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Sony's SRS-BTM30 Bluetooth speaker now FCC approved


Remember all those stereo Bluetooth devices Sony unloaded a few months back? Yeah, those. Well, if you're the type who thinks that streaming music over Bluetooth is a good time then you'll be more than stoked to find the FCC seal of approval now affixed to Sony's 6-watt, SRS-BTM30 Bluetooth speakers. These speakers support the A2DP profile of course and will pump audio for 15-hours off 3x AA alkalines according to the user manual posted on the FCC site. And yeah, you can control the volume wirelessly as well just as long as your audio source supports the AVRCP profile. But you already knew that, right? Otherwise, go ahead and anchor yourself to the AC wall jack and the line-out from your fave audio device, the BTM30 likes it both ways. Already loosed in Japan so with any luck, they'll be showing up Stateside on the quick for right around $100.

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