The pyle amp was in good condition, but it wasn't the one that was ...
Big Blu, Amazon
17 July 2014
Summary: The pyle amp was in good condition, but it wasn't the one that was advertised. The amp shown above and the one advertised was a pyle ppa200 2000 watt, and that's what I thought I was buying but when the package arrived, it was a pyle pta 1400 watt amp. Not the 2000 watt one on sale.
Summary: This is a pretty decent amp, my only problems with it are that the fan to cool it down is rather loud. Also its not 2 channels of 1000 watts like a conventional car amp but instead you need to bridge it which im unaware of how its done. So you only get like 800watts a side.
Summary: This product is not what I expected. For 2000 watt it does not have enough power not even to pump one of my three speakers. I'm very dissapointed. The service was very fast and satisfactory, for that I'll give them the 5 stars.
Summary: First off this amp does not put out advertised power. But in any situation, ( outside of a club, or live music PA's ), this amp will get the job done! I use 3 of these amps to drive my media player & surround system for the computer.
Summary: 50% up to start to hear it then all the way up to hear 4 -8" three way speakers , i should return it and buy anything else volume is per channel also not happy about, save your time keep looking
Summary: If the product name was "PPA200- 20 Watt Amp" I'd be happy with it, but this one is not even close to being able to deliver what it claims it can. And I know - we all know how it works, 2000W on the box means bridged peak on 2ohms, which should leave you with about 250W rms on 8ohms bridged (or 125W...