New Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Media Viewer MMV-100

Posted: Mar 9 2004, 12:30am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:21pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
New Sony Ericsson Bluetooth Media Viewer MMV-100
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The Sony Ericsson Bluetooth accessory MMV-100 plugs directly into a TV or digital projector, to allow users to send images from a mobile phone to a large screen via Bluetooth™ wireless technology.

MMV-100 can handle ‘many-to-one’ connectivity. It also enables the transfer of AMR and MP3 audio files directly from a Bluetooth™-equipped mobile phone enabling music files to be enjoyed through the television’s speakers.
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MMV-100 Specifications:
The MMV-100 supports the following Bluetooth™ profiles: File Transfer Profile (FTP), Object Push Profile (OPP), and Basic Imaging Profile (BIP). It can be used with the Sony Ericsson phones K700, S700, P900, P800, T630, T610 and T68i (functionality may vary depending on phone). The MMV-100 connects to a TV or projector through the SCART or via stereo audio/video RCA cable and there will be variants for both PAL and NTSC formats.



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