You can enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows and more in the comfort of your home with Cinematic Sound at Home. S Force PRO delivers virtual surround sound with only a 2 speaker setup. You can use your phone to stream music and use a Standby turn on the receiver. A multi function system includes a multi channel stereo setup, a radio tuner and a headphone jack. There are 4 stereo Rca audio inputs and 2 digital audio outputs. In the box is a microphone, remote control, batteries, and a wire antenna. Also, note: Installation Manual and User Guide can be found in the catalog. Also, note: Installation Manual and User Guide can be found in the catalog.
👤I never leave a bad review, but this receiver did not allow for the full experience of the game. If I plugged my TV into my XBOX One X, it would be capable of playing both video and gaming. The build quality is good, but the lack of AUX-in was disappointing. I picked up the Yamaha after returning the Sony. It's $50 cheaper, has tons of more features, and has an AUX-in feature that I've wanted for years, and it passes the tests of both Dolby Vision and HDR10 correctly. Pick up the Yamaha, you'll be happy you did.
👤I put together a simple 5.1 surround system in my small den based on a Yamaha amplifier that started to go a little weird - it would turn itself on and off, sometimes wouldn't allow volume control from a remote, and sometimes wouldn't have picture resolution dropped. The sound was pretty decent. I decided to swap out the amplifier for the Sony one. Wow, what a change! It was easy to set up and calibrate. The sound stage is very detailed. It makes my speakers sparkle with clarity and crispness. I'm not a snob and my ears can still see a huge improvement in movie watching at a cheaper price. You will like this amplifier.
👤Great inputs. Good power. 60hz pass through. The enhanced HDMI option can be enabled. Arc control. I like it. The surround left channel is dead. The receiver died not even two years after the event. I'm disappointed, and that's coming from a Sony fan. My last receiver was from Sony. This was brought down from 5 stars to 2 by me. I think I'm buying a Denon.
👤I have an old entertainment system with a center and surround set that I use this unit to drive. The unit sounds good even with questionable speakers. I listen to my music on my phone. I use it. I know that makes many people cringe. I used the automatic calibration to set this up. Mozart's 25th was put on by selected music surround. My wife could hear how much better this setup was. Everything was in balance. It had a rich sound and clear highs. The surround did not sound fake. It was like sitting in an orchestra pit. It sounded great to have DVDs and cable TV. I can't hear the voices. The Movie HD-Digit setting is clear and easy to understand. There is a night mode that makes it easier to understand voices. The unit works great out of the box. It is powerful enough for a small home office, and I have it set up there. If you want to annoy the neighbors, you might need a bigger unit. I am very pleased with this purchase, and I love it.
👤Sony got it right. The receiver has 4K and HDR pass-through. The inputs are 2.2 compliant. It is easy to set up. The power is at 145W per channel. It will expand to 5.1 soon if you hook it up to a couple BIC tower speakers and a Dayton Subwoofer. There is no rush because the Front Surround feature really makes 2.1 sound like real surround. I couldn't be more happy with my purchase because it's heavy and built like a tank so it should last. The seller was praised for ordering on Monday and being delivered on Wednesday.
The Denon AVR-S540BT receiver delivers exceptional brightness and contrast, and supports HLG, HDR, and Wide Color Gamut for realistic display. Your favorite music is at Fingertips. Denon HEOS LINK can be used to create an integrated multi-room audio system with built-in wireless technology. It allows wireless music streaming from a number of providers. The easy on-screen set up assistant walks you through the steps to connect your TV, set up your surround sound and more. Four quick selection buttons on the front panel help you store your preferred audio settings for television, Blu-Ray, and more, and allows you to switch between them quickly. The Denon AV Receiver S540BT DELIVERS MULTI-DIMENSIONAL SURROUND SOUND is perfect for your home theater and entertainment system. You can control the AVR through your phone, or you can use the Denon 500 Series Remote App for your phone.
👤I don't know how this sounds, I ran into trouble setting it up, and Denon support told me they don't support anything, and I was on my own. I don't think this is a good product or a good idea and I wouldn't ever suggest to anyone that this is a good product or a good idea. Purchase a product that the company stands behind. Their online web product manual is worthless as well.
