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Creative Labs' Pure Wireless Modularity Event Coverage - So, How did it all sound?

Creative Labs is rapidly expanding on its wireless product range and today we have the very latest from their most recent product launch in Sydney, Australia.

| Trade Shows | Posted: Jun 2, 2011 2:36 pm
Manufacturer: Creative Labs

So, How did it all sound?

 

During our listening tests we were very impressed with nearly all aspects of the sound quality on offer when combining the modules together and especially the boost in performance on offer when the subwoofer gets paired.

 

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Various male vocals sounded rich and textured with a powerful live presence that filled the room with the most amazing clear and dynamic audio we have heard outside of a studio or boutique speaker shop.

 

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This was not traditional PC audio we were hearing; Creative has done away with that notion completely. Rather, we are talking proper Hi-Fi level audio quality for about one quarter the price on average. And without digressing, it's important to remember that a big part of what's on offer here is remarkable value.

 

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The mid range sounded fantastic nearly all of the time with only a couple of moments when the subwoofer crossover got in the way of the 'main' channels. By this we mean that a little hump could be heard just around where the crossover lies, which effectively sounded like a small doubling of a couple of bass notes. But honestly, this was the only little thing that came up for us during listening.

 

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At this stage we have not heard any of the new headphone models, so nothing can be said about how they sounded on the day unfortunately.

 

Also interesting to note is that between the source device, a traditional 2.4GHz frequency is used to communicate, but between the modules as they get added, a higher 5GHz frequency is used.

 

The operating range for these components is also 24-bit, which means that everything heard back will be heard with only the highest detail and clarity, as this is the standard for many high end mediums.

 

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