• Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
  • Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
  • Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
  • Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
  • Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
  • Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300
Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300

Pyle 3000 Watt Premium Home Audio Power Amplifier - Portable 4 Channel Surround Sound Stereo Receiver w/ Speaker Selector & Remote - For Amplified TV, Subwoofer Speakers, Theater & PA System - PT3300

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  • 3000-WATT POWER: The Pyle 4 Channel Amplifier is perfect for your PA & home theater surround sound system It gives you 3000 watts peak power which can be used for multi speakers w/ 2-8 ohms impedance allowing you to enjoy high quality music & movies
  • 4 AUDIO INPUTS: This personal portable digital amp box supports 4 external sources - tape, tuner, AUX & DVD CD, w/ 2 " microphone inputs for karaoke & event hosting, an exceptional bonus to a PA system Also, it features 1 RCA for record line output
  • SPEAKER SELECTOR: The professional integrated stereo receiver has A/B speaker selector enabling you to choose b/w speaker set You can use either A or B speakers or use both Note that when it is turned on initially it uses both speakers as default
  • EQ CONTROLS: It has crisp buttons for the audio sources & selectors, rotary knob for bass, treble, balance, master volumes w/ LED & mic output controls Connect TV, AM FM radio, mp3, cell phone, iPad, computer desktop via 35mm RCA cable cord wire
  • DISPLAY METER: The new & improved compact & rack mountable bookshelf amplifier has a built-in VFD display meter which measures the decibels & shows which input is used A remote control is also included in the package for distant audio adjustments WORRY-FREE SHOPPING: With the Pyle PT3300 updated version, we are confident of the quality of our product, therefore, we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked

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The volume control is not very fine tuned. It will go from just not loud ... I have been running this product in our gym for 2 years now. It runs two pyle dj speakers through 80' of speaker chord in each direction. When you turn it up it booms!! To the point it is ear piercing if you go to high. Now, I gave it 4 stars for 2 reasons. 1. The display went black and stopped working after 4 months. 2. The volume control is not very fine tuned. It will go from just not loud enough to too loud with nothing in between. I did not warranty the item because we have a CrossFit not a sound studio. Music comes out, it is crisp and loud. I recommend this product. 4Good deal. I have this running 2 Rockville RSG12.4 12 3-Way 1000 Watt 4-Ohm Passive DJ/Pro Audio PA Speakers and 2 Rockville SBG1124 12" Passive Pro DJ Subwoofers. sounds great. I needed a Ground Loop Noise Isolator to stop all the noise it makes when hooking my computer to the amp via the 3.5mm jack to RCA cable(available here). 5Dont buy any Pyle-Of-Poop products with over-rated power output capabilities. This is the information I sent on to Pyle and never got a reply. I ended up purchasing two different Pyle (CRAP) products and returning both units for excessive digital noise and basic sound quality. I did leave out my consulting offer to correct obvious design and mechanical engineering problems.Original Letter To Pyle:Pyle P2002ABTI 2000 Watts Hybrid ReceiverPyle Home PT3300 3000-Watt Power AmplifierFirst.....I might point out these amplifiers would never in anyone's lifetime get close to 3000 Watts output or even 2000 Watts of output power. You do know that the power from a wall receptacle is a little over 1500 Watts, so 3000 Watts doesn't compute. The power cord shipped with this unit is 18 Gauge wire or 770 Watts and still not 3000 Watts. With the shipped power cord I would expect a big fire if this amp ever go to 3000 watts. These amps won't even make the fine print ratings of over 350 Watts / channel into 4 ohms. Really "PEAK" power what good is that.I purchased these units for my small home machine shop. They are connected to a computer to listen to streaming music. Neither unit had that good a sound quality, but would have been OK for a shop setting.Although inexpensive, they are junk. In the past week I have purchased these two re-branded Chinese products. Unless you are willing to stipulate these products are an PYLE American company design. Both of these units have a "PYLE" of problems, so I will just go over the top few.The first product has bright Blue lighting that illuminates the whole room. Not a problem in a workshop setting. This unit also has Blue-Tooth that when connected, produces digital beeps and squeaks louder than the music. Without a Blue-Tooth connection it produces a loud chime every 2 to 3 minutes. The cooling fan is distracting. I can't believe these is insufficient shielding in the power supply to prevent digital noise generated by the Blue-Tooth transmitter from getting into the audio front end. Why is there no switch on the back to turn that s*** (Blue-Tooth) off.I ordered the second unit to replacement the first whistling devil amp I returned. This amp has loud 60 cycle hum in the speakers regardless of the volume setting. I keep checking the lathe because I thought I had not turned off the DC drive motor power supply that produces a hum at the same level. In addition this unit defaults to "TAPE" when the main power is cycled. What is with that. Does the design team suspect that almost everyone in America has a Reel to Reel tape drive, or maybe a Eight Track recorder.Don't purchase low priced Pyle products. Spend you money on used stereo gear at the Goodwill store. It's a better bargain and probably will run longer than Pyle of Poop products. 