👤I had issues with this product from the beginning. The sound stops intermittently. The circuit breaker in the house has begun to trip. The product is out of warranty and we only owned it for 60 days. I tried to get it back or replaced, but no luck.
👤I now have a more powerful version of the Denon in my bedroom and a less powerful version in my living room. The DENON is a great home theater system. Denon receivers are a total beast to set up manually. You can connect all speakers to the required ports and spend hours mining their stupid interface. Making all the speakers active is a lot of work and I wanted to throw the Denon receiver away. DENON systems are built to be very frustrating and on the verge of being torture to set up. Denon would be avoided until their engineers made the set up of speakers easier. All they have to do is put a selection that says "all connected speakers active, yes or no" You can set the particulars of each speaker for your own liking. Denon uses a confusing menu and sub-menu system that is torturous to use and understand. The Denon system is bad when people are made active. The Denon receivers are a great system that should be scrapped because of the poorly implemented system management interface. The Denon three stars are due to the fact that the speaker set up is mind-blowing. The Denon seems to have been made by the best engineers and then handed over to the worse interface programmers. The Denon Set Up Interface developers ruin what is otherwise a first class receiver at every price point. I live in a small home and I don't want my neighbors to wake me up. I want to play my video games, have fun with my DVD's, and watch streaming services. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre is a good fit for my needs. I brought a Sony 85 inch 4K TV. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre can fully exploit the 4K display technology of my new system, so I wanted a receiver that could do that. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre can get a bit loud, but it is not a ghetto blaster. The sound doesn't distort at higher levels. Quality speakers, speaker wire, and HDMI connections are recommended for this unit since cheaper ones degrade the video performance. The purple noise on the edges of the screen that is not present when better HDMI connections are used is caused by cheap HDMI connections. I'm not saying use the gold plated $99 dollar HDMI connectors as that's useless overkill. Don't use the cheapest HDMI connections that are so thin that noise can get into the cable. If you are in a large building with lots of commercial lighting sources and elevators, you need to have HDMI cables that protect you from RF noise. The antenna is adequate for most uses. The Denon Home Theatre is easy to install. Banana Plugs are not needed to connect speakers. Straight forward button actuated speaker wire grab connections are used for speaker connections. There are no complicated connections. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre is easy to use. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre is a basic 5.2 unit and there are few options. The dedicated sub woofer circuits are not the best in this unit. It is easy to use, and you don't need to read the instructions for the basic Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre functions. The control interface on the Denon Home Theatre is clean. The Denon AVR-S540BT Home Theatre is an entry level model.
The phone is wireless. The dual channel stereo amplifier is a must have for karaoke and home theater sound systems. You can use 200W power and have 2 sets of speakers for high quality amplified audio. A wireless microphone. The personal digital amplifier box has a variety of external sources, including 2RCA audio input for the CD player, tape deck, and video input for the VCR. Bluetooth is a cannabinoid. The sound amplification device has a wireless music streamer. Works with today's latest devices including smart phones, tablets, iPhone and computer. There are EQ controls. The buttons for mode controls are responsive. The mic echo, balance, bass, treble, master volume, input source and the unique folder/track are all controlled by the knob. There is a display meter. A built-in digital blue screen shows the track and folder name on the compact and integrated indoor AV receiver. The package also includes an antenna and remote control.
👤All functions work as they should, with crisp audio at moderate levels. It can crank up the audio at louder levels but low frequencies are not as good on big speakers. It's a winner for me because it's good for a kids room or rec room and it's cheap.
👤I bought a pair of speakers at a thrift store and the sound is fantastic, but have wasted time since. I just ordered a second mic so we can harmonize after having a blast with it. It's a real bargain and small enough to stay where I set it up. It just looks good, so don't have to store it. Thanks!
👤The PA system we were using stopped working after we used an old Radio Shack and Sony receiver combo. It looked like we could simplify our system and upgrade it at the same time. The unit is easy to use and the sound quality is great. Our next function will be aided by the wireless mike. The quality and money of this unit is not going to be messed with.
