12-Channel Wireless Bluetooth Power Amplifier – 6000W Rack Mount Multi Zone Sound Mixer Audio Home Stereo Receiver Box System w/

(10 customer reviews)

$270.60

Brand Pyle
Connectivity Technology RCA, Bluetooth, Auxiliary, USB
Compatible Devices Tablet
Audio Encoding Stereo
Surround Sound Channel Configuration 12 Channel
Color Black
Item Weight 7.26 Kilograms
Number of Channels 12
Output Wattage 6000 Watts
Control Method Voice

  • 6000 WATT POWER: The 12 Channel Pyle Bluetooth Stereo Amplifier Receiver is perfect for your PA / home theater acoustic sound system. Gives you 6000W power which can be used for multi speakers w/ 4-8 ohm impedance, enjoy high quality amplified audio
  • BLUETOOTH-COMPATIBLE: The mini professional integrated indoor house stereo receiver is equipped w/ Bluetooth wireless music streaming. Works w/ today’s latest devices including smart phones, iPad, iPhone, computer w/ hassle-free receiver pairing
  • 9 INPUTS: The portable multi-zone audio digital amp box supports various external sources – 3 pairs RCA audio input for tuner, CD player or tape deck w/ RCA output, 2 1/4″ microphone IN, AUX 3.5mm, USB, SD card slot. Features selectable audio input
  • VOICE PRIORITY BUTTON: The home amplifier with bluetooth sound mixer device features MIC talk-over function where the background music is minimized by pushing the button when the signal is inputted to MIC1. Used in paging, voiceover, announcements
  • EQ CONTROLS: The professional compact rack mount home theater system receiver features digital LCD screen and front panel control center w/ rotary knob controls – MIC, AUX, priority, input level controls, independent channel volume control center
SKU: B07RVCZ7TB

Description

Pyle Model : PT12050CH

Pro Audio Multi-Channel Mixer Amplifier

12-Ch. Pro Audio Bluetooth Amplifier – Stage & Studio Sound Mixer Receiver System with Microphone Talk-Over, MP3/USB/SD/AUX, Rack Mount (6000 Watt)

Features:

  • High-Powered Audio Amplifier
  • Multi-Zone Audio Source Mixing Receiver
  • Home Theater Pro Audio Sound Control
  • Lab Tested Stage & Studio Performance
  • Built-in Bluetooth for Wireless Audio Streaming Ability
  • Microphone Talk-Over / Voice Priority Function
  • Digital LCD Display Screen
  • Front Panel Button & Rotary Control Center
  • Audio Input Mode Selectable (BT/USB/SD/AUX)
  • Independent Channel & Microphone Audio Configuration
  • Connect & Stream Audio from External Devices
  • MP3 Digital Audio File Support
  • USB Flash & SD Memory Card Readers
  • USB Port Doubles as Device Charge Port
  • Aux (3.5mm) Audio Jack
  • (3) 1/4” Microphone Jacks (2 Rear, 1 Front)
  • RCA (L/R) Audio Input / Output Jacks
  • Speaker Binding Post Output Connectors
  • Power ON/OFF Switch
  • LED Audio Signal Indicator Lights
  • Universal Rack Mount Compatible
  • Built-in Safety, Overload and Short Circuit Protection
  • Used for Stage, Studio, Home, Office & Business Audio Applications


What’s in the Box:

  • Amplifier Mixer System
  • Bluetooth Antenna
  • Detachable Rack Mount Brackets
  • Power Cable


Bluetooth Connectivity:

  • Built-in Bluetooth for Wireless Music Streaming
  • Works with All of Today’s Latest Devices
  • Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops, Computers, etc.
  • Bluetooth Version: 2.1
  • Bluetooth Network Name: ‘BT-AUDIO’
  • Bluetooth Network Password: ‘0000’ (4 Zeroes)
  • Wireless Range: Up to 30’+ ft.


