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Saturday, 17 March 2007 13:35

Creative introduces Xdock for iPod

Written by Enis Abazovic

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CEBIT 2007: Play music in your home trough X-Fi wireless receiver

 

 If you ever wonder how to listen your favourite tracks from iPod and still enjoy good sound from your audio system in your living room, your bedroom or even your bathroom without carrying it or cranking up the volume, Creative has an answer and a new cool toy made just for that.

 

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Xdock can accommodate your iPod and transmit audio waves in Xtreme fidelity without any wires in your home up to range of 30 m. It can be connected to powered speakers or home theatre system directly to play music, photos or videos in DTS surround sound.

For even better music experience there is X-Fi Crystallizer technology from Sound Blaster X-Fi cards which can enhance your MP3 tracks by analyzing and identifying which parts of the audio stream have been truncated or damaged during MP3 compression. Xdock can reproduce sound in multi channel environment by using X-Fi CMSS-3D technology.

 

You can control up to 4 wireless receivers via remote control but you can hook up to 10 wireless stations and use it in broadcast mode to simultaneously play music on all of them.

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