Technical Pro RX38UR Professional Receiver with USB & SD Card Inputs

Technical Pro RX38UR Professional Receiver with USB & SD Card Inputs

Technical Pro RX38UR Professional Receiver with USB & SD Card Inputs

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Technical Pro RX38UR Professional Receiver with USB & SD Card Inputs

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Product Highlights

  • Supports 1000W of Peak Power Output
  • Front Panel USB & SD Card Inputs
  • Playback MP3, WAV & WMA Files
  • Record WAV Files to USB or SD Card
  • Dual Front Panel Microphone Inputs
  • Volume, Tone & Echo Mic Input Controls
  • Bass, Treble & Balance Controls
  • Frequency Response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Front Panel Headphone Jack
  • Front Panel Auxiliary MP3 Player Input
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Technical Pro RX38UR overview

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The Technical Pro RX38UR Professional Receiver with USB & SD Card Inputs supports 1000W of peak power output, and it features front panel USB flash drive and SD card inputs for playing back MP3, WAV and WMA files through the receiver. You can record files to a USB flash drive or SD card as well. The receiver also features a digital fluorescent output display meter, rear panel RCA audio inputs, a rear panel audio output and dual microphone inputs with tone, echo and volume controls. You can control bass, treble and balance as well. For connecting speakers, the receiver has dual stereo banana binding posts, dual subwoofer mono outputs and three stereo surround sound push button outputs.

USB Flash Drive & SD Card Inputs
With a USB flash drive and an SD card, you can carry around thousands of MP3 audio files in the palm of your hand. Simply connect the USB flash drive or SD card to the computer and copy the audio files onto the USB flash drive or SD card. Disconnect it from the computer and connect it to the RX38UR and the unit will automatically begin playing the files from the USB flash drive or SD card.
Record to USB or SD Card
You can also record onto the USB flash drive or SD card as well
Front Panel Inputs & Outputs
Front panel auxiliary MP3 player input, SD card input, USB flash drive input, dual microphone inputs and headphone output
Rear Panel Inputs
The RX38UR back panel inputs consist of two stereo RCA inputs for two different audio sources
Rear Panel Outputs
The outputs consist of industry standard banana binding post that can connect two speakers, a push button for surround-sound speakers, and an RCA output for a record line output
Dual Microphone Inputs with Signal Controls
The two microphone inputs have tone, echo and volume controls, which let you adjust the signal to your needs
Bass & Treble Controls
The overall output has separate bass and treble controls, allowing you to tweak your sound and find your sweet spot
Digital Fluorescent Output Display Meter
The receiver features a digital fluorescent output display meter
UPC: 817802010942
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Technical Pro RX38UR Professional Receiver with USB & SD Card Inputs
  • Remote Control
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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    Technical Pro RX38UR specs

    Peak Power 1000 W
    Tuner FM (manual tuner)
    Inputs L/R RCA audio inputs x 2 (rear)
    USB port x 1 (front)
    SD card slot x 1 (front)
    Auxiliary MP3 1/8" (3.5 mm) audio input x 1 (front)
    1/4" (6.35 mm) microphone inputs x 2 (front)
    Outputs L/R RCA audio output x 1 (rear)
    Mono RCA subwoofer output x 2 (rear)
    L/R banana speaker binding posts x 2 (rear)
    L/R push button surround speaker outputs x 3 (rear)
    1/8" (3.5 mm) headphone output x 1 (front)
    Maximum Capacity USB: 32GB
    SD Card: 32GB
    Supported File Formats USB: MP3, WAV, WMA
    SD Card: MP3, WAV, WMA
    Record Format WAV (record WAV files onto USB flash drive or SD card from tuner and RCA inputs)
    Sampling Rate 128 kbps / 32 kHz (for WAV file recordings)
    Output Display Meter Digital fluorescent
    Controls Bass
    Treble
    Balance
    Microphone Input Controls Volume
    Echo
    Tone
    Playback Formats Repeat (USB / SD card)
    Random (USB / SD card)
    Remote Control Yes
    Frequency Response 20 Hz - 20 kHz
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 17 x 6 x 9.5" (432 x 152 x 241 mm)
    Weight 8 lb (3.6 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 11.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 19.0 x 12.5 x 7.6"

