Philips has launched two new music systems, the BTM628 and BTM630, that will stream music wirelessly thanks to the inclusion of Bluetooth connectivity.

The Bluetooth Wireless Music System systems will stream music from any Bluetooth phone, wireless iPod docking cradle or a PC within a 30 foot radius.

Referencing the iPhone in the press release, Philips state that with the increase of music-playing mobys they saw a need for this kind of product.

Non-Bluetooth features include a USB Direct connection for portable USB MP3 players, the ability to play MP3-CD or WMA-CD, while the BTM630 plays and charges an iPod with its integrated dock and plays MP3 or WMA music from a SD or MMC card.

The systems also offer one touch MP3 digital recording in 2X speed and CD ripping without the need for a computer.

So what if you're merrily streaming your tunes and you phone rings? The devices allow users to switch between telephone calls and music playback thanks to a full Duplex speaker phone with a built-in microphone and caller ID display so you can chat conference-call stylee and than switch back to your muzak.

States-only info available just now - the BTM628 will be available in September 2007 and the BTM630 will be available in August 2007 both at $199.