Pyle 80W Mini Stereo Power Amplifier with USB/Auxiliary Inputs
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The Pyle 80W Mini Stereo Power Amplifier with USB/Auxiliary Inputs is designed to power stereo systems. Complete with USB and auxiliary inputs and 2 x 40W of power, this simple-to-use and durable Pyle Stereo Power Amplifier with USB/Auxiliary Inputs has bass and treble controls, a blue LED output level display, L/R RCA inputs and four push-type speaker outputs. It also features a pager and mixing function with a 1/4" jack input and volume control. The Pyle Power Amplifier includes a 3.5 auxiliary CD/MP3 input jack and auxiliary 1, auxiliary 2, CD and USB inputs and selector. With six audio RCA inputs, one RCA output and a master control and headphone output, this Pyle Stereo Power Amplifier with USB/Auxiliary Inputs gives you total control over your sound. Using sophisticated circuitry and premium components, this Pyle Power Amplifier delivers powerful and crisp audio.
Pyle 80W Mini Stereo Power Amplifier with USB/Auxiliary Inputs:
- 2 x 40W RMS power output
- USB reader functionality
- Pager/Mixing function with 1/4'' jack input and volume control
- 3.5mm auxiliary CD/MP3 input jack
- Auxiliary 1/Auxiliary 2/CD/USB inputs and selector
- 6 Audio RCA inputs and 1 RCA output
- Master volume control and headphone output
- 4 push-type speaker output connectors
- Blue LED output level display
- Sophisticated circuitry and premium components
- Delivers powerful and accurate sound
- Clear, crisp audio
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Battery Type:||Does Not Contain a Battery|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||5.0|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||7.6 x 8.9 x 4.1|
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- It runs on house current. You want a 12v amplifier for your car. It is feasible to use an inverter to power this unit in a car but it is a colossal waste of time and effort when 12volt amps are inexpensive and work very very well.by TheCapnVideo8/2/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Technically you could but you would have to run an inverter to do so, I don't think this is the product for you.by jrgodman12/31/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No, this is not a car stereo amplifierby Don5440911/11/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This really isn't an amplifier to be used in a car, bot I guess you could get a converter (12V to 120v) but don't expect high quality sound or high volume output.by HappyOutdoorCamper5/31/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No. It has a standard power 110v plug with no other power source.by GEC72/21/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Larry, Yes if you have an inverter installed also OR if you are an engineer; bypass the rectifier and feed DC to the filters just past the rectifier.by Quackman2/21/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- Amps do not push speakers, speakers draw current from an amp. The 1000 watt speakers rating is misleading. That rating is PMPO which stands for Peak Momentary Power Output, which again is a misnomer because speakers do not produce power. The rating says that for a 1/20000 of a second the sp-eaker can take 1000 watts without destroying itself. this tells you that it can take 500 watts for about 10 times that time... not very long. A more important specification is SENSITIVITY. Ifyour spealers re 89db/w/m it means a one watt signal will give you 89 decibels of sound, somewhat just below conversational level at a distance of about 3 feet. For every 3 decibel you increase that it takes twice as much power so: 92db (conversational) 2 watts 95db (slightly raised voice) 4 watts note, the untrained human voice is potentially about 5 watts of power. 99 db (yell) 8 watts 102 db (live orchestra, up close) 16 watts 105db (rock band in an arena) 32 watts Note this unit peaks at 40 watts before distortion is audiable) 108 db (rock band in a night club where you must yell into someone's ear to be heard) 80 watts. All this assumes your speakers are 4 ohm. If they are 8 ohm speakers then this unit's power peaks at 20 watts and your sound level will be accordingly lower. Note also that it is physically more difficult to push a 15" cone than an 8" cone and the difference will manifest itself in heat in the amplifier and distortion at the speaker.by TheCapnVideo12/2/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This is not the amplifier your looking for because it is on 80 Watts and would not work well with your 1000 Watt speakers.by HappyOutdoorCamper11/25/2014Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This is a 4 ohm unit. You can drive most any 4 or 8 ohm voice coil speaker. 8 ohm will lend ~ half potential. Two 8's wired in parallel will give you a decent volume. Note, transistors don't like a short circuit so no less than 4 ohms.by Quackman8/6/2015Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- You will get sound out of them, but the amp is only rated at 8-10W (RMS) @4 ohms, so you will probably be quite disappointed with the sound volume. It will likely be very distorted if you try to crank the amp.by Orwell12/11/2014Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- No you will need more powerby Inmyopinion32112/11/2014Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
Q. Need receiver or similar to hook up to TV, to listen to TV sound thru HEADPHONES ONLY. Would this work?
- Yes this will work for you. The output from your cable box is likely not volume controlled (some boxes do control volume so you will have to talk to your cable company to find out for sure) but once the signal gets to this unit you can plug headphones into it and crank it up. Remember though that you can do further damage to your hearing by turning it up too loud and also remember that you do not want to run the unit with your headphones unplugged and no speakers attached. doing so WILL damage the unit eventually even if not immediately. I am unsure of any safety circuits in the design which would protect it in a no-load (no speakers, no headphones) situation.by TheCapnVideo12/2/2014Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This item should work fine for listening to your TV with headphones, but if your TV has an audio output why not just plug your headphones into it using an audio extension cord?by HappyOutdoorCamper5/31/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- The unit is quite clear and it has a headphone jack. I suggest you feed it the signal from the box and not the TV for separate volume levels.by Quackman2/21/2013Was this answer helpful? (0) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- It has a 1/4" headphone jack and RCA audio inputs, so your are set. You will need an adapter for the plug on your headphones if the plug is the small 3.5mm type.by Orwell7/1/2013Was this answer helpful? (1) (0)Was this answer helpful?
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