Sony Shows Its First Bluetooth Personal Stereos and a Bluetoothy Boombox, Too

Sony rolled out a slew of its first Bluetooth stereos including this ZS-BT1 wireless boombox that receives Bluetooth signals via A2DP. It has a remote control, and the great-looking player actually sounds pretty damn good. You can also connect your music player via a line-in jack, and it has 10 AM and 20 FM station presets. It'll be available in August for about $150.

Also on display were Bluetooth micro systems including the $150 CMT-BX5BT that plays MP3 files and reads ID tags. It's pictured in the gallery, and a similar-looking model was the CMX-HX7BT, another micro component system that's satellite ready and has a digital amp with 50 watts per channel. It will retail for $300 in April.

See the gallery below for pics of these devices and more.

Sony Shows Its First Bluetooth Personal Stereos and a Bluetoothy Boombox, Too

Sony Shows Its First Bluetooth Personal Stereos and a Bluetoothy Boombox, Too

Sony Shows Its First Bluetooth Personal Stereos and a Bluetoothy Boombox, Too

Sony Shows Its First Bluetooth Personal Stereos and a Bluetoothy Boombox, Too

Sony Shows Its First Bluetooth Personal Stereos and a Bluetoothy Boombox, Too

Sony Shows Its First Bluetooth Personal Stereos and a Bluetoothy Boombox, Too