Overview of Nokia MD-5W wireless speakers

Wireless speakers, one piece, from Nokia I managed to get used just a couple of days ago. I usually test devices for a few days (talking about accessories), the headset takes from four days to two weeks, depending on the device. But these speakers are not a headset at all, this thing is much simpler. On the other hand, while I had the MD-5W in my hands, I sometimes caught myself thinking: “Well, here is https://cars45. com/listing/kia/borrego, now you can listen to music from your phone and on the speakers without wires - they survived. Remember, the first headsets for music on old, old music phones? Well, Siemens SL-45i, for example? By the way, not the worst headset, if only because it was possible to stop/resume playback by pressing the central key. After that, the market was essentially silent until the introduction of the HPM-70, with a whole range of earbud headsets, and now wireless stereo solutions, speaker stands, or just portable speakers are flourishing. And now wireless speakers from the phone manufacturer. Indeed, they survived.

The speakers are covered with silver panels, the holes are one to one. All controls are concentrated on the front panel of the device, on the back there are connectors for charging and connecting to the phone using a cable (3.5 mm), the charging connector is thin.

Also, four AA batteries can be placed under the removable cover, which, as you already understood, means that the device is quite self-sufficient (like a bear sucking its paw) and can work away from a power outlet.

As for the controls, the joystick has the rewind, Play/Stop, and stereo widening buttons. The black square surrounding the joystick contains the on/off, volume up/down, call answer/end buttons. The keys are pressed easily, but I didn’t really like their course, it’s somehow a little tight. However, this does not interfere with the management. The light indicator cheerfully winks at us in red, blue and purple from the area of ​​​​the left speaker, it does not look quite elegant, it would be better if the indicator was written somewhere in the black panel. To enter the MD-5W into pairing mode, you need to turn on the device and keep your finger on the power button (oil oil) for a few more seconds until the indicator starts flashing rapidly with different lights. I am talking about this because our readers often ask how they can make devices see each other.

I tested the speakers with a SonyEricsson P990i phone, it's even more interesting than with devices from Nokia.

Pairing happened without any problems, the MD-5W was connected to the smartphone, I turned on the player, and suddenly the connection was interrupted. No sooner had I entered the menu to reconnect, as she recovered. Then in the player I went to the "Transfer sound" menu, chose the MD-5W and finally enjoyed the sound of these speakers. Of course, I enjoyed it - that's a strong word. There is a volume reserve, but it is not large, there are no wheezing at the maximum, there is bass, but, as it were, cut down. In general, for an office, a small party, and showing off in front of peers, it will be enough. All keys work adequately, except for rewind, it does not work at all, only from the phone.

But that's not all I can say. When you press the stereo expansion button, the quality changes, not drastically, but noticeably, it becomes more pleasant. Also, I have suspicions that with Nokia N91 8Gb the sound will be completely different, much more pleasant, loud and of high quality.

Honestly, I did not expect this to happen, however, everything worked out. Here, it was already possible to appreciate the sound, in principle, not so bad, at the level of inexpensive computer speakers. Everything worked flawlessly with JetAudio, speaker control worked well, but there was no rewind within the song.

Conclusions

The sixth sense tells me that this accessory will not be particularly consumed, does not contribute to the thirst for possession, and the price is about 3500 rubles. By giving this money, a person gets the opportunity to listen to music without attaching a phone to the speakers, the sound, let's say, is of average quality, but the speakerphone works well. Yes, there is a cool design here, the device can work in autonomous navigation (I'm not talking about the operating time, because you can put either ordinary batteries or powerful batteries in it, with batteries it will live for a couple of days in the country for sure), it can be connected to a computer It's nice to receive it as a gift. There is a suspicion that they will buy the MD-5W as a gift, it is gratifying that it can work not only with Nokia phones, but also with any others, as long as A2DP is supported (and there are also players with Bluetooth).

