The Philips BT2500's slim design and budget price make it an appealing, travel-friendly mini Bluetooth speaker.
The Sony MEX BT-2500 is a good option for those looking to spend no more than $200 on a Bluetooth-enabled in-car stereo. Its straightforward design and intuitive controls make it easy to use, but its limited calling capabilities and poor outgoing sound quality let it down.
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The $50 BT2500 is ultraportable and sounds comparatively decent
The Sony MEX-GS600BT's App Remote function is not very useful without a dashboard mount for your phone, but everything else about this full-featured car stereo makes it easily recommendable.
Sony's MEX-BT2500 reviewed
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The Sony MEX-BT2500 is a value-for-the-money car stereo with decent audio features and sound quality, Bluetooth calling, and audio-streaming capabilities. If you can live with the muddy call quality that the system's built-in microphone delivers, then the stylish and intuitive MEX-BT2500 is a good entry-level option.
Sony releases entry-level Bluetooth car stereo
For the price, the Sony MEX-BT2600 is an impressive all-in-one in-car communication and entertainment device.
The MEX-BT5100 is a good all-in-one option for those thinking of investing in a in a decent stereo and a hands-free speakerphone.