Sony NWZA826KB 4GB Video MP3 Player With Free Sony SRS-BTM30 Bluetooth Wireless Speaker (Worth £69.99) @ play.com just £79.99(RRP £199.99) - HotUKDeals
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Sony NWZA826KB 4GB Video MP3 Player With Free Sony SRS-BTM30 Bluetooth Wireless Speaker (Worth £69.99)

Specifications
MP3 Player Specifications
4GB with capacity of up to 2,450 songs or 15 hours of video files.
2.4" QVGA (320x240) high brightness screen for superior colour reproduction. Plays video horizontally or vertically.
Built-in Bluetooth (AVRCP1.3 A2DP) - easily stream your music to compatible products (car audio, mini hi-fi, wireless headphones, etc).
Ready to use straight out of the box with built-in rechargeable battery.
Pair with other Bluetooth devices including your Bluetooth phone (music cuts out when you receive a call).
Stylish new design featuring a lightweight, durable aluminium body.
High quality 30 frame p/sec video playback for outstanding clarity from even fast-moving images.
Superb sound quality from 3 built-in audio technologies: Clear Stereo, Clear Bass and DSEE digital sound enhancement.
Plays most popular music formats: mp3, AAC (non DRM), L-PCM and WMA (DRM).
Compatible with popular video formats MPEG4 & AVC (H.264/AVC).
Listen for longer - incredible battery life of 36 hrs music or 10 hrs video.
Intuitive operation from mobile phone-like interface and menus.
Transfer video and music from your collection via simple drag-and-drop, Windows Media Player or Sony's easy to use Media Manager.
JPEG viewer with slideshow mode.
Easy video file delete function.
Weight: 65g
Dimensions: (w)50.2 x (h) 93.6 x (d)9.3mm

Speaker Specifications:
Battery life (H): 10.0
Bluetooth Compatible Profile: A2DP/AVRCP/HFP/HSP
Bluetooth Output: Bluetooth Class 2 (2.5mW)
Bluetooth Specification: Bluetooth version 2.0
Dimensions (WxHxD) in mm: 280x111x140
Driver unit: 9mm, dome type
Frequency band: 2.4GHz band (2.402 GHz - 2.480 GHz)
Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz
Mega Bass: Yes
Magnetically Shielded: Yes
Modulation Method: FHSS (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum)
On/Off function: Yes
Output Power: 3W + 3W = 6W
Power source: AC power adaptor DC (Battery 3 x AA) Built-in AC transformer
Signal range (reception area): Line of sight 10m
Speaker Impedance (Ohms): 4.0
Speaker System: Bass reflex Full range
Volume Control: Yes


So i ask is this worth it and is it any good? I have an ipod nano(latest one) but the bluetooth has me interested.
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#1
Superb gadget! Must be a misprice. These walk all over iPods!
#2
Sony SRS-BTM30 Bluetooth Wireless Speaker review (not the best one)
http://www.trustedreviews.com/multimedia/review/2008/05/28/Sony-SRS-BTM30-Bluetooth-Speakers/p1

Verdict

All-in-all Sony's attempt at producing a decent Bluetooth speaker system is a big disappointment. They're not easy to set up and use, sound quality is distinctly average at loud volume and Bluetooth reception is also nothing to write home about. You might be able to forgive all this if they were cheap, but here you're in for yet another disappointment: at £75 the SRS-BTM30s are expensive and definitely not worth the price.
#3
These products are over-priced in the first place. Not worth no where near the RRP. Just warm for me.
#4
Not sure about this deal check these 2 alternatives

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5138111/Trail/searchtext%3E16GB.htm THIS is ARGOS 16g for £97.86

or this 4gb

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5134445/Trail/searchtext%3EWALKMAN.htm also at Aros for £68.49

I think the speaker aint worth it get the 16gb one for £97 then your getting a much better deal - WHAT YOU THINK
#5
Even without the Bluetooth speaker, it's still a Music/Video player at half the price of a certain other inferior media player which is so popular with the cerebrally challenged.

Wouldn't have one myself, I've tried media players and they are now occupying useful drawer space waiting for their turn on Ebay but seems cheap if you can use one.
#6
I had the 4Gb version when it first came out, it died in less than 24 hours, the system crashed and would not boot up again. The bluetooth headphones that came with it kept cutting out when you would move your head.

I think I will wait and see what the next generation ones are like before taking the plunge again.

On the plus side the sytem was brilliant to use and the sound quality beat any iPod I have heard
#7
Ive got the 8 gig version of this mp3 player and ive got the speakers.... Ideal for out in the garden running off batteries... but if you plug the speakers into the wall then the sound is amazing, loud and clear.
Im more than happy with mine, what a bargain !!!
#8
So some mixed review on this, i took the plunge as its basically just for work and the speaker will be in a bedroom.

Will proberly sell my Nano as i can get most of the outlay back.
banned#9
Can you use ordinary headphones with this or is it bluetooth only?
#10
Reviews on play.com say it comes with normal headphones.
banned#11
DelBoySmiffy
Reviews on play.com say it comes with normal headphones.


Thanks for the reply.

Actually the review says " you do not receive bluetooth headphones in this bundle" but it doesn't say if it comes with normal headphone or if it can use normal headphone.
#12
I read between the lines. :thumbsup:
#13
Frequency response: 20-20,000 Hz

Ha ha ha ha ha! :lol:
#14
Now up to £99.99 - don't know if this is grounds to expire it? :(
#15
I bought the 8gb version with bluetooth headphones for £129.95 a few months ago. I use it mainly for the gym but I would never go back to wired headphones again. Yes, the sound from the wired headphones is better but the freedom you get from being wireless is brilliant. You can also use the headphones on your PS3 and any bluetooth enabled laptop, PC etc
#16
Back down to £79.99, mine arrived today

How do i unexpire this?
#17
Can a mod un-expire this as its back to £79.99

Must say i am well happy with it, sounds great in my bedroom, so simple to set up too, highly recommend this.

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