Travelsound ZEN X-Fi 70AB239000012
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- Dock your ZEN X-Fi and turn it into a portable sound system. Enjoy your music while recharging your player.
- Stylish design with high-performance micro-drivers to deliver crystal-clear audio in wide stereo.
- Charge both your player and speaker batteries when connected to a power source.
- USB port lets you connect to your PC for player content management.
- FM antenna works with the player's tuner to let you enjoy your favourite radio programmes.
- Speaker power: 650mW RMS per channel (2 channels), Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR): 75db, Frequency response: 180Hz ~ 20kHz
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Sporting a compact and minimalist design, the speakers let you share the hits out loud with your friends. This portable speaker system comes with two 36mm micro drivers, giving an extra boost to the player's audio performance. You can even charge both the TravelSound ZEN X-Fi and the ZEN X-Fi (when docked) via the mini USB port. There is also a retractable stand to stabilize the speakers, and no separate cables are required as the line-in plug is moulded to the speakers for easy convenience.
Top customer reviews
They are compact and give crystal clear sound. They have an internal battery which is a refreshing change from the zen v travel dock (which they have ceast to make now only £18 months or so into production which is a crying shame) and the creative travel dock which require normal batteries. Also when connected to the power supply it charges both the mp3 player and the onboard battery which is handy.
Anyone expecting the sound to be anywhere near as good as the zen v travelsound speakers will be disapointed. True enough these speakers are 60 pounds cheaper but i did expect them to be better. Little or no bass at all. No volume control on the speakers, they are governed by the player itself. The speaker stand is a bit pathetic and is likely to break if your not to careful. The most annoying thing is that i bought it on the creative labs website and no where does it mention about not having the power supply adapter supplied with it. Normally the write up says (power supply not included) when one isnt present but nothing at all is mentioned hence i assumed one was present. Thankfully i could use the one from my zen v dock with a usb convertor on the end so i didnt have to shell out a further £20 on a creative adaptor.
This would push up the cost to around £60 for these speakers and personally i dont think they are worth that as they arent half as good as the zen v travel dock hence the 3 stars. The zen x fi is a brilliant mp3 player but i feel the speakers dont do it justice. Personally i would have prefered to pay more money and have the speakers as good as the zen v version.
As the title says no thrills but they do the job, loud enough for a caravan or hotel etc... but just dont expect to hold a rave with them :)
I don't profess to be a sound buff so all I can say is that I found them to be better than any other portable speakers - I love the sound from them
General construction is good apart from a scandlously fragile pop out stand. Also lack of mains adapter is miserly. But for these two points I would have given them a 5.
Here I am back on the 20th April 09 and guess what? The stand broke off my daughter's speakers last week and I told her she should have been more careful. Today the stand broke off my speakers and worse still I didn't even do anything to cause the breakage.
TIP. If the stand does break off DO NOT try to construct any sort of metal stand. I accidently pierced the battery and threw the speakers out the bedrom window as they went on FIRE!!!!
Well it is now 2014 and I thought that I should report that the playing time has reduced to less that 4 hours!
It gives extremely high quality sound at quite a high volume.
only one small negative point the instructions omitted to say that to get the higher volume out of the unit you must first unlock the players volume restriction in the x-fi system menu for which you need to enter a pass word, if one is not set up its "0000" once done the unit is worth every penny it does pay to buy a charger for both units, x-fi + travel sound can then be charged together or played off the mains if required.
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