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Pyle PD3000A 3000 Watt AM-FM Receiver w/Built-In DVD/MP3/USB

Brand:|Model: PD3000A|Part # 310-2014
Pyle's PD3000A receiver powers up to 4 loud speakers with over 3000 watts peak power. Features a separate gain control for DVD, Tuner, USB, and MP3.
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Part # 310-2014
  • AUX input (iPod/MP3 w/Cable)
  • USB reader function (for use w/portable USB drives)
  • AM/FM quartz synthesized radio tuner
  • Visual power level DB display
  • Subwoofer line audio output
  • RGB/RCA/S-video outputs
  • 110/220 volt switchable power source

Product Details

Pyle PD3000A 3000 Watt AM-FM Receiver w/Built-In DVD/MP3/USB

Pyle's PD3000A receiver powers up to 4 loud speakers with over 3000 watts peak power. Features a separate gain control for DVD, Tuner, USB, and MP3. Compatible with multimedia disc formats such as DVD/CD/VCD/CD-R/CD-RW/MP4. Includes an auto station seek/store, over 50 stations AM/FM memory presets, and a digital colorful fluorescent display.

Specifications: • Peak power: 3000 watts, 300 watts x 2 @ 8 ohms, 550 watts x 2 @ 4 ohms, 800 watts x 2 @ 2 ohms • Dimensions: 16.92" W x 5.12" H x 12" D.

NoteUSB port only detects MP3 encoded songs stored on FAT32 formatted storage devices up to 2 GB in size.

Product Specifications
  • Power Output Per Channel300 Watts
  • Receiver Type2 Channel Stereo
Pyle PD3000A 3000 Watt AM-FM Receiver w/Built-In DVD/MP3/USB
  • BrandPyle Audio
  • ModelPD3000A
  • Part Number310-2014
  • UPC068888891776
  • Product CategoryHome Theater Receivers & Stereo Receivers
  • Unit of MeasureEA
  • Product Rating
    (3 Reviews)
  • Weight26.04 lbs.
  • California Prop 65

