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Sony XNV770BT 7-Inch Touch Screen Bluetooth AV receiver with TomTom Navigation (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Double-DIN AM/FM radio, DVD, CD, CD-R/RW, MP3/WMA/AAC, JPEG, USB, iPod, Bluetooth receiver with navigation
  • Integrated TomTom navigation with removable cartridge and pre-loaded maps of U.S. and Canada with one year of updates
  • 4 x 52 watts maximum power with 4V front, rear, and subwoofer preamp outputs
  • 7-inch touchscreen TFT Active Matrix LCD with 800 x 480 WVGA resolution and 17:9 aspect ratio
  • Integrated Bluetooth for hands-free calling and audio streaming; one-year limited warranty
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Technical Details
Item Weight8.6 pounds
Product Dimensions10.3 x 11.6 x 9.9 inches
Item model numberXNV770BT
Warranty1 Year Limited Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0046A9RA4
Shipping Weight11 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2010
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: XNV770BT
  • Warranty: 1 Year Limited Warranty

Product Description

Product Description

With the most accurate maps and over 1 million more miles of road in the US than others, plus features like USB 1-Wire connectivity and Bluetooth technology, you’re ready for the road trip of a lifetime and your daily commute with the Sony XNV660BT 7" Touchscreen A/V Receiver with Navigation.

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The Sony XNV-770BT A/V Receiver with Navigation delivers incredible audio and video picture quality, with integrated navigation from TomTom. With the most accurate maps and over 1 million more miles of road in the US than others, plus features like USB 1-Wire connections and Bluetooth technology, you're ready for the road trip of a lifetime--not to mention your daily commute.

Incredible audio and video picture quality and integrated navigation from TomTom. Click to enlarge.

Incredible Audio/Video Picture Quality

7-Inch Touchscreen Display
The high-resolution TFT (WVGA) 7-inch touchscreen display that will inform and entertain you, making everything easier to control with gesture command and on-screen touch buttons. Separate audio and video power supply circuits provide added clarity.

TomTom navigation provides the most accurate maps with over 1 million more miles of road in the US than other GPS brands.

Bring the TomTom Navigation Module from your car and connect to your computer via USB for updates.

Control everything easily with gesture command and on-screen touch buttons.

USB 1-Wire Connectivity
Connect, charge, and control your iPod, iPhone, Walkman player or other compatible USB devices via the USB 1-Wire on the rear of the unit. You can also view metadata like song title and artist on the front display.

Integrated Bluetooth Technology
Taking calls and enjoying streaming audio has never been easier with the XNV-770BT A/V Receiver with Navigation featuring Bluetooth technology. Connect compatible devices and easily choose between Hands Free and Phone Book Access or Audio Streaming.

Plays DVDs/CDs and Digital Files
The XNV-770BT A/V Receiver with Navigation accepts just about every digital format you'd want on the road. The XNV-770BT can playback CD or DVD and MP3/WMA/AAC/JPEG/MP4 (Simple Profile) CODEC files.

Satellite Radio/HD Radio Ready
The XNV-770BT integrates seamlessly with Satellite Radio and HD Radio using Sony Bus adaptors so you can receive digital satellite radio or HD Radio broadcasts.

Advanced Sound Engine With EQ7
The Advanced Sound Engine uses EQ7 equalizer, adjustable LPF/HPF crossovers, Listener Position calibration, DM+ advanced sound restoration, Rear Bass Enhancer, and Center Stage Optimizer to create an ideal in-car listening environment.

Integrated Navigation from TomTom

The Sony XNV-770BT A/V Receiver with Navigation features TomTom navigation and delivers incredible audio and video picture quality. TomTom is the only company to incorporate real world, real-time feedback, providing the most accurate maps available.









Preloaded Maps of US and Canada
TomTom navigation provides the most accurate maps with over 1 million more miles of road in the US than other GPS brands.

One Year Free Map Updates
Ensuring that the digital map content remains completely up-to-date. Included in the box provides 4 verified US and Canada map updates for the first year.

TomTom Home Software
TomTom Home makes it easy to get new software, download new maps, access free content and more. Simply bring the exclusively designed TomTom Navigation Module from your car and connect to your computer via USB.

IQ Routes

TomTom IQ Routes Technology puts the driving experience of millions of TomTom users into your maps to shave time off even the shortest trips. Calculates the fastest route possible based on time of day. With TomTom IQ Routes you'll always drive the smartest, most efficient route. IQ Routes saves you time, fuel and money.

Traffic isn't the same during Monday morning rush hour as it is on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Heavy traffic, rotaries, traffic lights, and even pedestrians can slow you down. The route you need changes depending on the day and time, so the shortest route isn't necessarily going to be the fastest. With TomTom IQ Routes you'll always drive the fastest route.

Advanced Lane Guidance*
TomTom Advanced Lane Guidance gives you extra clarity when navigating difficult junctions by showing you which lane to take, so you won't miss your turn or have to make sudden, dangerous lane crossings. Photorealistic images and a pulsing green arrow indicate exactly which lane to use, so you can go confidently.

Spoken Street Names
When driving to your destination, the XNV-770BT will announce turn-by-turn directions, including street and place names.

6 Million Points of Interest
Preloaded with the locations of millions of gas stations, restaurants, hotels, hospitals and more.

QuickGPSfix
GPS data that predicts satellite positions and enables quicker GPS pick-up. Faster satellite pick-up means quicker start to the journey.

Help Me! Emergency Resources Menu
Comprehensive Help Me! menu to assist in any emergency. Quickly obtain address information to the nearest help location (hospital, police station, etc.). First aid guide also provides info on what to do if an accident occurs.

