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Sony Announces SRS-BTM8 NFC and Bluetooth Wireless Speaker

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  1. btarunr

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    With NFC technology you simply touch the speaker with your NFC-enabled smartphone to start streaming music with Bluetooth. Easy to carry anywhere in the house, the SRS-BTM8 can be used with AA/LR6 batteries or a mains adapter.

    The SRS-BTM8 portable wireless NFC Bluetooth speaker from Sony lets you enjoy music from your smartphone or tablet in high quality audio, anywhere in the house. What's more, thanks to built-in NFC** (Near Field Communication) technology, you don't even have to worry about pairing your devices if they're NFC-enabled.

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    All you do is touch the top of the speaker with your NFC-enabled smartphone or tablet and almost instantly your music will be pumping out into the room. When you want it to stop, just touch the speaker again.

    And if your smartphone or tablet isn't NFC-enabled? As long as it has Bluetooth you can still pair it with your wireless speaker quickly and easily.

    Let the music follow you
    So you're heading back from work, listening to a great album on your smartphone. You get home, take your earphones out, kick off your shoes. Then you touch your NFC-enabled smartphone (such as Xperia T and Xperia V) to your stylish SRS-BTM8 speaker and enjoy the rest of the album in rich, room-filling audio while you chill out on the sofa.

    When it's time to get ready for your night out, simply pick the speaker up by its built-in carrying handle and take it upstairs to the bedroom. The SRS-BTM8 is compact and lightweight so you can position it pretty much anywhere. You don't even need a plug socket – it can run off 4 AA/LR6 batteries for up to 20 hours of wireless playback.

    Even if a friend phones while you're busy getting ready, it's not a problem. Thanks to Bluetooth connectivity you can conduct the call hands free via the SRS-BTM8 speaker. So you can fix your hair and discuss the evening's plans without missing a beat.

    Great sound, great looks
    As you'd expect from any speaker from Sony, the SRS-BTM8 offers a natural listening experience. Despite its compact size, the stereo speaker packs plenty of punch with a 4W power output (2W + 2W) and delivers rich, detailed sound.

    What's more, the SRS-BTM8 has style to match its substance. Available in black or white finishes, its distinctive design will look good in any room in the house.

    Keeping things simple
    "With our range of wireless speakers, we want to make listening to music as easy and convenient as possible," says Lynda Lamraoui, Marketing Manager, Sony Europe, "and with NFC technology, it really couldn't be simpler. The SRS-BTM8 is the type of product you don't even have to think about using – and that's when technology is at its best."
     
  2. tacosRcool

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    I have this little iHome iHM60GT and they sound amazing!

    http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004OA733E/?tag=tec06d-20

    Sony if you can make it nice and cheap or justify the price, we will see how good your speakers are (cuz we know Sony speakers/headphones/car speakers are a mixed bag)
     
  3. Sasqui

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    ^ I have the Logitech "Mini Boombox" about the size of a coffee cup, and puts out sound that belies it's size. Batteries run for more than 8 hours on a charge... it's awesome.
     
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    I am still awaiting a model that packs some real wattage. like maybe 50watts rms or more...I wish more things were Bluetooth capable.
     
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    I've been thinking the same thing for years. For the most part, it's a standardized format and virtually every smartphone has it, and more laptops.

    I have always been curious about sound quality limitations through BT. My best BT stereo headset sounds quite good through my Droid.
     
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    Same.
     

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