Sony Xplod XNV-L77BT
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Integrated TomTom GPS navigation - works better than most. IPod compatible with video playback support. Pretty easy to update the GPS.
The Cons:GPS is not well integrated with the rest of the device.
The Sony Xplod XNV-L77BT is one of four XNV A/V head units released in November 2010. All four models feature TomTom GPS navigation and high-definition audio/video playback. The XNV-L77BT builds from the XNV-L66BT via the inclusion of a bigger WVGA 7” touchscreen display, but maintains all its peer’s advanced features including live weather alerts, a constantly updated traffic feed, and notifications of any nearby safety alerts.
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Plus it too is compatible with iPods and other portable music players, though an integrated DivX/MPEG-4 DVD player is already included—not to mention Bluetooth connectivity.
- XNV A/V Head Unit (Double-DIN)
- TomTom GPS Navigation
- High-Definition A/V Playback
- Integrated DVD Player
- WVGA Touchscreen Display
- HD Traffic Live Updates
- TomTom-Powered Safety Alerts
- Local Search w/Google
- Weather Updates
- European Map
- IQ Routes
- Map Share
- 5.1-Channel Surround Sound
- Intelligent Time Management
- Bluetooth/USB/Auxiliary Connectivity
User Reviews (1)
Integrated TomTom GPS navigation - works better than most
iPod compatible with video playback support
Pretty easy to update the GPS
Very high resolution 7" 800x480px (WVGA) touchscreen display
Pretty easy to check like traffic updates
GPS is not well integrated with the rest of the device
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