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Sony Ericsson Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Headset with FM Radio
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- 3.5 mm jack: Use any headphones with a 3.5mm pin to listen to the music on the phone; Fast automatic volume adjustment; High-quality dual channel sound for music; Caller ID; Full duplex echo cancellation
- Connect to two wireless devices simultaneously, allowing access to the music files in your computer, PDA or other Bluetooth -equipped devices
- The hidden depths of a mirrored OLED display illuminates the information you need while you stay mobile. Controls: Call control, On-off, Play-pause, Volume up/down (touch!), Next track, Prev track
- Listen to FM radio in your wireless Bluetooth accessory, while controlling it from your phone
- Kit contents: Headset (MW600), Headset (MW600) Headphones (HPM-78) upper part with small, medium and large ear buds, Charger; Talk Time: up to 11 hours, Stream Time: up to 8.5 hours, FM Radio playing time: up to 11 hours, Standby Time: up to 500 hours
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From the Manufacturer
This is not your everyday hands-free device. The Sony Ericsson MW600 packs a bunch of great features into a slim, stylish design. Plug in MW600’s sound-enhancing ear buds, or your favorite headset, and enjoy exceptional on-the-go audio with your phone tucked away in your pocket, purse or backpack. Crank up the FM radio when you go for a jog. Stream music wirelessly and let devices talk to each other via Bluetooth. All while never missing a call. And all in one sleek package.
FM Radio with RDS
There’s music in the air – just tune in and enjoy. The MW600 has a built-in stereo FM radio so you can enjoy the radio with or without the phone.
Whether it’s the incoming phone number or the radio station you are listening to, the bright built-in display allows you to stay informed.
Wireless Music Streaming
Stream high quality stereo music from your Bluetooth enabled phone, PC or tablet. Use the control buttons on the MW600 to pause or fast forward through your playlist.
Great Battery Life
Enjoy up to 10 hours of music playing time and up to 520 hours of standby time. Plus make sure you’re powered up with built-in battery gauge.
Swap Your Headphones
The MW600 has a 3.5mm plug built in so you can swap out your headphones and listen to your music in your style.
- Pair up to 3 devices and manually switch between them
- No phone required to enjoy the FM radio
- Handle calls, music, & FM radio with easy access control buttons
- 3.5mm connector compatible with most other headphones
- Convenient clip-on wearing solution
Color: Black | Package Type: Standard Packaging
Top Customer Reviews
After living with it for several weeks, I wanted to add an update. Overall, the unit still works well. The volume control still poses the issue everyone complains about but I can live with it. There is one additional design issue that rears its ugly head. The clip is a bit annoying. Depending on the type of shirt you have, the unit may need to be clipped upside down, making the headphone cord somewhat shorter. I'm not sure what shirt this unit was designed for but a U.S. mens dress shirt, the button holes are on the left (wearing the shirt) so you'll need to clip the unit upside down forcing the headphone jack to your right side, making the cord shorter. Wearing a shirt having a chest pocket can solve this but a lot of my shirts don't have a chest pocket. A symmetrical mountable clip would make this a better product OR a maybe a longer headphone cord. I still like this product a lot. I use it every time when making calls at the office and when listening to music every chance I get. Still happy with my purchase.
Great compact sleek sexy unit. Worth the price in my opinion. Volume control is different and should have been thought through a bit more but does not detract from the overall utility of this unit. Battery, pairing, and functionality works as described in product description/literature.
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I love this BT unit! I have been searching for something like this for a long time. I like to buy things that can provide utility in more ways than one. This one seems like it can fit the bill. This is my first experience with a Sony Ericsson product.Read more ›
The MW600 has a 3.5 mm jack, which allows you to use personal headphones, a big plus for me. The sound quality was excellent, and the Sony in-ear headphones that came with it reproduced wireless stereo sound very well. It has multipoint feature, because of which I was able to pair up to three devices as it claimed; my HTC Magic phone, Toshiba laptop and a Mac Pro. It allowed me to take calls from my phone seamlessly, the music stopped when a call came in and faded in again as I cut the call. Pairing with all three devices was seamless and without any problems, although I had to enter passcode "0000" with Mac Pro and PC as it mentioned in the instructions, but strangely not with my phone.Read more ›
BIG NOTE: *** New Addendum***The MW600 has been discontinued (I learned of this on 07/04/12)
According to Sony's website, the MW600 is "no longer available." That means that Sony is no longer making the thing nor selling it directly. To replace it, Sony has come up with two things that aren't the positively horrible MW1 (dragged down to a two-stars-out-of-five on Sony's own website... ouch!). The new models will be one without any display and a few control-buttons (which is currently being sold through Amazon) and one, the SBH50, which is basically the MW600 with a larger display, a physical volume control instead of the MW600's electrostatic slider, and an OLED display large enough to read your stream of text messages and caller-ids on--it even maintains the MW600's FM radio. The price-point is as yet unknown (it can only be found on Sony's global website, but intelligent speculation would put it somewhere in the eighty- to one-hundred dollar range. I am looking forward to buying one with my fingers crossed.
Why am I crossing my fingers? I haven't seen the SBH50 yet, but if Sony's engineers have done their jobs right, it will be an easier-to-use version of the MW600 with all the kinks worked out ahead of time in the international markets. If they *haven't* done their jobs right, the SBH50 could be another MW1 which all accounts say is a lemon on steroids.
The MW600 was an angelic product, (one that actually lists a half-hour battery life improvement on its replacement!) but when the current crop of them is gone, that's all there will ever be of them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have another one just like it and all I can say is that its a great item I have nothing bad to say about it its a really good product..Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Love the concept, but this model is poorly engineered. I've been through two of them and would really like my money back. The first one was DOA and I had to return it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by David O'
after 3 months did not turn on the light, the panel then 3 months later batteria not work, no load, not a good product. better price before $ 56. Read morePublished 7 days ago by eva
HIGHLY recommended product to listen to radio when doing housework etc. ! All my friends wanted one. Great gift!Published 18 days ago by Customer in Berkeley, CA
When it worked it was great! Unfortunately in just two weeks of use, it completely died. Luckily I was able to get a full refund.Published 1 month ago by GaryC
Surprisingly this gives better sound than my bose QC3 headphone which I spent over $300.
Not sure why some reviews say bad quality - maybe music files to blame? Read more