    Warning: California residents only. Please note per Proposition 65 that this product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Pyle PD3000A 3000 Watt AM-FM Receiver w/Built-In DVD/MP3/USB
Pyle PD3000A 3000 Watt AM-FM Receiver w/Built-In DVD/MP3/USB is rated 4.6667 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love it !I have four new fifteen inch ,250watts speakers and the receiver makes them sound great.and very loud!
Date published: 2012-06-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Numerous Features, Over-Rated PowerThe 3,000W PMPO [Peak Music Power Output or Peak Momentary Performance Output] is an undefined rating which is nothing more than a sales or marketing value... do not use this PMPO value when trying to match speakers to an amplifier or vice versa.With the 3,000W rating aside, the Pyle website reflects the following PEAK ratings: 300W x 2 into 8Ω, 550W x 2 into 4Ω, 800W x 2 into 2Ω.PD-3000A… power test results [PEAK]: 236W x 2 into 8 Ω, 296W x 2 into 4 Ω & 266W x 2 into 2 ΩPD-3000A… power test results [RMS]: 118W x 2 into 8Ω (60% efficiency), 148W x 2 into 4Ω (48% efficiency), 133W x 2 into 2Ω (33% efficiency)PD-3000A… [Headphone] power test results (RMS): 23mW x 2 into 600Ω, 6mW x 2 into 32ΩPower tests were performed at 1kHz, unclipped sine, resistive load with both channels driven equally (I performed a 1-minute power test into each load with cool down time between each test… the standard actually calls for a 5-minute power test).The PD-3000A has a treble and bass equalizer (via “Menu”)… test results: -13.6dB to +13.7dB @ 20kHz [treble], -13.7dB to +13.7dB @ 100Hz [bass]The MIC1 & MIC2 share a dedicated treble and bass equalizer… test results: 0 to +19.3dB @ 2.5kHz [M.Treble], 0 to +14.6dB @ 200Hz [M.Base]The SUB1 & SUB2 outputs have an internal low-pass crossover… test results: 220Hz, -6dB/Octave [1st Order]Comments:As can be seen, the PD-3000A power output is not even close to the Pyle website ratings (the test results are with 120VAC input… the PD-3000A is rated at 110VAC input which would yield even lower power output and efficiency). Based on test results, the PD-3000A appears to have a weak power supply design (as the power supply +/-DC output voltage drops due to load, the output voltage to the load [speakers] must be decreased proportionally to prevent clipping). Based on the measured power output and efficiency with a stereo 2Ω load, the PD-3000A is not 2Ω stable. Based on these results, the PD-3000A should not be used with stereo loads less than 4Ω. The PD-3000A, as tested, should be rated as 120WRMS x 2 into 8Ω, 150WRMS x 2 into 4Ω @ 120VAC or 240WPEAK x 2 into 8Ω, 300WPEAK x 2 into 4Ω @ 120VAC.The signal indication [green, yellow, red lights] and display bar graph are not a direct indication of output power. The lights and bar graph move up and down in proportion to input [source] signal regardless of whether or not the output is at maximum volume [63] or mute [0].The front iPOD / MP3 3.5mm input is the same source as the rear MP3 RCA input. If both are connected, the front input has priority.The instruction book is confusing in regards to file type compatibility of the USB input. One section says MP3 only, but another section says MP3 and WMA have priority over several forms of playable files (I’ve successfully played MP3 & WMA files). The USB input is easier to use if you have the PD-3000A connected to a monitor or TV (the on-screen file layout is a lot better than the built-in display).“A” & “B” speakers automatically mute when headphones are connected.“A” & “B” speakers become parallel outputs when “A+B” is selected… for example, if you have an 8Ω speaker connected to RCH-A and an 8Ω speaker connected to RCH-B and select “A+B”, the PD-3000A RCH will see a 4Ω load.The dedicated SUB & MIC volume controls are unaffected by the Master volume or the treble and bass equalizer via the menu (the MIC does have separate treble and bass controls located on the front of the PD-3000A). This makes sense for the MIC, but this is somewhat inconvenient for the SUB (many receivers utilize a SUB output gain adjustment, but allow volume control of the SUB and speakers simultaneously via the Master volume… the PD-3000A does not). MIC & SUB volume cannot be adjusted via the remote.The cooling fans [there are two… one for the power supply and another for the speaker output section] are a little noisy when the room is quiet (if you’re playing music or a DVD at a moderate to loud volume, you won’t notice the fan noise). The fans do not run continuously, they operate only when the temperature or signal level reaches a internally preset level.The remote requires two (2) AAA batteries (not included).The blue illumination can be distracting if you’re in a dark room… watching a movie for instance (I personally like the blue lighting, but I had a couple of people say it’s too bright).The instruction book is vague at best. You have to spend some time using the variety of buttons and scrolling through the menu (display and on-screen) to determine how the unit works. Also, some sections of the instruction book appear to have translation issues (the PDF version is available on the Parts Express website). I tested a variety of items on the PD-3000A that I have not included in this review (I figured the review was long enough and few would want to read a technical journal… most just want a basic review and some technical data). Overall, the PD-3000A has a lot of features, but you have to know its limitations (i.e. as can be seen from the test results, it’s not going to deliver 3,000W… if you overdrive the output [excessive distortion / clipping], it will sound terrible and you will eventually damage your speakers and/or the PD-3000A). I’m using the PD-3000A [310-2014] to drive a pair of BIC RtR 1530 tower speakers [303-422] and am using a Dayton Audio SUB-120 [300-635] for bass enhancement. I’ve also purchase a pair of Pyle Pro PDMIC58 microphones [248-4310]. For the price, the numerous features and even tested power output are satisfactory.
Date published: 2012-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Something to annoy yer neighbors!Paired this up with 2 bic rtr 1530 speakers for a cheap sound system and it does well although with this combo there is some "air" noise that might be solved with inline filters (car audio) I'll try it when i get a minute and see. If i get a powered sub to go with this setup I'll probly have to move out of town, it is loud! sound is based on personal opinion so not much help there pretty much thats aleady been said!
Date published: 2009-11-04
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Pyle PD3000A 3000 Watt AM-FM Receiver w/Built-In DVD/MP3/USB

I have this reciever and need a power cord could you tell me which one to buy 

Asked by: brandon16
By the images I can see it is a typical IEC AC power cord. Part # 110-140 would be a good choice as a replacement.
Answered by: GregT
Date published: 2016-01-12

hi my name is chris puma i bought this pyle pd3000a n now im getting a lot of static even when im watching a movie on or using the aux  how can i return it or get a new won with the warranty .

Asked by: devilchild7985
Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, or 800-338-0531 x1.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-10-16

does this receiver have a loud button? my pyle 3201atu did .. im gonna be running my paradigm tower speakers 3. 6 1/2 woffers in each tower for fronts and then my vm 10inch loudspeakers in the rear then my bic f12 powered subwoofer very loud setup

Asked by: dodgeramsport
This receiver does not have a loud button.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-07-22


Asked by: goodman
Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, or 800-338-0531 x1.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-04-20

Would this stereo be enough to push two Cerwin Vega XLS-215's to there limit or close by itself without an amplifier?

Asked by: Johnson1092
This should have no problem powering those speakers by itself.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-03-11

Is it enough power to pus a 800watt 15 subwoofer

Asked by: aceer
This requires a bit more information in order to proceed. Please contact our tech support for more help with this question, or 800-338-0531 x1.
Answered by: MattP
Date published: 2015-01-19
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