Overview of Nokia MD-5W wireless speakers

Wireless speakers, one piece, from Nokia I managed to get used just a couple of days ago. I usually test devices for a few days (talking about accessories), the headset takes from four days to two weeks, depending on the device. But these speakers are not a headset at all, this thing is much simpler. On the other hand, while I had the MD-5W in my hands, I sometimes caught myself thinking: “Well, here is https://cars45. com/listing/kia/borrego, now you can listen to music from your phone and on the speakers without wires - they survived. Remember, the first headsets for music on old, old music phones? Well, Siemens SL-45i, for example? By the way, not the worst headset, if only because it was possible to stop/resume playback by pressing the central key. After that, the market was essentially silent until the introduction of the HPM-70, with a whole range of earbud headsets, and now wireless stereo solutions, speaker stands, or just portable speakers are flourishing. And now wireless speakers from the phone manufacturer. Indeed, they survived.

Do you know what particularly annoyed me when I looked at the MD-5W? Joystick - yes, yes, a black square in the middle. Somewhere I saw it, but here's where - I couldn't remember. I even specifically asked the "Nokians" at a recent presentation where this form was still used, however, I did not receive an answer.

Later, I wandered along the transition to the "Alexander Garden" and remembered the interesting nicknames of our members of the forum (SashikKakashik, for example). Among the interesting nicknames, Mr. Bormann, a well-known lover of everything oriental, also surfaced. Immediately I remembered that the mentioned gentleman has an interesting site - and then I remembered where I saw this joystick. Look at the photo of Toshiba 803, does it remind you of anything? In general, I was extremely happy that I caught the elusive association by the tail and can share it with you.

Let's move on. The review, as you already understood, is pre-holiday, there will be several digressions from the main topic, but this should not worry you, they are directly related to our topic. We will not adhere to the accepted format, I will behave like an akyn - speakers are under my nose, what I see, I sing about. I liked the design of the thing, it is expensive, the same can be said about the plastic - in the middle it is black, glossy, easily slammed, blackness occupies the entire back of the speakers.

The speakers are covered with silver panels, the holes are one to one. All controls are concentrated on the front panel of the device, on the back there are connectors for charging and connecting to the phone using a cable (3.5 mm), the charging connector is thin.

Also, four AA batteries can be placed under the removable cover, which, as you already understood, means that the device is quite self-sufficient (like a bear sucking its paw) and can work away from a power outlet.

As for the controls, the joystick has the rewind, Play/Stop, and stereo widening buttons. The black square surrounding the joystick contains the on/off, volume up/down, call answer/end buttons. The keys are pressed easily, but I didn’t really like their course, it’s somehow a little tight. However, this does not interfere with the management. The light indicator cheerfully winks at us in red, blue and purple from the area of ​​​​the left speaker, it does not look quite elegant, it would be better if the indicator was written somewhere in the black panel. To enter the MD-5W into pairing mode, you need to turn on the device and keep your finger on the power button (oil oil) for a few more seconds until the indicator starts flashing rapidly with different lights. I'm talking about this because our readers often ask how they can make devices see each other.

I tested the speakers with a SonyEricsson P990i phone, it's even more interesting than with devices from Nokia.

Pairing happened without any problems, the MD-5W was connected to the smartphone, I turned on the player, and suddenly the connection was interrupted. No sooner had I entered the menu to reconnect, as she recovered. Then in the player I went to the "Transfer sound" menu, chose the MD-5W and finally enjoyed the sound of these speakers. Of course, I enjoyed it - that's a strong word. There is a volume reserve, but it is not large, there are no wheezing at the maximum, there is bass, but, as it were, cut down. In general, for an office, a small party, and showing off in front of peers, it will be enough. All keys work adequately, except for rewind, it does not work at all, only from the phone.

But that's not all I can say. When you press the stereo expansion button, the quality changes, not drastically, but noticeably, it becomes more pleasant. Also, I have suspicions that with Nokia N91 8Gb the sound will be completely different, much more pleasant, loud and of high quality.