1Sounds like crapppp Omg. I took a chance on this POS and regret it completely. Go to Craigslist and get a used pioneer, Yamaha, or onkyo. This is total crap. I was thinking maybe the technology was simplified by modern technology. Wrong. Weigh matters. This thing weighs nothing. Sure it can make my Klipsch speakers loud, but wow how bad they can sound. Don't buy for any reason.Update: after running this thing for a couple days really, really loud I find it's as advertised. It doesn't have all the fancy filters and hifi stuff the expensive amps have. Yet it does rock hard. Not too bad for the money. I'm still gonna get a Craigslist amp. Update from 1 to 3. 3Not work half the price. Don't buy this. Keep looking for another amp. It is not very powerful and the remote will not work the volume until you manually turn up the volume some first. The remote has no power button on it also. The volume also turns it self all the way down every time you turn the amp off. Pretty crappy amp. 1Worked for me Great amp and was received on time. The price was practically a steal. Not sure what all the grief is that other customers have had with this but this thing still keeps going strong.My only problems with it are:Turning off the power doesn't save your preferences such as volume and the last setting you were on. Also there isn't a tuner but I kind of expected that.The buttons and knobs do seem a little cheap and I am not entirely sure how this is 3000 watts because it feels more like 800 to 1000, give or take.I use it to power 2 subs, a 12 inch pioneer and a 10 inch Sony xplod. I have an aux cord that separates my computer speakers from my amp, because this thing will blow any standard bookshelf speakers at half volume.But this thing shakes my whole room and you can feel the floor shake above my room. There is plenty of foam insulation in my room so you can't hear music upstairs but you can feel the bass. 4Good for 2 channel listening, though it probably about 250 watts per channel unbridged Ok heres my review:I have owned this thing for about 4 days now. I will update this review when/if anythings changes.I am using 2 Cerwin Vega's RE38 speakers. 5 - 400watts with 15in woofers.My receiver is a Denon 3801, 105 watts per channelIt arrived on time and boxed well (no damage). It has a remote but I haven't used it yet and the manual is basically useless.It does look a little cheapish in person, it has 2 channels with 2 speakers hook ups on each channel. They say it can double as a receiver, but I am just using it as a 2 channel amp. every time its turned off, it resets and you have to put everything back the way you want it (which only takes a few seconds).ok now my experience using it:I first hooked both speakers to one side and I was not impressed. My receiver sounded more powerful than this. So I hooked up one speaker to each channel and I still wasn't impressed but was out of time until the next day.The next day I turned it on and left it on low for a few hours and that seemed like it help, like it was a break in period because when I turned it up later in the night the speakers really came alive. Much more than my receiver could do. Though on low volumes, it wasn't any better than my receiver.On day 4 (today), I feel like its working even better. I played it about a total of 25 hours.Though I feel like it still "could" do more, maybe if i bridge the speakers but then Im dropping ohms and i dont want to damage my speakers because when turn all the way up, my speakers are VERY VERY VERY loud when almost no distortion as of right now.Now the hum they ALL seem to produce. Its annoying on low or no volumes, but completely disappears when the speaker volume goes up. I have read you can somehow ground the chassis and the hum is gone. I already tried a ground loop rca cable from radio shack and it didnt help. The hum is a constant low sound which does not go up in volume, so when the speakers are playing you wont hear it.all in all I feel like for parties I got the best set up, but on lower volumes my sub still is the one who makes me happy. I thought at first I could hook up these big speakers for front/main speakers and have my little satelites in back but no, this amp will make the cerwin vegas way over power the back satelites, so basically I need to hook all 4 of the exact same speaker or just enjoy 2 channel listening. There is no 5.1 or better with this amp. Because it is only a 2 channel amp and when you hook up just the fronts to this amp, they will WAY OVER power the other speakers and make them useless.If someone does buy this and either figures out the hum or bridge the amp please let me know how it went.One day I will probably bridge the amp with these speakers and see what happens...I feel like each channel produces about 250 watts when fully driven but i do wonder what would happen if i bridge the amp (hooked each speaker to both channels). Maybe 500 watts?... 