With the Zen Air, Creative launch a pair of compact, wireless in-ears which are equipped with Active Noise Cancellation and an ambient mode available at an attractive price.
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With the Sound Blaster Blaze V2, Creative adds an extremely lightweight analogue gaming headset to its range.
Both the handy format and the rich sound, which can be flexibly adjusted to suit your own listening habits, make a good impression.
With the Creative Sound Blaster X1, the multimedia manufacturer from Singapore are offering a powerful miniature DAC and headphone amplifier that supports impedances between 16 and 600 ohms.
The Creative Zen Hybrid are ear-enclosing closed wireless headphones that score points with their compact design and active noise cancellation.
The Creative Outlier Pro offer plenty of battery power, feature five-level attenuation and amplification of external noise as well as individual earpiece and sound settings via an app.
Creative's SXFI Air Gamer scores points for its versatility, as these over-ears can be used both digitally and analogue via cable, wirelessly and as an MP3 player via a microSD card.
A comprehensive update to this third-generation provides the Creative Outlier Air V3 with an app for customising sound and operation. The adjustable attenuation and amplification of outside noise are also new, and this makes the price of these wireless in-ears seem very attractive.
With the SXFI Gamer, Creative want to create the perfect accessory for gamers. Will they succeed?
Creative's SXFI Trio combine the hybrid triple-driver system of the Aurvana Trio with the audio holographic options of the Super X-Fi Headphone AMP in the form of compact in-ear USB-C headphones designed to be versatile all-rounders for working, studying and playing.