Information on Sony MHC-V02 Portable Bluetooth Party Speaker - Black:
|Speaker Details||TWEETER 4 cm x2 (cone type) | WOOFER 18 cm x 1 ||
|Disc Player System||CD, DVD, USB|
|Connectivity||3.5mm, AUX, Bluetooth, HDMI, USB|
|Features||Optimized for music|
|Dimension||28.1 x 50.0 x 30.6 cm|
Why to buy Sony MHC-V02 Portable Bluetooth Party Speaker - Black :
Jet bass booster
A tapered bass reflex duct structure concentrates the airflow of the bass sound, so you can hear it clearly and feel it physically, wherever you are in the crowd and over long distances.
DSP Technology creates that festival vibe by flooding your party space with the realistic sound of a music festival and live concert.
Unleash your inner pop star
Keep everyone entertained – connect a microphone via the input, then you and your guests can go head-to-head singing along to your favourite tunes. Alternatively, add a rock and roll layer by connecting a guitar and using the system as a guitar amp. Enjoy three modes – Clean for a clear sound, Overdrive for a distorted guitar sound and Bass for your bass guitar.
Build energy with speaker lighting
Pump up the atmosphere with club-like LED speaker illumination. The blue light pulses in patterns, synchronising with the rhythm of the beat.
Voice control via fiestable
Change track, turn on the light, flash all the colours just by speaking. Simply select the Voice Control via the Fiestable app and speak your command - the lights and sounds will obey.
Run everything from the dancefloor | Music Center app
The Sony | Music Center app lets you control music and sound settings right from your phone. Plus the Fiestable app puts you in charge of the light colours and lets you activate DJ and karaoke modes. Make changes with a flick of your wrist, thanks to intuitive motion control.
Seamless streaming with Bluetooth
Simply use to make a Bluetooth connection and get streaming instantly. Connect via Bluetooth and you’re ready to go.
Using a built-in mounting hole, the MHC-V02 can be set on a tripod speaker stand for an elevated position, so sound can be projected even more effectively to even more people – whether they’re sitting or standing.