Overview of Nokia MD-5W wireless speakers

Wireless speakers, one piece, from Nokia I managed to get used just a couple of days ago. I usually test devices for a few days (talking about accessories), the headset takes from four days to two weeks, depending on the device. But these speakers are not a headset at all, this thing is much simpler. On the other hand, while I had the MD-5W in my hands, I sometimes caught myself thinking: “Well, here is https://cars45. com/listing/kia/borrego, now you can listen to music from your phone and on the speakers without wires - they survived. Remember, the first headsets for music on old, old music phones? Well, Siemens SL-45i, for example? By the way, not the worst headset, if only because it was possible to stop/resume playback by pressing the central key. After that, the market basically went quiet until the introduction of the HPM-70, with a whole range of earplug headsets, and now wireless stereo solutions, speaker stands or just portable speakers are flourishing. And now wireless speakers from the phone manufacturer. Indeed, they survived.

Do you know what particularly annoyed me when I looked at the MD-5W? Joystick - yes, yes, a black square in the middle. Somewhere I saw it, but here's where - I couldn't remember. I even specifically asked the "Nokians" at a recent presentation where this form was still used, however, I did not receive an answer.

Later, I wandered along the transition to the "Alexander Garden" and remembered the interesting nicknames of our members of the forum (SashikKakashik, for example). Among the interesting nicknames, Mr. Bormann, a well-known lover of everything oriental, also surfaced. Immediately I remembered that the mentioned gentleman has an interesting site - and then I remembered where I saw this joystick. Look at the photo of Toshiba 803, does it remind you of anything? In general, I was extremely happy that I caught the elusive association by the tail and can share it with you.

Let's move on. The review, as you already understood, is pre-holiday, there will be several digressions from the main topic, but this should not worry you, they are directly related to our topic. We will not adhere to the accepted format, I will behave like an akyn - speakers are under my nose, what I see, I sing about. I liked the design of the thing, it is expensive, the same can be said about the plastic - in the middle it is black, glossy, easily slammed, blackness occupies the entire back of the speakers.

The speakers are covered with silver panels, the holes are one to one. All controls are concentrated on the front panel of the device, on the back there are connectors for charging and connecting to the phone using a cable (3.5 mm), the charging connector is thin.

Also, four AA batteries can be placed under the removable cover, which, as you already understood, means that the device is quite self-sufficient (like a bear sucking its paw) and can work away from a power outlet.

As for the controls, the joystick has the rewind, Play/Stop, and stereo widening buttons. The black square surrounding the joystick contains the on/off, volume up/down, call answer/end buttons. The keys are pressed easily, but I didn’t really like their course, it’s somehow a little tight. However, this does not interfere with the management. The light indicator cheerfully winks at us in red, blue and purple from the area of ​​​​the left speaker, it does not look quite elegant, it would be better if the indicator was written somewhere in the black panel. To enter the MD-5W into pairing mode, you need to turn on the device and keep your finger on the power button (oil oil) for a few more seconds until the indicator starts flashing rapidly with different lights. I'm talking about this because our readers often ask how they can make devices see each other.

I tested the speakers with a SonyEricsson P990i phone, it's even more interesting than with devices from Nokia.

Pairing happened without any problems, the MD-5W was connected to the smartphone, I turned on the player, and suddenly the connection was interrupted. No sooner had I entered the menu to reconnect, as she recovered. Then in the player I went to the "Transfer sound" menu, chose the MD-5W and finally enjoyed the sound of these speakers. Of course, I enjoyed it - that's a strong word. There is a volume reserve, but it is not large, there are no wheezing at the maximum, there is bass, but, as it were, cut down. In general, for an office, a small party, and showing off in front of peers, it will be enough. All keys work adequately, except for rewind, it does not work at all, only from the phone.

