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Creative T6 Series II 2.1 Wireless Surround Sound Speaker System
Simply connect your Bluetooth stereo devices wirelessly to the speaker system and forget the hassle of wires, you are all set for high-quality audio.
The aptX audio codec ensures high-quality Bluetooth audio playback with its superior low-latency Bluetooth connectivity. Seamless wireless audio is now a dream come true.
You can now enjoy realistic surround sound for your favorite 5.1-encoded movies, games or music simply by plugging the speakers via a USB connection.
With the innovative Swivel-Speaker-Array design, you can switch from stereo to surround mode easily by rotating the top portion of each satellite speaker..
The powerful Creative SLAM™ subwoofer is tuned to perfection to bring you realistic heart-thumping lows for a completely engaging gaming or movie experience.
Two high-end drivers on each satellite bring you full-bodied mids and soothing highs for a pleasant all-rounded audio experience.
The speaker system's satellites can also be wall-mounted, making them ideal for TV speakers in the living room. Simply remove the detachable satellite desktop stands and they're ready to be mounted (brackets not included).
The handy all-in-one digital control pod gives you easy access and control over the speakers' functions. Select the audio source (Bluetooth, USB or AUX-in), adjust the volume or initiate Bluetooth pairing. For private listening, you can also output audio to headphones.
Control your speakers from across the room with the included IR remote. Select the audio source, adjust the volume or control music playback with ease.
The speaker system comes with the Creative BT-D1 transmitter, which will transmit the high-fidelity stereo sound wirelessly from your desktop or notebook - PC or Mac with its Bluetooth and aptX technology. That is not all, you can also get the BT-D52 transmitter for use with your iPhone and iPod. Also featuring the Bluetooth and aptX technology, you can just simply plug and play without any additional drivers to enjoy seamless audio!
1 Minimum system requirement: available USB port, 5.1 decoder software on PC/Mac.
2 The BT-D5 is compatible with iPod touch (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPod classic (this refers to the 6th generation iPod or later), iPod nano (3rd, 4th 5th and 6th generation - iPod nano 5th generation's radio feature not supported), iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4. The BT-D5 is not included in the package and can be purchased separately from Creative.com.
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7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Be careful of the overpowering uncouth subwoofer!Mar 02, 2014
By Ritenour/Grusin fan
This T6 series II is actually the successor of the not-so-well-liked Zisound T6. The cosmetics of the satellites has improved (the top of the satellites is now a shiny metal plate), and maybe some minor tweaks elsewhere in the subwoofer and electronics.
Overall, the weak point of this system is similar to that of the Zisound T6: the overly boosted and uneven bass response. Even at the minimal bass output level, the woofer is exceedingly boomy. Worse, at this lowest setting, there are times when the music sounds like it has light bass, and then at certain bassy parts, the bass suddenly ramps up in your face! This is a sure sign of very uneven bass response and poor crossover tuning. This alone makes the T6 series II very unpredictable in bass behaviour, just like its predecessor, and unworthy of music-heavy use. Probably can pass muster as a home theatre sound system for the undiscerning.
The immediate solution that comes to mind is to use equalization to tame the subwoofer. Set the output to the lowest level and then use a 1/3-octave EQ to adjust how it resonates in the placement area. Avoid putting it in corners, raise it high off the floor, and do not have the passive side radiators pushing air into anything nearby. You should get a tamer bass character when there is lots of bass in the music, but in the quieter passages, the bass may then sound slightly lacking. Try figuring out the crossover point to the satellites and use equalization to smoothen the bell-shaped frequency response and uneven Q. (just a reference for this term; see [...])
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Absolutely Awesome SoundFeb 05, 2014
By S. E. Platt
These speakers are very good!! While typing this review, I'm jamming Grover Washington Jr. and these speakers are delivering very crisp sound - the Tenor Sax, percussion, piano, vocals, and strings are all very clear from the lowest volume to a full blast. Earlier today I jammed some Hip-Hop, R&B, Classic Soul, and Soft Rock; the music was equally as enjoyable. I am very glad I purchased this set of speakers. I love being able to switch sources with the remote and with the "pod". With my Surface docked, I use the USB connection but this thing can also stream through Bluetooth. The small footprint desktop speakers (also wall mountable) are very nice looking and feel much better than the lighter speakers I played with in the stores.
I really don't think I could be happier with any other set of speakers. The Creative T6 Series II "Wireless"... speaker system are worth giving a shot. I believe these are newer than the Zii speakers that are also sold on Amazon (at a higher price than I paid for these). The specs are very similar. I haven't tried the sound with a movie yet but I expect the same quality. I can't speak to the durability as I've only had the speakers for a very short time.
I'm not an audiophile so I can't give you a very good "technical" review but I do listen to a lot of music across genres and the Creative T6 Series II ... Speaker System handles them all well.
0 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Five StarsDec 05, 2014
By William Leara
great design, great sound. can't step away from the computer--sounds too good!
0 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Four StarsJul 21, 2014
By Kim Young-Jung
Not Bad. Good!