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Sony Unveils a Quintet of High-Powered Audio Systems

Get the Party Started

Sony has always been known to make some of the best audio gear in the world and, since summer is over, they want you to take the party from the great outdoors into your own homes. The Japanese company just unveiled five of its newest high-powered audio systems that are sure to deliver the sickest beats on the regular or when it’s time to throw a proper party.

Killer Audio in a Box

Three of the models that Sony released are All-in-One Box systems: the MHC-V81D, the MHC-V71D, and the MHC-V41D. The higher tiered variants of these one-box systems come equipped with LIVE SOUND and to amp up the atmosphere further, they also come rigged with their own party lights.

If you want to impress with tunes of your own, you can even hook up your guitar into the units or jump into TAIKO mode to insert your own beats into your favorite tracks with its build in drum samples.

It Comes in Threes

If you want something a little more subdued but want to maintain your audio game, Sony also announced the availability of two new Three-Box systems to the country. The Sleek MHC-M40D and the more robust MHC-M60D can fill your living room with high-quality stereo sound to suit your needs. You can even chain them together to really get the whole house going.

If you want to check out any of these audio systems, they’re now available in the country so you might want to check them out at your nearest Sony Centres.

Here are the prices for all of them:

  • MHC-V81D: Php 29, 999
  • MHC-V71D: Php 24, 999
  • MHC-V41D: Php 18, 999
  • MHC-M60D: Php 19, 999
  • MHC-M40D: Php 15, 999

 

Jamie Inocian

A self-confessed geek. Jamie started out helping out on the Unbox Podcast and became the Digital Sales Manager when he joined the team full time. He has since then transitioned into one of our Senior Editors and Head Video Producer.

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