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Creative X-Fi I600: One Serious iPod Dock

by Paul Strauss

Creative has released their latest iPod docking stereo, and this one looks really substantial.


The X-Fi Sound System i600 is a complete 2.1 stereo system, with dual 2-way satellite speakers and a powered subwoofer. The speakers are each amplified at 35 Watts per channel, while the subwoofer offers 130 Watts of power for some serious bass. The system features a slick piano black finish, and has a decidedly high-end look about it. It features Creative’s X-Fi audio processing technology, which provides virtual surround and playback quality enhancement which is said to dramatically enhance the detail and vibrancy of compressed music.

The i600 system ships with a full-size wireless IR remote which can operate the iPod and stereo controls, and can charge your iPod while docked. The X-Fi i600 will be available this May for $599.

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Comments (1):

  1. tom says:

    i have the Apple i-pod dock not sure of the model, but i need one with a higher output of sound since i play guitar. something that has a little more punch. Is there a store that sells this so I can check it out and see if this is what i’m looking for? In Van Nuys, Ca. 91405

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