Summary: The sound was initially pretty good, and fairly loud. The bass was decent, though at this price-point and size one has to reign in their expectations of how full the sound will be. After 4 hours of cleaning the house with music playing, the left speaker blew out and now there are nasty crackles that play during both highs and lows of any track. I'm now returning it and intend to put more money into getting a better quality device.
Summary: Packs a little bass for it's size, very pleased with the sound quality. Bluetooth stays synced up, even when its powered off. So if I already had it synced and I play music from my macbook or iphone while the speaker is powered off, it will automatically turn on and pick up where the song left off. Which is kind of cool! I've only had it for about a week but haven't had any issues with it yet so far. Wanted this speaker for a long time, amazon had the best deal on it.
Summary: I have it's little brother the D100 and the difference between the 2 is remarkable. This one sounds so much better. Not that there is anything wrong with the D100, but for the difference in price this one gives you much more bang for your buck. Pairing with my KFHDX was simple and fast.
Fantastic Bluetooth speaker for the money- looks, sound, and value
Thomas Nyisztor, Amazon
19 March 2014
Summary: The Creative D200 bluetooth speaker is an excellent speaker for the money. It has a nice footprint, beautifully designed (it actually looks like a product Samsung would design), simple and easy to use. The speaker sounded very good and does not elicit distortion at higher volumes. Obviously sound separation is an issue for speakers like these but they still do a good job of spreading the sound throughout a room. The speaker can get quite loud.
Summary: I cannot stream music to this speaker from bluetooth on my laptop and use the internet at the same time. If music is playing from my laptop to the speaker, browsing is impossible (e.g. loading Amazon.com so I could write this review took 30 seconds, before I turned off bluetooth altogether, then, zap, right away), and it causes the music to skip. This is on a late 2013 model macbook pro. It may not hold true for all computers, but it does for mine.