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Pyle Home PVC10ABT Bluetooth In-Wall Streaming Music Amplifier with iPod/MP3 Player/Smartphone Input, USB/SD Card Readers

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  • Bluetooth-compatible device wirelessly streams and directs audio - LCD screen displays ID track info - Max Power: 75 Watt - THD: 0.03 percent
  • Control and broadcast music over connected speaker system - Easy-to-use front panel control center - Operating Voltage: AC 110V - 50Hz - Dimensions: 2.8'' x 4.5'' x 2.3''
  • Broadcast music to any connected rooms - Includes wireless remote control - Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
  • 3.5mm AUX-IN jack for iPod/MP3 player compatibility - USB and SD card readers - Output Impedance: 4 Ohms
  • Mounts in-wall for convenient operation - Class-D Amplifier - Infrared Distance: lesser than 10M

Frequently Bought Together

Pyle Home PVC10ABT Bluetooth In-Wall Streaming Music Amplifier with iPod/MP3 Player/Smartphone Input, USB/SD Card Readers + Pyle PDIC60 In-Wall / In-Ceiling Dual 6.5-Inch Speaker System, Directable Tweeter, 2-Way, Flush Mount, White (Pair) + RCA AH16100SR 100 Ft. 16-Gauge Speaker Wire
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Technical Details

  • USB Flash Reader
  • SD/MMC Card Reader

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 2.2 x 5 inches ; 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00DJ3K6VI
  • Item model number: PVC10ABT
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 20, 2013

Product Description

The PVC10ABT Bluetooth In-Wall Music Amplifier allows you to broadcast music or any of your audio files through your connected speaker setup. Perfect for custom audio installations at home or in the office. Plenty of easy-to-use multimedia options with this music amplifier. Have convenient control of digital music files thanks to the iPod/AUX input, SD and USB Card Readers. Operation is simple with the unit's front panel control center, LCD screen and included remote control. You can even connect and stream audio directly from your smartphone or other device with 3.5mm input jack. Mount this 75 watt Class-D amplifier in your wall, connect your speakers and play your favorite audio tracks for everyone to hear. The LCD screen has integrated ID track information so it display the relevant audio information right there on the screen so you'll always know what song is playing.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Turns out the EQ button didn't do anything either.
Brent Schroeder
My phone was able to connect, but I did not hear any sound coming from the speakers.
Jon H
One of the louvres in the back of the unit was broken.
James Odorczyk

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By James Odorczyk on September 18, 2013
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The idea behind an easy to mount in-wall amplifier system great. We were doing a remodel in the kitchen and I wanted to add ceiling speakers that woud be driven mostly by an ipod or ipad. Since these need an amp and I didn't really have room to stick one on a shelf or a closet, I opted for this unit by Pyle. I noticed a couple of the reviewers had issues with humming but purchased a unit anyway.

The plan was to install the unit into the backsplash area near the stove and then add an ipad unit on an under-counter, tilt and swivel mount. I can play songs from the ipad or use an app (like Pandora or an internet radio tuner) to provide radio stations. Since this unit has both bluetooth and a standard 3.5mm input, there are multiple ways to connect to it.

Here are the issues:

1) The metal wall box that comes with the unit (to mount to a stud before the drywall goes up) is not a standard size. It is a little bigger than most recepticles. This would not in itself be a problem, until you try to remove one of the knockouts to run wires. The metal is so flimsy that when you hit the knockout with a screwdriver, the entire metal box just deforms.

2) The unit itself looks and feels very cheap. My new unit had many issues right out of the box. One of the louvres in the back of the unit was broken. The remote control case was almost broken in half. The LCD screen was tilted (not aligned with the case).

3) The user manual is absolutely useless. It does not cover set-up, installation or anything. It just mentions what the buttons do. In connecting the AC and speakers, there are two sets of green connectors that you insert the stripped wires into. Well these wire connectors are removable which makes the job much easier.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By P. Laidlaw on November 16, 2013
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This happens to be the only in wall bluetooth system I could find after reading both reviews I decided to go ahead and purchase this for my shop.

