The Mwi is the name of the gaming audio and gaming sound system that comes standard on a lot of Sony PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 4 Pro gaming consoles, and it’s one of the better sound systems out there.
The company claims it is a $300-plus gaming sound solution, but there are a lot more affordable alternatives that do just as good or better.
Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of each.
Pros:Great audio qualityThe Mwi delivers solid audio quality.
It’s not the best in the world, but it’s not terrible either.
If you want a solid gaming sound experience, the Mwi will likely be the better option.
The MWI’s sound quality is also very good, with good mids and highs, and good bass.
You’ll notice it’s very smooth, and you’ll notice you can hear every nuance of the sound even when you’re not playing a game.
There’s also plenty of room for you to adjust your volume without taking your ears off of the game, and there’s no volume knobs or knobs that would cause any issues.
Cons:No USB 3.0 supportNo MFi support for USB 3, but Sony has stated that the company is working on a future update.
The Stereo component cabinets are more expensive than the Miws, but if you’re looking for a portable audio solution that’s not too big or heavy, then they’re worth a look.
The Stereo cabinets are $200-plus, and the price is definitely competitive, but you won’t be able to play your games with them.
Stereo Component Cabinets sound better than a Miw, but they’re more expensive.
There are two versions of the Stereo Components available.
The $400 Stereo Cabinet includes two 2.5-inch woofers, two 1-inch midrange drivers, and a 1-mm tweeter.
The other $400 version comes with one 1.8-inch driver and one 1-x tweeter, and includes one 1/4-inch tweeter and one 3/8-thick midrange driver.
The stereo cabinet also comes with a 5-inch extension cord for adding two additional 1- to 2-inch stereo speakers.
The Miw does not include a Stereos cabinet.
If the Mwo is more your style, the Stereo 2-in-1 is a great option for a small home theater system that includes a pair of speakers.
The $400 Mwi Stereo Cabinets do not include any speakers.
Pros:Excellent sound qualityThe Stereon 2-In-1 has a good midrange, mids, and highs.
The midrange is a bit warmer than the other options, and its soundstage is a tad smaller than the others.
It also has a bit more bass, but its a good compromise between the midrange and bass of the other Stereo components.
The two speakers are very good.
The highs are deep and bright, and they’re really detailed.
You won’t hear them when you play a game, but when you are listening to music or watching movies or TV, you’ll be able tell when they’re there.
They also have very good bass response, which helps them hold their own against a lot cheaper portable speakers.
Cons (for Mwi):No USB portsA $400 gaming audio solution is great, but no Mwi for $300 isn’t too shabby either.
There is a USB port on the Stored Components, which is used for charging and connecting accessories.
The only downside is that it’s pretty big, and that the Mw doesn’t include a USB 3 port.
If this is a game system that you need, the $400 model might be worth considering.
Pros (for Sony):Excellent soundquality, good midrangeThe Mwo delivers solid sound quality.
Its good for gaming and entertainment and it will have you playing the best games of all time.
If that’s what you’re after, the Sony Mwi might be the best option for you.
The Sony Mw does not have any USB ports.
Pros (for PlayStation 4):Great sound quality, great midrangeThe Sony PS4 Mwo has the best audio of the three options.
Its very accurate and clear, and if you don’t mind a little distortion, you can listen to movies and music with confidence.
The PS4’s midrange and treble are very high, and those are what you want when you want the best sound quality you can get.
The bass is also good, and I don’t hear it when I’m playing games.
The two speakers, however, are very low, so you won�t hear them very often.
Cons, for Sony:No Mifi supportThe Sony mwi doesn’t have a MFi port.
It does, however have two 1/2-inch drivers for use with MFi-enabled devices, so if you want something a bit better than what you