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Anyone know the Sony DPS V-77??

Discussion in 'Pro Audio Equipment' started by td, Jan 10, 2002.

  1. td

    td Guest

    Is anyone familiar with this box? I've heard many good things about it, but finding one seems harder than finding a condom in a convent, y'know? I guess sony discontinued it when they came out with the DRE-777, is that right? Any info would be appreciated.

    TIA
    Tony
     
  2. mixfactory

    mixfactory Guest

    Yeah, its a good effects processor. Its kind of the greatest hits from the DPS line(R7,M7,D7,F7). I think you can still find them though new, but they are a little expensive compared to other stuff out there right now. The Sony "7" series are some of my personal favorite effect processors(M7 and R7 especially). I think the individual effect processors by themselves sound a little better than the DPS-V77, but the benefit is the digital ins and outs.
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    just on ONE mix session - I DUG it, I thought it sounded VERY expencive!

    :)
     
  4. patrick

    patrick Guest

    I'm curious, because I've seen these in Tokyo going for exactly the same price as a TC M2000, how do they compare to the M2000?

    thanks
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guests

    WOW! Jump at one if you see one!

    1) They are not that hip, you rarely read about them or see them in studio photos

    2) They are Sony and made in Japan?

    Those two might be the reason they are so cheap there.. WOW get several.. very cool!

    I would say they have a much more expencive and lush, sounding reverb..Less metalic.

    Cumpaiwa!

    :)
     
  6. cjogo

    cjogo Guest

    I believe most of the DPS line has the problem with obtaining/accessing their back-up batteries--
    colleagues have warned

    cjogo
     
  7. GZsound

    GZsound Active Member

    I don't know the V77 but I have a V55 and it is extremely clean and has really lush reverbs. It is a four channel unit which is nice also.
     

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