Fenton AV550BT 5.1 Home Cinema Amplifier

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Fenton AV550BT 5.1 Home Cinema Amplifier
( DDA1623 )

( DDA1623 )

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Regular Price £120.00 Special test Price £109.00
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Key Features

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  • 5.1 amplifier for home cinemas
  • Separate volume controls for the center and surround channels
  • Dedicated subwoofer line output and RCA line inputs
  • Bluetooth technology and a USB/SD MP3 player
  • Two mic inputs with adjustable EQ and echo controls
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Product Description

The Fenton AV550BT is a 5.1 home cinema amplifier that is perfect for use with passive surround speakers to create an immersive listening experience in your home. It is ideal for viewing TV and movies, listening to music, and hosting karaoke parties, making it an extremely effective and versatile addition to your home audio system.

This home amplifier provides five powered stereo outputs that you can use with suitable passive speakers to create a surround system in your living room, study or bedroom. There are separate volume controls for the left and right surround channels and the central channel, making it extremely easy to alter the sound to achieve the best results.

There is a dedicated subwoofer line output on the back of this home theatre amplifier, which has a stereo RCA connection in order to connect an active HiFi subwoofer to the system. There are also two stereo RCA line inputs on the rear of this home cinema amplifier, which you can use to connect devices such as DVD players and TVs.

Bluetooth connectivity is an option provided by this home amplifier, giving you the ability to pair your smartphone or tablet and stream audio wirelessly. Once your smart device is paired, you can use any app or website of your choice to listen to music, audiobooks or podcasts, making the amplifier ideal for many purposes at home.

In addition to the line inputs and Bluetooth technology, there are two microphone inputs available on this home amplifier. These give you the ability to connect two mics at a time for karaoke purposes, with adjustable bass and treble controls, as well as an adjustable echo effect available for both microphone channels.

Key Details

  • 5.1 amplifier for home cinemas, perfect for music, movies, gaming and karaoke purposes at home
  • Separate volume controls for the center and surround channels to achieve a perfect mix of sound
  • Dedicated subwoofer line output and RCA line inputs to connect devices like DVD players and televisions
  • Bluetooth technology and a USB/SD MP3 player to play audio from smart devices, USB sticks and SD cards
  • Two mic inputs with adjustable EQ and echo controls – perfect for professional karaoke parties
  • 2-Year extended warranty

FEATURES
Features
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  • 5.1-channel receiver system
  • Power output: Front 2x 100W, center 60W and rear or surround 2x 30W
  • MP3 player with USB port/SD card reader
  • Digital LED display
  • BT 5.0 receiver for wireless audio streaming
  • Center and surround volume control
  • Illuminated volume knob
  • Aluminium front control panel
  • Dual mic input with volume, tone and echo control
  • Stereo line inputs (RCA)
  • Subwoofer output (RCA)
  • Including remote control
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • Playback options: BT streaming, FM radio, SD, USB
  • Input connections: 6.3mm Jack, RCA, SD, USB
  • Output connections: RCA
  • Speaker connections: Clip terminal, Speaker screw terminal
  • Output power: 320W
  • Impedance: 16 Ohm, 4 Ohm, 8 Ohm
  • Power supply: 220-240VAC 50Hz
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 275 x 430 x 80mm
  • Weight: 4.0500
  • MPN: 103.230
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Customer Reviews
Product Questions
For this amplifier it states that the subwoofer line output connects a active subwoofer. However my question is if it can connect a passive subwoofer
Question by: Ashton on 22 May 2023, 21:59
No it cant run a passive sub. The sub out connection is a bass filtered line signal, designed to go into an amplifier.
Answer by: Glenn Newton on 23 May 2023, 10:45