I could be wrong but, I doubt this a 2000 watt amp. 200 watt, perhaps?
2,000 is correct. Here it is on Pyle’s website.
This looks like a pretty significant preamp. Could really blow some eardrums out with this thing, but you’d need the right speakers for it.
The pyle P2001BT is a very dynamic and powerful hybrid preamplifier. I am very satisfied with the bluetooth connectivity features and power ratings for the speaker ports. The sound is good and I have not had any issues with it. The charging ports on my unit work but are not very fast. A lot of reviews complained about the remote not working but mine works fine except for the volume control on the bluetooth mode.
Does anyone know if the maximum watts of 2000 or 200w @ 8ohm are per channel or total? I am wondering if I need to hook my speakers up to both A and B outputs or if I can daisy chain them.
Thanks for the link. I looked at the manual and it states 200 watts @ 8 ohms. It does not say whether that measurement is in total or per channel. It seems high to be per a channel.
That’s all the info we have, unfortunately. Sorry.
Considering that standard US AC receptables cap out at 1875W, this is obviously not real output, it’s probably a brief peak transient, whereas the actual RMS output is more like the 200-850 or whatever is listed there.
If this were RMS we’d be burning down our houses while bursting our eardrums.
Thanks for looking into this. I received my unit yesterday. Too bad I don’t have one of those dyno load testers the cool YouTubers have otherwise I would report the numbers myself.
I submitted a contact request with Pyle to see what they recommend for my wiring question.
Have a wonderful day
I was also skeptical. Specs show 2000-watt MAX output. 600 watts into 2-ohm loads. 200 watts into 8-ohm loads. I believe most home speakers are 8 ohms. LOL @ “Burning down the house”