*Feature only available in the US and Canada

What's in the Box

Sony XNV-770BT A/V Receiver with Navigation, RM-X170 Wireless Remote, CD-ROM (Application Disc), Installation Hardware, Microphone, Navigation Module, User's Manual, Installation Manual

About TomTom

Founded in Amsterdam in 1991, TomTom has established itself as a global leader in navigation by being an innovative company with a strong brand, clear customer focus, and high quality products and services.

TomTom is the world's leading navigation solutions provider with navigation products sold in 30 countries and in over 20 languages. To further our commitment to car navigation, TomTom acquired Tele Atlas maps in 2008 so we can continually provide the most up-to-date maps and intelligent routing.

We have our own mapping company!
Did you know that every year roads change by up to 40% in high-growth areas? Tele Atlas manages this by using the world's most comprehensive systems to identify and incorporate these changes into our maps with unprecedented levels of speed and accuracy. All TomTom devices benefit from the Tele Atlas advantage--more coverage, more points of interest, and more freshness and accuracy.

Why TomTom?
At TomTom, we believe that personal navigation should be as easy and safe as possible. We develop smart technology that gives you straightforward solutions, innovations to make life easy.

Customer Reviews

You would think that a Sony 7" touch screen married to a TomTom GPS would be great.
HotPuppy
If after all of this , anyone out there would still consider paying hard earned money for what is essentially a defective piece of junk, send me an email.
dennis b
Even if you pause the song, when you start the car next time, the song will start playing even if you have not pressed the play button.
SanjeevP

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91 of 92 people found the following review helpful By T.J. VINE VOICE on November 23, 2010
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---------------------Update 11/29/2011-------------------------
Prior to the new iOS 5 update for the iPhone, when you connected to the stereo via bluetooth (with an iPhone), the screen would say, "BT Audio". Now, with the iOS 5 update that is available for the iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, and 4S, the iPhone now sends data to the stereo display over the bluetooth connection. The screen no longer says "BT Audio", instead it shows the title of what you're playing, the time, track, date (of podcast), and all the other normal data you would see when playing something. You also have more control over starting/stopping, rewinding and fast forwarding from the stereo itself. It is a WONDERFUL feature that was not advertised for iOS 5. The bluetooth feature is without a doubt what I like most about this stereo, and it just got 200% better. Even if you don't have an iPhone but can connect to it by bluetooth with another phone, it works great and the sound quality has always been crystal clear/CD quality.

With this update, when you connect to the stereo WITH a cable (again this is for the iPhone), then you will also see the album art.

------------------------Quick Review---------------------------
For the quick and dirty review on this stereo, here's my thoughts. It's pricey, but it's an awesome unit. Satellite radio works great, and the navigation works great. I used to be a Garmin user but recently switched to TomTom because I've found the maps to be more up-to-date and I like the IQ Route feature (see below). I still have an old Garmin though and I get plenty of use out of it. The screen does tilt to allow for better viewing, I love that, and the removable navigation module is pure genius.
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49 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Mizzle on December 18, 2010
The Sony XNV-770BT is a fine piece of hardware. Has everything you would want in a receiver with great sound. The 770 has the capability to utilize almost any accessory you could want to include IPOD integration, rearview camera, DVD and video playback, and a well integrated bluetooth capability. The update module for TomTom is genius. However utilization of all the great hardware comes in a cumbersome and often frustrating software package.
The interface that has been implemented to utilize all this impressive hardware is extremely disappointing and makes many functions cumbersome and distracting. For example if you have more than six preprogrammed tuner presets, like many other units, you utilize different Bands FM1, FM2 etc to input additional presets. To switch between these you have to select band at which time the current presets slowly move out of view and the list of bands moves up. You than select the band you want but to get to the presets for that band you have to reselect the preset button. The band list than slowly moves out of view and the preset buttons move up. The whole process takes about 8-10 sec which is no big deal in the driveway but on the highway it is very cumbersome. There are many simple software issues like these throughout the system that really brings down the whole user experience. Another example while using the navigation a window is available to display current music source and ability to select a couple other windows. You cannot however make any changes to the av source from the nav screen. The simple addition of forward back arrows to switch between presets or cd tracks without having to come out of navigation, open up the tuner window to select what you want, than go back to nav would be so simple and so huge.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Kaio TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 29, 2010
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A couple of the reviews here had me worried, but I have to say, I'm quite happy with this unit. If the kitchen is the heart of every house, then my Sony XNV-770BT is arguably the heart of my new car.

I had this unit just over a month before I could finally get it professionally installed. I toyed with doing it myself, but I have a new disabled access van and decided it's way too sophisticated for me to be tinkering with installing something like this on my own. Luckily, I found one of the few mom and pop stereo install shops left in my neighborhood and they installed everything (including backup cam and steering controls) for just over $200. (Best Buy wanted twice that! And I'd rather support my local shop than a big company.) The job took all day, in part due to the complexities of my van, but everything works flawlessly, including the hands-free mic for calls.

Stream Music From Any USB Flash Drive

The part I was most concerned about was the USB functionality -- I wasn't sure if any USB drive would work or if I had to have an iPod or MP3 player. Thankfully, this does work with any USB drive (or at least with all the ones I've tried personally.) I just loaded 4gb of music onto a spare flash drive, plugged it in, and there it was! All the folders I created were there and it's easy to navigate from one to the next. There's no lag time at all jumping from folder to folder, the songs play flawlessly, and the AV screen even shows all the track info and album art too -- perfect! The manual says not to leave the USB drive plugged in when you turn off the car, as it could result in data loss. But I've chosen to ignore that advice and leave my USB drive plugged in all the time, and when I start the car up, the music resumes right where it left off!
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