Sony's New Hi-Fi Shows Some A2DP Love

We wouldn't mind seeing this State-side. It's Sony's first Bluetooth-capable micro hi-fi. It packs A2DP love so you can wirelessly play your tunes from any other A2DP device, be it your cell phone, PC, or MP3 player. (A2DP is short for Advanced Audio Distribution Profile, which in a nutshell lets you stream music in stereo). If you have a Bluetooth device that doesn't support A2DP (loser), Sony'll hook you up with a free two-way A2DP dongle. The hi-fi (CMT-U1BT) also has a slot-loading CD player along with AM/FM radio. Not bad, Sony. We like. Though $465 US bucks is a lot to ask for this sucker.

Sony CMT-U1BT [via SlashGear]