But that's not all I can say. When you press the stereo expansion button, the quality changes, not drastically, but noticeably, it becomes more pleasant. Also, I have suspicions that with Nokia N91 8Gb the sound will be completely different, much more pleasant, loud and of high quality.

Honestly, I did not expect this to happen, however, everything worked out. Here, it was already possible to appreciate the sound, in principle, not so bad, at the level of inexpensive computer speakers. Everything worked flawlessly with JetAudio, speaker control worked well, but there was no rewind within the song.

Conclusions

The sixth sense tells me that this accessory will not be particularly consumed, does not contribute to the thirst for possession, and the price is about 3500 rubles. By giving this money, a person gets the opportunity to listen to music without attaching a phone to the speakers, the sound, let's say, is of average quality, but the speakerphone works well. Yes, there is a cool design here, the device can work in autonomous navigation (I'm not talking about the operating time, because you can put either ordinary batteries or powerful batteries in it, with batteries it will live for a couple of days in the country for sure), it can be connected to a computer It's nice to receive it as a gift. There is a suspicion that they will buy the MD-5W as a gift, it is gratifying that it can work not only with Nokia phones, but also with any others, as long as A2DP is supported (and there are also players with Bluetooth).

Overview of Nokia MD-5W wireless speakers

Wireless speakers, one piece, from Nokia I managed to get used just a couple of days ago. I usually test devices for a few days (talking about accessories), the headset takes from four days to two weeks, depending on the device. But these speakers are not a headset at all, this thing is much simpler. On the other hand, while I had MD-5W in my hands, I sometimes caught myself thinking: “Well, here’s https://cars45.com/listing/kia/borrego, now you can listen to music from your phone on speakers without wires - survived." Remember, the first headsets for music on old, old music phones? Well, Siemens SL-45i, for example? By the way, not the worst headset, if only because it was possible to stop/resume playback by pressing the central key. After that, the market was essentially silent until the introduction of the HPM-70, with a whole range of earbud headsets, and now wireless stereo solutions, speaker stands, or just portable speakers are flourishing. And now wireless speakers from the phone manufacturer. Indeed, they survived.

Wireless speakers, one piece, from Nokia, I managed to take a popolzovatsya just a couple of days ago. I usually test devices for a few days (talking about accessories), the headset takes from four days to two weeks, depending on the device. But these speakers are not a headset at all, this thing is much simpler. On the other hand, while I had MD-5W in my hands, I sometimes caught myself thinking: “Well, here https://cars45.com/listing/kia/borrego https://cars45.com/listing/kia/borrego , now you can listen to music from your phone on speakers without wires - they survived. Remember, the first headsets for music on old, old music phones? Well, Siemens SL-45i, for example? By the way, not the worst headset, if only because it was possible to stop/resume playback by pressing the central key. After that, the market basically went quiet until the introduction of the HPM-70, with a whole range of earplug headsets, and now wireless stereo solutions, speaker stands or just portable speakers are flourishing. And now wireless speakers from the phone manufacturer. Indeed, they survived.

Do you know what particularly annoyed me when I looked at the MD-5W? Joystick - yes, yes, a black square in the middle. Somewhere I saw it, but here's where - I couldn't remember. I even specifically asked the "Nokians" at a recent presentation where this form was still used, however, I did not receive an answer.

Later, I wandered along the transition to the "Alexander Garden" and remembered the interesting nicknames of our members of the forum (SashikKakashik, for example). Among the interesting nicknames, Mr. Bormann, a well-known lover of everything oriental, also surfaced. Immediately I remembered that the mentioned gentleman has an interesting site - and then I remembered where I saw this joystick. Look at the photo of Toshiba 803, does it remind you of anything? In general, I was extremely happy that I caught the elusive association by the tail and can share it with you.

Let's move on. The review, as you already understood, is pre-holiday, there will be several digressions from the main topic, but this should not worry you, they are directly related to our topic. We will not adhere to the accepted format, I will behave like an akyn - speakers are under my nose, what I see, I sing about. I liked the design of the thing, it is expensive, the same can be said about the plastic - in the middle it is black, glossy, easily slammed, blackness occupies the entire back of the speakers.

