Reviews and Problems with Pyle P2001AT 2000W Hybrid Pre Amplifier with AM/FM Tuner
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What Pyle. Literally
Rachel D. Sitges, Amazon
14 October 2013
Summary: The first one I recieved died within a week. Turns out could not handle the nice speakers I have installed. I got a replacement and hooked them up in series to avoid overdriving the amp and worked for 10 months. Died again this weekend. This is truly a Pyle of garbage. I am going to see if I can get another on the warrenty. Wish me luck.
Summary: I was disappointed with this product. I returned this brand to amazon 3 times. 1st item was 1000 watts w no accessories. 2nd, I had to return it again cuz the B channel for the speakers doesn't work. Only line A works. 3rd time i got the 2000 watts amplifier for replacement, the music in the amplifier had a very strong static and the fan at the back was vibrating too loud.
Great unit at a great price, and a very helpful company
3 August 2013
Summary: I just ordered this unit for work to setup a sort of overhead intercom/paging system for a large warehouse type area. So far this unit has performed flawlessly. It puts out a good amount of power with little noise and suits the job perfectly for a much lower price than anything else out there. Have to give props out to Pyle for helping us out with this one.
Summary: Alot of pros.. but mainly its an amp and receiver in one. It worked well on a 7 speaker 150w setup without problems and worked ok for 16 speaker 120w setup, but at mid level it started to clip out.. probably not enough power.. but expected. Cons: The given Antennas are flaky. The wires are flimsy but manageable. But if your using mp3/ipod.. works great.
Summary: This amp is awesome! I am using it for two sets of outdoor speakers. The sound great! I will say I was concerned after reading the reviews but I took a chance anyway. The only problem that was true to the reviews was the remote issue. I had the same problem of the remote not working right out of the box.... HOWEVER, i was smart enough to know what the issue was and fixed it. They over-casted the plastic casing for the remote in the area of the batteries.
Summary: It seemed like a lot of bang for the buck and I liked the equalizer display. Decent sound quality, and got pretty loud, even though I kept it at lower volume levels the majority of the time. .....for about 4 hours. The next day I turned it on at very low volume and after about 3 or 4 minutes, click. Sound was gone. I had to turn it up to 1/2 to 3/4 volume to barely hear any sound coming out of the speakers. This was the third defective Pyle in a row!