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.
Bluetoot allows you to stream music from your phone, it's energy efficient and robust. The technology allows easy wireless connection to iPod/iPhone/iPad or other devices, such as smartphones, tablets or even loptops. You can enjoy your favorite music, sound from video or game on this speaker. Since each transducer is driven by its own dedicated amplifier, a dual amplifier ensures enhanced sound performance. The result is deep and powerful bass sounds that have high impact without interfering with the higher frequencies so they remain pure and detailed. Better control on the phase and frequency response of each is accomplished by combining with active crossover design. MAX Sound technology gives an instant boost in bass, maximizes volume performance and instantly creates the most impressive listening experience with just the touch of a button. It instantly increases bass and volume to maximum levels without distortion. The result is a noticeable amplification of both sound spectrum and volume. Audio-in for portable music. Audio can be played from portable media players. The Audio in is a great way to enjoy your favorite music in a superior sound quality, and it is also very convenient as you only have to plug your portable mp3 player into the audio system. Simply tune into the station that you want to preset, press and hold the preset button to memorize the frequencies. With preset radio stations that can be stored, you can access your favorite radio station without having to manually tune it.
👤The product description says the system has a total output power of 230W. I knew this was not what I was expecting when I received the box. The system is 15W. The system is a micro mini system.
👤The compact stereo works well and is easy to use. You can consult the user manual, but it's not necessary. It has a CD player that can read mp3 disks, as well as a headphone jack, and it also has a flash player. The remote is well designed, but it's a bit of a disadvantage that you need it for most functions. The speakers are good for a small system. They are 6x9x5 inches and have a max. 15 Watts is the output power. They don't sound tinny and provide a fairly undistorted, true sound at all volumes. It's good for spoken word, classical music, and pop/jazz/rock. If you're used to using subs, you'll be disappointed because they don't deliver bass on that level, but that's to be expected. I can now listen to music without getting annoyed at the sound quality, because I have this system in my kitchen. The differences between balanced, clear, powerful, warm and bright are so small that you might as well forget about the DSC sound enhancer. The pairs are easy. My phone, iPad, and laptop all connected. It's not password protected, so someone could connect from the outside, but with a range of less than 30 feet, it's not likely in my neighborhood. The remote control is nicely arranged. I read reviews of systems that are hard to understand. This one is easy to use. I'm pretty happy with this system. It's the right size and sound quality for my kitchen. It has a simple design, so it doesn't look like a transformer toy in your house. There is no easy way to get to the desired track after playing an mp3 disk with an audio book. An mp3 disk has between 150 and 200 tracks. The system doesn't remember which track you were on when you turned it off. If you want to get to track 80, you have to remember the track and push the forward button 80 times. You can't hit in numbers. I took off one star because of that.
👤The product is good, but only the barest minimum of instructions are published byPhillips. Online isn't any help, either. You have no idea how to operate it.
👤It should have better sound. It's not very loud. It is small and not a good thing. The sound needs to be improved.
👤There aren't a lot of micro hi-fi systems. I don't know if the audio equipment manufactured by the company is still available for the US market. I needed a new system for my 13 year old one. The dimensions are perfect and I got this because I wanted to fill the space that was left by the Sony system. It's a sleekly designed system that looks nice, is compact, and works well, and the remote is fine, even though it isn't a high-powered system.
300- watt power The Pyle 4 Channel Pre-Amplifier is a must have for your home theater entertainment system. It gives you 300 watt peak power to be used for multi speakers and allows you to enjoy high quality amplified audio. The personal digital amplifier box supports a variety of devices, including a CD player, a microphone, and a pair of headphones. The integrated hybrid amplifier has a built in wireless music streamer. Works with the latest devices. A/B speaker selection. You can choose b/w speaker set with the professional integrated stereo receiver. Either A or B speakers can be used. When it is turned on, it uses both speakers as default. There are EQ controls. The sound amplification device has buttons for the audio sources, the selectors, and the master volume adjustments. A power cable and remote control are included. Refer to the PDF attached below for the Technical Specification for Manual.
👤First things first, it's a Pyle. What does that mean? It's not going to please an audio engineer, and if you have good equipment, its specifications are not very impressive. If you know that going into the purchase, then you're buying a decent piece of equipment. You can't expect quality at less than $100. I instantly noticed that it was a little lighter than my Denon and Pioneer. Two of those receivers are in my great room and basement. The gazebo's cabinet has the Pyle in it. It will power the two outdoor pool speakers for Zone A and the one speaker by the fire pit for Zone B. For the limited needs of this project, there's no need to buy another Denon or Pioneer. If it lasts a few years in an outdoor cabinet, it will be money well spent. It took 10 minutes to unbox, carry outside, and connect the speakers. I was off and streaming from YouTube Music before Amazon even updated the order page to reflect the item was delivered. I have terrible outdoor speakers and the sound is decent. I don't like receiver with an exhaust port, but I think it's a good idea because the remote doesn't work fancy, but it does work. I wouldn't touch a pole with a car audio device. If you know what you're looking for, it can be a good deal. An equivalent Sony receiver would cost over $100 and be limited to 2 channels. The receiver fits the bill because we have three speakers.
