LAS VEGAS, Jan. 7 // -- CES -- Playing the music you've saved on your phone through external speakers without any wires is the simple beauty of the Bluetooth(TM) Music Receiver MBR-100. You can then play it in hi-fi quality by simply plugging the receiver into your hi-fi stereo or your car stereo and streaming the music on your stereo Bluetooth(TM)-equipped phone through the speakers.
The MBR-100 comes with 2 different cables, an RCA cable and a 3.5 mm input cable so it can fit almost any audio device at home or in the car. This means that once your phone is paired to the MBR-100, you simply have to walk into its range to accept an automatic invitation on your phone screen to play your music as loud as you want. As the music plays through the speakers you can use your phone as a remote control, with the ability to play, pause and skip to next track.
Compact, light and portable, the MBR-100 has a rechargeable battery which means it's easy to take with you. Finished in glossy black, it will look good while you let all the music out, through your home stereo or your car stereo in great quality sound.
The MSRP for the MBR-100 is $79.95 and will be available from early Q1 2007.
Facts and Figures for Bluetooth(TM) Music Receiver MBR-100:
Bluetooth(TM) Music Receiver MBR-100:
3.5 mm input jack music cable
3.5 mm RCA music cable
Standard Charger CST-61
Weight: 19.1 g / 0.67 oz
Size: 78 x 26 x 14 mm / 3 x 1 x 0.55 in
Talk time: Up to 12 hours
Standby time: Up to 300 hours
Profiles: Bluetooth(TM) Handsfree 1.2
Compatibility with Bluetooth(TM) mobile phones of both Sony Ericsson and
other phone brands which support the standard Bluetooth(TM) stereo A2DP
profile for streaming music.
About Sony Ericsson
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications serves the global communications market with innovative and feature-rich mobile phones, accessories and PC- cards. Established as a joint venture by Sony and Ericsson in 2001, with global corporate functions located in London, the company employs approximately 7,000 people worldwide, including R&D sites in Europe, Japan, China and America. Sony Ericsson celebrated the 5th anniversary of the start of the joint venture on 1st October, 2006.
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Source: Sony Ericsson