Sony MEX BT2500
Product Type: Sony in Car Audio
Description:Model ID MEXBT2500.EUR / Sony MEX-BT2500 - Radio / CD / MP3 player - Xplod - Full-DIN - in-dash - 52 Watts x 4 / MEX-BT2500, Sony's new AM/FM CD receiver for the car with Bluetooth technology, multi-tasks as both a CD player and a wireless streaming device. Drivers can make safe, ... more
Sony MEX BT2500 ... safe, hands-free phone calls, listen to MP3 formatted CDs or wirelessly connect to Bluetooth-compatible digital music players on the road.
The MEX-BT2500 head unit, the company's second audio-streaming AM/FM CD receiver with wireless Bluetooth technology, is easily paired with compatible Bluetooth enabled cellular phones. Up to five different phones can be linked to the receiver so the whole family can enjoy connectivity. An integrated microphone behind the faceplate eliminates the need for additional wiring, so the installation process is as quick and easy as an ordinary car stereo. Additionally, noise cancellation and echo reduction technology serve to enhance phone call clarity.
Music-storing phones with Bluetooth technology supporting A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), including some Sony Ericsson Walkman phones, will allow audio streaming from the handset to the MEX-BT2500 head unit.
For drivers who carry their music libraries on Bluetooth-enabled digital music players, the MEX-BT2500 unit supports both wired and wireless playback. Using Bluetooth technology, it's easy to play, pause, skip, fast-forward or back up songs. Key information including album, artist and track appears on the display through the wireless connection.
For non-Bluetooth digital music players, you can connect through the front auxiliary input on the front of the car stereo with an audio cable (not included). The CD player supports multiple codecs, including MP3 and WMA.
The MEX-BT2500 car stereo delivers 52 watts across four channels to help ensure rich, clear sound. Blue key illumination looks good in nearly any dashboard, while the detachable faceplate provides an added measure of security.
Newest Review: ... to find the disc you want or having to fiddle around under seats or in the boot to change a cd. 2. Bluetooth- connects easily ... more
Customer Sony MEX BT2500 Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/09/10 (Useful, 113 readings)
What we have here is a low/mid range in car stereo cd system. Whats that I hear you saying..?-Only low/mid range? WAIT- don't let my initial wording deceive you, Of course I wasn't lying when I made my judgement , but I wasn't exactly telling you the whole truth either. Let me explain... What in fact we do have here with the Sony BT2500 is the Ford Focus of car stereos. The everyday, workhorse that does what it says on the tin- no messing-no ifs or buts- just plain old fashioned-put the disc in and go- car stereo. No, it's never going to be your top end of the market Bose sound system but what do you want for your money....let's face it, if your already reading ... Read the complete review
by kevin jones - written on 03/03/08
Very good hifi for the car. I was very suprised at its quality and the sound is awsome.The bluetooth feature is superb and the music streaming with the sony fm transmitter is top qualityOnly one problem, Make sure you got the r type alpine door speaker which are 100 watts each and the stereo will really blow you away and for even better sound quality use the sony mp3 player 8gb cant remember the model now and wind the graphic pure bass up and you have got a superb sound systemK Jones. Ludlow. Shropshire.