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Sony MEX-BT5100 MP3 Player with Handsfree Bluetooth

by Sony

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  • Sleek dark titanium front panel with motorised flip out front panel and illuminated panel display in choice of 3 colours (blue, red, green)
  • DRIVE-S HX for uncompromising sound and extended durability of the CD drive
  • 52x4W S-MOSFET amp delivers window-shaking power and reduced distortion
  • Sony's Quick-BrowZer allows you to quickly browse your music collection for easy access on the go
  • CD / CD-RW / mp3 / WMA / ATRAC (from USB only) / AAC playback

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.2 x 17.8 x 5 cm ; 1.2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.4 Kg
  • Item model number: MEX-BT5100
  • ASIN: B0011EAXEW
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Jan. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

Product Description

Manufacturer's Description

Release your music with built-in Bluetooth® (full function hands-free with on board mic), CD and multiple codec support. Brilliant white illumination and silver titanium panel.

Box Contains

  • Headunit
  • fascia
  • fascia case
  • cables
  • fittings
  • manual

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.4 out of 5 stars
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By James Stewart on 8 July 2008
    The Cd and Radio functionality are what I expected and great. The controls and function switches are positive and feel solid. The bluetooth connectivity to my samsung SG800 works and the microphone is acceptable. I have it in an elderly MX5 that is noisy and people can hear what I am saying even with the hood down. Marry the phone and the radio and it connects when the engine and radio turn on and off when I get out the car. One word of warning, if you are sitting in your car with the engine off, and ignition on and chatting on the phone and then start the car, the radio turns off momentarily and cuts you off. No major issue though.

    I have the optional Ipod doo-hickey (AX110IP) to connect the radio to my Ipod. Sounded great and my expectations were high; no more lose CD's rattling around in the car. Problem is the scrolling through the music (80Gb) is painful, you can choose Artist, Albums or playlists. Then you have to scroll one by one through them. (1 or so seconds per artist/album) The player also always starts with the first album alphabeticaly and plays track 001. It does not take long before you hate that track. Playlists or the shuffle tracks is the way forward. Moving or holding the selector arm down makes no difference and the manual is nonexistant for the Ipod bit. I am also thinking of getting a 2GB ipod shuffle so I can put my "driving" music on it and not have the other stuff. Hence the 4 stars..... Oh yes the sound is full and good through standard issue Mazda speakers!
    New car image hifi gave fantastic customer support. Thank you
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. O. Palin on 23 May 2009
    Very good all round:
    Nice array of feature that have been well thought through.
    Great audio quailty, lovely crisp and clear reproduction
    Bluetooth connected with no problems to my M3100 SPV
    Voice calls are handled very well, clear communication, voices are presented well.
    Menus and phone books work well. The joystick controls the menu and even in my low/hard suspension car I have no difficulties working it by touch when I'm watching the road.

    The only negative side is the contacts for dialing are stored in the unit, that maybe different if you have a Sony phone. But you have to dial the number or recieve a call from the number before you can store it in the phone book. Then you can assign a name to the number.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tech-junkie on 19 May 2009
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    I used this for around 9 months. It's great for handsfree calls and streaming audio from my W880i was awesome. The only reason I'm not still using it is that my new car had a better integrated stereo with built-in handsfree.
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    By Aj Harris on 12 July 2010
    This is a great stereo, I can bluetooth it with my Dell Streak and listen to the music streamed. You can also skip tracks that are streamed using the head unit, which I couldn't do with my old iPhone 3GS!!!

    I do have one issue with it though, and that is that people who I am talking to always say they can't hear me very well, I can hear them fine...

    I notice that no-one else has this issue so perhaps someone could tell if there is a setting somewhere I have missed?!
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