Features: – Compact & Powerful Amp System – Built-in WiFi Wireless Music Streaming Receiver – WiFi Music Storage & Playback Ability – Connect with Your Smart Device via the Free App – Microphone Paging /Mixing Control Switch – 1/4” Microphone Input – 1/4” Headphone Input – RCA (L/R) Audio Input – RCA (L/R) Audio Output – Speaker Terminal Connectors – Aux (3.5mm) Input – Connect & Stream Audio From External Devices – Volume, Balance, Bass, Treble Adjustment – Built-in Overload and Power Protection – Front Panel Button Control Center – Independent Source Selection The ‘MUZO Player’ App: – Conveniently Access Your Music Library – ‘Multi-Room Mode’ Connects Multiple Devices & Rooms – Compatible with Spotify, iHeartRadio, Tidal, TuneIn & More – Available for iOS and Android – Free to Download What’s in the Box: – Audio Control WiFi Amplifier – Decorative Plate Frame Cover – WiFi/Bluetooth Antenna – Wall Power Adapter Technical Specs: – MAX Power: 240 Watt – T.H.D.: ±0.5dB – Input Impedance: Balance 20kHz – Power: 110/220V, Selectable
From the manufacturer
Plug into any standard bookshelf or powered speakers and pair your Bluetooth device. It’s that easy to turn your Bluetooth enabled Smartphone into a wireless sound system for your office, kitchen or any room inside or outside your home.
The improved indoor smart compact bookshelf speaker sound amplifier features crisp and responsive buttons for the power switch. It also features rotary knob controls for the master volume, bass, treble adjustments
MULTI-VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY
Changeable 110V-240V input with fuse for protection against surges and short circuits makes this stereo amplifier ideal for worldwide usage. Enjoy this home stereo amplifier with unparalleled sound clarity.
SWITCHABLE PAGER & MIXING MODES
With 1/4″ MIC input; set to PAGER for MIC to override music playback or set to mixing mode for same time playback or KARAOKE. Great for professional use in work environment or store.
- MAX Power: 240 Watt
- Frequency Response: 20Hz – 20kHz >±0.5dB
- Input Impedance: Balance 20kHz
- Power: 110/220V, Selectable
- Weight: 5.65 lbs.
Pyle WiFi Stereo Amplifier Receiver Professional Home Theater
Audio System Wireless Bluetooth Connectivity AUX MP3 Music Streaming
Perfect for home stereo use on tabletop or bookshelf. 2 Channel AUX1 and AUX2 inputs for Home Theater, DVD player, or Radio Tuner with adjustable Tone(Treble & Bass), Master(L&R), Balance & MIC Volume and LED lighting. With 1/4″ MIC input; set to PAGER for MIC to override music playback or set to mixing mode for same time playback or KARAOKE. Great for professional use in work environment or store.
- WI-FI CONNECTIVITY
- SWITCHABLE PAGER & MIXING MODES
- MULTI-VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY
Michael S. –
ImpressiveThis is a great little unit. It packs more features than other similar products from Pyle. Sure the power is a bit lower than other offerings, but with 2 aux + CD + BT + USB + FM radio ; this unit is a much better offering than the higher power Pyle mini receivers. Those other units trade a bit more watts for a lot less connection options.So, here is something else….. It is obvious that the unit has an FM radio (turns out, it has a pretty decent channel scanner) but the user guide did not really make it very obvious how to get there. I was on the Pyle web site trying to find out if there was a better manual online (there wasn’t) , but on a lark I started a chat at (get this!) 11:30 PST — and I’ll be darned — but there was someone to take up the chat. Wow! I was surprised by support at that hour.Well, they showed me how obvious (sic) it is to get access to the FM radio. Really, it isn’t obvious — lets just say that the mode button does more than the manual says it does.I’d give this a strong recommend on the bang4buck scale.
Eric V. –
Good amp, find a good set of speakers to pair it with.Application: I used this product to power two Realistic Minimus 7 speakers that I found at a thrift show–great, old, quality mini speakers. The speakers being 8 Ohms each run this amp at 2×20 Watts, in reality. They sound great through this amp, awesome tone, covers Mids and highs extremely well. I’m using the recording output to run a line output to an awesome Sylvania powered sub (that came with satellite treble and mid speakers–also great speakers) I picked up from big lots on the cheap through a lot of research (I’m not using the treble speakers at all with this setup). I mix music and do a lot of DIY studio stuff, I’ve got a really good ear for sound, I work operating sound equipment with bands and other applications and I’m going to be using this setup for personal uses for quite a while, I am impressed…Review: The amp itself does the job, there are 3 RCA inputs, one 1/8 inch input on the front (selected by toggling to the CD input without having any signal running through the RCA input for the same channel) and a USB input plus a 1/4 inch Microphone input. I’m most likely only going to use the RCA inputs and the front jack for quick connection.This amp powers the speakers I’m using without any signal degradation, the only controls I’m really using are the selection knobs and the volume pot. Both work very well, no scratches in the volume. I’m not using the bass/treble knobs because I have a GEQ in my signal line that does the job for balancing frequencies. I’m not using the mic input because it’s unnecessary for my uses.The recording output works very well for my uses–chaining the signal out to a sub. This output is not affected by any of the knobs except for the selector.The only negative thing I really have to say about this device is that the rear panel where all of the patching happens–where all of the RCA inputs and outputs and speaker outputs are, is really weak, it feels like there are screws missing on the top of the panel so that when you push in connections, you feel like the panel is going to break into the rest of the housing.Bottom Line: This device is very good. It does the job, just be careful when plugging it all in and installing it because the rear panel is very weak. If you can find some, the Minimus 7 Realistic speakers pair extremely well with this device. If you have speakers with low power necessities, this will do the job. There are numerous features on this device that have worked excellently on my device and I would recommend it. Be careful when connecting and disconnecting components on the back panel.
