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Sony XNV-770BT

Sony XNV-770BT
alaScore 81

9 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design. The value for money also gets good comments. Some have doubts about the performance, while views are divided on the usability.

screen, value for money, design

performance

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other GPS the Sony XNV-770BT is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 9 reviews)

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Sony XNV-770BT

 

Despite a few forays into the world of turn-by-turn navigation and two generations of Nav-U portable GPS devices, Sony simply isn't a manufacturer that comes immediately to mind when most of us think "navigation." Instead most think of a brand like...

The Sony XNV-770BT features an extra-sharp 7-inch touch-screen display and checks all of the audio and video playback boxes we like to see with iPod, USB, and Bluetooth connectivity. An external GPS module essentially puts a TomTom navigation device...

The menu structure can be a bit clunky, requiring multiple button presses to jump between the device's three modes. The navigation interface runs at a lower resolution than the screen's native resolution, causing maps to look blurry relative to the...

Rather than reinvent the wheel, Sony's newest all-in-one car audio receiver pairs a brilliant 7-inch display with GPS navigation powered by TomTom. The result is almost the best of both worlds, but we'd like to see a bit more integration.

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Sony XNV-770BT

 

Sony has long been a leader in the field of electronics. The Sony XNV-770BT features an impressive array of multimedia features that are found in many in-dash receivers today. However, the car GPS

This in-dash GPS features integrated Bluetooth technology, iPod compatibility and more

The actual navigational features of this GPS are limited

The Sony XNV-770BT is an excellent in-dash receiver, but only an average GPS.

Consumer review by:

Sub-Par. Do Not Buy

 

The displays lack any features, colors or displays you will normally find with most popular DVD recivers. A lot of factory nav systems that I have used have better user interfaces than this unit. This unit is a dis service to someone wanting to expand...

Has almost every feature you can find or ever want

Interface is terrible for any level of aftermarket reciever

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Buyer Beware

 

Bad expirence do not recomend. Hopefully it is only related to my unit. but if not I think Sony dropped the ball on this one.

Great GPS and picture quality on DVDs

Menues are a pain as well as slow, AV sources will randomly change to something else cant get rid of warnings

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Terrible User Interface

 

This product could be awesome had the people who designed it actually used it.

Excellent screen resolution, great phone integration

Terrible user menus

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Best product I have seen

 

After looking at OEM and aftermarket in-dash GPS for Audi A4, I selected this product. Lots of cheap China knockoffs and unscrupulous dealers. BEWARE. BestBuy Geek Squad installed with Sony back-up camera for about $200. Excellent, flawless install....

navigation, sound quality

TomTom map update not yet available

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Awesome Radio Sweet Looking Screen

 

I put this in my car thinking that it was just another mediocre Sony unit. After I put it in I was shocked to see how much Sony has evolved. This unit relies fully on Tom Tom navigation which most people have at least heard of are familiar with to some...

Homerun with TomTom Navigation, Best Looking Screen in the Market, Very Easy to Use, iPod very useful, SensMe is Awesome

Sirius Interface lacking

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be careful

 

Be caution buying this item, as i have 2 gps units from Sony, now deleted from their production line, and their last update for mapping was back in 2009. It is ridiculous that Sony would make a product and then not make any new updates for their...

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Sony XNV 770BT major problems with Nav and Sirius

 

The Navigation is excellent, but during the process of updating the module on my Laptop the unit locked and there is no way for Sony or TomTom to unlock or reload the module there should be better mangement software for the module other than waiiting...

Navigation is excellent

Bluetooth Module from TomTom no way to unlock either from TOMTOM or SONY

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