Creative offers 2.1 wireless speaker system

Creative offers 2.1 wireless speaker system

Computers have one flaw – they are usually surrounded by tons of cable, which makes them difficult to manipulate. Thanks to certain technologies, though, cable can be minimized, yet you can still enjoy computer power and multimedia to the max. The Creative T3250 2.1 speaker system does exactly this for you.

The T3250 is Creative’s latest offering when it comes to wireless speakers with Bluetooth technology. The new company product is a 2.1 sound system that tries to combine excellent sound with an affordable price. The T3250 comes with Creative Image Focusing Plate (IFP) that allows the speaker system to achieve a wide acoustic sweet spot with better sonic directivity, while preserving tonal accuracy. The sound produced is also improved by the incorporated Creative Dual Slot Enclosure (DSE) that acts as a fully functional port tube that delivers better mid-bass reproduction. The subwoofer of the speaker system is custom-tuned for excellent bass performance. The integrated Bluetooth technology allows end users to stream music from devices that include tablets, smartphones, notebooks and others. Analog devices can also be connected via the integrated 3.5mm jack. The T3250 offers an audio control pod with Power On and Off buttons, Bluetooth and volume control buttons.

The new Creative T3250 measures 147 x 70 x 75 mm (satellites) and 222 x 183 x 183 mm (subwoofer) and weighs 2.1 kilograms. The device achieves an operating range of up to 10 meters and supports the SBC codec.

The new Creative sound system will be commercially available in August 2014 when it will sell for USD 69.99.

Source: Creative

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