Wireless audio streaming from Bluetooth devices with high-quality stereo music at your fingertips! Bluetooth SIG Best of CES 2010 Winner.
Experience a whole new realm of audio freedom with the Creative Inspire S2 Wireless speaker system featuring Bluetooth® wireless technology. You can now stream music from any compatible stereo Bluetooth wireless device from anywhere in the room. Enjoy crystal clear audio from its two petite yet high-performance satellite speakers and the highly efficient Creative DIRECT-THROW subwoofer, which delivers dynamic mid bass - bringing your music to life instantly!
Ideal for notebooks, simply connect the bundled USB Bluetooth transmitter and turn your computer into a wireless entertainment station! With instant connectivity at your fingertips, take control of the music now with the Inspire S2 Wireless speakers.
Wireless refers to the wireless Bluetooth audio transmission between the Inspire S2 Wireless and wireless devices or the transmitter. Cables are still needed to connect the satellites to the subwoofer and are included in the package.
1 The BT-D5 is compatible with iPod touch (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation), iPod classic (this refers to the 6th generation iPod or later), iPod nano (3rd, 4th 5th and 6th generation - iPod nano 5th generation's radio feature not supported), iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4.
The performance from the speakers is very good. Across a range of games, music and video, the subwoofer adds that missing depth to proceedings, with the two satellite speakers providing a surprising amount of punch given their small size. We've been impressed with Creative speakers before, and the Inspire S2 are no different.
The Creative Inspire S2 Wireless Speakers, the winner of the 5th annual awards program, exemplifies all these characteristics and more, capturing the best in the evolution of Bluetooth technology.
The performance of the Inspire S2 Wireless speakers is equally pleasing when pumping music through them, be it from a computer or, in this case, an iPod touch. There's surprisingly good detail reproduction from the small satellites, and more presence than you'd expect if judging by appearances alone...