Question about Pyle Home Pt570au 5.1-channel 350 Watts Am/fm Radio With Usb/sd Card
I have 2 Fisher tower speakers, model ST-9415/ST-9418, and I am trying to figure out how to connect them to my Pyle receiver. I tried using speaker wire because that's what the speakers require but there doesn't appear to be a place to insert the wire directly into the receiver. Do I need a different cord(s)? Also, how do I then connect them to my TV, which is a Sanyo, model number DP46849?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
People talk alot of **** about Pyle amps, all I can say is that,
I have two PT-2000 & PT-1800 power amps that I have set in bridge mode, one for each speaker and they are powering two Altec-Lansing 18" inch subs, one amp per speaker, no hiss, line noise or anything and the system kicks. I tried the Pyles on a whim because I got tired the trouble I was having with the QSC and Crown power amps, could not go a year without having something go wrong always sending back to dealer for some kind of fix! So now I have 2, QSCs, 2 Crowns & 4 Pyles driving my system
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
You can use either the high level (speaker) or the low-level (RCA's) inputs to the amp, but not both. Choose whichever one sounds the best or is more convenient to install and leave the other disconnected.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 24, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Pyle PLD3MU
Run your 12" subs off the amp make sure to Xover for bass only.
Try running the 4 speakers direct to the stereo may not be enough power, Might have to invest in another amp and speaker upgrade to get it sounding just right.
But its a place to start.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
you need to make sure youre getting a signal from the source, RCA's I suppose. Check for loose connections or broken wires. make sure to have 12v+ on power and remote inputs at amp...proper ground too. Lastly, check your ohm loads at speakers, maybe one is about dead. make sure crossover settings are correct.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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