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Pyle Pro PPHP129WMU 12" 1000W Bluetooth Streaming Portable Loudspeaker System with Dual Handheld Wireless Mics

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Pyle Pro PPHP129WMU 12" 1000W Bluetooth Streaming Portable Loudspeaker System with Dual Handheld Wireless Mics
Key Features
  • 1000W Peak, 500W RMS Performance
  • Bluetooth Streaming Audio
  • 2 x Wireless Microphones
  • USB Port & SD Slot
The PPHP129WMU 12" 1000W Bluetooth Streaming Portable Loudspeaker System from Pyle Pro is a 2-way portable loudspeaker capable of up to 1000W peak, 500W RMS output. It features a variety of audio input options, including Bluetooth streaming audio, a built-in FM radio, both a USB and SD slot for digital input, and XLR and 1/4" inputs for mic or line sources. Additionally, it includes 2 handheld wireless microphones.
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Pyle Pro PPHP129WMU Overview

The PPHP129WMU 12" 1000W Bluetooth Streaming Portable Loudspeaker System from Pyle Pro is a 2-way portable loudspeaker capable of up to 1000W peak, 500W RMS output. It features a variety of audio input options, including Bluetooth streaming audio, a built-in FM radio, both a USB and SD slot for digital input, and XLR and 1/4" inputs for mic or line sources. Additionally, it includes 2 handheld wireless microphones.

Designed for portability, the PPHP129WMU features a built-in rechargeable battery that provides up to 4 hours of operation on a full charge. Two detachable rolling wheels are included for simplified transport.

UPC: 068888743495

Pyle Pro PPHP129WMU Specs

Portable PA System
Speaker Configuration1 x 2-Way Loudspeaker
Amplifier Power Rating500 W RMS
1000 W Peak
ImpedanceSystem:
4 Ohms
LF Driver:
8 Ohms
Speakers
Enclosure TypeBass-Reflex
HF Driver1.34" / 34 mm
LF Driver12" / 304.8 mm
MagnetLF Driver:
12.5 oz / 354.3 g
Speaker Sensitivity93 dB
Signal Processing
EQ1 x HF Shelf
1 x LF Shelf
EffectsEcho (Type Unspecified)
Microphone
Form Factor2 x Handheld
Performance
Frequency Range55 Hz to 18 kHz
Connectivity
Audio I/O2 x 1/4" TS Unbalanced Input
1 x Stereo RCA TS Line Input
1 x Stereo RCA TS Mix Output
USB1 x USB Type-A
Media Playback1 x SD
Wireless ConnectivityBluetooth, FM Radio, RF Transmitter
Wireless
Form FactorTransmitter:
2 x Handheld
Bluetooth
Bluetooth3.0
PairingManual
Bluetooth Range30' / 9.1 m
Power
Battery TypeBuilt-In Rechargeable
AC Input PowerUser Selectable:
110 to 220 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz 
DC Input Power12 VDC
Physical
Transport Options1 x Handle
2 x Wheels
Mounting1 x Pole Socket (Bottom)
Dimensions22.6 x 13.4 x 12.2" / 574.04 x 340.36 x 309.88 mm
Weight35.9 lb / 16.3 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight39 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24 x 19.3 x 14.5"

Pyle Pro PPHP129WMU Reviews

Bluetooth not good as expected

By Mylius
Rated 2 out of 5
Date: 2019-07-12

At first I was so amaze with this speaker but recently I noticed the Bluetooth connection keeps come and go. I think they need to improve the quality of the Bluetooth on this device.The sound is really good.

Good for 100 people outdoors with two speakers

By Anonymous
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2017-05-11

As others have said, the microphones are junk, but you can buy a pair of decent wireless mic's for < $100 and plug the receivers in to the inputs on this speaker. The sound quality is pretty good and the volume is quite good. I use to play music through bluetooth, and spoken announcements. Good for 100 people outdoors with two speakers. Can't beat the battery feature. Note I bought two of these, and using a RCA cord to connect the output of one to the input of the other, the second (slave) speaker is about 50% quieter than the first, so I always need to have the volume cranked all the way up on the slave. Handles and wheels are nice. This unit probably won't last forever but it's a good price.

Perfect for our use!

By Mixtroz
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-04-05

We have already used our speaker and it was perfect! It will be used in situations where 25-300 or so people are gathered in a space that will normally be loud. This Pyle speaker was the perfect solution...we didn't overbuy and the price was definitely right. Plus we love the simplified, customer-focused experience that B&H has provided with every purchase we have made with them!

im very happy with the good service

By Mosdessatmar
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2016-12-14

i use it for what we need it in its very good

Great Product

By Patricia
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-01-23

Great price, super fast shipping.  Recommend.

Disappointed

By Joshua
Rated 1 out of 5
Date: 2018-09-19

We purchased this item to use in our wedding, both for speeches and dance music. It fell far short on both accounts. The ceremony was outdoors in a quiet setting with around 80 guests. When the mic wanted to work, you could hear all the way to the back (around 100 feet away) but unfortunately it cut out every 5 seconds. We had 2 different friends who are sound technicians fiddle with it, and it would seemingly work only to quit again in a sentence or two. We gave up before the readings. We moved it inside for dinner, hoping it was only the microphones that would be a problem. Sadly the sound quality for music was sub par as well. The dining hall was 150 feet by 50 feet and you could not hear the sound in the back of the hall. As far as music quality goes, we were very disappointed and actually had a friend run home and grab their system, causing frustrations and awkward delays for everyone. I would say this is product would be ok for a small party where you don't need a mic or a bumping bass to dance to, but then you might as well use your handheld bt speaker. Otherwise spend the extra money and get something of a higher quality. This speaker was our only regret for our special day.

