It's real powerful. Especially for the price. It's in my man cave. And I swear my husband is playing it loud enough. That the neighbors are in concert with him.
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- 4-Channel Receiver System
- Powers Up to 4 Speakers
- Bluetooth Wireless Streaming Ability
- AM/FM Radio with Digital LCD Display
- USB Flash & SD Memory Card Readers
- MP3 Digital Audio File Compatibility
- Aux (3.5mm) Input Connector Jack
- Ability to Connect External Devices
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Home Theater BT Stereo Receiver, Aux (3.5mm) Input, MP3/USB/SD/AM/FM Radio, (2) Mic Inputs, 300 Watt
1 x Aux Audio, 2 x Microphone, 4 x RCA Audio L+R, 1 x SD, 1 x USB 2.0
I rated the PYLE PT390BTU - Digital Home Theater Bluetooth Stereo Receiver as a five not simply on performance but on the overall value as related to performance. You could never buy a better system for this price. I am very with it. It has more than enough power to drive my four very large speakers. I would recommend it to anyone.
if you have it on stereo and you turn it off it comes off stereo each time you turn it on ,,have to turn it back each time
Great product and very easy to set up and use.
Great equipment for the price!
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If you like a clear manual, forget this one; if you like FM tuning, forget it; if you like support, forget it. However, if you like the ability to return easily, buy from WalMart and make your own decision. I love the bluetooth on this receiver, pushes my bass well, and ...I can't think of much else.
It must have been a pre-owned unit the front was all scratched up and it had a dent not happy
volume goes full blast by itself
Couldn't get the Bluetooth work
first the receiver is configured to 220W environment when you buy it so you have to unscrew two screws to set the switch to 110 W if you live in the USA. The manual is more like a pamphlet. So that that no help. It did work with my CD player but it had a hum coming from my speakers. But the main reason why I returned it was because I couldn't get the bluetooth to work. Got it to work once but I could never repeat the success. (this is where a better job with the documentation would have been beneficial) My phone would pair with it. but no sound came from the reciever most of the time. My tablet and computer never saw it as a bluetooth device thus I couldn't pair it. Return was really easy.
Too complicated to use
Too complicated for my 84 year old mother to use
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