Released September, 2008
The Pros:Good bass. Features support for DVD. Affordable compared to competing products.
The Cons:Takes monstrous and gaudy to a new level. If only this had HDMI and Component support... then it would be the ultimate. Unreliable - most models of this line have issues with CD jamming within the first year.
The HX-D77 is a large stereo system from JVC, aimed at consumers that want the ultimate system to play their CDs, DVDs, and even computer media. Aesthetically however the HX-D77 appears targeted toward a younger audience, appealing to the 'monster truck' image of bigger and badder is better.
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Pumping out a total of 540W, the HXD77J features a 5-disc changer, a radio tuner, and a USB connection, allowing the unit to handle DVD-Video, digitally encoded music in MP3 and WMA format, and JPEG images as well as the almost forgotten standard medium of choice: the CD.
- Rated power output: 540W, 180W x 2 subwoofer, 90 x 2 main
- Supported media: DVD-Video, CD, MP3, WMA all via DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RE, CD-R/RW, MP3/WMA music CD/DVD, AM/FM radio
- Input/Output: USB cable (for playing digital media), Video out
- Dimensions & weight: Main system: 175 x 373 x 411, 12.8 pounds Speakers: 296 x 453 x 343mm, 16.6 pounds
User Reviews (12)
affordable compared to competing products
cuts out the unnecessary and dated
takes monstrous and gaudy to a new level
If only this had HDMI and Component support... then it would be the ultimate
Unreliable - most models of this line have issues with CD jamming within the first year.
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