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Creative Labs Xmod Wireless Music System with X-Fi Technology (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Add as many X-Fi Wireless Receivers as you like to get all that great Xtreme Fidelity music
  • Use remote controls with the Xmod Wireless transmitter or the X-Fi Wireless Receiver to play
  • Expand your stereo music and movies into virtual surround sound.
  • Restore the details and vibrancy your music and movies lost during compression
  • Listen to Xtreme Fidelity music and control playlists up to 100 feet (30 meters) away from your PC
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Product Specifications

Brand NameCreative Labs
Color Nameblack

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Creative Labs
  • Model Number: 70SB083000004
  • Color: black

Product Description

Product Description

Play music from your PC wirelessly in any room, Make your MP3s sound better than CDs, Connect in seconds - no configuration needed.

From the Manufacturer

From the Manufacturer

More than just a wireless music system, Xmod Wireless features X-Fi technology that makes your MP3's and other compressed music files sound better than the original CD. It plays all of the music from your PC wirelessly throughout your house and since it doesn't rely on your home network, there are no delays, dropouts or interference to deal with, and no IP addresses to configure. Simple to setup with no software, or drivers to install and works right out of the box.

Features

X-Fi Wireless Music System
Connect the Xmod Wireless transmitter to your PC and desktop speakers to enjoy Xtreme Fidelity music.

  • Play music from your PC wirelessly in any room
  • Make your MP3s sound better than CDs
  • Connect in seconds--no configuration needed

More than just a wireless music system... way more.
Upgrade your PC sound system to Xtreme Fidelity audio

  • Restore the detail and vibrance to compressed music such as MP3s and iTunes
  • Expand stereo music and videos into virtual surround sound
Connect

  • Connect the Xmod Wireless transmitter to your PC and desktop speakers in seconds, no drivers needed.

Enhance

  • X-Fi technology breathes life into your songs by restoring detail and expanding your music and movies to surround sound.
  • X-Fi Crystalizer technology restores the detail and vibrance to your compressed music and movies. All the highs and lows are intelligently enhanced so you'll hear everything in crystal clarity.
  • X-Fi CMSS-3D technology expands your stereo MP3s and digital movies into virtual surround stereo speakers or headphones. Voices are centered in front of you and ambient sounds are moved all around you
Wireless Technology

  • Experience Xtreme Fidelity music throughout your home
  • Enjoy a wireless system made for music - no delays, no dropouts and no home network needed
  • Wireless setup is simple - just connect the X-Fi Wireless Receiver to your home entertainment system or powered speakers in any room up to 100ft. (30m) away
  • Listen to ALL of your music wirelessly in Xtreme Fidelity--even Internet radio, podcasts, subscription music and songs purchased from iTunes
Control
  • Use the remote controls with the Xmod Wireless transmitter or the X-Fi Wireless Receiver to play, pause and skip through your music


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 5.7 x 9.5 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B000QW9DPU
  • Item model number: 70SB083000004
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

96 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Art Corvelet on August 31, 2007
The Xmod Wireless comes in 2 parts, a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter connects very simply to your PC via USB and it functions as a USB soundcard, applying X-Fi sound enhancement to any sound or music that is passed through it. Compressed audio like AAC, WMA and MP3 files are upscaled to 24 bit quality and surround sound effects can be added.

You have to experience this to appreciate it. It really does make your music sound better. Sometimes the improvement is more subtle than at other times, but the quality X-Fi provides really shines when you connect the receiver end of the Xmod Wireless to a good set of speakers that you might have in your theater or family room.

So, on to part 2 of the package. The wireless receiver. This enables you to control and listen to your music anywhere you place the receiver in your house. Your PC music collection is streamed around the house with top notch quality and fidelity. I have my receiver connected to my theater setup and the sound is fantastic. You can purchase additional receivers if you'd like to play your music in multiple rooms.

Cool things about the package overall. The range is great and there is no lag. Plus, it just works. You don't need to have your own network or anything running already. Just turn on the receiver and transmitter and away you go, nothing to fuss with. If you do have a network running, this won't interfere with it at all. I think both units are stylish as well. They fit right in with high end equipment and they are pretty small.

