Is there a threaded mounting bracket receptacle on the back of the satellite speakers? Id like to use my existing mounting brackets.
Pyle 5.1 Home Theater System With Active Subwoofer & 5 Satellite Speakers
The PHSA5 is a 5.1 home theater speaker kit from Pyle. Get true, enveloping surround sound in your home. Includes an Active subwoofer and five non-powered speakers (separate receiver/amplifier required to power the five speakers).
ITEM#: 14083294The PHSA5 is a 5.1 home theater speaker kit from Pyle. Get true, enveloping surround sound in your home. Includes an Active subwoofer and five non-powered speakers (separate receiver/amplifier required to power the five speakers).
- 100W Active Subwoofer with Built-In Auto-Gain Control
- Stereo RCA Line-In Input
- Magnetically Shielded Center Speaker
- Stereo RCA Line-Out
- 10-inch Long Throw Driver
- Crossover Slope Adjusted to 80Hz
- THD: 0.1
- Output power: Subwoofer 100W
- Impedance: 4-8 Ohms
- S/N Ratio: 85dB
- Color: Piano Black Lacquer Finish
- Weight: 35.3 pounds
- Model: PHSA5
- Satellites - 150Hz-20kHz
- Subwoofer - 50Hz-330Hz
- Satellites: 3-inch
- Subwoofer: 10-inch
- Satellites: Plastic
- Subwoofer: Wood
- Center Channel: 9.3 inches long x 4.7 inches high x 3.1 inches deep
- Subwoofer: 7.9 inches deep x 20.7 inches wide x 14.4 inches high
- L,R Channel: 3.1 inches wide x 4.7 inches deep x 6.3 inches high
- Surround Channel: 3.1 inches wide x 4.7 inches deep x 6.3 inches high
Receiver not included
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Manufacturer|
|Speaker Type||Speaker System|
|Number Of Speaker||5 + Subwoofer|
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I bought the speakers because my television had a very annoying and loud buzz through the speakers. But, after hooking up the new ones, I still heard the buzz coming out of them. I don't know if it's the fault of my television or the new speakers or perhaps not hooking them up right but for the life of me I can't figure it out. So, when I say the quality and value of the product is average and I wouldn't recommend to a friend, I'm basing it on me maybe not having installed them correctly.Read More
It took a little playing with different settings to get it to work with the stereo and with the television, but once we figured out the settings, it worked wonderfully! Now here is hoping my husband doesn't blow the windows out of the house!!Read More
This system is similar to a Bose system, the construstion was not bad. In this comparison sound was more open, at higher levels clean. I do not normally listen to any materials at loud levels, at times movies for fun. This system so far is not bad not bad at all, and the price well money well spent. The balance in over all sound was good, of course it is not a large system so it has it's limits, the bass unit could be better but again for the cost not bad at all, in a nut shell pleasantly surprised. I have been into audio for allot of years and it can get crazy, most times the simple neutral sounding speakers are the best. Liked the system well enough that I ordered a larger center channel same brand Pyle and so far like it!!Read More
the little speakers were goood sub makes a humming noiseRead More
this is a ok start to home theater systems I had to sell my system in the past but am starting to rebuild so found this to be a good system for the starts of my rebuild. the sub has to be lowered or you get a flat thump but the rest of the speakers are okRead More
Everything about the product felt sub-par. The speakers have small scuff marks on them. While it came with brackets for the four speakers (but no way to mount the front speaker if you desired), it didn't come with screws?! Came with a very small amount of wiring and the single page of instructions was torn and in poor shape. None of this taken alone is a huge deal, just feels shabby and means a trip to home depot and best buy is in order before you can do anything with these Also, as was eluded to by someone else, the bass sounds muflled not crisp.Read More
This is an inexpensive way to add home theater speakers to your house, but the subwoofer is sub-par. It does not have the same single subwoofer cable hookups as with other subwoofers (ie requires a splitter) and is hardly audible once it is hooked up. The surround speakers are ok, just a bit tinny.... but I guess that you get what you pay for. Long term I will replace the subwoofer with a better one, but for now these will do.Read More
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Hello fifteenzip, no there is not. Thank you for shopping with us!
Are these speaker two cubes in one(one in top of the other) or they are individual (1 cube ea)
Hello 1erboricua, these are one on top of the other. If you have any additional questions please feel free to let us know. Thank you for shopping with us!
do you need a receiver?
Yes, a separate receiver would be needed such as the Pyle PT530A.
you need a 5.1 amplified receiver to run the 4 satellite speakers and the center channel Speaker, the only thing that is amplified is the 100 watt active subwoofer
You should get the Pyle-Home PT590AU 5.1 instead of the Pyle PT530A because the PT590AU has the right amount of speaker output channels. The PT530A only has two.
Does this system need a separate amplifier or is the subwoofer also the amplifier?
This will need the amplifier.
wireless satellite speakers?
No, they are not. However, these are satellite speakers.
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