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Sony Ericsson MW600 Stereo Bluetooth Headphones

Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson

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  Good for HTC Desire

| | See all EfffBeee's reviews (1)

I like the simple and useful design of this bluetooth headset. It syncs great with my HTC Desire, and the controls work well, although it doesn't show the track name with the HTC but it does with iTunes on a Mac.

The headphones are comfy and can be replaced if they wear out, as the unit is separate to the headphones.

They charge with a mini USB charger which comes with it, but useful as the HTC has the same type of charger. Definitely worth it, especially if it's on special offer.

  Amazing set!

| | See all vin100uk's reviews (1)

these have excellent earphones, just like those that come with SE mobiles. The battery has lasted me a week without any charging needed and I've used it for at least 10 hrs. All the buttons work with my HTC Desire HD except for fast-forwarding/back on tracks but volume and track changing works great. No sign of the "John" if a contact in my phonebook calls though but I assume that must be only for SE phones maybe. I would definitely recommend these!!

  Absolutely Quality

| | See all meiklemagic's reviews (1)

I purchased this item a few weeks ago. All i can say is quality... The issue which most people are having is the volume control...... The volume control is only reponsive once synced or on fm radio. If its in nither then it doesn't respond.... from my experience anyway.

Sound quality is awesome with the in ear buds and multi sync is also another great feature.

Best of all..... PS3 compatible.... YES PS3 COMPATIBLE

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| | See all SwaggaMuffin's reviews (4)

Does what it says on the tin. Would've preferred a normal volume control but this one just takes getting used to.

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  Work great with HTC Desire

| | See all HarveyD73's reviews (1)

Always wanted Bluetooth headphones for use with my mobile but never found any at the right price. But at 17.99 I couldn't resist. These work great with my HTC Desire. Paired up no problem and all the function buttons work (which I didn't expect). Now I can watch my movies on the train without all the wires getting in the way of the screen. Just one note to mention I used my own headphones as the ones supplied seem to be standard Sony Ericsson ones and my Sony Walkman ones are much better but at least you have the option to use your own! Excellent product.

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  Poor Radio performance, poor feature execution

| | See all DrK2010's reviews (1)

Very disappointing
The FM radio is very poor. It is exceptionally prone to interference. Every time you touch the unit it affects the signal quality for better or worse. As a consequence dont expect the RDS name to appear for stations unless you are luck and can no doubt see the transmitter. From my experience with the W960 and W810 they had far better reception and maintained a higher quality of signal. There are no station presets. You need to scan your way across the airwaves to get your stations of choice it does remember the last used station which is one thing. Remember this is a disconnected product in the sense that it cannot be controlled by a phone or PC. There is no radio app to use. I had a W960 last and it had the track ID feature that could identify most songs and give you more details but nothing like this with my X10i now. So the radio is very basic maybe worth a fiver IMHO.
The Bluetooth integration is OK but limited. When in radio mode you get a beep every couple of seconds to tell you of an incoming call. And it is time to get familiar with your contacts numbers again because on the display that is all you get no name. Dont expect to be told about a new SMS txt though they come in silently under the radar. To switch from radio to playing from phone or PC you need to initiate the change from the mode selector on the MW600. The selector uses the capacitive pick up volume control to allow you to choose the mode that you then confirm by pressing the playpause button. It is a two handed operation because you are gripping the unit by the selector!
There is no track name or MP3 data when playing despite quote See which track is playing listed as a feature. You are told nothing about the track. PC or phone makes no difference. The display then is pretty but not useful in any way a user might expect.
I got this device because I wanted to listen to the radio again because it is not a feature of the X10i. It maybe an Android limitation but it is annoying nonetheless. I already had a pair of Bluetooth headphones I was quite happy with so I now feel pretty unimpressed with the whole MW600 X10i combination. I can't help but feel SE could have done better with two if its latest and greatest releases.
Sorry if this is hard to read but PLAY insist on no punctuation symbols LOL.

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| | See all iNimesh's reviews (1)

well worth the wait! i paired this with my iPhone 3GS and the sound is absolutely incredible. I am amazed at the sound quality especially when using the supplied headphones, which are very comfortable to say the least. Although some functions are missing for the iphone such as skip forward and back it does the job very well of not having a wire attached to my phone and not being in the way every time i want to look at my phone. the display on the device is crisp and sharp. The volume control is a very nice touch as it is touch sensitive with no buttons to press - i keep it half way and its more than enough. In addition, although you cant control the volume on the iphone for music when attached to any bluetooth device you can during a call which very handy if you dont want to fiddle with the controls on this tiny device. excellent all round and good for any bluetooth enabled device.

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  Paired with SE Aino

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Excellent sound quality and noise isolation. Very comfortable to wear. Useful FM radio built in, no need to be paired to use this.
Annoying left cord much shorter than right cord, neither of which are very long. Cords too short to use the handy display properly - the unit has to be attached to shirt collar/top button. Earphones can be replaced with own choice tho' if seeing the display is important. Volume control is fiddly and unresponsive.
I bought these to replace the set that looks identical that comes with the SE Aino. SE don't sell Aino replacements separately (get this sorted, Sony!). Annoyingly, the new set doesn't fit the Aino charger nor provides the antenna for the Aino FM radio.
Could so easily have been 5 stars.

  Paired with SE Satio phone and it is Superb

| | See all ukgebe's reviews (1)

Absolutely love this, only had it 2 days now after 2 months of it being on pre-order. Paired with a Sony Ericsson Satio phone it works great, shows song titles, can skip songs, control volume, can even walk around my house with my phone on the desk and it still sounds as good as if I had a wired set plugged in.
Comes with a pair of decent Sony earphones too

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