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Sony WX-GT77UI


$250.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Large tactile controls are easy to navigate, volume knob gives a smooth and solid click feedback. Plenty of power for after-market speakers, and pre-outs for later expansion. Easy enough to install for first-time installers.

The Cons:Button labeling is gray on black, difficult to see in the daylight. IPod navigation is awkward if you want to browse by anything other than Albums, requires multiple button presses just to get the track lists up right. "next" and "up" buttons easy to confuse or accidentally hit one but hit the other instead, do completely different things.

 The Sony WX-GT77UI is a double din designed head unit with a 2-line round LCD display and a front USB 1-wire for iPhone, iPod, Walkman, and other music players. It has rear/sub selectable pre-outs, front auxilary input, 2-volt front and EQ3 stage 2.

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The Sony WX-GT77UI has profile support for HPF, A2DP and AVRCP. It uses the Sony ZAPPIN function that allows the consumer to find the tune they're looking for just by playing a clip of each track in the collection, so that the driver can search for music using their ears instead of their eyes. The Sony WX-GT77UI has a few other of Sony's features, such as Quick-BrowZer, Jump Mode, Passenger Control and DM+.

Features

  • ZAPPIN function for safe music searching
  • Quick BrowZer
  • DRIVE-S feature for a durable CD drive
  • Front USB 1-wire for iPhones, iPods and other music players
  • Front AUX-IN 
  • Jump Mode
  • Passenger Control
  • Sat Radio and HD Radio Ready
  • HPF, A2DP, and AVRCP Profile Support
  • EQ3 State 2
  • 2-volt front
  • Rear/Sub Selectable Pre-outs

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  • 2

    large tactile controls are easy to navigate, volume knob gives a smooth and solid click feedback

  • 1

    plenty of power for after-market speakers, and pre-outs for later expansion

  • 1

    easy enough to install for first-time installers

  • 1

    included remote provides full control, even over connected iPod's library and functions

Cons
  • 1

    button labeling is gray on black, difficult to see in the daylight

  • 1

    iPod navigation is awkward if you want to browse by anything other than Albums, requires multiple button presses just to get the track lists up right

  • 1

    "next" and "up" buttons easy to confuse or accidentally hit one but hit the other instead, do completely different things

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