, track and folder name.
👤An outstanding amount of power in a small package. I had an Onkyo surround sound receiver that was quite a few years old that was starting to get old and not performing as well as I wanted it to. Straight out of the box, connected to my speakers. It sounded better. I expected this to serve the purpose but never thought it would sound so good. This is not a replacement for a surround sound receiver, but if you're looking for a single channel audio input and a right left audio output this is the receiver for you. Absolutely cannot beat the performance for the price.
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.
The peak power of the Pyle 5 Channel Hifi Audio Amplifier is 100 watt. You can enjoy crisp and high quality amplified audio with low distortion and acoustic accurate audio reproduction. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The small personal integrated indoor stereo receiver has a wireless music streamer. It works with today's latest devices, including laptops, computers, and phones. The professional Hi Fi amplifier supports many external devices. 5 sets of spring loaded speaker terminal connections are included. Front control panel. The amplifier has a built in display with buttons for functions such as input, volume, and surround, as well as a built in display with buttons for functions such as standby, tuner, and surround. There are EQ controls. The multi purpose 5 channel compact home theater digital stereo receiver box has buttons for audio adjustment. The remote control is for easy distant audio adjustments. Refer to the Technical Specification for User Manual for more information.
👤I would have given this 5 stars, but the inputs gave a bad sound output. I had the same issue with a Chinese unit. I am using this as a media center and the TV/Android TV Box are my only sound sources, so it was an option. The sound is crystal clear. One unit had a remote volume that was down after 1.5 years, but it works fine and feels solid. The remotes are $36 a pop. I used a universal remote that I learned from. You can control the volume settings for surround, center, and main with the remote. You can control bass and treble. All my settings were retained when the system was reset. This is connected to a power strip that shuts everything off when the TV is turned off. I was a little nervous because of the other reviews. Not an issue for what I received. I'm assuming they addressed the issues with later versions or the reviewers received faulty units. I prefer a lower volume setting because I don't want my speakers or THUMP my subs to blast. The unit came with a lot of instructions. It has a low-intensity blue display and doesn't distract when watching movies. It's the perfect size to fit on top of my sub and has rubber feet. I didn't assume something this small could drive an unpowered sub because my powered sub works with the high-pass speaker wires. I am using satellite speakers and a dual cone center channel speaker. The power of this makes it loud for a home theatre system. I don't expect this to work with large stereo speakers, and would cause distortion if you tried to use it as a pre-amp. It's never a good idea to amplify a signal. I would have been angry if I didn't have the option to use the HDMI option. The only thing that the HDMI can do is audio pass-through, it is not a receiver. I have to buy an HDMI splitter as I can't use it to switch between audio sources since I only use HDMI. Both units have issues now. One connects when it wants to and the other doesn't. One unit has issues with HDMI sound, where you have to cycle the inputs when you first start your show, or when you pause your show, or both. Only one source is connected.
👤This product was perfect for the bedroom. If you don't do the homework, you will be disappointed if you buy a surround system with Boom-Box volume. The reviewer who helped me decide to purchase this product was the same one who helped me with my application. I have setup a 27 inch TV in my bedroom with a single HDMI input and a streaming stick. I wanted better sound in my bedroom than my TV could provide. The sound system in the entertainment room was supposed to be louder than the bedroom's. I had spare Bose speakers that I wanted to use for the bedroom TV setup. The amplifier fit my application perfectly. I wired using 16-gauge wire. The two Bose speakers were put into the amplifier, the Roku stick was put into one of the two HDMI inputs, and the other end of the cable was put into the TV. I connected an F-Type female plug wire antenna to the amplifier to use the built-in radio when I'm not watching TV. I have not used the AUX inputs yet. I have been using the above setup for a month and I am very pleased with it. When the volume-dial is set to mid-way, the amplifier can drive the Bose speakers with enough power. I can use the input mode on the stick to stream video. The Bose speakers have better sound quality than the TV speakers. There are no issues with voice not being synchronized. There is a The amplifier's remote control is very easy to use. The instructions are very clear about how to operate the system. The amplifier unit has all the controls on it, as well as the remote. I added a wire antenna to the amplifier to pick up the radio stations. The amplifier has a lot of memory. The amplifier has a feature that works well. I connected my laptop to the amplifier. The Bose speakers had a better sound than the laptop speakers. The connection to my phone was easy to make. The low-cost unit that the Pyle PFA540BT amplifier is built for has a small footprint. It is on my bedroom furniture. I have not configured my bedroom entertainment system for surround sound, but it provides the option of connecting up to five speakers and a sub-woofer. I am very happy with the purchase I made, I chose the correct product for my application.
1000 watt power. The high powered Pyle stereo amplifier receiver is a must have. It allows you to enjoy high-quality audio by giving you 1000W peak power. The home stereo amplifier receiver has a front-loading CD/DVD player, mp3/usb flash drive reader, Aux ( 3.5mm) input, and a pair ofRCA audio in. It also has a subwoofer. It is comparable with Bluetooth. This 4 channel Pyle stereo receiver is compatible with a variety of phones and tablets. It has an AM/FM radio with preset stations. There are EQ controls. You can adjust the mic echo, treble, bass, volume, and subwoofer levels using the button or the included remote control on the front panel control center. The display is a digital one. A built-in digital display displays all the functions and input used in the receiver. Includes remote control, rack-mount brackets and cables. The display is a digital one. A built-in digital display displays all the functions and input used in the receiver. Includes remote control, rack-mount brackets and cables.
👤I have been a user of home audio and hi-fi systems since the 70s, and I have an honest opinion on the latest piece of technology, the Pyle PD 1000BT home audio amplifier. The player is not a cd player, so it's not a CD player change. If that is not a problem for you, you can program the tracks of the one cd you are playing on this unit. If you don't take the time to experiment with the unit by playing with it, it will make a problem for you. I guarantee that you will overcome the hurdle of not being able to fully understand how to operate if you do these things. It was worth it, even though it was a pain in the ass stripping the speaker wires, even when using what was supposed to be the correct wire strippers-w/ the different sized holes. There is a If you're 40 to 25 years old, all of what I'm saying might not mean much to you, unless you're into records. Will Amazon post this? C. Brazell, 5-25-21. I haven't used this unit since about May, but I found out today that there is a stop button on it. Stop. The CD is playing. I've never had a CD player that didn't work. As a button! When you press the stop button, the unit will stop playing, but you can't stop it on your own. It's very frustrating when I need to review the music I'm listening to, or even stop the music, before I want to listen to another track like it's done with any other CD player I've ever owned! I am forced to get another cd player because of this, because the folks at Pyle decided that it would be a trade-off for having an otherwise great playing unit. I still think that anyone who is interested in buying this unit should be aware of it's detractions and there are definitely some detractions in the PylePD 1000 amplifier.
👤I have two duds in my possession. The B speakers will only make a loud clicking sound when you try to connect them. It will only play with two speakers. Trying to save channels in memory is ridiculous. Stay away from this one. You need a magnifying glass to read the words on the remote control because it is hard to tell what the buttons are.
👤I followed the instructions, but I don't get the sound and DVD on the TV. My TV is a Smart TV and it is playing AM and FM. There is nothing else that works other than the radio. When pressed to open the DVD tray, the remote doesn't open it. I want to return the unit that I am displeased with.
👤There is a lot of features. I use it to listen to music from CDs while I play the guitar. A to B repeat is a good way to practice songs. When music starts playing, the static to the speakers gets toned out.
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.
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