Technical Specs:

  • Amplifier Type: 12-Channel
  • Power Output: 6000 Watt MAX
  • MAX Power: 12-CH x 500 Watt @ 4 Ohm
  • RMS Power: 12-CH x 250 Watt @ 8 Ohm
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: >81dB
  • T.H.D.: <0.1%
  • Digital File-Type Compatibility: MP3, WMA, WAV, FLAC
  • Maximum USB/SD Flash Support: 64GB
  • Battery Operated Remote, Requires (1) x ‘CR-2032’, Included
  • Power Cable Length: 4.9 ft.
  • USB Power: 5V/1A
  • Power Supply: 115/230V, Switchable
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 18.89’’ x 11.22’’ x 3.93’’ – inches


The Pyle Pro Audio Multi-Channel Mixer Amplifier – 12-Ch. Pro Audio Bluetooth Amplifier – Stage & Studio Sound Mixer Receiver System with Microphone Talk-Over, MP3/USB/SD/AUX, Rack Mount (6000 Watt) – High-Powered Audio Amplifier – Multi-Zone Audio Source Mixing Receiver – Home Theater Pro Audio Sound Control – Lab Tested Stage & Studio Performance – Built-in Bluetooth for Wireless Audio Streaming Ability – Microphone Talk-Over / Voice Priority Function – Digital LCD Display Screen – Front Panel Button & Rotary Control Center – Audio Input Mode Selectable (BT/USB/SD/AUX) – Independent Channel & Microphone Audio Configuration – Connect & Stream Audio from External Devices – MP3 Digital Audio File Support – USB Flash & SD Memory Card Readers – USB Port Doubles as Device Charge Port – Aux (3.5mm) Audio Jack – (3) 1/4” Microphone Jacks (2 Rear, 1 Front) – RCA (L/R) Audio Input / Output Jacks – Speaker Binding Post Output Connectors – Power ON/OFF Switch – LED Audio Signal Indicator Lights – Universal Rack Mount Compatible – Built-in Safety, Overload and Short Circuit Protection.


From the manufacturer

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

  • Independent Channel & Microphone Audio Configuration
  • Connect & Stream Audio from External Devices
  • MP3 Digital Audio File Support
  • USB Flash & SD Memory Card Readers
  • USB Port Doubles as Device Charge Port
  • Aux (3.5mm) Audio Jack
  • (3) 1/4” Microphone Jacks (2 Rear, 1 Front)
  • RCA (L/R) Audio Input / Output Jacks

Pro Audio Multi-Channel Mixer Amplifier

12-Ch. Pro Audio Bluetooth Amplifier

The 12 Channel Pyle Bluetooth stereo amplifier Receiver is perfect for your PA/ home theater acoustic sound system. Gives you 6000W Power which can be used for multi speakers W/ 4-8 ohm impedance, enjoy high quality amplified audio.

The home amplifier with Bluetooth sound mixer device features mic talk-over function where the background music is minimized by pushing the button when the signal is inputted to Mic1. Used in paging, voiceover and announcements

  • High-Powered Audio Amplifier
  • Multi-Zone Audio Source Mixing Receiver
  • Home Theater Pro Audio Sound Control
  • Built-in Bluetooth for Wireless Audio Streaming Ability
  • Microphone Talk-Over / Voice Priority Function
  • Digital LCD Display Screen
  • Front Panel Button & Rotary Control Center
  • Audio Input Mode Selectable (BT/USB/SD/AUX)

Features

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

Wireless Music Streaming

The Mini Professional integrated indoor house stereo receiver is equipped w/ Bluetooth wireless music streaming.

Front USB/SD Card Port

Whether you want to listen to your latest MP3 download or soak in the fidelity of audiophile-quality recordings, you have quick access to your favorite songs.

Rotary Knob Control

Four quick select button on the front panel help you store your preferred audio settings for television, Speaker, and more, and allows you to switch between them quickly

More Features

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

rack mount;audeo mixer;mini ipad tablet used;home stereo system digital;mount wireless speakers;

Bluetooth Antena

Works w/ today’s latest devices including smart phones, iPad, iPhone, computer W/ hassle-free receiver pairing

Dimensions

This 12-Channel Wireless Bluetooth Power Amplifier has a 18.9 inches Length, 11.22 inches Width and 3.93 inches Height.

12-Channel

Gives you 6000W Power which can be used for multi speakers W/ 4-8 ohm impedance, enjoy high quality amplified audio

Additional information

Weight 15.97 kg
Item Weight

15.97 pounds

ASIN

B07RVCZ7TB

UNSPSC Code

25174400

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

PT12050CH

Date First Available

May 15 2019

Manufacturer

Sound Around

10 reviews for 12-Channel Wireless Bluetooth Power Amplifier – 6000W Rack Mount Multi Zone Sound Mixer Audio Home Stereo Receiver Box System w/

