Review: Sony Ericsson MW600 Bluetooth Stereo Headset with FM Radio
5 July 2011
Conclusion: Is the MW600 worth the $60 or so (cheaper if you hunt) it costs? I’d say that’s a Yes. Being able to lounge out in the yard with my phone inside the house and not have to worry about where it is, is nice. Phone calls effortlessly answered with the touch of a button and my music muted is just plain easy on the brain.
Excerpt: February 2010 By Olav Hellesø-Knutsen MW600 is the latest high-end Bluetooth headset from Sony Ericsson. It was announced in November last year as a companion accessory to the Xperia X10. In some markets, the X10 sales package will have the MW600 included. While the style and probably price would match the X10 very well, it can be used with most other devices as long as it support one of the supported Bluetooth Profiles which are Hands-Free Profile v1.5 ( HFP ) Advanced...
Review of Sony Ericsson MW600 Stereo Bluetooth Headset
19 July 2010
Conclusion: If you’re looking for a bluetooth stereo headset you can’t go wrong with the Sony Ericsson MW600, it works perfectly, has great battery life and the headphones even sound good. The MW600 is well made, and the display is nice, it even shows text information from radio stations when available. The range is on the MW600 is very good, exceptional actually, it works right through walls. I can easily recommend it if you’re looking for a very good stereo bluetooth headset.
Pros: Nicely made, Easy to use, Long range, Good battery life, Can use other headphones, Shows text when available
Cons: Might be considered expensive, Controls are very sensitive
Excerpt: It seems that if you have a bluetooth headset hanging out your ear you risk be labeled a “blue-tool”, but if you have your headphones on, that’s OK. If you worry about such things, I recently received a solution in the Sony Ericsson MW600 Hi-Fi Wireless Headset. While designed to work with Sony Ericsson phones, the headset will work with most mobile phones with Bluetooth. I was able to successfully use it with an HTC G1 and Samsung Devour.
Pros: Music controls, Stereo audio for music, Integrated microphone, Flexibility to use your own headphones, Standard Micro-USB plug for charging
Cons: In-ear buds not for everyone, Included headphones a little thin on the bass
Conclusion: If you've been disappointed with Bluetooth headsets in the past, or you regularly find yourself in situations where you want to keep your phone out of harm's way but still listen to music on it, then the MW600 seems to fit the bill well, and delivers excellent sound quality with reasonable battery life.
Pros: Great sound quality, decent battery life
Cons: Full functionality only works with Sony Ericsson phones
Excerpt: Sony Ericssons løsning kan føles lidt kluntet i formatet sammenlignet med de flade konkurrenter. At den har en skærm er godt, men hvorfor er den rettet bort fra dig? Knapperne er gode, bortset fra den mærkelige touchvolumen, som man hele tiden roder rundt i. Derimod er det et stort plus, at man får FM-radio med i købet. Som headset duer de fint, og bare man bytter hovedtelefonerne ud med nogle bedre, så lyder musikken også godt.
Pros: Ventemodus tiden, Radio og skærm, Kan benytte egne hovedtelefoner
Produkttest: Sony Ericsson MW600 Bluetooth Stereo Headset-Adapter mit Radio
18 November 2010
Excerpt: Lange Laufzeit, gute Sprachqualität…aber fummelige Tasten. Wer unterwegs gerne Radio hört und auf der Suche nach einem Bluetooth Headset ist hat nicht gerade die große Auswahl. So kam es denn auch dazu, dass ich auf meiner Suche beim Sony Ericsson MW600 gelandet bin. Einem Bluetooth-Headset-Adapter mit integriertem FM Radioempfänger, bei welchem auch eigene Kopfhörer angeschlossen werden können.