Reviews and Problems with Creative BT-D1 USB transmitter
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BT dongle for APTX-compatible products
30 December 2011
Summary: By trekker99 "trekker99" I had already bought a WP-300 from Creative and found the sound quality from standard bluetooth on PCs really horrible. I decided to get this so that I can make use of the aptX codec the dongle provides. This is the main selling point of Creative's recent BT ear phones.
Summary: By gtdfthfxdnhtserg I bought it for my MM550 headphones, it does the job. Although it's hard to tell whether it's connected or not(after turned on or turned off it shows the same speed of lights), and the working distance is a bit too short(within 5-10m), and it can't handle very high volume...
Summary: By Derby The size of this USB Bluetooth transmitter will absolutely fool you in comparison to capabilities engineered into it. I use it to send music to Creative D100 and Creative D200 Bluetooth speakers. It is a plug and play item in the truest sense of the word.
Summary: By Abraham Arellano Avila I am using BT-D1 with my Creative's D100 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, my OS is Windows 7 64 bits. No problems pairing and the sound is very good, but the presence of frequent "pops" in the sound bothers me.
Summary: By Y. Nezhinsky "Computer Person" I got this for my Creative Labs WP-350 Headphones because the $2 Bluetooth dongle that I got did not support A2DP or EDP. So i bot this and it made the headphones sound amazing, but the cost was not justified when I found a dongle that can accomplish the same thing...
Work perfectly for pairing with Creative's D200 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker
9 August 2011
Summary: By Angela Streiff I have had great success using this Creative USB Transmitter with my Creative D200 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker. I have used this on both computers in my home, one running Windows XP and the other running Windows Vista. One a laptop and one a desktop.
Expensive and harder to connect to than the comparable products
1 April 2011
Summary: By SethST7 I am not affiliated with IOGear, but needed two and decided to buy a Creative Transmitter as well as the cheaper IOGear. IOGear was much more easier to deal with, and the software gives you an easy way to detect and connect.
Summary: By Richard B Hart I'm running Ubuntu 10.10, and I had to try pairing 2-3 times. It might have paired earlier... I found I had to go into my sound preferences, and change my output device to the itty bitty usb stick.