700watts?Oh and one more thing i havent talked about I also have a powered 15in sub from cerwinvega too. I noticed when I have this amp and that sub on the same circuit breaker the sub noticbly goes down in bass, so i moved the sub to another another outlet and its back to 100%. So I guess this amp eats alot of electricity. 4Loudest fan I've ever heard short of a construction site. The first thing I noticed when I plugged it in was how loud the fan was. Sitting between the amp and the speaker, the fan is more noticeable than the speakers as songs begin and end. Even in the middle of songs, the fan is always noticeable. By the time I get the speaker volume to the point where it completely masks the fan sound, the speaker output is too loud to appreciate the music. It MIGHT be OK if rack mounted, but I made the mistake of thinking the rack mount was an option, not a requirement. The db indicator in the center of the amp is big, bright, and useless. It's calibrated from zero to 120 watts, but the meter display never changes no matter how high you crank the volume.This is the second Pyle amp I've purchased in the last month. I returned the first for performance issues, purchased this as a replacement, and will now likely return this one as well.On the plus side, if you rack-mounted it and ignore the db indicator, the actual audio output is very good. 3DON'T BUY THIS PYLE [PILE] OF CRAP.... i bought this amp back in april 2017 for about 110 dollars..so its about 18 months in use,,well ,recently,i noticed the sound keeps kicking out when attempting to play it in a higher volume..it also has done some other strange quirky unexplainable things...i don't think its a good idea for folks to be wasting their precious money on this amp or any other pyle/pile of crap pyle products..,i may try calling a pyle tech. rep....though seems not worth putting a dollar more in trying to fix a pyle of crap.. 1Best buy another brand. I purchased this device as I have dealing with this brand from a long time ago. The brand had stable products back then, and there were no issues. That appears to no longer be the case, if I base the product on my experience. I received this product, and within a couple months one of the channels went out. After troubleshooting, I contacted the company, and was able to get it sent back for repair at my cost. They called back and forth with me several times, as they didn't know what I wanted them to do, even though they had a ticket online, and a copy of the ticket in the box. They proceeded to troubleshoot, and led me to believe on the phone that nothing was wrong, even though they stated they had replaced parts when I received it back.It worked when I got it back from the service center, but only for about a month. At this time, it is out of warranty, and I have only one channel.I have no plans to purchase anything further from Pyle, not simply because the product is failing, but because of the service. They just didn't seem to know what they were doing. 1
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Description
  • 3000-WATT POWER: The Pyle 4 Channel Amplifier is perfect for your PA & home theater surround sound system It gives you 3000 watts peak power which can be used for multi speakers w/ 2-8 ohms impedance allowing you to enjoy high quality music & movies
  • 4 AUDIO INPUTS: This personal portable digital amp box supports 4 external sources - tape, tuner, AUX & DVD CD, w/ 2 " microphone inputs for karaoke & event hosting, an exceptional bonus to a PA system Also, it features 1 RCA for record line output
  • SPEAKER SELECTOR: The professional integrated stereo receiver has A/B speaker selector enabling you to choose b/w speaker set You can use either A or B speakers or use both Note that when it is turned on initially it uses both speakers as default
  • EQ CONTROLS: It has crisp buttons for the audio sources & selectors, rotary knob for bass, treble, balance, master volumes w/ LED & mic output controls Connect TV, AM FM radio, mp3, cell phone, iPad, computer desktop via 35mm RCA cable cord wire
  • DISPLAY METER: The new & improved compact & rack mountable bookshelf amplifier has a built-in VFD display meter which measures the decibels & shows which input is used A remote control is also included in the package for distant audio adjustments WORRY-FREE SHOPPING: With the Pyle PT3300 updated version, we are confident of the quality of our product, therefore, we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked
Reviews

Customer Reviews

The volume control is not very fine tuned. It will go from just not loud ... I have been running this product in our gym for 2 years now. It runs two pyle dj speakers through 80' of speaker chord in each direction. When you turn it up it booms!! To the point it is ear piercing if you go to high. Now, I gave it 4 stars for 2 reasons. 1. The display went black and stopped working after 4 months. 2. The volume control is not very fine tuned. It will go from just not loud enough to too loud with nothing in between. I did not warranty the item because we have a CrossFit not a sound studio. Music comes out, it is crisp and loud. I recommend this product. 4Good deal. I have this running 2 Rockville RSG12.4 12 3-Way 1000 Watt 4-Ohm Passive DJ/Pro Audio PA Speakers and 2 Rockville SBG1124 12" Passive Pro DJ Subwoofers. sounds great. I needed a Ground Loop Noise Isolator to stop all the noise it makes when hooking my computer to the amp via the 3.5mm jack to RCA cable(available here). 