👤This is a strange receiver. The brief product outline is written in chinese and it comes with no instructions. The remote does not come with batteries, but that may not matter since there is no on / off switch. The display is too garish for my taste and can't be turned off. Once you learn the options, they are helpful. The controls are easy to use. You will have to play around with them a bit since there is no real instruction. It works well. I was surprised by the power of the speakers, the ability to use my phone as a gps device, and the fact that the radio works with my phone. I am keeping it. It's a good thing.
👤For my needs, okay. The outside pool area had an old tuner. There is no on/off on the remote. There isn't a user manual. I don't think the one page picture of the back of the unit is a manual, and still can't figure out how to set the channels for the pre - set's. When you turn the unit off and on again, the unit starts up on whatever channel it feels like, not the channel you left it on when you turned it off. It was very upsetting. It will suffice for my needs, but an instruction manual is the most basic thing that should be included. Had this unit long enough to edit my initial review. Don't waste your time with total garbage. Get something else if you spend a little extra. I am not going to give it to Goodwill. I'll throw it in the trash and save the next person the hassle.
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 hybrid Tractrix Horn is 90x90 300 watt power. The 2-Channel stereo amplifier receiver is perfect for karaoke and home theater. It gives you 300 watt power output, which allows you to enjoy high quality amplified audio. INPUTS: 7 The digital amplifier box supports a variety of external sources, including a CD player, a tape deck, a microphone, and a headphone output. There is a combo screw-type banana plug speaker output. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The professional indoor stereo receiver has a 45 plus ft wireless range. Works with today's latest devices including smart phone, iPad, iPhone and computer. There are EQ controls. The buttons for mode controls are responsive. The controls for mic volume, balance, bass, treble, master volume, input source and the unique folder/track are knobs. There is a digital display. The integrated receiver for home stereo has a built-in radio with built-in display and audio control center. Includes remote control for distant audio adjustments.
👤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 power output is 300 watt. The maximum output of the PT270AIU is 300 watt, which will fill your room with sound. The amplifier has a brilliant digital fluorescent display. The mode is AM/FM. The amplifier has an antenna. It has an auto station seek that will help you to enjoy listening to your favorite stations with up to 50 radio station preset and a quartz tuner. You can listen to your favorite music with the mp3 player plug-in. It has a docking station for all iPod models. You can connect your iPod to the docking station. Stereo and RCA inputs for play media are included. You can also play your favorite media with theusb ports. It has 2 1/2 inch mic inputs and mic volume controls. A speaker is speaking out. The amplifier has banana-plug speaker terminals, two monoRCA outputs, and a separate gain control. It has a speaker out switch and multiple sets of speakers.
👤I bought the outdoor stereo for our pool. The receiver was attractive because I was interested in having many formats to play music from. I usually play music from an ipod, mp3 orusb, but my wife was adamant that it have radio as she likes to listen to NPR or talk radio while reading her ebook. I thought this unit would have all of the options we wanted built in, for an awesome price, after checking pawn shops for older low budget receivers. Many of the comments on here are spot on. The remote has been left off and the input does not return to DVD when you turn it on. The dancing lights give the impression that it is an equal. I keep our fan in a plastic outdoor cabinet so you can't hear it, but I hope it stays that way. The manual is completely devoid of instructions. I think the receiver does not work because the antenna is not worth using. You can get a better speaker wire than the one supplied with the unit. Some of the bad comments that I read in the review are put to rest. Everything works on my unit. I don't have a low level buzz or hum as many have claimed. I think they have a poor connection with their speakers, or an electrical issue such as a poor ground. Make sure your mp3 player volume is turned up as that will affect volume levels, the retractable audio cord for the ipod dock works fine. If you change the input switch to ipod, the receiver will not find your devices. The device is anusb device. This is normal for a receiver. The default input at each start up is the DVD set, with the receiver "defaulted" to be used as a home theater. The station search works on the receiver, but you have to figure out how to use them, as the manual gives no instructions. The search function found all of the stations my car can, without static, radio works well and pulls a good signal. Our deck is loud with volume with 4 speakers. As long as it keeps running, I would highly recommend this product, as I am surprisingly happy with the purchase.
👤The receiver is connected to the floor speakers with two 10" subs and a 450 watt powered sub setup for jamming tunes and playing video games. The receiver has the power to push the speakers. This is a 2.1 audio so you won't get a great movie theater surround sound. You can't turn the unit off with the remote. There is a push-in button on the unit. I had my system on last and it never starts. No problem. I like this and have no issues. It is pretty good for under a hundred bucks. If you buy this, don't expect all the bells and whistles.
