Overview

The Pyle Home PT390BTU Digital Home Theater Bluetooth Stereo Receiver brings music to any room with crystal clear clarity. This system features Bluetooth wireless music streaming ability. You will be able to wirelessly and instantly stream your audio through this 4-channel high-power system, which powers up to 4 speakers. System features include AM/FM radio, USB and SD Card readers for MP3 digital audio file playback, aux input to connect external devices like smartphones and tablets, two 1/4 in. microphone input jacks and RCA audio inputs and outputs. Connect some microphones for a karaoke party and adjust the volume, balance, treble and bass on the master output for total control of your sound. The system also includes AM/FM antennas, remote control and audio connection cable.

Features:

    • 4-channel receiver
    • 300W output
    • Freq resp: 20Hz-20kHz
    • Imp: 8Ω
    • Bluetooth version 3.0
    • AM/FM radio
    • Digital LCD display
    • USB, SD Card, aux, 2 x 1/4" microphone & 2 x RCA inputs
    • 2 x RCA outputs
    • Compatible with MP3, WMA & WAV file types
    • 4 pairs of speaker terminal binding posts
    • Compatible with external mobile devices
    • Auto scan & tuning control
    • 50 radio memory prests
    • Built-in ventilation cooling fan
    • Volume, bass, treble & echo controls
    • Microphone volume, bass, treble & echo controls
    • 110V-220V switchable power
    • Dim: 4.7"H x 12.2"W x 16.9"D

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