"Great deal"on by jomeyertons
Pros Crisp sound, easy to connect, plays my tablet music conveniently and at good quality
Cons Drops bluetooth occasionally (this is probably more a bluetooth problem than a Creative problem)
Summary Such a deal!
Pros Very high wireless range >75 feet, Clear sound, Good volume Simple and quick connectivity, Light weight and eaisly portable, 4-double AA batteries last a long time...All for $60
Cons If your realistic on how loud a small set of speakers can be, there are no con's
Summary I bought this for use with my cell(bluetooth) in my work vehicle --no radio. Obviously, sound is dependant on the source as my cell (Casio Commando) needed a simple Equalizer Aplication to sound good. However, my wife's, and 2 co-workers I-Phone's sounded terrific with them just pushing play. Easy to carry and fits anywhere. Connects to anything quickly, easily and without losing signal. The furthest I have tested the range was about 75 feet with no lose of signal. May go further but it's a small speaker set and at that distance your realisticlly out of range for listening enjoyment.
I played with the Bose Soundlink in a Bose outlet store and it will get louder but the D100 is plenty loud enough for what it should be used for and is far cheaper.
Pros High range, and I can pair with Windows 7 using a cheap BT dongle.
Cons Batteries doesn't last more than 10-15 hours. Li-Po would have been great.
Pros None at this point
Cons Doesn't sync if you're using Windows 7 unless you buy Creative's USB bluetooth, I guess
Summary I have spent over four hours trying to get this "wireless" speaker to sync with my laptop, only to discover that Windows 7 does not have the appropriate A2DP driver built in and the USB bluetooth device I bought from Broadcom (actually Iogear but it's Broadcom software) doesn't have it, either. I bought this Bluetooth device because it was less expensive. So, it's a con, really, unless you have Bluetooth capability built into your desktop/laptop, which my laptop didn't. I bought everything on Amazon and everything is going back. What a wasted evening -- and how could Microsoft not include so simple a driver?!