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Pyle Home PCAU44 - Amplificador estéreo (USB, lector de CD, 2 x 120 W, indicador LED), negro
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Ajuste agudos: Si
Ajuste de bajos: Si
Altura: 8,29 cm
Ancho: 25,2 cm
Canales de salida de audio: 2.0
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 1
Color del producto: Negro
Control de volumen: Giratorio
Entrada de audio (L,R): 1
Indicadores LED: Si
Interruptor de encendido/apagado integrado: Si
Potencia pico por canal: 120 W
Profundidad: 16,4 cm
Salida de potencia RMS por canal (4 Ohmios): 120 W
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de conectividad de bocina: Terminales de abrazadera
Utilizar con: Hogar
Voltaje de entrada AC: 110-220 V
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There seems to be a lot of unhappy discussion here about the PCAU44’s advertised wattage, distortion, and so on. Don’t let it scare you away from this nice little amp. At close to full volume it’s plenty loud enough to hear in a noisy shop, and I don’t hear enough distortion or clipping to care about. And before you ask, I was a classical DJ for years, so I know really bad sound when I hear it. If you’re an audiophile who wants to hear perfect reproduction of the oboist’s cufflinks rattling in the third row of the orchestra, look elsewhere. But if you want a solid little amp for everyday use on a budget, the Pyle Home PCAU44 will do fine for you.
The closest thing I have to a complaint is with the USB stick play controls. They work fine, but it would be nice if there was a button to switch between albums, instead of simply through songs. It often requires some tedious clicking in order to find what you want. There is also no display to show what is currently playing, so you have to know what is on your stick pretty well, or write down a playlist. I knocked off half a point on my rating because of that.
Aside from this one minor point, I recommend the Pyle Home PCAU44 very highly.
This amplifier gets quite hot, so use it in a ventilated space. We have one attraction that uses 8 Pyle ample (16 channels of sound) and we have them sitting on their site with a bit of a gap between each one. They have been running for YEARS with no problem.
We recently started using these USB models, and they seem to work as great.
NOTE: You won't get true 240 watts out of this. It's far quieter than you would think (you can only run it at about 75% volume without distortion) but it's a great price, and we just use a bunch of them.
I've hooked it to a pair of Pyle PDMN-48 speakers. Sure, the 120W spec is a marketing lie, but this combination produces more than enough good clean sound to fill a dorm room or any adult's office.
If you read the manual or email tech support they'll tell you the USB input only reads audio files from thumb drives, but that's not true. Just buy a USB-A to USB-A cable and plug it into a computer running something modern like Windows 7. (I have Win7Pro-64, but I assume they all work)
It auto detected and gave me an hourglass while it installed a very generic looking "interface driver" but then it just worked.
If you are curious, you can right click the speaker icon in the toolbar tray and select "Playback Devices" It installed as "Speakers/USB Audio Device/Default Device" but if you click on that and select properties you can customize the name & icon to be clearer.
Ahhhh! I'm listening to *music* now instead of noise! :-)