The speakers are covered with silver panels, the holes are one to one. All controls are concentrated on the front panel of the device, on the back there are connectors for charging and connecting to the phone using a cable (3.5 mm), the charging connector is thin.

Also, four AA batteries can be placed under the removable cover, which, as you already understood, means that the device is quite self-sufficient (like a bear sucking its paw) and can work away from a power outlet.

As for the controls, the joystick has the rewind, Play/Stop, and stereo widening buttons. The black square surrounding the joystick contains the on/off, volume up/down, call answer/end buttons. The keys are pressed easily, but I didn’t really like their course, it’s somehow a little tight. However, this does not interfere with the management. The light indicator cheerfully winks at us in red, blue and purple from the area of ​​​​the left speaker, it does not look quite elegant, it would be better if the indicator was written somewhere in the black panel. To enter the MD-5W into pairing mode, you need to turn on the device and keep your finger on the power button (oil oil) for a few more seconds until the indicator starts flashing rapidly with different lights. I'm talking about this because our readers often ask how they can make devices see each other.

I tested the speakers with a SonyEricsson P990i phone, it's even more interesting than with devices from Nokia.

Pairing happened without any problems, the MD-5W was connected to the smartphone, I turned on the player, and suddenly the connection was interrupted. No sooner had I entered the menu to reconnect, as she recovered. Then in the player I went to the "Transfer sound" menu, chose the MD-5W and finally enjoyed the sound of these speakers. Of course, I enjoyed it - that's a strong word. There is a volume reserve, but it is not large, there are no wheezing at the maximum, there is bass, but, as it were, cut down. In general, for an office, a small party, and showing off in front of peers, it will be enough. All keys work adequately, except for rewind, it does not work at all, only from the phone.

But that's not all I can say. When you press the stereo expansion button, the quality changes, not drastically, but noticeably, it becomes more pleasant. Also, I have suspicions that with Nokia N91 8Gb the sound will be completely different, much more pleasant, loud and of high quality.

A little about call functions. For the first time I see a product that works in this regard as it should. If you press the call button on the MD-5W, then the voice call is activated, press twice - , the last number will be dialed. With the 990th, the last did not pass, but the first - with a bang. When a call comes in, you press the answer button and communicate calmly, you don’t need to get very close to the speakers, everything worked great about thirty centimeters from the speakers. The interlocutor's voice quality is good, you can also hear well, without interruptions. However, if you install speakers in an office where there is a lot of electronic goodness around, then perhaps the voice quality will be different. After a couple of days, I got used to using the MD-5W at home - it's very convenient to talk without being distracted from typing, exercising or cooking delicious food.

Lastly, I decided to use a bold experiment - pairing with the AD-47W, the USB adapter included with the Nokia BH-500 Stereo Headset.

Honestly, I did not expect this to happen, however, everything worked out. Here, it was already possible to appreciate the sound, in principle, not so bad, at the level of inexpensive computer speakers. Everything worked flawlessly with JetAudio, speaker control worked well, but there was no rewind within the song.

Conclusions

The sixth sense tells me that this accessory will not be particularly consumed, does not contribute to the thirst for possession, and the price is about 3500 rubles. By giving this money, a person gets the opportunity to listen to music without attaching a phone to the speakers, the sound, let's say, is of average quality, but the speakerphone works well. Yes, there is a cool design here, the device can work in autonomous navigation (I'm not talking about the operating time, because you can put either ordinary batteries or powerful batteries in it, with batteries it will live for a couple of days in the country for sure), it can be connected to a computer It's nice to receive it as a gift. There is a suspicion that they will buy the MD-5W as a gift, it is gratifying that it can work not only with Nokia phones, but also with any others, as long as A2DP is supported (and there are also players with Bluetooth).