PYLE PT260. A 200-Watt Digital AM/FM Stereo Receiver This 200-watt amp brings music to the living room with crystal clear clarity. With plenty of inputs, you wont find this amplifier lacking. It plays AM/FM thanks to the built in tuner - store up to 50 presets! Its equipped with three RCA inputs on the back and two .25 mic jacks on the front, so you can turn this amp into a karaoke machine - even add an echo effect. Easily adjust the volume, balance, treble, bass on the master output for total control of your sound. AM/FM antenna included. Runs on 110 and 220 V AC.
The full manufacturer's warranty from Denon is only valid when the Denon DRA-397 Stereo Receiver is purchased from an Internet Authorized Dealer. We will match any Internet Authorized Dealer's best price on the Denon DRA-397 Stereo Receiver.
Today’s stereo receivers deliver more connectivity options at lower price points than ever before. But choosing the right receiver means navigating specifications and numbers ratings that can be confusing to everyone but hardcore audiophiles. When buying one, there are many things to consider such as sound, available inputs and outputs, power, compatibility, calibration and interface. While one can easily spend over $1,000 on a receiver, there are a host of fabulously affordable options under $300. To help, we've compiled a list of the five best stereo receivers under the $300 price point.
The full manufacturer's warranty from Denon is only valid when the Denon DRA-697CI Stereo Receiver is purchased from an Internet Authorized Dealer. We will match any Internet Authorized Dealer's best price on the Denon DRA-697CI Stereo Receiver.
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