  1. afchaffee06

    Non-standard size won’t fit in rackI have a love-hate relationship with Pyle, and this product is a good demonstration of that.So many vendors are over-engineering their products and over-investing in features that end users don’t actually want or need -and the price often reflects this. So, for example, TV manufacturers add all these smart features that I usually just bypass because literally the only thing I need it to do is display the input coming from my receiver (I usually mute the TV volume too, so even the speakers are unnecessary) -then they charge way more for these features I don’t even want.With audio receivers, it is the same. The quality products end up with all kinds of features/options I don’t need/want -and the price reflects this.It shouldn’t be rocket science to build a simple stereo amplifier that takes one stereo line input and amplifies it to a pair of speakers with basic EQ settings and volume controls.Initially, I was really excited about the potential of this product. I need a rack-mountable audio amplifier that can power multiple zones of speakers that are each in stereo. I don’t need it to have 85 different kinds of theater-quality 3D sound experiences to emulate concert halls, or for it to connect wirelessly with blue tooth or wifi or anything else. All I need it to do is take one audio input and amplify it to speakers in multiple different zones, and ideally to fit neatly into an equipment rack along with my network gear. Apparently, this is totally unrealistic request.Sometimes Pyle produces really basic, simple things that do exactly what you need them to without paying a bajillion dollars for some over-engineered solution that has all kinds of features you don’t even want. Their speaker wire is great. Their in-wall/ceiling speakers are great also. Not the kind of stuff you’d get if you’re an audio snob and are going to sit in your listening room comparing it to a Steinway theater system, but good enough that most normal people are going to greatly enjoy listening to it without any real complaints. The cost delta of going from an in-wall system with pyle speakers and wires to something like a Steinway system is extreme, and the difference in sound quality, while noticeable, probably isn’t sufficient to justify that expense for most normal people.For audio inside my house, I tend to go with theater receivers from Yamaha. But I have outdoor speakers on my porches, and a Yamaha receiver isn’t the right approach for them. In the past, I’ve used small, individual Pyle amplifiers to power each pair of speakers. They work ok, and the sound quality is good enough, but I’ve got multiple zones and therefore have a stack of these odd-shaped/sized amps. Set up like that, they look sloppy/cheap/amateur.I was excited for this solution, because it would allow me to neatly fit that capability inside an equipment rack where all my network gear is located.While I’ve often been content with Pyle solutions, I’m disappointed with this one. After waiting about 2 months for it to arrive, I immediately discovered that I was sent a product that previously was returned by another customer. It was missing the top half of the foam packing that hold it in place in the box. If there were supposed to be any screws or rack mount brackets included, those also were missing. The return slip from the prior customer was still in there. The amp itself probably came inside plastic originally, to keep the foam from sticking to it. When I got it there were little pieces of foam stuck all over it, in between all the knobs/mounting posts/etc -not a great start.After spending some time carefully cleaning it off, I slid it into my equipment rack to discover that it is a non-standard size. Not only do the holes not line up with those on my rack, they are too small to allow mounting screws to go through them. The amp is also a non-standard height. It looks to be about 2 and 1/3U, which is also not ideal. If they’d intended for it to occupy 3U and leave 1/3U of space above/below (to allow cooling, for example), it would have been great for them to state this in the product description anywhere.The product description gives all kinds of crazy specs/details, some of them totally unbelievable. For example, 6,000 watts of power means you’re going to draw 60 amps. For this to be a 60 amp unit, you’d need a 60 amp plug. Laundry dryers usually have a special 30 amp plug, and electric vehicles can be 48 amps. So, the false claim of 6,000 watts is quite ridiculous -but probably most people who bought this product understand that and don’t really care. I don’t want 6,000 watts of power, I’m hooking it up to a dozen 40 watt speakers. 6,000 watts would be totally overkill. I don’t care about bluetooth, or microphone inputs, or whatever other bells and whistles. My requirements are quite simple:(1) Standard rack mount equipment (fail)(2) Stereo input (at least one –> ok)(3) Stereo outputs to 6 zones which each have 2 stereo speakers (ok)(4) Sufficient power to drive a total of about 400 watts of speakers (probably ok)(5) Not over-engineered with all kinds of nonsensical and unnecessary features (meh, kinda failed here)Bonus: Accurate user guide/product information (fail)Sometimes Pyle gets stuff right, but this doesn’t seem like one of those times. It’s whacky whack, like the engineering and marketing teams were high out of their minds on cracky crack. Maybe they designed it ok and the quality control team are a bunch of clowns who failed at their dream of giving PTSD to small children and instead sit around ignoring the deviation of the mounting brackets. Maybe they thought they were mostly just going to sell these to the government (who could possibly be a lower bidder?). It’s better solution than the one-ply paper towels that rip when you try to dry your hands in a public bathroom, but that’s not saying much.Come on guys, you can do better than this.

