Bluetooth Stereo Amplifier Receiver PDA4BU
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The blue led on the volume knob went off and all audio output stopped
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The stated output power is 200W, but the specified output MAX is 25W. What is the actual power per channel?
The standard RMS is 50% of the Maximum or Peak power.
Does the internal equalizer in the PDA4BU effect the audio from the RCA output or just the speaker outputs?
The internal EQ should have an effect on both the speaker and the line out
when I select Bluetooth there is a background high pitched noise that is at is there regardless of the volume control setting and is there when paired or not paired. I just recently purchased this PDA6BU on Amazon and need to know if this can be resolved myself or it needs sent for repair repaired.
The high pitch should not be heard at any time nor to any mode settings
Is the FM a stereo FM receiver/player and I'm guessing there are no presets to save the channels you want to hear only?
FM Stereo receiver. No presets
I have a PDA4BU. I will be going from this unit to an equalizer then an amplifier. The PDA4BU has EQ presets that are selectable via the remote. What should the EQ function be set to if I will be using a seperate equalizer and amplifier. The options are nor, pop, roc, jaz, cla, cut. Also some of those are easy to decipher the others not so much. Can you please explain what each one is. Thank you.
If you are going to use an external EQ. Bypass EQ from the PDA4BU
How do I access fm radio?
On the front panel simply go to the far right side and locate the selector switch and set it to MP3/BT then go to the Mode button and select FM. From there you can press the Play Pause button to scan all strong stations and then after scanning. You can search the stations using the previous and next buttons.
In follow-up to my issue with microphone inputs, I have used the mic inputs on the PDA6BU, and experienced no issues. It had other issues, and I returned it to get the PDA4BU. The 1st PDA4BU was the one I inquired about, but I returned it since I initially asked this question. The replacement PDA4BU mic input now hisses - high end noise. I am using a musical instrument,not a mic. Again, the PDA6BU had no issues.Any ideas now for that hiss on the mic input?
Please check instrument level and the tone levels as this can cause hiss on the signal
I just installed my PDA4BU, and I cannot make the microphone input work, with or without the talkover button pressed. I have also tried every alternative on the mode button, and every position of the input selector. Can you help me with that?
Please check what type of microphone being used if it is dynamic or condenser also if the microphone has a switch. Check the volume level as well.
Can a pyle pda4bu handle a 300rms car subwoofer
The PDA4BU is not designed for subwoofer
How do I hook this up to my tv? I have used a soundbar in the past, but am switching to speakers and receiver for use in my travel trailer.
The PDA4BU only has an RCA input terminal. You can check your TV if you have an AV out or AUDIO out using RCA jacks.
Note: If your TV uses an OPTICAL DIGITAL Audio out. You will need to have a Digital to analog converter to connect to PDA4BU
How to hook up a subwoofer to this unit?
The PDA4BU does not have a Subwoofer output.
I can barely hear from either speakers I use Technics or Bose. Do you have a manual I can download? do you have any suggestions I can try to get sound? Thanks, Gerrry
The wattage capacity of the PDA4BU may not be sufficient for the speakers you are using