Bluetooth Stereo Amplifier Receiver
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BT is connected, but the music is not playing?
Try to check the volume control on the remote while having the master volume up
My PDA65BU did not come with an FM antenna. How do I order one and what kind of connection is required?
What type of connection is there to the FM Antenna?
I bought the PDA65BU amplifier with 4 speakers. I'm wanting to connect all four speakers. Is there a way to do that? I see the quick connect on the back of two of them but no way to connect 4 together that I see.
If the speakers you are using are 8 Ohms rated, you can parallel 2 speakers together and connect them on one side and parallel the other set to the other channel.
Can a Sony tv be used with model PDA65BU?
If you can find an audio output RCA connector. it will work
Is a phono amp required to connect a turntable to the “Aux” input? The Pyleusa site lists everything but “Phono” or “Turntable”.
The turntable will need to use a PHONO Pre amp in order to connect with the PDA65BU
So, If I have 4 8 Ohm speakers, I assume hooking all 4 up to this unit would break something? Do you make a unit that can accommodate 4 8 Ohm speakers? Thanks, Thomas
The unit can handle 4 to 16 ohms speaker. so if the speaker measures 8 ohms to make it come as 4 ohms you will need to connect 2 speakers in parallel to get it.
Where do the 2nd set of speakers connect to? Also, is this an FM Stereo Tuner? I can't tell from the front controls how you would select that option. Finally, is the Bluetooth version really 2.0? Can this be updated? What is the signal range?
On the speaker binding post you can connect 2 speakers on each side using an 8-ohm speaker so to get a 4 ohm on both channels. You can connect them in parallel.
Bluetooth Version: 2.1 and yes there is an FM tuner - Use the mode button on the front to switch to radio. Use the arrow buttons to advance to the next station.
(1) whats the difference between the PDA65BU, PDA4BU, PDA5BU, PDA6BU, PDA6BU.5, PDA8BU??? All of them have recently appeared for sale on Amazon and/or Ebay. (2) Is the PT260A your cheapest compact FM stereo receiver?
All these PDA65BU, PDA4BU, PDA5BU, PDA6BU, PDA6BU.5, PDA8BU have a slight difference from each other by design but feature-wise is almost the same except for PDA8BU which has a wireless mic.
PT260A is totally different from all of the others.
The FM play button auto-mapping for radio stations stores way more stations than I want, is there a way to manually program the FM memory channels?
Once you press the next and previous button, it will scan all the available radio stations within your area. There is no manual programming options of channels for the unit.
Does it have a code where I can input on a Universal remote?
It will not work on any universal remotes.