  2. Robertoe

    Great Bang for Buck. Taking away 1 star for the way inflated RMS rating.Bang for buck? Kind of hard to beat if you are looking for a “sacrificial amp”. I have an outdoor kitchen/pavilion, it stays dry, but heavy humidity days wreaks havoc on non-protected electronic gear. I did not want to spend $1K+ on a “sacrificial” amp to power 8 outdoor speakers. I am concerned about the “life span” of the product. I hooked up 8 (4 open channels) speakers with an 8 ohm load. At 8 ohms I would expect the amp to remain cool. At 50% volume, the unit was getting pretty warm in less than an hour. I plan to break out my Oscope and meter, but I am estimating this unit has a max output of 60 watts (RMS / unclipped signal)) per channel at 8 ohm (NOT even CLOSE to 250 watts RMS they are claiming). I am sure the output will be higher at 4 ohm, but then wondering how much hotter the unit will get? Overall at the price point and just looking for decent SQ, I am impressed by the unit. If it lasts at least 1 – 2 years, I will be more than pleased FOR THE MONEY. Overall I feel I received a good bang for buck. NOTE: After using this a few times some usage “issues” to contend with. 1. When you turn the unit off it loses your selected input source. I contacted support there is no way to change the default input source at power on. Not sure why the engineers decided to use the USB input as the default input source? 2. When you turn the unit off, the volume defaults to low power settings. These minor oversights create a headache when the wife calls you asking you how to get the stereo going in the outdoor kitchen. I hooked up an android tablet and was hoping I could simply power, have spotify/pandora on the tablet and be done with startup. NOPE!

  3. Loud lyle

    Great for multiple speaker zones . Not great BluetoothIt sounds ok for the price point. I wanted volume control over 4 different sets of outdoor speakers and it works extremely well for that. The biggest problem is the Bluetooth reception. About 10 feet max. I bought an antenna extension and it was no better. Bought a small external Bluetooth receiver and plugged it into one of the inputs and that corrected my problem.

  4. gadgets-today

    Decent Unit, could use more commercial features and instructionsI like that for a simple home system the hookups to the banana plugs went well and that it’s easy enough to hook up speaker wires to reflect sketch location by room. 400 ft2 is filled pretty comfortably (11 oclock set) by 5 speaker house monitor set rated at about 100 w/ ch each. The TV sound out is nice on Aux1 but doesn’t promote stereo L/R unless also use Aux 2 or the mysterious RCA Inputs (diagr #18) – as nothing on front label RCA or #18 outputIF the unit were to run 6000 watts then 50 amp circuit would need to be in place … hmmm ?It would have been nice to have (NTH) an RMS power rating per channnel/4 ohms or 8 ohms.IF there were only 2 or 4 main sets of speakers NTH feature Bridgeable channels with included bridging hook(s).A MAIN volume dial would be pretty useful..for once you have set max levels of the speakers , inputs etc. some random person can operate the MAIN Volume and not likely mess up any of the more than 16 outputs and 6 input controls on frontAlso NTH front 1/4″ inputs. Currently OK as can convert rear RCA input to accomodate 1/4″ instrument jackPossibly easier to use an instrument preamp combo to go to some of the RCA or Aux inputs so not so many wires to mess with. (e..g. guitar, bass, synth, analog instrument mic) and that is pretapped into RCA audio input (#18 diagram) (, supposedly controlled at front by something not identified as RCA audio input.Possibly the instrument box would go into mic 1 or mic 2 TRS input on back… I guess I’ll have to experiment.Some typical Input setup diagram would be nice to have (NTH) for TV, CD, tape, USB, mic1, 2, kareoke, electrical instruments, DVD, 1/8″ headphone (3.5mm) inputs, 3.5mm output But for the price point this Unit is great.

