MCM Electronics

75W X 2Ch Max Output Compact Stereo Amplifier By Pyle (PCA3) MCM Part #555-9980

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$66.99 
MSRP: $148.99
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Compact Stereo Amplifier

Small amplifier is perfect when a line level source, such as a CD or DVD player, or portable MP3 player needs to be connected directly to a pair of speakers. It also ideal when an extra set of in-wall, in-ceiling or outdoor speakers, need to be connected to an existing sound system.

Specifications Top

    Features
  • Very compact size with relatively high output power
  • Five LED bargraph output indicator for each channel
  • Independent bass and treble controls
  • L/R RCA female input connections
  • Push terminal speaker connections
  • 110/220VAC selectable
    Specifications
  • Power output: 15W RMS x 2 channels, 75W x 2 Channels max (4ohm)
  • THD: 1%
  • Frequency response: 20Hz ~ 40KHz
  • Dimensions: 2.5" (H) x 7.5" (W) x 5.5" (D)
  • Mfr. #PCA3

    Compact Pyle Pro Amplifiers
    This unit is part of a series of compact, low cost Pyle stereo amplifiers, designed to suit a variety of applications. Six models are available, offering a range of power ratings and input connections. Click Here to see a complete listing.
    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:555-9980
    Pyle Part #:PCA3
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:5.02 lbs.
    Hazardous:No
    Warranty:365 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:9 in.
    Width:7 in.
    Height:4 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No
    Catalog Pages
    Catalog/Page:
    MCM Cat 57, Page 299
    MCM Cat 56, Page 021
    View in Catalog

Product Reviews Top

  • by jdwhite

    on 10/4/2012

    Distorts Badly

    Overall: 1 out of 5
    Value:
    Quality:

    This is the 2nd Pyle Pro amp I've tried and the results are the same. They distort badly at any significant volume. I am returning one to determine if this is just junk or both are defective. Will let you know. My guess is that both were defective and the claim that Pyle tests each unit before it leaves is hard to believe.