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May 20, 2008

Putting the Nokia MD-5W to Work

by Darla

I've mentioned in the past that I have mega playlists on my device(s) and love to listen to them wherever I am.  Now since I don't have an N78 to utilize the FM Transmitter ability, nor do I have a cool car where I can  just plug my device into and somehow connect it to the auto speakers.  So, my solution?  Using the my Nokia MD-5W  bluetooth speakers.

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Now I might be the only fan of my music collection but I try not to torture my passengers.  After having it posted in my bathroom for the longest, I decided to see how powerful it would be in the car.  Plugged up to the Nokia car charger, the MD-5W produces loud and crisp.  It's also a great solution for speakerphone.  I made a few calls and had a few conversations while driving.  Many said that it sounded much better than when I use my BT headset.  Go figure.

Lol, now I know its not a booming car system, but it makes me happy.  Drives others nuts though, but hey... they can walk if it bothers them that much. :)

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Anthony

Darla, have you thought about what will happen if you have to hit the brakes hard?!!

Darla

@Anthony,

Are you talking about the placement of the speaker? It sits on the dashboard or if no one is in the passenger seat I sit it there. If I were to hit the brakes really hard the only thing that would happen is it would slide.

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