👤Do not buy unless you are absolutely certain you need this item. I paid $73 to get it, and I was trying out 2 receivers to fit into a mixed system. When I returned it, I only received $42.45 out of my 73 dollars. The components were in the original packaging. I was careful not to open or tear the plastic wrapping, and everything looked like it had never been opened or torn. If you are in the air and think there's a chance you won't like it... You can buy a different one from a different supplier.
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.
2X 120 watt power. The dual channel audio amplifier is perfect for Stereo and PA applications. You have 2 x 120 watt power at 4 - 8 ohms impedance. Enjoy high quality music. There are multiple intrusions. Three Stereo RCA input sources are supported by this personal portable digital amplifier box. The following devices can be connected on the input channels. It also has a 3.5mm AUX for connecting mobile device like iPad, iPhone, and Android phones through the front panel. The pager/mixing mode is used. The integrated stereo receiver has a switch. In pager mode, the signal from the microphone will be used for auto talkover. For a fun karaoke session, switch to mixing mode. Theusb 2.0 inPUT It also has an indicator next to it. You can play your favorite audio files from your flash drive. It also has a mic input jack and a headphone jack. Also has an output for recording. There is a power toROIDAL TRANSFORMER. The amplifier uses a double counter for the PCB. It uses a "Toroidal" Transformer for high-quality performance and crisp sound.
👤The days of big, heavy, bulky, and powerful power sources are over. The micro amplifier is perfect for mixing instruments. It has a mic input as well. Quiet and works well. The price is perfect for people who want quality and don't want to spend a lot.
👤Does everything I need it to do. I put my TV and piano into my speaker so I can listen to my TV or piano again with a bulky receiver.
👤When it gets hot, it stops working. It is trash. I threw the box away so I can't send it back. Straight garbage.
👤This amplifier is awesome! I have large speakers that allow me to play my electronics through them. The blue lights dance around in response to the sounds coming from the devices. My headphones sound great when plugged in. Excellent product for a reasonable price.
👤I would recommend it based on price and quality, but be aware that holding down the fwd/rev buttons raises and lowers the volume so there's no way to fast fwd or rev during a track - not what you would normally expect.
👤Great sound, no problems, I love it.
👤I am very happy with my pyle reciever.
👤We're happy with it so far. It has a small footprint and is powerful enough to fill the area with sound. We are wired, but bluetooh will be useful.
3000 watt power The Pyle Multi-Channel Pre-Amplifier is perfect for home entertainment systems. It gives 3000W peak power to be used for multi speakers, which will allow you to enjoy high quality amplified audio. The digital amplifier box supports a number of devices. It has a flash drive reader, 3.5mm input, 2 14” mic inputs, headphone jack, and output jacks dedicated for the subwoofer. The Bible has a Bluetooth-compartment. The professional integrated indoor house stereo receiver has a wireless music streaming feature. Today's latest devices, such as laptops, tablets, and phones, work with hassle-free receiver pairing. Front panel control. The sound speaker amplification device has front panel controls for independent audio source selection, and a control center for microphone volume and echo control. It also has a dimmer control. RACK MOUNT: A high powered home theater pro audio receiver has a built-in cooling fan and overload/ short circuitry protection. There is a remote control and mounting brackets. The video system is PAL/NTSC.
👤I bought a 250 dollar Sony because I didn't have enough money to replace my Carver amplifier and pre amplifier. I bought the Pyle 3000 because it was a great surprise for the money and the sound was the same as my old Carver at a tenth of the price.
👤I would give zero stars if I could. The amplifier is cheap and garbage. It worked for a couple of weeks. We had someone look at it and change our iPad to see if it was the problem. It was only 32 days old and Amazon wouldn't take it back. The manufacturer wants us to pay for shipping to have it shipped back and also wants to charge us for any parts to fix it. Don't waste your money.
👤Junk. I opened the box and found something loose inside. Nothing was put in. I have no idea where the two screws came from, they came from a blown fuse. There are buttons stuck on the remote control. The sound quality is not what I was expecting. The CD door gets caught when you close it.
👤I bought this amplifier a few weeks ago. I'm not impressed with the sound quality. I had a party with friends and the sound was distorted with noise. I had to stop it. It's not worth buying at under $200.
👤I received my new computer yesterday and started working on it. The unit is packed in a single box. It has a 3000 watt Home Theater amplifier receiver with wireless blue tooth streaming, a pro audio stereo with AM/FM and CD/DVD player, and a mp player. I connected the Bose speakers to it immediately after taking it out of the box. I found several stations that sounded good. Everything is working out of the box. James OKelly is from Concord, NC.