👤It's ok. There is a The line-out has no signal, so it was difficult to convert the wired speaker out connections to feed the line in of the stereo. It's okay for a low end unit. The original packaging had already been thrown away.
👤The wireless mic is terrible. You have to shout into the mic. The power to drive 4 speaker is not there even with gain tuning on all the way. You can't hear anything after 3 months because the echo on the mic went out. Don't spend the extra money on a microphone if you don't think it's worth it. It's not.
👤We used this for two weddings. We connected it to 2. Bose speakers sounded great. It is powerful enough to be heard outside. The microphone can be used to make announcements. The range is short. The only downside is that. Everyone thought it sounded great. I would recommend this product to others.
👤The little amplifier is great. Good value. I use it for my studio sound and it works well for that. There is plenty of room to drive my monitors. Glad I found it. I've had good luck with Pyle. I would buy another one.
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The speaker system that you will be surrounded by is matched with a 5 speaker system. Premium 1" neodymium balanced silk dome tweeters, ferrofluid cooled for vibrant high-frequency response; 4" poly-coated midrange drivers with butyl rubber surrounds for rich, clear sound performances Powerful dual 6.5" woofers produce high definition sound. For reduced cabinet resonance and reproduction of natural sound, a precision-crafted engineered MDF wood construction is used. Lifetime parts and labor manufacturer's warranty with lifetime customer support.
👤I was looking for good speakers for a 7.2 surround sound, since I already had two towers. I found these Fluances, looked at the price, and thought to myself, "These can't be good." I feel ripped off. In a good way. I bought some speakers that I thought would be worth a try, but I ended up getting some really nice speakers instead. Some low end speakers were ordered. I was very happy with the hi-fi speakers that were received. I have a couple home theater setup and I know what I'm talking about. The one with the Fluances is worth a lot. I will be furious if they haven't all been put in, but these speakers should not be standing and holding their weight. The bookshelves are tiny but have a lovely sound. The towers are my favorite. I will warn you that you have a stalker. I have a 300w Klipsch that I used with them and it makes it sound amazing. I will admit that these speakers struggle with low end. Give them time to break in. I was disgusted when I first fired them. I was impressed after two days. I'm very impressed after a few more days.
👤I wanted to have my speakers for a while before I left a review. I listen to this system for 6-7 days a week for 1-2 hours a day. I like to listen to classic rock and jazz. I like to watch movies with my surround sound system. I am very impressed. Boston Accustic micro-110x speakers have a B A PV350 sub. I became bored with the lack of sound with that system. The Fluance system can be entered. The improvement in the sound stage is dramatic. It took me a while to get the best sound from my speakers and receiver. The hassle has been worth it. I found the speakers bright and tiring to listen to. There was no mid-range or bottom end. Why don't you keep them? The answer is to add a sub and adjust the receiver's bass output to 6 out of 10, then pull the fronts off the wall. I'm in love. The speakers need break-in. For a very modest investment, you will get a great reward if you play with your set up. The delivery was fast and double boxing protected the shipment. Don't be sorry if you buy them.
👤When I was looking for a set of replacement home theater speakers, I didn't know much about Fluance. It looked like anyone who made anything remotely good was more interested in their own product than the value it gave. I took a chance on Fluance after a lot of research. I know about quality, but am not very picky when it comes to my own costs. I value good audio, but not at some diminishing returns area where stellar is great, but largely wont justify the costs unless you have money to burn. The Fluance comes in. The build and sound of the car are very good. It was easy to setup and packaging made sure it arrived safely, but not overly engineered to cause a lot of waste. I added 2 more surround rears after I loved the package so much. The overall appearance is above the price range. The output companioned with the Yamaha is amazing. The speakers were clear of distortion after a few hours of break-in. A pair of Polk 10 inch subs were added for better stage feel up front and working with a 150 inch projection 4K setup. I would recommend others to buy from me again. For that great sound, but not a lot of costs that seem to be pervasive in home audio and prosumer choices.