On arrival the package looked to be in perfect shape. When opening the package to get to the contents I noticed that two of the the transformer mounts were broken. I figured oh well I'll return it and get a new one. Since I was getting a new one anyways I decided to install this one the rest of the way. After installation was almost complete I realized the lcd screen was jostled out of place and wondered if it was broken as well. Yep it was. I still turned it on and was able to pair my iphone to it. Upon pairing I was immediately able to play music and pod casts. I tested the range and was able to walk around my shop and to the second floor furthest corner away from the PVC10ABT roughly 45 feet away. I heard one minor interruption in the music for half a second while walking behind a metal cabinet in the corner.

Pros: Very Unique in the marketplace as I have not found anything like it
Decent range not spectacular
Decent sound for the price of 50 bucks

Cons: Material construction is very cheap
Connectors holes for power wire is very small

Wishes: different sized transformer so it would fit in a normal box.
A high gain antenna connector would be nice

I'll update my post once I have an actual look at a working interface.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jon H on January 26, 2014
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I received the Pyle Home PVC10ABT on a Saturday and tried to install on Sunday. I decided to order the PVC10ABTeven after reading all the negative reviews because I thought I might get “lucky”. Unfortunately, my experience was also not good. After reading the other online reviews, I understood that you would have to remove the green block, “Phoenix Connector” in order to attach the power and speaker wires. I don’t know if this is a design flaw with this particular type of connector or if I had a bad one, but the wires kept sliding out, particularly the 14 gauge Romex, but the 24 gauge speaker wire was also sliding out. Since my expectations were pretty low for this product, I wired it before installing into the wall just to make sure it worked. After inserting the power and neutral wires into the power block (and the speaker wires to the other larger connector) and carefully laying the whole device onto the floor, so the wires would remain in place, I tried connecting to Bluetooth. My phone was able to connect, but I did not hear any sound coming from the speakers. After making sure that the speaker wires did not slide out of the Phoenix Connector and attaching another set of speakers—still no sound. I then inserted an SD Card, which the device started to read and the song showed as playing on the LCD screen, but still…. NO Sound! There was an instant where I heard very faint music coming from one of the speakers, but a minute later it went silent and there was nothing else I could do to hear music from the speakers.
Perhaps I too received a defective device and normally I might try to get another one to see if I could get it to work, but the big deal breaker for me was the very unstable Phoenix Connector. I would be too worried that once I had it in the wall… for whatever reason the wires might slide out, touch and possibly create a fire. It’s going back to Amazon and I will try and find something else that satisfies my needs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Brent Schroeder on December 11, 2013
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Where do I start... I purchased this unit as a used item to save an extra $9.00, it was listed as new, but in opened box. When I received the item, the first thing I noticed was that the detachable green wiring block was missing. I figured "that's what you get for ordering a used item" and I made due with small connectors I had laying around the house from other projects. After connecting the Amp in my wall, I got the welcome message than nothing. The bottom half of the screen was blue, the top was blank. From the picture, it appears it should be orange, but it just didn't have anything on mine. Next I plugged in a fresh USB stick with 5 mp3's on it, and tapped the source button... Nothing. I then plugged a Media card in with a different couple mp3's and tapped the source button... Nothing. Next I tried connecting via Bluetooth. The player showed up, and I punched in the code 0000, and it connected. Nothing showed up on the screen however, so I started the Pandora app on my phone, no audio. I tapped the Source button on the Amp, and it caused the Pandora app to pause, but I was never actually able to get any audio to come out of this thing via Bluetooth. My last option was the "Line In" I stole the audio cable from my computer speakers, then plugged into my phone, and the unit (which was so hard to plug in, I thought I was gonna break the thing). Finally some sound!!! The speakers sprung to life, while not crystal clear, it was good enough for my application. I let this play for several minutes, and tried playing around with the unit some more. Turns out the EQ button didn't do anything either.Read more ›
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