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I have just bought a pair of Creative T20 S2s. I know I'm about 2 years late, but they really do produce a wonderful sound (once you get past the problematic passive bass threshold - ie you turn them up to at least half way). But these look really interesting to me and before my cooling off period runs out I wonder if you could comment on how much of a step down these would be in sound quality from the T20s (I know, its all subjective but I value your opinion) and how do the satelites get their power (does each one need to sit next to its own plug socket)? Thanks.
I'm curious - are the speakers always ready to be paired and, if so, what's to stop me playing non-stop Nana Mouskouri through next-door's wireless speakers?
It seems you need this yoke to get it to work with your iphone/ipod?http://uk.store.creative.com/p...
You really don't. That dongle does add apt-X encoding of the stream, but the S2s can fall back to A2DP without an external adaptor present.
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