Great System with a few flaws.

By christopher
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2018-08-30

Received the system very FAST! Was very impressed with the quality and heft of all the parts. The boom mic stands are solid and the Speaker stand is good quality. When I turned on the system and a radio station came in loud and clear. I remembered to turn the volume down before hand. Once I got the batteries in the microphones and tried them out, I noticed I had to have my mouth within an inch or so of the mic, to get any sound out the speaker. When I did, it was fine, maybe a little booming, but the bass and treble Eq. seemed to help that quite a bit. However, if you turn the base up too high, you will get a "rattle" from the speaker. As other people have said, the system doesn't not seem like it puts out 1000 or, even 500 watts, but I didn't expect it to. It is, probably in the 100 watt range, but that's just a guess. It will be fine for my purposes. So, all in all, I am very happy with the purchase/for the price. The few flaws I found, are: The microphones are, really, not very good. They work, but, like I said, you have to have your mouth right up on it. I'm going to be using the system as a PA system for different speakers and people, just don't want to have thier mouth all up on a microphone the whole time thier trying to give a talk. Plus it kind of makes the boom mic stands pretty useless. I contacted staff (you can see my Q & A) to ask if there were any other wireless microphones that I could upgrade to, that would work with the system. There is a whole UHF component built into this system, for the wireless mics, so it seemed reasonable to be able to upgrade. I was told: "You can't upgrade the mic's. The mic's are the transmitters and are proprietary to Pyle Pro. They don't even say what frequency block they use. So substituting another wireless would not be possible." Which sucks! I have submitted another question, regarding mic's that have multiple UHF channels selections, so see if there's a chance... but, my guess is, that's not very likely. Since I'm complaining about the microphones: The system includes these little brackets to screw onto either side of the speaker. The chubby microphones fit in these little circular brackets, evidently, so they can be carried and handy for use. These brackets as a weak link. They are weak/thin plastic and would break off very easily, thus dropping the mic - who knows where? I, certainly, wouldn't use them for a mic I cared about. Also, the mic's are chubby, compared to normal hand held mic's, so put to them into the boom stand - mic clips, you have to force them in, stretching the clip, almost to thier breaking point. Suffice to say; I am not impressed with these mic's, or the wireless circuitry. I am purchasing a wireless microphone system and that will be that. The last 2 things, which are minor for me, are: 1) The radio tuner seems to be stuck in a range at the very low end of he FM. I can only get a few stations and nothing above 91.00 frequency. Not a big deal for me, but a flaw. 2) I wasn't able to pair my android phone with the system on the first try. I have read that someone else had this problem and they did the turning off, turning on, whistling "Like a Virgin," while standing on 1 foot technique, which seemed to work. So, I'll play around with it a little bit and add to this review, if I figure it out. Again, despite these minor complaints, I'm still quite please with what I received. It's a pretty good deal, all in all. My advice is keep your expectations moderate, so you won't be disappointed.

Exactly What I Wanted

By Maple Brook Social Club President
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2017-09-12

I purchased this unit for our Maple Brook Senior Community Social Club functions and our Home Owners meetings. We used it for the first time at our annual picnic on September 9th. IT WAS PERFECT! It was easy to assemble, easy to roll around the parking lot, and easy to set up and use. Everyone heard us easily and clearly. We also used it for our Bingo night. We love it! Now we just need an extended user manual and our protection plan paper work and we'll be happy as clams...

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CAN THIS BE USED WITH A DENON MIXER/CONTROLER....FOR DJ OR KARAOKE WORK?
Asked by: NICHOLAS L.
The Pyle Pro PPHP129WMU features a stereo RCA line input that can be used as a connection from a DJ mixer/controller or any other line level audio device.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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If I am using this to sing along with tracks. Do i need any receivers or anything to use the wireless microphones?
Asked by: Anonymous
The Pyle Pro PPHP129WMU features 2 built in wireless receivers that will allow you to use both included microphones simultaneously while playing back an additional audio source via Bluetooth, USB, SD Card, or physical cable connection.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Can this be used with Keybord for a performance?
Asked by: Anonymous
sure it can... just use a make sure the 1/4 cable going into the jack on the back of the speaker is mono.
Answered by: ROBERT W.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Device won't charge, and microphones dint connect possible operator error. Do the microphones automatically connect?
Asked by: Anonymous
The included wireless mics will automatically connect with the unit when the Wireless Mic power switch is enabled, (located to the right of the wireless mic volume knobs) and the unit is within operating range 50-100 feet. If you are still experiencing issues with your purchase, please feel free to contact a Representative here at 800-606-6969 for assistance.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Does thos unit have a 1/4 mono guitar input?
Asked by: Ray B.
The Pyle Pro PPHP129WMU has two 1/4 input jacks available. The MIC 1 input jack can accept a guitar input as well.
Answered by: Jeff P.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

Can you disable the bluetooth function?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes
Answered by: Dr. James W.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

POWER FADES AFTER 15 -20 MINUTES . THIS SPEAKER IS PLAYING AN IPOD AND THE SPEAKER IS PLUGGED INTO A WALL PLUG. IF I WAIT 20 MINUTES I CAN USE IT AGAIN BUT FOR AN EVEN SHORTER TIME. WHAT'S WRONG?
Asked by: STEPHEN H.
Not sure how long youve had the speaker. But it sounds like you need to replace the battery. Try charging it for the required time without adding any device. Then see how it works
Answered by: Samuella D.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

What is the max distance the talker can be away from the speaker?
Asked by: Andrea D.
I walked at least 30 feet away around a restaurant and it still picked up well. I never tested it beyond that distance.
Answered by: Connie T.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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