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Sony Ericsson MBS-100 Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Manufacturer: Sony Ericsson

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| | See all jrd4bry's reviews (1)

this speaker is the loudest ive herd for a mobile

it has great quality sound no hiss or crackles also very loud and clear


| | See all htidpat's reviews (1)

quality speaker, amazin deisgn and ya can take it where ever u go, defenetly impressed with this speaker!


| | See all moto83's reviews (3)

I'm using it with my K850i, the sound is fantastic considering the size. Not sure about the stated operating range of 10 meters though.


| | See all bowden's reviews (3)

Amazing speaker...loud...small...and wireless what more could you want
A must buy for any music lovers!
it is loads more louder than normal speakers well worth the price and mint, easy to connect also and long using hours


| | See all fartabout's reviews (1)

Using this speaker with a SE W910i, and I am impressed by its clarity and power... given its small size!

Volume is adjusted via the music source (mobile, computer etc).

As mentioned in other reviews, ensure your phone supports A2DP (Stereo Bluetooth)... check your manual or manufacturers website.

This portable speaker will certainly get a lot of use!


| | See all Mattca85's reviews (1)

I just got it today, seems to be fairly good when connected to my computer via line in, however I can't connect it to my Sony Ericsson w810i despite it being listed as a compatible phone on the Sony Ericsson website. Disappointing.

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  Surprisingly good!

| | See all clicko's reviews (1)

At the RRP of £50 these seemed a bit of a luxury, however at the current play.com price of £29.99 I thought I'd give these a go as Sony Ericsson stuff has always been pretty decent quality. (I remember the old Ericsson lazer pointers and bluetooth cars they made for their earlier handsets).

Anyway, you push and hold the bluetooth button, you search for the device just like a headset and pairing is complete. I'm using my Sony Ericsson Blob with my SE W910i from '3' and it works like a dream. Fantastic little speaker to take around with you, great in the kitchen and shower, and ideal for taking around when traveling with work.

The only real downside is I'm using my iPod less... and I always quite liked that!

As for people mentioning compatibility, just make sure your phone can support A2DP and there shouldn't be any problems... Chances are if you have a fairly new decent handset that plays music you'll be set, but it's a feature probably missing from the cheap pay as you go deals.

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  Impressed? You will be!

| | See all Dazzahh's reviews (2)

Wow. Mine arrived on Christmas Eve and I've been giving them plenty of use since. As small speakers go the clarity is good and the fact that they are re-chargeable means they don't suck power from your phone, after almost 2 hours use my battery had gone down by less than 15 %.
Very glad I made my purchase Thanks for another top product Play.com

  Check your walkman phone is compatible before buying!

| | See all vasman's reviews (1)

Just a quick word of warning I purchased this speaker last week only to find its not compatible with my Sony Ericsson W810i walkman phone. Pretty annoying. It's not enough for your phone just to be bluetooth enabled it must have the A2DP streaming technology as well. Most Sony Ericsson phones released in last few months seem to be ok but recommend you check Sony Ericsson website - this lists which phone models are compatible with MBS-100 speakers. So can't comment on whether speaker is any good.

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| | See all Insane's reviews (10)

A really small speaker that creates a lot of sound!
Great for pop music and just general music, but when you get to some hard rock, the bass gets a bit mashed but not so much that its unbearable!