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JVC RX-777V (VSBK)



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Brand: JVC

The JVC RX-777V (VSBK) is a high-end audiophile turntable that was popular in the 1990s. It features a quartz-controlled one-piece die-cast aluminum platter, adjustable tonearm with a sapphire bearings, an acrylic plinth, and a DC servo motor with a special noise reduction circuit. The VSBK also includes a detachable EIR acoustic solution ring, which reduces unwanted vibrations. This turntable is known for its exceptional sound quality, precise speed stability, and high build quality. It is a cherished piece of analog audio history and is still sought after by audiophiles today.



  • Tuning range: FM, MW
  • Power Output: 80W into 8Ω (stereo)75W (fr), 75W (sur)
  • Frequency Response: 5Hz to 50kHz
  • Distortion: 0.007%
  • Speaker Impedance:
  • Input Sensitivity: 2.5mV (mm), 220mV (line)
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 71dB (mm), 100dB (line)
  • Line Output: 220mV (line)
  • Video Connections: composite
  • Dimensions: 435 x 126 x 383 mm
  • Weight: 9.0 kg
  • Year: 1988
  • Price:

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)

JVC RX-777V (VSBK)



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