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Pyle P1001AT 1000W Amplifier with Preamp & AM/FM Tuner
does the mic. treble, bass and sub out work with the mp3 input and AM FM tuner
Yes these will work with any input.
Date published: 2012-12-05
Can I run multiple speakers in parallel off both channels of this amp?
For example could I have 6 speakers hooked up to each channel for a total of 12? I'm trying to fill a very large shop that was previously wired with 12 speakers but the last tenant took the speakers and the amp. I was thinking about using the Dayton Audio B652 speakers. Just needing it for backgroud music. If not, does anyone have any other recommendations?
Technically you can do this but you would have to wire everything up in series/parallel in order to not damage the amplifier. The other option would be a speaker impedance matching selector that will prevent this from happening. Something like our Dayton SS6 would be a good choice.
Date published: 2012-11-02
Is there a UEI code that works for programming a universal remote to control this amp?
Probably depends on what remote you have. Looks like it's likely 1200 or 11200 on various UEI-brand remotes. Googling "UEI Code Search" will bring you to a website with the database on it.
Date published: 2012-08-02
Is there an output for a center channel speaker?
It appears that this is a 2 channel output(stereo) and that doesn't provide a center channel. A surround processor of some kind downstream of this unit might provide what you are looking for. It's that or a surround A/V type amp.
Date published: 2012-05-07
Can I use this amp to power my subwoofers? They are rated at 4 ohms and 350 watts rms. Thanks
Yes you can, "2 x 360 watts (1 kHz, peak power @ 4 ohms)" so that's basically saying this amp cant put out anything more than 360 watts at 4 ohms. So your subs will be fine with this.Depending on how many subs you got, here's what you can do:2x 4 ohm subs per channel (total of 4 subs) wired in parallel, this will give a 2 ohm load on the amp.1x 4 ohm sub per channel (total of 2 subs) will give a 4 ohm load
Date published: 2011-08-28