3000 Watts Hybrid Power Pre Amplifier AM / FM Receiver USB Slot MP3 / iPod Input Preamp

3000 Watts Hybrid Power Pre Amplifier AM / FM Receiver USB Slot MP3 / iPod Input Preamp

3000 Watts Hybrid Power Pre Amplifier AM / FM Receiver USB Slot MP3 / iPod Input Preamp

  • 2U Professional Hybrid Pre Amplifier with AM/FM Tuner, USB & Bluetooth Function
  • • Momentary Peak Output 3000 Watts • 800 Watts @ 2 ohms • 550 Watts @ 4 Ohms • 300 watts @ 8 ohms
  • Separate Gain control for preamp and subwoofer / AM/FM Quartz Synthesized Tun
  • iPod / MP3 Input with cable (3.5mm to 3.5mm cable, white) / USB reader function
  • Removable rack-mount brackets / Inputs: RCA (2 audio sources) / Outputs: Banana Binding Post / 1 RCA dedicated for preamp output

The MUSYSIC® MU-H3000BT is a combined Amplifier / Pre-amplifier / Tuner built with the same quality design you would expect from MUSYSIC’s superior technology. For its price range, it’s rare to find a Hybrid Preamp that compares with the MU-H3000BT’s awesome performance, flexibility and crystal clear sound quality. 

List Price: $ 149.99

Price: $ 149.99

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  • August 12, 2017 at 5:39 am
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    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Receiver ideal for outdoors, not indoors. Loud whining, volume adjusts in large increments only., November 17, 2014
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    This receiver has that loud buzzing/whining interference sound that seems present in amplifiers that claim a high peak wattage rating. The whining comes and goes randomly, and seems to consistently be present immediately after turning it on, so I leave the unit on always and just turn the volume to 0 to shut it off since it doesn’t automatically mute when there’s no sound playing, which I’ll venture to guess is probably due to the interference from the AM/FM radio.

    There is also (quiet) interference from the AM/FM radio present in the other source modes.

    The volume steps in large increments of 02 DB at a time. I live in an apartment and run this typically on 04-06 DB and it scales up to 62 DB. I suppose this unit is intended for loud, outdoor/stadium/club environments, as that may drown out the whining and be suitable for the large volume increments.

    It looks like they use a “cookie cutter” circuit design, as I see “bluetooth” as an option on the LCD display, which would had been a nice source mode to have.

    I’ve not done any bench/stress test to rate how this performs under load to verify the wattage ratings “3000 Watts • 800 Watts @ 2 ohms • 550 Watts @ 4 Ohms • 300 watts @ 8 ohms”

    I gotten this to replace my Aiwa receiver from 1996 which I guess has a bad startup capacitor that makes it take about a week or so of being unplugged to get into standby. Other than that, the Aiwa receiver is superior to this one: Its built-in equaliser sounds much better–especially the low frequencies– no whining/interference, auto-silence when no sound is playing. I would have bought the better rated Musysic (“2000” watt) or another well-rated receiver instead if I was to do the purchase over. This one was a “blind” buy, as I couldn’t find any reviews on it at the time.

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