    Technical Pro RX38UR reviews

    RX38UR Professional Receiver with USB & SD Card Inputs is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 37.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Piece of Junk This is one of the worst pieces of equipment I have ever purchased. The unit itself sounds like it is not grounded and makes a cracking sound when you insert a USB. The radio is very difficult to tune and makes cracking and popping sounds like an old tube radio. The lighting is over-done on the unit and makes it look very cheap. I have a lot of other recording equipment so am reasonably good at recording - however I tried 4-5 times and could not get a recording on this unit. The only thing I was able to get to work properly is playing tunes from a USB drive. I finally gave up and gave it to Goodwill.
    Date published: 2013-12-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Amp I have been buying stereo equipment for myself since 1972. I have owned so many different types and configurations of home entertainment equipment since then. I still have a Pioneer Amp /Receiver I bought in 1974 at 25 watts RMS, 100% Tube. My Son has been given this for his Hi-Fi set-up. I bought this amp/receiver at a whim. I love it. I am now in process of buying a new turntable, more vinyl, and will be going retro in my listening habits. However, I am and have always been on the cutting edge of Tech..so, I must say..I also so far, love this piece of equipment and have my iPOD plugged in and rocking. Thanks, Dennis
    Date published: 2013-10-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great little head unit! Listen...for the money, you can NOT beat this little unit. It is an visually attractive unit that happens to have a fine little ANALOG tuner. That's right...DIAL TUNING! For we old guys, this ROCKS if you want to set a station off just a bit to use some of the older wireless units, this is your unit. Now, I use it as the head unit for my Adcom GFA-555 amp as there own head unit is junk and simply will not work with it. I keep it simple, I just have a Belkin C-71 Bluetooth receiver and a Kenwood Digital tuner attached to it. The bluetooth is for my computer, from which I can stream Pandora. I do use an old Audiosource equalizer to clean up the sound but the bass and treble that are on the unit are actuall just fine. Not really powerful on its own, but when hooked to the amp, is GREAT. For the money, you can not beat this.
    Date published: 2015-04-15
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for, I guess! After one month, I turned the receiver on and the record light went on, and the unit was stuck in aux mode. This lasted for about a day, and somehow resolved itself. Now, two months later, I have the same issue, this time it's been three days, and it's still stuck. I've tried reaching out to Tpro tech support, but haven't been able to make a connection. Maybe I'll just have to buy a new receiver.
    Date published: 2016-11-21
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Huge disappointment -- worthless. All flash and no substance. From the fake VU meters and bright blue lights to the mediocre amplifier and even worse FM tuner, to the nasty acrid smell coming from the box that worsens when the unit heats up, this is less useful than a toy. I'd like to know how they measure the claimed 1000W of peak power, it produces less than the 80W receiver I wanted to replace it with. In this day and age, with the technology we have, it's amazing this company can sell such a product.
    Date published: 2013-12-19
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from I would not buy this product again, The Amplifier looks great with lots of promise..The sound is horrible..There is a loud hiss when the volume is turned all the way down.The FM section is a joke..I have purchased many items from B&H and this is the first dissapointment I've had..After all..What did I expect for $$..I'm not going to even bother sending it back.
    Date published: 2014-01-14
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from You get a bit less than what you pay for The unit arrived as promised and was packed fairly well although I could hear a slight rattle when I took the box from the delivery person. Other than the detachable A/C power cord, the unit was relatively easy to hook up - need to provide your own FM antenna. The power cord did not appear to 'seat' correctly despite considerable effort. There is no AM band on the tuner that I could access. The FM sensitivity is barely acceptable with poor selectivity. The analog tuning is ridiculous - tuning with a knob that has an imperceptible mark on it to try and line up with the FM freq. around the circumference. The markings are considerably off and it was very difficult to find my low-powered local station. DO NOT buy this expecting a decent tuner. There is no tuning feature on the remote. As mentioned in a previous review, the lights are a bit over the top. The lights are placed in a way to seriously hinder reading the function button labels - I had to use a flashlight to see them. As far as I can tell, the SD card reader reads files in the order they were added to the card. The only way to tell where you are on the card is if you know the song being played and have a list of what is on the card/drive. I suppose this method of play would work well for someone that wanted to load up a card & pay attention to the order in which the files were loaded. Would work well for throwing a bunch of files on a card for background music. It will play files loaded on a card with a directory/file structure but I have not taken the time to determine the order of play or how it advances from directory to directory. Yes, the remote - - no power on/off button/capability; no volume mute; the volume control takes forever to produce a notable difference in the sound level; it has a button for EQ mode but no indication anywhere as to what the 'modes' are or what was selected - I could however distinguish a difference when I pushed the button for 3 different 'tones'; the fast forward & rewind work but there is no audio during these functions The USB thumb drive seemed to work the same as the SD card. I've not tried an mp3 player yet or any of the other (rear) inputs or the microphones. The power seems sufficient and the distortion with a good mp3 file was not bad. Freq. response was acceptable For less than 1/2 price on sale w/free shipping it is still a little less of a product than I was expecting. Had I paid much more it would have been returned.
    Date published: 2013-12-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from underated! hooked up to dayton 6.5's and amazed at the new found clarity of these inexpensive speakers. my tuner does not use big knob on left. when first pressed the tuner button causes unit to find and store fm stations and then you locate with remote to play. little white wire is antenna which about 1/4 inch must be stripped of to insert into one of the spring loaded clips on back of receiver. read instructions carefully and turn down volume before powering up first time. my only planned use is fm stereo so it has surpassed my expectations for its intended use.
    Date published: 2017-11-03
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