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Pyle PCAU48BT Bluetooth Mini Stereo Power Amplifier 2x120W Dual Channel Sound Audio Receiver w/Remote $49.99 shipped

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I was looking for something for my workshop and settled on this when I saw that it has over a thousand reviews and is the lowest price per ccc

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1000 reviews on Amazon. 3.6 stars.


Peak Power Output: 120 Watt x 2
10% RMS at 4-Ohm Impedance
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 75dB
Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20kHz
Input Sensitivity: 150mV
T.H.D.: 0.3%
Bass/Treble: +/-10dB
110V/220 Voltage Selector, 50/60Hz
Dimension (W x H x D): 8.27'' x 2.83'' x 5.43''
Sold as: Unit
Weight: 5.64 lbs.
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I know Pyle is pretty terrible overall but I was looking at similar cheap stereo amps (even marine gear) as a solution for a low budget outdoor speaker/backyard theater setup. Bluetooth is nice to have at this price point but I'd probably hook up a Raspberry Pi running Plex to the analog inputs to reduce latency. Anybody have experience with this in similar situations?
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I have no experience with Raspberry Pi. My old workshop receiver crapped out. It didn't have Bluetooth. This is an upgrade from the very old receiver I had in my workshop. I'm gonna see how it does. If it works out, I'll be on the lookout for a sale on the Polk Audio Patio 200 speakers.
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Probably want to pair your pi with a schitt dac so you can have a schitt-pyle output for your speakers

Anyone else remember when Pyle was made in USA (indiana) and actually had decent stuff? what happened to your company Frank?
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Could this fire a passive sub?
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Absolute garbage.
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The style of the remote control alone is reason to move along.
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Any other suggestions for a unit under $100 that has a Bluetooth receiver, FM, and at least 2 speaker plugs?

This is for a dusty workshop so I will not be installing a $100+ Onkyo or Denon.
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Any other suggestions for a unit under $100 that has a Bluetooth receiver, FM, and at least 2 speaker plugs?

This is for a dusty workshop so I will not be installing a $100+ Onkyo or Denon.
I'm doing the same for my painting studio. I haven't picked one yet but was checking out this list: https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-mini-...amplifiers
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I'm doing the same for my painting studio. I haven't picked one yet but was checking out this list: https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-mini-...amplifiers
I'm surprised that Pyle PTA4 ended up making the list that you linked.

Here's what we ended up doing:

Receiver: Pioneer VSX-D514
Bluetooth transmitter: TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, Digital Optical TOSLINK and 3.5mm Wireless Audio [amazon.com]
Speakers: 1 pair of off brand that the previous owner has hooked up plus 1 Polk Audio Monitor40 Series II Two-Way Bookshelf Loudspeaker

I'm still planning on getting the Polk Patio speakers when they go back on sale


The current setup sounds pretty decent for a 20'x24'workshop gym. I was surprised about the range of the bluetooth transmitter. The transmitter is small and the range is at least 30 feet or so.
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