The multi channel Pyle stereo amplifier Receiver is 3000 Watt power. 3000 Watts peak power will allow you to enjoy high quality amplified audio. It's compatible with Bluetooth. The professional integrated stereo receiver has a wireless music streamer. It works with today's latest devices, including phones, laptops, and computers. The home amplifier with a box has 7 inputs, including a mic input for karaoke or event hosting. The home theater system receiver has buttons for audio sources, a knob for equalization, and a button for master volume adjustments. It has blue lights which can be adjusted through the dimmer. The improved compact amplifier has a built in digital fluorescent output display meter that displays all the functions and input used. The package includes remote control for distant audio adjustments.
👤The product seems to be very good and easy to set up. I used it with a turntable. I wired the turntable to one of the case screws because there was no ground connection for it. There is no way to change the balance between the right and left speakers. It's probably not a big deal. The antenna is cracked and flimsy. I've come up with a problem. When the turntable is selected, there is very little volume, but with the radio, it can blow the roof off! I've spent an hour trying to figure it out, but no result, so I'll call tech support when I have time.
👤I was disappointed to order a 3000w stereo but it was knocked down to 300w with 8 speakers. What? Did not say that in the description. The owners manual doesn't help with how to go from A to A on speakers. Also does not tell you how to put favorite stations in order. I have to manually enter each station to see if I want to listen to it.
👤The unit is well built and looks attractive. The quality is probably 4.5 out of 5 stars. I may be able to fix the broken remote control antenna without too much trouble, since I have a small amount of glue. I think most people just want to listen to music or use it for parties. It will do the trick. It has the ability to charge cell phones and tablets, it's a nice feature for party guests, and also if you're playing music through a phone or tablets, it's a nice feature. The connection works well. You're an adult now and you need a real stereo. Quality speakers can be found in thrift stores. Add this and it will look cool.
👤Product did not have an antenna. There was a problem with the front connection for the antenna. It was difficult to remove the cover and tighten the fitting. There was a flimsy plastic holder on the reverse side. Not well made. I was able to tighten it and hope it holds. The manufacturer can't spell. See the photo. Even though the antenna is connected, it's not possible to tune to the stations. Still trying to figure that out.
👤I don't have a lot of experience with amplification but I think this is a good one. It is loud and has good sound. I think it's a good deal. Everything so far has worked, it appears well built. It comes with rack mounts that are well built, and it has a mode dial that is hard to turn, and not in a good spot against the handle. The instructions are not very good, they just tell you what the buttons are, but not how to use the unit. It does not have a disk drive. I think it's a solid 4 stars for the price, which is better than paying $200 for a bigger name product that does the same. A one year warranty should prevent you from getting stuck with a bad one because electronics will die within a month or two.
There are different connection options. The receiver has one 3.5mm (1/8”) TRS and one optical input and one optical output for easy setup with your home theater or speaker system. It can be used with a wide range of sound bars, home receivers, speakers and etc. The karaoke mixer system can connect to a wide variety of smart TVs, soundbars, home receivers, and external speakers. Please note the instructions to improve sound quality. 1. The external sound bar/speakers can be adjusted to max level. The mic has a volume knob. The main volume knob should be adjusted to below mid-level. The wireless microphone system comes with Ultra-High Frequency which is less likely to get interference from other equipment compared with a VHF system. It has a variety of frequencies and is compliant with the FCC regulations. The wireless microphone receiver is also a sound mixer and has rotatory controls which allow you to adjust echo, tone and volume of the mics; it is ideal for conferences, broadcasting, weddings, karaoke, social events and any small to medium-sized venues such as meeting.
👤It was a disappointment. I was excited to get this product through Amazon and I was happy to get it the next day. I didn't read the reviews. It was easy to connect the optical cables that come with it to the TV and the audio system, but not the karaoke receiver. I followed the instructions in the manual and powered down the mic and receiver. I held the mic power button down for a while. I quickly released the power button and pressed it one time to put the mic into pairing mode, which was confirmed by the flashing signal icon in the top right corner of the mic'sLED display. I turned on the karaoke receiver and waited for it to pair. The mic stopped working after 10 seconds as the icon stopped blinking. It tried this many times. There was no other electronic devices in the area where I tried it. Even when you buy the best world champion AA alkaline batteries, you still have to check that box. The manufacturer's support line is open from 10am to 5pm. I sent a detailed help request. If there is a simple fix, it should be in the manual.
