Are You a Party Person? Let’s Help You Pick a Good Speaker System

Are You a Party Person? Let’s Help You Pick a Good Speaker System

Tech and Auto

You don’t need to be a music lover to pick a good set of speakers for your home. The Sony MHC V81D and the JVC RV-Y40 are two speakers that fulfill basically the same purpose, but at completely different price and size levels. And both come with party lights integration, for the purpose of having parties according to their sizes.

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The Sony MHC V81D is loaded with gizmos and quirks while the JVC RV-Y40 is more of a generic product. Both speakers fulfill their purpose with much style and finesse.
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While the MHC V81D is more of a party speaker, the JVC RV-Y40 is more like something you’d keep in your room for a good audio experience.

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The Sony MHC V81D is a huge 3.5-feet tall speaker that looks like a huge vertical boombox master. It looks great and has five speakers and two tweeters upfront, along with the air vents at the bottom. It is rather round than edgy that although makes lifting the speaker a bit of a task, it comes with a wheel at the bottom to move it around.

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The JVC also looks mean and looks like a bomb with its lights on, the speaker is made with good quality plastic and is easy to lift as well.

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Coming from a company that is known for its car audio systems, it has a few design bits of a car audio system, like the central control panel.
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The Sony speaker is a complete tech-fest. With things like a complete touch control panel and gesture controls, this might be the most gimmicky speaker I have used. It has got a DJ mode that mixes sample sounds with the music to let you act like a DJ, using the gesture controls. Another mode, the Taiko mode turns the speaker into a drum.

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The JVC on the other hand, is more of a simple product. But given the size and the price, it still offers a lot of things speakers in this range fail to offer. Take the Karaoke mode for example – connect a mic and do your own Karaoke sessions. It also has a guitar input and is battery powered, giving it an upper hand in the portability factor.

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Both speakers have great sound quality. The Sony MHC V81D uses four 4-cm tweeters, two 10-cm and two 12-cm mid-range speakers and a 30-cm sub-woofer for the audio. It is enough to blow the roof off anything!

The JVC on the other hand, also has great sound quality. You can set the bass and the treble as well as sound modes on it. The sound is more than enough to get a small party started.

The Sony MHC V81D costs Rs 49,999 (Amazon) while the JVC RV-Y40 costs Rs 6,999 (Flipkart).

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