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The Sony Xplod XNV-770BT is one of four XNV A/V head units released in November 2010.

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Pros

iPod compatible with video playback support

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TomTom GPS navigation - no weak "home made" GPS interface

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very high resolution 7" 800x480px (WVGA) touchscreen display

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GPS unit can be updated

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includes external wired microphone for better outgoing sound quality

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includes fully featured miniature remote control

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

GPS is not well integrated with the rest of the device

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resistive touchscreen technology - not as responsive / accurate as the more common capacitive technology

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not fully compatible with the iPhone 4

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
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The Sony Xplod XNV-770BT is one of four XNV A/V head units released in November 2010. Both the XNV-660BT and the XNV-770BT trade away their superior siblings’ HD Traffic alerts, Safety alerts, weather alerts, and local search w/Google functionality. In particular, the XNV-770BT builds from the XNV-660BT by hosting a larger 7” display, though the WVGA resolution remains the same. Like its counterpart, the device can play DVDs and externally-connected MP3/iPod players, as well as access online updates through a USB-based PC connection. Signature though is the Bluetooth, which means the device supports wireless audio streaming and hands-free mobile phone calls.

Features
  • XNV A/V Head Unit (Double-DIN)
  • TomTom GPS Navigation
  • High-Definition A/V Playback
  • Integrated DVD Player
  • WVGA Touchscreen Display
  • QuickGPSFix
  • European Map
  • IQ Routes
  • Map Share
  • SensMe
  • 5.1-Channel Surround Sound
  • Intelligent Time Management
  • Bluetooth/USB/Auxiliary Connectivity
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