Steven Brunner –
Simple to use & produces great sound.Connected 2 old school Bose speakers to it, via speaker wire. Easy to set up & great sound blasting my garage doors open.
Occasional Reviewer –
Good Little Amp For The PriceThis is decent little amp for the price. More on sound quality in a moment, but it is well-built, has great functionality and controls and makes a terrific little desktop or auxiliary amp. Very flexible: it is very small and will fit anywhere, and it has tone and balance controls and takes five different inputs: three traditional line-level AUX/CD inputs, one USB input with play controls for accessing and play/pausing sound files directly off a memory stick, and a Microphone input with a dedicated MIC volume. Really an incredibly flexible product for an incredible price. A great little amp for those small jobs like an iPod based poolside system, desktop system for computer sound, or lightweight PA or music mixing or even Karaoke duties I suppose. It also has some very nice punch for a 40W x 2 stereo amp – more than enough for small rooms. I’m tempted to give it five stars except for one thing: this is not an audiophile amp. For this price it is not supposed to be, but if you are really picky about sound and plan to listen to it through speakers which have good resolution and transparency, you will find the sound a little bit sub-par. I’m using it with a nice pair of Monitor Audio speakers, and, while it is not bad, the high end is a little honky and nasal-sounding and there is some mid bass emphasis. It’s not terrible – most people wouldn’t notice or care (again, especially for this price), but it is definitely not a sparkling clear and transparent amp we are talking about here. For example, I got it to replace a 25 year old NAD 7225 receiver relegated to desktop duty whose power supply finally quit on me, and there is a definitely perceptible difference in sound quality. True this Pyle is new and hasn’t had a chance to really warm up and break in, and NADs are famous for the quality of their sound, so this is not surprising, but I mention it as a heads up to people who care a lot about sound and have sharp ears. Otherwise, great product.
Adam J. Savage –
Don’t try the Muzo App!I tried connecting to it via the Muzo app, and it doesn’t even exist anymore, so I tried the Legacy app and that didn’t work. I read a review that said its plug and play, so I connected it to my network with a cat5 cable. I use youtube music, so I opened the app and hit cast, then airplay devices and it was there. It streams directly to it over my wifi network. I think an alternative method would be to connect to connect to the amp via the ip address and connect it to your wifi network. Airplay might work like that too.
Dave W. –
Pyle PTAU23 Mini Stereo Power AmpThis Pyle PTAU23 a great little amplifier. I purchased it specifically for playing mp3s on SD cards and USB drives. Still learning the operation, but so far I am extremely satisfied. I am using two Sony 60 watt bookshelf speakers. Has great sound quality and plenty of power for my application. I would certainly recommend the Pyle PTAU23 Mini Stereo Power Amp. Great value for the price.
jason burt –
Using on patioThis thing was literally plug and play. I didn’t bother with the app ( doesn’t seem to be available anymore on iOS) I just plugged right into the router through the LAN plug. Immediately became available for Apple AirPlay. Turn the volume up about 3/4 and adjust the bass to your speakers. I know it has more capabilities, but this is all I wanted. Great product, great price, great solution. Highly recommend for convenient sound solutions where Bluetooth may be too far away.
William R. Cheswick –
Works great until the press-in speaker connector breaksThese were just right, though all I needed was the wire connections. I’ve had several that have been running continuously for years. But when the press-in speaker connection broke, I found it next to impossible to repair. Do I solder something in there? Mount a screw connector, or just buy another brand?
Excellent ChoiceThis product is very good, have all the necessary connections. Good product for the value.
It’s exactly what it says it isI needed a way to play music threw my 6×9 garage speakers and a Bluetooth transmitter just had to much static. This is PERFECT! I read a review saying this wasn’t Bluetooth and that was a lie. You can control treble and bass and you can Hook up a antenna and get radio, what else can you ask for? Overall I love it