You also get a remote for each side and there are inputs so that you can connect an MP3 player. With the remotes, you can skip tracks, pause tracks, turn on and off the X-Fi features, etc.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By D. Cook on July 12, 2008
This gizmo allows me to play the same music in several different locations at once.

With airport express you can only connect to one reciever at a time and only while using iTunes. I also tried Sondigo Siracco which not only has the limit of one reciever but is technically challenging. I would have to reboot the PC several times to get it to work and then it would have buffering issues causing the music to cut out.

The Xmod works great. Easy to set up in the control panel and so far I have been able to connect to three different receivers at the same time including one that is poolside - about 75 feet away out doors. (I believe the limit is 4 recievers at one time.) I am not sure what will happen if my neighbors start using a set.

I also can play music in my office at the same time by connecting my powered speakers to the audio out of the transmitter. This works great for when we have parties.

I don't have much use for the remote controls can't really do much with them other than adjust volume and their range is not very big. It would be nice to have digital audio outputs.

Finally, a wireless gizmo that allows me to play music through out my house and outdoors. It is extremely easy to use and sound quality is good.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Seamus on July 23, 2008
None of the spec sheets mention mac and an email inquiry to Creative resulted in them telling me that it was not mac compatible, but I ordered it anyway and it works great. In fact you can plug anything into it to stream to a receiver--iPod, etc. I have a mac mini running leopard.
Make sure you use the remotes, so you can turn off the Crystallizer effect if you like. There is no software interface---again, making it OS independent.

Here is my set-up. The mac mini connects to the USB input of the transmitter (so then you don't need the separate power adapter--use this only for an iPod, etc). That's enough to stream to the xmod receiver across the room, which is attached to a set of powered speakers.

However, I also wanted to play through the speakers attached to my stereo tuner/receiver, which is near the computer. So I have the audio out from the xmod transmitter connect to one of the inputs on the stereo tuner/receiver---I use the VCR-input ports. (This was a mini to split RCA connection.) If you have a Phono input that is probably better since it accepts a weaker signal---if you go into VCR or CD you need to crank the volume. I tried using a pre-amp, but my pre-amp was causing distortion--I originally blamed the xmod, but that was not at fault.

Finally, I want to be able to stream the radio from the stereo tuner to the xmod receiver. No problem, I pluggeed the VCR-output ports on the tuner into the RCA audio-input port on the xmod transmitter. Just be careful switching the stereo tuner/receiver from VCR (playing, say iTunes on the computer) to radio, since the volume is cranked up to compensate for a weak input.

So far, I m very happy with this product.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Del on January 29, 2009
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This is the third product I've bought to wireless-ly transfer music from the computer, usually internet radio, through our 25-year-old receiver and Infinity speakers (hard to believe it's possible to even connect the two :)) First I tried a LinkSys wireless bridge, which didn't work at all despite hours of fiddling. Next I bought a Roku Soundbridge, which worked pretty well until I fried it by accidentally plugging in the wrong power converter. Unfortunately, they don't make the Roku any more. I read the many reviews saying this device was perfect for listening to internet radio on your home stereo and decided to give it a try.

It came beautifully packaged like an electronic bento, and set up was pretty straightforward. I plugged in the Creative Labs transmitter to the computer, plugged the receiver into the venerable Yamaha RX-485, and fired up iTunes. Music immediately began to pour forth. No futzing with adding the receiver to the network, no fiddling with remotely detected playlists, nothing.

The Roku did have the advantage of being able to play your music playlist separately from the rest of the computer audio. So for example, the kids could watch a hilarious YouTube video on the computer in the kitchen while I relaxed with "Baroque 24/7" in the living room. This device transmits all the computer sounds--email notifications, everything--to the stereo speakers. But I'm willing to put up with that for its simplicity of operation.

I agree with the reviewer who said the manual was inadequate. I went to their website and there's not a whole lot more information there. Without my previous experience with the other devices, I might have had problems getting this set up.

Haven't figured out what the remotes do yet. The sound quality does seem to be better than with the Roku, but that could just be my enthusiasm for the fact that it actually worked. I'll add to this review if I experience any problems with reception or otherwise.
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