Reviews and Problems with Creative Sound Blasteraxx SBX 8
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Nice sound, average value, so-so Windows 8 support.
Kevin Nicholls "jaded, aging hipster", Amazon
10 December 2012
Summary: While I adore my Lenovo Thinkpad W520, from day one, I've hated the internal speakers. They were tinny, and clipped, and... awful, hateful, terrible speakers. So, I've mostly used headphones or earbuds. Getting the SBX8 was kind of a treat.
Summary: At $100, the Creative Soundblaster Axx SBX8 is a great portable speaker to bring on the road. But it does have some limitations that might make you question whether it's worth the investment or not. The SBX8 is small - not much bigger than a soda can.
Good Solution If You Are Disappointed with your Laptop's Mike and Speaker
Joseph "jck09", Amazon
7 December 2012
Summary: Summary: This is a pretty good choice, but only if you want exactly what this product offers. It's a very compact combination speaker and microphone that plugs into a USB port and uses USB power.
Summary: Got this with a lot of anticipation, after getting it I immediately made a skype call and my friend on the other side told me they could hear the clicking of the fan on my computer. Moved the device everywhere, turned on cancellation and utilized the Noise cancellation... no change.
Summary: We gave our previous little speaker away to a friend and needed one for the kitchen as my wife likes to have some music on while she's cooking. Happy wife = happy husband and all that :) Anyway.
Summary: Standing at approx 6.5"and 3" wide, this speaker is basically a plastic tube covered in fuzzy fabric. The touch controls on the top light up when it's connected to a power source - in my case my laptop - via the USB cable.
Summary: Creative Sound Blaster Axx SBX 8 is the smallest of the 3 SBX's. As such there should be a clear market for such a small speaker. Sadly I can't think of one. Surely if you are big on sound to the point of spending clost to a hundred pounds you may as well choose Sound Blaster's superior, larger...
True plug and play but the sound quality is only average
21 July 2012
Summary: The SBX8 is the smallest of Creative's new range of Axx devices, said to combine Creative's expertise in sound processing and loudspeakers in one. The Axx range are all hexagonal columns of varying size, containing stacked speaker drivers and the latest sound processing chip.