5Dont buy any Pyle-Of-Poop products with over-rated power output capabilities. This is the information I sent on to Pyle and never got a reply. I ended up purchasing two different Pyle (CRAP) products and returning both units for excessive digital noise and basic sound quality. I did leave out my consulting offer to correct obvious design and mechanical engineering problems.Original Letter To Pyle:Pyle P2002ABTI 2000 Watts Hybrid ReceiverPyle Home PT3300 3000-Watt Power AmplifierFirst.....I might point out these amplifiers would never in anyone's lifetime get close to 3000 Watts output or even 2000 Watts of output power. You do know that the power from a wall receptacle is a little over 1500 Watts, so 3000 Watts doesn't compute. The power cord shipped with this unit is 18 Gauge wire or 770 Watts and still not 3000 Watts. With the shipped power cord I would expect a big fire if this amp ever go to 3000 watts. These amps won't even make the fine print ratings of over 350 Watts / channel into 4 ohms. Really "PEAK" power what good is that.I purchased these units for my small home machine shop. They are connected to a computer to listen to streaming music. Neither unit had that good a sound quality, but would have been OK for a shop setting.Although inexpensive, they are junk. In the past week I have purchased these two re-branded Chinese products. Unless you are willing to stipulate these products are an PYLE American company design. Both of these units have a "PYLE" of problems, so I will just go over the top few.The first product has bright Blue lighting that illuminates the whole room. Not a problem in a workshop setting. This unit also has Blue-Tooth that when connected, produces digital beeps and squeaks louder than the music. Without a Blue-Tooth connection it produces a loud chime every 2 to 3 minutes. The cooling fan is distracting. I can't believe these is insufficient shielding in the power supply to prevent digital noise generated by the Blue-Tooth transmitter from getting into the audio front end. Why is there no switch on the back to turn that s*** (Blue-Tooth) off.I ordered the second unit to replacement the first whistling devil amp I returned. This amp has loud 60 cycle hum in the speakers regardless of the volume setting. I keep checking the lathe because I thought I had not turned off the DC drive motor power supply that produces a hum at the same level. In addition this unit defaults to "TAPE" when the main power is cycled. What is with that. Does the design team suspect that almost everyone in America has a Reel to Reel tape drive, or maybe a Eight Track recorder.Don't purchase low priced Pyle products. Spend you money on used stereo gear at the Goodwill store. It's a better bargain and probably will run longer than Pyle of Poop products. 1Sounds like crapppp Omg. I took a chance on this POS and regret it completely. Go to Craigslist and get a used pioneer, Yamaha, or onkyo. This is total crap. I was thinking maybe the technology was simplified by modern technology. Wrong. Weigh matters. This thing weighs nothing. Sure it can make my Klipsch speakers loud, but wow how bad they can sound. Don't buy for any reason.Update: after running this thing for a couple days really, really loud I find it's as advertised. It doesn't have all the fancy filters and hifi stuff the expensive amps have. Yet it does rock hard. Not too bad for the money. I'm still gonna get a Craigslist amp. Update from 1 to 3. 3Not work half the price. Don't buy this. Keep looking for another amp. It is not very powerful and the remote will not work the volume until you manually turn up the volume some first. The remote has no power button on it also. The volume also turns it self all the way down every time you turn the amp off. Pretty crappy amp. 1Worked for me Great amp and was received on time. The price was practically a steal. Not sure what all the grief is that other customers have had with this but this thing still keeps going strong.My only problems with it are:Turning off the power doesn't save your preferences such as volume and the last setting you were on. Also there isn't a tuner but I kind of expected that.The buttons and knobs do seem a little cheap and I am not entirely sure how this is 3000 watts because it feels more like 800 to 1000, give or take.I use it to power 2 subs, a 12 inch pioneer and a 10 inch Sony xplod. I have an aux cord that separates my computer speakers from my amp, because this thing will blow any standard bookshelf speakers at half volume.But this thing shakes my whole room and you can feel the floor shake above my room. There is plenty of foam insulation in my room so you can't hear music upstairs but you can feel the bass. 4Good for 2 channel listening, though it probably about 250 watts per channel unbridged Ok heres my review:I have owned this thing for about 4 days now. I will update this review when/if anythings changes.I am using 2 Cerwin Vega's RE38 speakers. 