Listening to music on a PC via a network (Media Go)

You can share music on your PC (server function) with the free application Media Go installed on your PC. You can listen to music on your PC from the home audio system via a Wi-Fi network.

Install or update the latest version of Media Go on your PC beforehand.

Access the following website to download the application. You may have to pay a communication fee, depending on your Internet contract.

For customers in Europe:

For customers in the USA:

For customers in Canada:

For customers in other countries/regions:

For details how to install the application, follow the instructions on the website.


The specification and design of the application may change without notice.

  1. Connect the home audio system and a PC to the same network.

    Connect the home audio system and the PC to the same SSID of your wireless router.

    The NETWORK indicator lights up in white when the home audio system is connected to your network.

  2. Touch the NETWORK/WPS key on the home audio system.

    The home audio system enters the NETWORK function.

  3. Start [Media Go] installed on the PC.
  4. Select an audio file from [Library] on the screen, and then select(Throw) from the bottom of the Media Go window.

  5. Select [MHC-V77DW] on the Throw menu of Media Go.

  6. Select a song to play and adjust the volume.

    The selected song will be heard from the home audio system.


  • To listen to music on x-app, register the x-app music in the library of Media Go then play back via Media Go. For details, refer to the help guide of Media Go.
  • Before listening to music, connect your smartphone/iPhone installed with SongPal to the same network as used by the home audio system and PC.
  • The home audio system can play MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, FLAC, ALAC, AIFF, and DSD format files (only AAC files with the extension “.m4a,” “.mp4,” or “.3gp” are playable). Even if the bit rate and file format are supported, the playback of all files is not guaranteed. There may be a specification change.
  • Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management) copyright protection cannot be played on the home audio system. To check if a WMA file is protected by DRM, right-click the file on the PC. If there is a [License] tab, the file is DRM-copyrighted.
  • When you listen to music via a home network, it may take some time to start, since each DLNA-compatible device has to recognize the component currently used.
  • Some content may not be playable with DLNA certified products.