Sony MEX-BT2500 in-car Bluetooth CD tuner aids safer communication on the road

Gadgets, Mobile phones


With the new UK regulations on using a mobile phone whilst driving now in full force, Sony are but one company appealing to you to use their product to enable you to make safe phone calls whilst driving, as well as being able to enjoy your CDs and streamed MP3 music on the go.

The MEX-BT2500 connects automatically to your mobile phone via Bluetooth, and has a super-sensitive built-in microphone, which means there’s no need to use a headset or install a hands-free kit.

The MEX-BT2500 conforms to the Bluetooth A2DP specification, which means you can stream music to the device, and it happily pairs up with a Sony Walkman or other Bluetooth MP3 device. Non-Bluetooth MP3 players can be connected by using Sony’s TMR-BT10 accessory that plugs directly into the headphone socket.

The MEX-BT2500 features advanced shock damper technology that ensures skip-free CD tracking, and also boasts ‘zero visibility’ operation (no wires, cradles or mouting suckers) for increased security.

Available from March, price to be confirmed.

Andy Merrett
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