CNN: For 2008, Sony makes a minor update to its entry-level Bluetooth-equipped car stereo.
The MEX-BT2600 retains many of the positive features that we liked in the MEX-BT2500, including Bluetooth hands-free calling, the capability to play songs streamed via the A2DP Bluetooth profile, and support for a range of digital audio formats.
Changes to the system include different button labeling, a mic-level control, and some new expandability options.
The MEX-BT2600 follows the basic chassis and faceplate design of the current crop of single-DIN entry-level Sony stereos, which we saw most recently in the CDX-GT420U. A rotary dial provides the main control interface and is surrounded by six buttons for one-touch access to the system’s major features…