Pyle PFA540BT Bluetooth Amplifier Home Theater Receiver

Pyle PFA540BT 5-Channel Powered Amp Design – Lightweight & Compact Size – Hassle-Free Connection with Automatic Pairing Ability – FM Radio with Digital LCD Display – Front Panel Button Control Center – HDMI Output + (2) HDMI Inputs – Aux RCA (L/R) Audio Input Jacks – Spring Loaded Speaker Terminal Connectors – Full Range Stereo Sound Reproduction – RCA Subwoofer Output – Includes Remote

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