  5. mblack3

    A+This is exactly what I needed to solve our sound system woes in our church. A+

  6. rshung

    No frills Bluetooth amplifier — exactly what you really needIf you wired your house with speakers, you’ve probably been driving them through a home theatre amplifier. One with a super complicated interface, dials for FM, AM, CD, DVD, AUX, phono, and tape, and a separate Bluetooth receiver connected through an RCA cable. That home theatre amplifier can only drive 6 speakers + sub — maybe. And figuring out the right setting takes half an hour — especially when your nieces and nephews come over and play with the dials.Get rid of that setup, which is a royal pain, and use this instead. Each speaker plugs into the rear through banana plugs. You connect your sub through RCA. You pair your smartphone via Bluetooth. Done. Voila. Entire house is connected. And when folks come over and you need quiet in specific rooms, you can turn individual speakers off. Brilliant.Mine didn’t come with a manual, and it came with one of the rack mounts damaged. The amplifier is so simple, though, that you don’t need a manual. And the rack mounts are unnecessary, so I removed them anyway.

  7. Matt Kastner

    Unreliable quality, but terrible warranty serviceThis review is less about the product (since it has been broken since I first turned it on) and more about Pyle’s terrible customer service. So if you want to know more about the people who make this product, read on.I bought this receiver in November 2020 for a rehab I was doing. Due to construction, I never unboxed it until March 2021. I was expired to try it out but had a rude awaking when I hit the power button. The red light came on for a split second and then turned off. I figured the circuit on the electric panel was tripped for some reason but no matter where I plugged it in, the unit would not power on. Although I could not have overloaded it, I wondered if it was a faulty fuse tube within the unit so I bought a replacement for that. It had no effect. Something was wrong and I had a lemon.It was too late to return the unit to Amazon so I reached out to Pyle for the warranty work. They required me to not only pay for shipping to them but also to put down my credit card for the possibility of “paying for parts” but only if deemed that it was something their warranty did not cover. I was annoyed and frustrated that they seem to not care that their product never actually worked and we making me pay upfront but I wanted it fixed and it was cheaper than a new one. I mailed it in in late May. They said it would be a 4-6 week turnaround.I heard nothing but saw in late June that they charged my card for $20. They gave no explanation for this charge (still haven’t) but I figured that must mean the receiver was coming back soon. I was wrong. It is now September 28, 2021, almost exactly 4 months since I sent the receiver in and I still dont have it back. Support has been cold to outright rude when I have reached out and when reaching out today I got the news that “it’s still in the warehouse.” So we are at about 17 weeks now, with the original max of 6 weeks. The unit never worked at all, I paid for shipping to them, and they charged my card $20 without notice (which they said they would give me).That’s some quality product there and even better customer service.

  8. GB

    Good product for my application.Used this for whole house audio. Connected to Sonos Port. Sounds good. Easy to set up. Set the volume controls pretty high and just use the Sonos app to control the volume. I also have volume control switches on my walls. The dog ear holes did not line up to the holes in my rack so we had to modify this. The only real drawback (reason for 4 stars) is that there is no remote and no trigger. It is a manual power button only. This amp does get hot, and the fans run. So you don’t want to leave it on 24/7. So I manually turn on the amp when we want music, and manually turn it off when we are done.Overall a very good product for the money, for my specific application.

  9. CB

    Exactly what I hoped for!Exactly what I was looking for in terms of price and functionality. Not ready for tbe significant investment that comes with Sonos and Control4 but moved into a house that had wall and ceiling speakers installed and a 6 channel amplifier that were over 15 years old.Connected 8 in-wall/ceiling speakers to this along with a subwoofer and it works perfectly. This enables you to control the volume for each individual channel/speaker manually via the knobs. Sound is great.Ultimately I connected a receiver to it so that I was able to leverage multiple sources to play through the speakers.Now that Apple TV has airplay functionality, I’m able to control what gets played in multiple zones. Upstairs I have the 8 speakers plus a sub and downstairs another 6 speakers connected to a different Apple TV and amp. Now I can play content from my phone to both Apple TVs simultaneously which enables me to play the same content to 15 speakers with NO delay.At this price point, this unit is perfect! No remote which means you have to manually do everything. For example, if I want to just have content playing on the 3 speakers in my bedroom and not the other 5, I have to turn down the volume on them. Good tradeoff for the price!

  10. David

    Hardest thing was sorting through the wires coming out of the wall.Rental house with built in speakers and a mass of unlabeled wires. Took a chance, and bought this one. Took a while to sort through as there are extra lines which go goodness knows where. Everything well labeled and easy to control. For playing music on house speakers, this is background music, not home theater, so the sound is fine. Others with this many outputs were multiples of the price. Been running for a month or so without issue. Bluetooth works fine. Has more standard inputs as well, just got rid of the old CD changer I used to have so maybe if I find something cheap I’ll add it. Bluetooth range is OK. Maybe 30 or so feet, although we have a pretty open floor plan so that helps.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.