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Thursday, June 24, 2010
"The Creative Sound Blaster Wireless Music System arrived Technic3D. The wireless transmitter upgrades your PC to a wireless sound system. Simply plug it into a USB port, and stream music wirelessly to your powered speakers or home stereo system via the Sound Blaster Wireless Receiver - no cables or network configuration required. Enjoy your music anywhere in your home by adding Sound Blaster Wireless speakers and headphones? We will check this with the Headphones and Gigaworks T20W Speakers.
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Monday, May 10, 2010
"A number of years ago Creative was well known in several markets including graphics and sound cards. As time has progressed the company has evolved their product catalogue into areas which made commercial sense such as webcams and pocket video cameras and moved away from the graphics business. Their core products have continued to be audio related, whether it be portable media players, soundcards or headphone and recently they released some World of Warcraft branded headsets. Today we have the wireless model on our test bench, join us as we find out what effect it has on our gaming experience."
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Tuesday, March 16, 2010
"Creative's first-generation Vado HD may have fallen off the horse the first time we threw it in the ring in our mini HD camcorder roundup, but Creative has dusted the little guy off and come back for more. The new third-generation Vado HD departs from the first and second generations with a sleek new design, additional features like external microphone support and improved low-light recording, while oddly dropping in storage from 8GB to 4GB. Do these tweaks and a lower $180 justify snagging one over the likes of its many competitors? Let's find out."
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Friday, March 27, 2009
When it comes to configuring that new notebook computer, you have a lot of options to choose from. Everything from the screen size, processor, graphics, memory and hard drive can be optimized to fit your needs and your budget. Unfortunately there are still some standard components that don?t fully lend themselves to upgrades, such as the audio system.
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Tuesday, March 17, 2009
Creative's GigaWorks T40 Series II are excellent value and sound really impressive. However, serious music listeners or those creating their own music should spend more (about three times in fact) and get a pair of mini-monitors that will offer better clarity, neutrality, and overall balance. The GigaWorks T40 Series IIs also struggle with composure at high volume levels, but you can't complain too much considering the price. Hardly hi-fi or luxurious, the speakers are nonetheless compact, well built, and they sound great for general computer usage and when hooked up to an MP3 player.
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Friday, February 13, 2009
Creative designed the Vado HD so you can easily shoot all of life's spontaneous moments, and then come home and watch your videos on an HDTV - all with high-definition quality. You can upload the videos to your PC, or what's really cool is to watch them on your HDTV in almost-full HD quality. Some cameras, such as Pure Digital's Flip Mino HD, record HD video but don't let you output it in high definition to your HDTV. While Creative has got the convenience part right, video quality is disappointing. Despite the new lens, footage isn't as sharp as expected and colours are heavily over-saturated. Highlights also tend to bleach out, and we even noticed dropped frames. If it produced outstanding video quality you could excuse the hefty price tag. It doesn't, and there are better value products out there, such as Kodak's Zi6 (Best Current Price: 103)
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Monday, February 09, 2009
The right piece of the headset has controls for powering the device as well as putting it in pairing mode. You also have buttons for skipping between audio tracks and pausing which worked very well in Windows Media Player as well as iTunes on my iMac and the Blackberry Bold. A volume control is also present on the headset but instead of changing your desktop/notebook's volume, it changes the headset's volume levels.
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Monday, February 02, 2009
Relatively rich audio performance is assured by the 40mm Neodymium drivers, while the low-latency design and noise-cancelling microphone gives gamers good speech delivery. It's also a neat solution for online chat and Internet phone calls - the one-touch controls are optimised for Windows Live Messenger and Skype. The ear cups are a bit small too though, and don't fully surround your ears. The biggest selling feature of the HS-1200 is that it's wireless and very good for VoIP sessions. Gamers that require voice communication will also benefit. The microphone performs well and does a good job of blocking out outside noise. However, it's a different story for audio playback. Sound quality is average (bass in particularly is muddy) and the bundled software equalisers and filters don't add much. The EAX effects effectively add location-sensitive modifications to sound and X-Fi CMSS-3D makes sounds a bit more immersive, but it?s no audio revelation.
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Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Creative has been a leader in the PC audio market for as long as I can remember. In fact, the first Sound Blaster card hit the market almost 20 years ago, which can be considered an eternity in "computer years". During this time, Creative has launched about a dozen major soundcards, with their latest outgoing product being the Sound Blaster X-Fi series, which replaced the popular Audigy line a few years ago
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Thursday, August 21, 2008
Creative's wireless take on the world of wireless gaming sound hits a lot of strong spots (weight, comfort, ease of use, surround options with OpenAL), but still needs work in some areas and is not a good general-use replacement. Recommended, but with some caveats.
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Thursday, July 31, 2008
We check out Creative's Vado Pocket Video Cam to see if a compact, quality pocket video camcorder is possible, or just a video blogger's pipe dream.
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Tuesday, July 22, 2008
We put Creative's latest Zen X-Fi portable media player through its paces and see if the added X-Fi technology really works, or if it's just another gimmick.
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Friday, April 04, 2008
The Create Aurvana Live headphones sound good and are comfortable, but they are somewhat bulky.
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