Reviews and Problems with Creative TravelDock Zen Micro
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Creative Zen Traveldock Speakers
27 January 2006
Summary: If ever there was one item on a desert island this would come in the top ten. Its unique sound is hard to beat for the size. Compact with all accessories necessary to gain full potential and even a cute carrying pouch. I was not disappointed. Excellent buy
Summary: Although this product produces good quality sound, it does not connect directly into the original Zen MP4 player. From my viewing of the latest players on Creative's site it will also not connect directly to these either.
Summary: I bought this at the same time as my Creative Zen Microphoto and both are excellent - have truly transformed my listening experience for MP3s and I can now listen them all around the house with this nifty portable device. Very pleased indeed
Summary: I've used a few different portable speakers and I found them to be generally pretty disappointing due to weak and unpleasant sound and short battery life. I bought Creative's Traveldock 900 as a present and was amazed by volume and quality of sound.
Summary: Such a shame about these.So much going for them,but ultimately let down by their sound.Packed with features(four speaker cones,remote control,connectivity,great build quality,etc,etc)it really is a nice looking,sturdy bit of kit.BUT..
Summary: A brilliantly designed product, charges you Zen Micro, will allow it to sync with pc (via usb port, has a remote control and sounds pretty great as standard. Connect a basic amplified sub (I use a cheapo Labtec one from a spare 2.1 speaker set that cost less 25pounds) and you have a tiny bedroom...
Summary: This thing is one of the best purchases I've made in a very long time. The build quality and sound quality are exceptional. Creative provide you with a mains adapter plus continental plugs and everything else you need ( other than batteries ), which is more than can be said for a lot of companies.