Arylic A50+ wireless stereo amplifier supports 50W speakers (Sponsored)

Acrylic A50+ is a multi-functional wireless stereo amplifier that can stream a variety of sources to your passive speakers and active subwoofers. The amplifier features two 50W outputs, one subwoofer RCA output, two analog stereo RCA inputs, as well as only optical S/PDIF input.

The A50+ offers Ethernet, WiFi, and Bluetooth connectivity, a USB port to play music from a USB driver, and several A50+ amplifiers can be set up in several rooms in your house to create a multi-room system.

Arylic A50+ specifications:

  • Audio Input – USB 2.0, analog stereo RCA, digital optical S/PDIF
  • Audio Output
    • Speaker
      • 2x 24V 4 Ohms 50W speakers
      • 2x 24V 8 Ohms 30W speakers
    • Subwoofer –  RCA output
  • Frequency Response – 20Hz to 20KHz
  • Audio Formats – MP3, AAC/AAC+, ALAC, APE, WAV, FLAC
  • Audio Decoding – Up to 24bit/192KHz
  • Connectivity
    • Fast Ethernet RJ45 port
    • 2.4 GHz 802.11 b/g/n WiFi 4 with external antenna
    • Bluetooth 5.0 with external antenna
    • USB
      • 1x USB host to play music from a USB mass storage device
      • 1x Micro USB for connection to a host such as a PC
  • Misc – Power/Reset button, IR receiver
  • Power Input – 24V/4.16A
  • Dimensions – 120 x 113 x 37mm


Arylic A50+ wireless audio amplifier can be controlled with the company’s 4STREAM App for iOS & Android to select the music source and control playback, set EQ, control multiroom/independent playback, manage playlists, control alarm clock, WiFi settings, update firmware, and more. It’s also possible to send audio via Airplay from iOS or Bluetooth 5.0 from any device

The amplifier can also be connected to hosts with DLNA/UPnP compliant software, for instance from a PC or NAS, and Arylic ACPWorkbench tuning tool for Windows operating system allows users to find the perfect sound for each channel with EQ, Bass Enhancement, Advanced DSP effects, Gain, Pregain, and more.

The amplifier ships with a user manual, an infrared remote control, a 24V/4.16A DC power adapter, external WiFi & Bluetooth antennas, RCA cables, a screwdriver, and a 4-pin Phoenix connector for the speakers.

Arylic A50+ wireless stereo amplifier can be purchased for $199 on Arylic store, but new users can get a 5% discount, and the unit price goes down when purchasing multiple pieces. The company has a 30-day free return policy, offers a one-year warranty, and local delivery for orders from the US, Europe, and Russia.

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4 Replies to “Arylic A50+ wireless stereo amplifier supports 50W speakers (Sponsored)”

    1. This has a 24bit/192KHz DAC
      And hifi-dac has a 32bit/384Khz DAC

      But this is also a amplifier.

      I think all multiroom audio systems are rather expensive.

      I did a DIY with squeezebox and squeezelite on a ESP32 with an amp which does a surprisingly good job. but is far from a commercially finished setup.

  1. I am perplexed by the claim that this is a “wireless amplifier” when in fact there are plenty of wires in play here. When I see “wireless amplifier” I assume that the amp can magically transfer power and audio signal over thin air to the speakers whether they are powered or not. That’s not the case here at all. This is a wi-fi pre-amp and an amplifier with speakers. The audio signal can be wireless, but the power for the speakers from the amplifier can not. “Wireless amplifiers” do not exist. Even when a mobile phone is connected to a Bluetooth speaker, that’s not even a “wireless amplifier” either because the Bluetooth speaker has it’s own power amp and in which case – that’s a wireless pre-amp with powered speakers. And that set up is a darn sound more wireless than this thing is.

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