Upgrade your sound today with Creative Xmod


creative-xfi.jpgMost of us still think that MP3s and other audio file formats sound nothing quite like the original as stored on the audio CD, but this situation can be easily remedied by plugging in the Creative Xmod device into any existing MP3 player like the iconic iPod. Talk about true plug-and-play – there is no need for you to install any software or drivers to take advantage of the Xmod’s ability to upconvert your music to a quality that surpasses even that of an audio CD. The Xmod from Creative utilizes the X-Fi technology that enables compressed songs to sound extremely close to the original as it restores all the detail lost during the compression process as well as expanding music to surround sound levels.

The Xmod manages to do this by intelligently enhancing the high and low parts of the track to give you crystal clear sounds as if you’re in the studio yourself. This nifty device will definitely sit down well with audiophiles as it is also capable of expanding stereo MP3s and digital movies into a virtual surround sound environment via a set of stereo speakers or headphones for the most life-like experience possible. You can look out for the Creative Xmod in various stores nationwide at the end of this month. It is expected to carry a recommended retail price of $79.99.

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Gadget Gallery up to 10-04-2006 » Coolest Gadgets Says: October 4, 2006 at 9:24 am

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dermot Says: October 4, 2006 at 3:10 pm

I listened to Crystallizer demo at the gaming convent and it was very convincing. They has a sound of revolving helicopter . It was unbelieveable: sound was travelling around, you could exactly hear where it was moving around you. And this was using regular stereo headphones. If this XMOD is going to have this feature I will ditch desktop and use only laptop for gaming.

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