👤I'm amazed by the sound. I used ceiling speakers for a restaurant and they worked great. A good sound for what was needed. If you're new to this type of purchase, you don't have to worry. You will get everything you need for just $179 for the set of 8 speakers. If you have the speakers that can handle it all, you shouldn't turn the volume all the way up.
👤Where to start? If you own a tizen tv, you will know that this soley is not easy to pair. It took almost 2 hours to pair it to my tv, I went to call customer support, but they don't have a phone number. I tried their live chat but it was only for sales reps and not support tech, so I was sent to support tech via email, but by the time I got the tv to connect to the blue tooth device, I already had it. The next topic is now on. The instruction manual doesn't give much information about it's bluetooth. It doesn't have a way to pair it manually with a pre programmed pin code. It doesn't have a specific channel for bluetooth, so if I want to listen to the radio, I have to push the button on the receiver to turn it off, which brings me to my next topic...the remote of all things the remote. The remote shown in the pictures is not the one I received. The cheap remote feels cheap and the buttons stick when pressed to protect the pcb. The volume and tuning buttons are small and hard to find unless held under the light and the remote is black with blue around the buttons with white text. If you have decorations on your living room table or tv stand that are remotely close to the front of the receiver, it's a pain to have the remote sensor blocked. I would first like to say that sound quality is the next topic of my post. I expected less for it's price, but it sounds really good and it drives all 4 speakers. The amplifier. I can set the volume to 10 and it's loud enough to hear a pin drop when I'm watching. There is a slight static when nothing is playing, but you won't notice it happening. The digital eq visualizer display is shotty and if the volume is low it doesn't light up or display on the screen like it's got anything going on, but it could be better. The main unit power is only on the receiver via a push button, not on the remote, which is acceptable. I like to turn off my systems when I'm not using them at night, but I don't think you would expect the entire unit to power down in a lit room. The dvd player is a nice feature but pointless in a home with multiple game systems and computers, and even if you have a smart tv that has netflix prime video, and such not really needed, it holds no use for setting up the audio outputs for the receiver. The on unit display is difficult to navigate and the buttons are hard to press. If you're looking for something with ease of use, don't buy this unit.
300 watt power. The Pyle 5.1 Channel A/V amplifier receiver is a must have for your home theater entertainment system. It allows you to enjoy high quality amplified audio by using 300W peak. The personal digital amplifier box has a stereo input and a radio antenna input. You can connect external sources such as a computer, DVD player, and TV. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The professional integrated indoor house audio receiver has a music streaming function. Works with today's latest devices including smart phones, tablets, iPhone and computer. The entertainment system provides full range audio reproduction. The base receiver, center channel speaker, and directable satellite speakers are included in the entertainment set. A digital display. The amplifier has a built-in digital display panel which shows all the functions and input used. A power cable and remote control are included in the package.
👤Don't buy if you're warned. The only sound that comes out of all the speakers is through bluetooth. If you want to watch a movie on your device, forget it. The sound will only come from the sub-bassoon and front left and front right. The sound from the speakers will not come from the center or rear speakers. I hid all of the speaker wires and mounted all of the speakers after setting up the whole system. The manufacturer tech support failed to return my calls or emails after multiple attempts, despite the fact that Amazon tech support could not resolve the issue. Amazon gave me 50% of what I paid.
👤Where to start? It's a good system. It's not for a night club but it is a movie theater. I gave the remote 2 stars because it needs to face right at the sensor. I connected x 2 tall speakers with a 10 inch and 8 inch speakers inside and x 2 box speakers with a 6 inch speakers and 4 tweeters. It adds a lot of sound.
👤The surround system does not come with good instructions so you may have trouble setting it up. You have to guess how to connect the wires at the end of the main box. It would be better if they put banana clips in the box. I could only get sound out of three speakers. I bought two different splitters, but they didn't work. I only got one reply a day from technical support. I got all the speakers to work after trying different things on the remote. The sound is good but it was a lot of work to get this set up.
👤The set is nice. We like having the ability to listen to the radio in stereo with our Smart TV, and this gives us great sound for our TV. If you want, you can mount the speakers to the wall. If you have a small place you are planning to put it in, make sure to get the measurements from the info.
👤The output is not bad for an affordable stereo. I use a surround sound system to deliver music that is designed to put people in a more settled state, adjusting their nervous system. This stereo shows that you don't need to spend a lot of money to get good quality.
👤I have had this unit for 34 days and it's not working right after only 2 weeks of use. The remote wouldn't connect to the internet anymore, it stopped working all together. I called customer service. They want me to pay for shipping as well. I don't have the original box. I have to figure out a different way to send it to them. I have to pay for shipping to return it. I've paid for shipping before, why a second time? Not happy with the product. I want my money back, not because it's fixed, but because I want it to be. It worked for 2 weeks.
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.
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