- Pyle Audio 1,000-watt AM/FM receiver (PD1000A)
- Pyle Audio 3,000-watt AM/FM reciever (PD3000A)
Pyle Audio AM/FM Receiver with DVD Player and USB Port
With its suite of features, this is more than just a receiver—it's a central hub for an entire entertainment system. Connect up to four speakers to pump powerful sound from the receiver's AM/FM radio, CDs, or other media files via the USB reader or auxiliary input. Each source has its own gain control so you get the sound and power you want. An A/B audio switch allows users to toggle between speaker configurations, making it easy to wire audio through separate rooms to cheat in a game of musical Marco Polo. By hooking the receiver up to a TV, users can enjoy the same crisp sound from DVDs as well.
- Home theater receiver
- Powers four speakers
- Includes a disc player compatible with CD, DVD, CD-R, and other formats
- 50-station AM/FM memory presets
- Auto station seek and store
- AM/FM quartz synthesized radio tuner
- Auxiliary input for MP3 players
- USB reader
- A/B audio switch for multiple speaker configurations
- Fluorescent digital display
- Visual power-level DB display
- RGB/RCA/S-Video outputs
- Subwoofer line audio output
- Dimensions: 16.92" W x 5.12" H x 12" D
- One-year warranty from Sound Around, Inc.
- Condition: new
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The Fine Print
Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 more as gifts. Free returns. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders are delivered within 12 business days from the purchase date. Does not ship to PO boxes. See return policy. Must pay applicable tax and provide name and shipping address at checkout, which will be shared to facilitate shipping. 1 year warranty from Sound Around, Inc. Goods sold by Groupon Goods. How is the strike-through price determined?