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Pyle PTA2 Mini 2x40W Stereo Mixer/Power Amplifier
can two passive piezo pickups be played thru this amp in stereo?
Hi, does this amp work well with the RS150-4 woofer and the Tymphany BC25SC06-04 tweeter?
Yes this amp will work fine with that combination.
Date published: 2015-09-18
Can the REC output be used to send a signal to a powered sub?
Yes, you can obtain a signal from record out but remember this outputs level is not changed with volume. You will requiem usij the subs amp volume for this.
Date published: 2013-09-17
Could this be connected to a computer as a source to drive some two way speakers
i like having the flexibility of bass and treble such as Part Number=310-300
Yes it could be used with an external computer/mp3 player. You just need to purchase a cable like #240-135 "3.5mm Stereo Male to 2 RCA Male Cable". Plug the 3.5mm end into the headphone/line out of your computer and the RCA connectors into the color coded white and red on the back of the powered mixer. You could use any of the of inputs such as CD aux 1 or aux 2. Use the corresponding selector on the front to select the proper input.However, you did mention you were going to use two way speakers so be sure that these speakers have internal cross overs because this powered mixer only has one set of speaker outputs.
Date published: 2012-02-05
can i use another mixer with this amp
Yes you sure could. Just run your RCA stereo output from your main mixer into one of the three inputs on the back of the Pyle Pro powered mixer. Select that input on the front then set the volume as desired.However, if you aren't going to use part of the amp that your paying for you would be better off buying a dedicated power amp without a mixer. Also, 40 watts isn't much. The Pyle Pro PTA1000 1000W Power Amplifier might be a wise choice as a step up. Too much power can't hurt a speaker, too little can. (technically speaking it creates square waves)
Date published: 2011-10-25
If you plug in headphones does it mute the output to external speakers?
Date published: 2011-12-01