5 - 400watts with 15in woofers.My receiver is a Denon 3801, 105 watts per channelIt arrived on time and boxed well (no damage). It has a remote but I haven't used it yet and the manual is basically useless.It does look a little cheapish in person, it has 2 channels with 2 speakers hook ups on each channel. They say it can double as a receiver, but I am just using it as a 2 channel amp. every time its turned off, it resets and you have to put everything back the way you want it (which only takes a few seconds).ok now my experience using it:I first hooked both speakers to one side and I was not impressed. My receiver sounded more powerful than this. So I hooked up one speaker to each channel and I still wasn't impressed but was out of time until the next day.The next day I turned it on and left it on low for a few hours and that seemed like it help, like it was a break in period because when I turned it up later in the night the speakers really came alive. Much more than my receiver could do. Though on low volumes, it wasn't any better than my receiver.On day 4 (today), I feel like its working even better. I played it about a total of 25 hours.Though I feel like it still "could" do more, maybe if i bridge the speakers but then Im dropping ohms and i dont want to damage my speakers because when turn all the way up, my speakers are VERY VERY VERY loud when almost no distortion as of right now.Now the hum they ALL seem to produce. Its annoying on low or no volumes, but completely disappears when the speaker volume goes up. I have read you can somehow ground the chassis and the hum is gone. I already tried a ground loop rca cable from radio shack and it didnt help. The hum is a constant low sound which does not go up in volume, so when the speakers are playing you wont hear it.all in all I feel like for parties I got the best set up, but on lower volumes my sub still is the one who makes me happy. I thought at first I could hook up these big speakers for front/main speakers and have my little satelites in back but no, this amp will make the cerwin vegas way over power the back satelites, so basically I need to hook all 4 of the exact same speaker or just enjoy 2 channel listening. There is no 5.1 or better with this amp. Because it is only a 2 channel amp and when you hook up just the fronts to this amp, they will WAY OVER power the other speakers and make them useless.If someone does buy this and either figures out the hum or bridge the amp please let me know how it went.One day I will probably bridge the amp with these speakers and see what happens...I feel like each channel produces about 250 watts when fully driven but i do wonder what would happen if i bridge the amp (hooked each speaker to both channels). Maybe 500 watts?... 700watts?Oh and one more thing i havent talked about I also have a powered 15in sub from cerwinvega too. I noticed when I have this amp and that sub on the same circuit breaker the sub noticbly goes down in bass, so i moved the sub to another another outlet and its back to 100%. So I guess this amp eats alot of electricity. 4Loudest fan I've ever heard short of a construction site. The first thing I noticed when I plugged it in was how loud the fan was. Sitting between the amp and the speaker, the fan is more noticeable than the speakers as songs begin and end. Even in the middle of songs, the fan is always noticeable. By the time I get the speaker volume to the point where it completely masks the fan sound, the speaker output is too loud to appreciate the music. It MIGHT be OK if rack mounted, but I made the mistake of thinking the rack mount was an option, not a requirement. The db indicator in the center of the amp is big, bright, and useless. It's calibrated from zero to 120 watts, but the meter display never changes no matter how high you crank the volume.This is the second Pyle amp I've purchased in the last month. I returned the first for performance issues, purchased this as a replacement, and will now likely return this one as well.On the plus side, if you rack-mounted it and ignore the db indicator, the actual audio output is very good. 3DON'T BUY THIS PYLE [PILE] OF CRAP.... i bought this amp back in april 2017 for about 110 dollars..so its about 18 months in use,,well ,recently,i noticed the sound keeps kicking out when attempting to play it in a higher volume..it also has done some other strange quirky unexplainable things...i don't think its a good idea for folks to be wasting their precious money on this amp or any other pyle/pile of crap pyle products..,i may try calling a pyle tech. rep....though seems not worth putting a dollar more in trying to fix a pyle of crap.. 1Best buy another brand. I purchased this device as I have dealing with this brand from a long time ago. The brand had stable products back then, and there were no issues. That appears to no longer be the case, if I base the product on my experience. I received this product, and within a couple months one of the channels went out. After troubleshooting, I contacted the company, and was able to get it sent back for repair at my cost. They called back and forth with me several times, as they didn't know what I wanted them to do, even though they had a ticket online, and a copy of the ticket in the box. They proceeded to troubleshoot, and led me to believe on the phone that nothing was wrong, even though they stated they had replaced parts when I received it back.It worked when I got it back from the service center, but only for about a month. At this time, it is out of warranty, and I have only one channel.I have no plans to purchase anything further from Pyle, not simply because the product is failing, but because of the service. They just didn't seem to know what they were doing. 1
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