Sony Ericsson’s outdoor Bluetooth™ speaker

Whether hanging out on a beach or enjoying urban life, the superior sound quality and cool design of the MS500 will impress all your friends.

Listen to your favourite sounds while on the move with the trendy Outdoor Wireless Speaker MS500. A first for Sony Ericsson, the colourful and powerful Bluetooth™ speaker gives you a festival experience wherever you are or want to go!

Available in trendy orange and black or chic white and pink the MS500 speaker is the ultimate accessory for any dedicated pop rocker or dancing queen – small enough to fit into the palm of a hand and so light it can be taken anywhere and everywhere.

Sony ericsson ms500 bluetooth speeker

The MS500 speaker is designed for the outdoor environment with a durable splash proof shell and a handy strap which makes it perfect for attaching to a bag, or hanging from the wrist. This makes it an ideal outdoor accessory for everyday use and ensures your music will still be heard loud and proud.

Sony ericsson ms500 bluetooth speeker

The Bluetooth™ technology enables your phone to be used as a remote control to change tracks and increase volume, allowing you to just sit back and relax with music without the need to move. Simply connect the speaker to any mobile handset within a 10 metre range and in just seconds hear your favourite songs blast out, with clear treble and rich bass.

Additionally you don’t have to deal with the hassle of wires or the need of a charger as it’s powered by two AA batteries, which allows you to immerse yourself in music for up to five hours!

The Outdoor Wireless Speaker MS500 is compatible with most Bluetooth™ phones from Sony Ericsson and other brands.

Sony ericsson ms500 bluetooth speeker

The designer of the MS500 Wireless Outdoor Speaker, Leonardo Salzedo comments: “If I had to describe the MS500 speaker in three words, I would use the following; fun, compact and freedom. The word freedom has various meanings, as it refers to the speaker’s lightweight, small, splash proof shell, which enables you to take it with you everywhere and anywhere. No cables allow freedom of movement and a handy strap enables you to hang it from the wrist or attach it to clothing, so you have the ability to stylishly accessorise your life with music.”


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The Sony Ericsson MS500 speaker at a glance

Design

  • Colours: Black and orange (carbine hook) and White and Pink (white strap)
  • Materials: coloured plastic
  • Size: 113 x 83 x45mm
  • Weight: 155g with batteries/ 105g without batteries (2 AA batteries are included in the package)

Technology

  • Steaming music: Up to 5hrs
  • Efficiency: 2 watts
  • DSP for audio enhancement
  • Bluetooth™ version: 2.1 + EDR
  • Bluetooth™ profile: A2DP, AVRCP
  • Bluetooth™ profile: 10m

Compatibility

  • Most Bluetooth™ phones from SEMC and with A2DP, plus other brands

For further information visit http://www.sonyericsson.com/cws/products/accessories/overview/hbh-is800?lc=en&cc=gb

Source: Sony

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