👤This was the only device that I could find. It's a nice little unit that takes away the hassle of changing Toslink whenever you don't use it for Karaoke. The mic quality is reasonable. The mics could have been better. To sound right, you have to be close to the mic. The mic quality is not as good as the battery capacity would suggest. You have to keep the unit turned on all the time to play the TV sound when you don't use it for karaoke. When the karaoke system isn't needed, a switch would have been a great idea. You have to walk to the unit to turn it on/off because you can't control it from the remote. If you are looking for a hassle free Toslink In/ Out connection, I recommend this device. I solved the problem using an external receiver. I wish it was included with the unit.
👤It does its job well. It was easy to set up. We used optical connections. It came with 2 optical cables. Anything you can play through your TV can be mixed with your own vocal and instrumental input. This is a great way to sing along with karaoke CD's. I liked the mic's. I was able to play the guitar with the MIC C input. Very cool. I'm not happy that the unit has to be powered on to hear TV. I didn't check if AUX or RCA needed the power. There is a bright red power indicator light on the front of the unit that is hard to ignore. Great value.
👤The only 5 stars rating for this item is the ability to connect SmartTV to Soundbar. The setup of the unit was friendly. The voice from the microphone is what I hear, but my own voice is what I hear. I want to keep this item but I will return it because of the mic output. You will have to spend a lot of batteries. Why can't we have a mic that's rechargeable?
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.
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 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.
2000 WATT POWER: The dual channel karaoke mixing amplifier is a must have for your home entertainment system. 2000W max power can be used for speakers with an impedance of 8 or more. The Bible has a Bluetooth-compartment. The professional integrated indoor house stereo receiver has a wireless music streaming feature. Today's latest devices include smart phones, iPad, iPhone, computer and hassle-free receiver pairing. The audio digital mixer has a card slot, 4 14” mic in, and a pair of speaker terminals. There is a talk-over function. The home amplifier with a sound mixer device has a MIC talk-over function where the background music is minimized by pushing the button when the signal is inputted to MIC1. It's used in announcements. There are EQ controls. The home theater receiver system has a digital display with front panel controls. It's compatible with outboard effects processors. There is a built-in cooling fan.
👤It was purchased last July to replace the aging Martin/Rowland mixing amplifier. Sound quality was good at first. The mic inputs began to intermittently cut out after 2 karaoke shows. The cords and mics were the same issue. No issues with the cords and mics on another system. Customer service will be reviewed by Pyle. I had to pay $80 for shipping to and from the repair facility. Microphone cut-outs are still happening. Bottom line is you get what you pay for. Subracted due to ongoing issues. The right channel died a year later. It is a disposable receiver.
👤The amplifier sounds good. Everything is needed for Karaoke. A place to plug in microphones is most important. Even though the "BT" does not transmit a signal to my I Phone even though it is shutting off, I still use it. The device is not functioning. Invest in a small Erskin. That issue is solved by a wireless transmitter. If you buy this unit and then order a separate transmitter, you will be frustrated. I only give this a 4 because of expectations. The unit so far exceeds them overall, based on reviews, and they were low. If I had more time, I would return the unit. You can spend your money on the amplifier you want.
👤The main reason I purchased this product was that it was not correctly advertised online. The PMXAKB2000 does not have microphone talkover ability. It has a remote that can be used to lower the volume on the mic. The rear microphone jacks don't work in some reviews. The ports are used to connect to another device. I use these to connect to two different speaker set ups which allow me to broadcast music over all the speakers and voice from mic 1 to one set and voice from mic 2 to another set. If you want to broadcast to two different rooms and two different languages at the same time, this is important. It is easy to set this up. The only issue I have found is that the music plays in order of when the songs were put on the thumbdrive. This mixer is very straight forward and uses a Karaoke DV system.
