Creative Introduces Xdock Wireless For iPod
Creative introduced the Creative Xdock Wireless, which docks an iPod and plays music in "Xtreme Fidelity" (X-Fi Crystalizer and X-Fi CMSS-3D technologies) via Creative X-Fi Wireless Receivers in any room in the home. The Creative Xdock Wireless also connects directly to a powered speaker system or home theater system to play video, photos and music in DTS surround-sound. The Creative Xdock Wireless is designed to work seamlessly with the iPod and has been certified by Apple under the Made for iPod programme.
The Creative Xdock Wireless has a line-out for connection to powered speakers, which also functions as an optical-out to your home theater for DTS surround-sound. It also features S-video and composite video-out connections, so digital photos and videos stored on an iPod can be displayed on a TV screen. There's then a wireless remote to navigate the iPod menu, adjust volume levels, and activate X-Fi Crystalizer and X-Fi CMSS-3D. The device docks and charges an iPod and includes line-in for connection of other audio devices.
The Creative Xdock Wireless plays music up to 100 feet away without requiring a wireless network, via Creative X-Fi Wireless Receivers. There are 2 different modes for music playback: broadcast and individual zones. In broadcast mode, multiple Creative X-Fi Wireless Receivers can receive music in different rooms of the home. In zone mode, a user can turn on or off up to 4 different Creative X-Fi Wireless Receivers independently, to listen to music only in desired rooms. Each Creative X-Fi Wireless Receiver can be controlled with its own remote, to activate X-Fi Crystalizer and X-Fi CMSS-3D, adjust volume, and control music playback.
The Creative Xdock Wireless, part of the Made for iPod programme and designed specifically for use with the iPod with video, iPod photo, iPod mini and iPod Nano, will be available for S$299.00. The Creative X-Fi Wireless Receiver will be available for S$149.00. Both products will be available in March 2007.
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