Electronics giant Sony has come out with yet another portable audio system -the MHC-V77D – to further enhance its clientele amongst the music lovers. The system can be termed as an upgraded version of the company’s earlier systems – GT4D and V44D.
Although the system, with a power output of 1440W, falls a bit short on that front when compared to the GT4D, the features that it comes with more than makeup for it.
The MHC-V77D comes equipped with Sony’s trademark Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE) to improve the sound quality. Also, it has the LDAC feature, which makes transmission of good quality audio from Bluetooth devices fairly easy.
The system comes packed in a two-wheeled box which makes it easier to move around and place without taking up much space. Another additional advantage is the system’s light weight which ensures maximum portability.
The MHC-V77D can be easily connected with Google Cast, NFC, and Bluetooth and has a dust and splash proof touch panel in order to facilitate easy maintenance. Additionally, the system has dual lighting provisions along with a dedicated function-themed lighting.
Here’s how it fares up as compared to the GT4D and V44D:
|Dust & Splash Proof||Yes (Top Panel )||–||–|
|Party Light||Yes (On Top & floor)||–||Yes (On Top Only)|
|Speaker light||Yes (Flash)||Yes (multi-color)||Yes(Blue)|
|Internet||Wi-Fi/ Ethernet Port/ DLNA/ Google cast||–||–|
|Other||BT/ NFC, Karaoke||Multipurpose usage/ BT/ NFC, Karaoke||BT/ NFC, Karaoke|