👤It does not work as expected. I already had a 5.1 home theater setup with Klipsch speakers and wanted to add this mixer amplifier to the system for karaoke with the following diagram. The Yamaha Receiver is 5.1. The sound quality of the speakers was terrible. It lasted for around 5 minutes when first turned on the amplifier. I thought it was caused by bad cable, but after I replaced it, the sound output was still terrible. I replaced the mixer with a different one and everything worked fine. It was obvious that something was off with this amplifier. I had high hopes that it would allow me to individually adjust the sound settings and tones for karaoke, but it is not. This is an obsolete mixer that will be obsolete in 2021. The build quality is so-so with cheap plastic buttons. It is not worth the money.
It is possible to haveTILE COMPATIBILITY. The SWM15-proS has multiple input and output connections, which makes it compatible with a variety of devices. Please check the pictures for the guidance on setting up a PCM. Please help make sure that your TV has the proper equipment to support the audio format of your choice. The SWM15- PROS karaoke mixer has a HDMI port that allows you to get the audio from the TV to the mixer. This allows the mixer to mix music and vocal sounds, and send them to an amplifier. AUX/OPTICAL COMBO The Audio Out port can be used for either an AUX or optical output. It supports a variety of sound bars. The karaoke mixer system can support up to 2 wireless mics or 2 wired mics, and it has a range of up to 100 feet. There's an arcade game called "INSTANT KARAOKE FUN." The SWM15-PROS system has echo and tone controls. It's perfect for DJ music, house party and speaking, and it allows you to mix mic signal with music without using an additional mixer.
👤You can use this box to add wireless mics to your show or video. The echo effect is great for karaoke. My setup is on the following website: * https://www.amazon.com/PowerLite-Home-Cinema-Projector/dp/B0044UHJWY You need to have the device on to affect the audio. Audio and video are synchronized with this mixer, which makes sense since the SHIELD and Onkyo combo has no delay. The selling point of this device is that it doesn't require an audio return, which is a big selling point over its predecessor SWM15-HBT. I got this new one in case I need to move the box to a smart TV or soundbar setup, which would be much cleaner with Arc support, I'll update this review when I try it out. I can confirm that it can do all of its predecessor's claims, including outputting video from a separate source like the SHIELD or a Roku, and adding two mics to anything you watch. I have foam covers for the mics, they are OK. Once activated, they connect out of the box. They can add echo to anyone's voice and recreate a karaoke bar vibe if they set it too loud. The only real downside is that the mixer only outputs 2ch audio on the hdmi output. If you have a 5.1 or other surround sound setup, you'll only get audio out of front left and right. During karaoke mode, on my setup, youtube works in stereo while playing videos and singing into the mics. You'll notice you're losing out when you don't use karaoke, watch a show on a streaming service or rent a move in surround. It would be a perfect device if this box had a passthrough mode that preserved digital multichannel audio, only going to stereo when active mixing. If you want to get multichannel, you'll have to swap a few cables around. I'm going to try to use two different input modes on my receiver with the help of an HDMI splitter. This will prevent me from touching wires, and will switch mode on the receiver, so that one can get the same video feed. Not sure if there is a way to use a splitter to work with audio return. I've been looking for a simple full HDMI solution for karaoke for a long time and this is the closest I've found so far. My previous setup was not cool for the party guests and used a laptop and one wired mic. This little box is tiny, never moves, the mics work on standard AAs, and full wireless is key. You can set up a queue on your phone and use it to watch karaoke on the tv. If you care about surround sound, you will usually do cable shuffling or get a splitter to get it ready. The setup for a karaoke party will look great if you set up the mics yourself.
👤I have owned many Karaoke systems over the years and finally this one does what I have always wanted. My setup is that we use the radio on our phones to send karaoke songs to the sound town. The sound town to the TV. What you need to look out for is the TV optical audio out to the soundbar. Some settings in a soundbar might make the audio not sound right. It was a setting on the remote that was labeled TVVOL. Everything was perfect after I pressed it.
Karaoke for home theater system products from Sony. In this article about karaoke for home theater system you can see why people choose the product. Denon and Pyle are also good brands to look for when you are finding karaoke for home theater system.
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