Technical Pro Professional 4000w Receiver/Amplifier/DVD Player Bluetooth/USB/FM
Technical Pro Professional 4000w Receiver/Amplifier/DVD Player Bluetooth/USB/FM. Auto region playback (region free) and PAL/NTSC switchable. Display that shows key information about playback. Repeat and shuffle playback on USB/SD card inputs. Bluetooth compatibility allows for wireless connection to any A2DP device. FM tuner with auto scan. Bass and treble controls
Cooling fan. Voltage: 110/220v. Peak Power: 4000 Watts. Inputs: RCA, USB, SD Card, Bluetooth (32 GB Max). Audio Outputs: RCA (2CH). Video Outputs: RCA, YUV, RGB. LED Effects Outputs: 2. Speaker Outputs: Bare speaker wire (2 main speakers, 3 surround speakers). Playback: DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, MP2, MPEG4, DIVX, CD-G. Bluetooth: v3.0 with EDR
The unit has two channels of output and puts out 380 Watts of continuous average power over both channels and it gives a total of 4,000 Watts of peak power over and 8 ohm circuit. The audio outputs are in the form of two sets of RCA sockets in addition to two bare wire speaker terminals for the main speaker and three bare wire speaker terminals for the surround speakers. As this is a DVD player, it also has video output and that leads out via RCA, YUV, or RGB sockets.
The FM tuner has an autoscan feature, to skip through the white noise and get to broadcasting channels quickly. The integrated DVD player can process sound CDs as well. There is a USB port and an SD card slot on the front of the receiver to take storage media with a capacity of up to 32 GB. So the unit can handle a wide range of storage formats, including DVD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, MP3, MPEG4, DIVX, and CD-G.
The unit's display panels include standard playback information, including track progression, and a graphic equalizer power output display. The receiver/DVD player also has a remote control unit, so you can manage your music and video output while you stand away from the player. This is a great feature for those who use the unit for product presentations and need to stand back a view the screen to narrate a sales pitch.