High Power Home Audio System with BLUETOOTH® Technology
LDAC is a new audio technology from Sony that allows you to enjoy the highest quality wireless audio via Bluetooth technology. With up to 3x the data transmitted, LDAC provides an enhanced wireless listening experience for all your music.
Pump up the atmosphere with club-like speaker illuminations. Lights are directed through a lens to spread a wide light pattern. You can control the lights on the system, and watch them sync to the beat of the music for a club-style dance floor at home.
Enjoy easy control for music playback and party lights even in the dark, with the touch key and illuminated control panel.
Pick it up and party anywhere, thanks to the one-box design. Whether you’re hanging out with friends at home or taking the party elsewhere, the compact design features built-in handles for portability and convenience.
Karaoke competitions with your friends are easy: just hook the MHC-V50D up to a TV and pop in a karaoke DVD, or sing along to songs from YouTube™ via Bluetooth technology. Two mic inputs, plus scoring and sound effects let you team up with friends for the ultimate sing-off. A built-in vocal fader function even turns down the voice on CDs, so you can sing all your favourite songs.
Get the crowd going with DJ effects. Four different effects set the stage for your party: Flanger creates a deep roaring effect; WAH distorts the audio; Isolator singles out a specific frequency band; and PAN sweeps the sound across speakers. You can use DJ effects with the Fiestable app and gesture control, so getting creative with your party playlists has never been easier.
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