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Pyle-Home PT560AU 300 Watts Digital AM/FM Stereo Receiver
- Power main: 150W x 2 @ 8 ohm; 300W x 2 @ 4 ohm - AM/FM Tuner W/Digital Display Screen
- AUTO SCAN,MEMORY, Radio Stations Pre/Next control - Play/Pause/PRE/Next/Stop Control for USB Function
- Volume/Bass/Treble/Balance control for Main Channel - Volume/Bass/Treble/Echo Control for Microphone.
- Stereo Amplifier With A/B Speaker Output - AM/FM Radio With Digital Display Screen
- 50 Radio Station Pre-Set Memory - USB Reader function - Control For Main Channel - Three RCA Input Source
- Dimension:19'' x 11.4'' x 4.7'' - Weight:11.5 LBS
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|Connectivity Technology||Wired||Audio Inputs, Audio Outputs, AM/FM Antenna Connectors, Speaker Outputs||Wired||Powerline||Bluetooth;Parallel Port||Wired|
|Item Dimensions||13.75 x 18.75 x 7 in||19.25 x 7.25 x 14 in||10.9 x 16.9 x 5.2 in||19.5 x 15.8 x 7.5 in||21.57 x 15.2 x 5.5 in||18 x 21.2 x 9.6 in|
|Item Weight||14.75 lbs||13.78 lbs||14 lbs||15.63 lbs||12.5 lbs||22.4 lbs|
|Output Wattage||600 watts||600 watts||270 watts||350 watts||2,000||100 watts|
|Additional Features||30 day Distributor||Auto station seek, USB/SD Card MP3 Player, 50 Radio station memory, Separate subwoofer gain controls, Digital fluorescent output display meter||2 Channel, 5 analog audio inputs, AM/FM tuner, Auto standby||DC in Jack||Ipod docking station (Ipod not included), Powers 4 loudspeakers, Separate gain control for preamp and subwoofer, AM/FM Quartz Synthesized Tuner, 110-220V Switchable||Sleep Timer|
|Warranty||1 year warranty||1 year limited warranty||2 year coverage for parts, 2 year coverage for labor||1 year limited warranty||1 year warranty||TWO YEARS|
Get the music flowing with this 300 watt, digital AM/FM stereo receiver with a USB port for digital music playback. Store up to 50 presets, power two sets of speakers thanks to the A/B switch, and plug in a USB drive with MP3s to listen to your favorite digital music. Inputs include 3 stereo RCA inputs on the back, plus two ¼" mic-jacks on the front - so it's perfect for singing along to your favorite music. A wireless remote control gives you full access to the receiver's settings from your couch. Runs on both 110 and 220 V.
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With that said, I didn't want to get high end/dollar receivers nor did I feel I needed a bunch of bells and whistles that we wouldn't use so I decided to go with the Pyles at around $89.
I think these receivers are a great buy for home use or light commercial use. Quality control and quality of the build are a bit in question as you'll see in my pro's and con's below. As far as recommending these receivers to someone, I would, but I would with a caution that the old adage, "You get what you pay for.", remains pretty true in this case.
Price - At $89 for a digital remote controlled receiver I don't think you can get much better.
Packaging - They were all packaged securely and the boxes and packing material were sufficient to protect the contents.
Shipping - Since I got these on Amazon Prime I believe the 2 day free shipping is always a good deal.
Ease of use - Fairly straight forward and intuitive to figure out all the operations.
Sound - For our application with outdoor speakers in a noisy environment the sound was more than adequate. Of course sound quality is very subjective and is very dependent on many variables. I think an audiophile would probably disagree if they were in a controlled sound environment and able to pick out all the nuances but for our purposes they were good.
Quality control - One of the 12 that I ordered was DOA. I returned it for a replacement and although there was no problem doing that and the turn around was very fast and friendly, the replacement I received had a bad LED display and the readout was messed up. I didn't return the replacement as I was out of time to get another and I could get by without seeing proper display. However, that's not a good track record for quality control.
Build quality - As I mentioned above, you get what you pay for. Let's face it, for $89 you're not going to get the same quality as you would with Onkyo, Marantz, Kenwood, or some of the other higher end receivers but you're not going to be spending several hundred bucks either. The case is lightweight, the components are cheap, but for casual or lighter use, I think they're what's expected. And as I said, 2 out of the 13 I got were defective...
Controls - I was a bit disappointed in the fact that when the power was interrupted and the receiver would come back on it would reset the gain to 22 regardless of where it was previously set. If that happened I would have to go around to all amps and reset the volume levels. Also, a lot of the functions were only available via the remote control which was a bit inconvenient. Also, you could not turn the unit off or on from the remote which was another inconvenience since a lot of these receivers were put in locations that were intentionally hard to get to. The knobs for balance, bass, treble, etc. did not have clear position markings and were very difficult to see where you had them set. A pinpoint of some white paint or raised indication marker would have been wonderful on those knobs.
FM reception - With the supplied FM dipole antenna the reception is fair. With a little tweaking you can get it to work okay but don't expect miracles. Of course a lot of the reception in an FM receiver is dependent on the antenna used so I can't really say this is a bad receiver because the 50 cent piece of wire antenna isn't as good as an expensive yagi.
All in all the PT560AU is a pretty fair deal especially for the price!