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Creative D100 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Limited Edition White) - AMAZON EXCLUSIVE

    • LIMITED EDITION – AMAZON EXCLUSIVE
    • White casing with black grille and contrasting white functionality bar.
    • Clear and powerful sound from twin 3″ drivers set this speaker apart. It’s crisp highs
    • and powerful lows will bring out the best of your music.
    • Easy Bluetooth pairing enables you to stream music within seconds! Also includes an Auxiliary port for non-bluetooth enabled devices.

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    Question by amber boehm: How do I hook up wireless internet on my macbook?
    HELP PLEASE! i got one for my birthday and i have an airport express

    Best answer:

    Answer by Elbert
    Setting up your AirPort Express or AirPort Extreme Base Station
    You can use AirPort Express or AirPort Extreme to share your broadband Internet access with wireless computers on your network.

    You can also set up your AirPort Express to use AirTunes to play music from iTunes on your stereo or powered speakers, and share a USB Printer.

    To set up your base station:
    Connect the appropriate cables to the ports you want to use, including the Ethernet cable connected to your DSL or cable modem (if you will connect it to the Internet), the audio cable connected to your stereo (if you will use AirTunes to play music from iTunes on your AirPort Express), and a USB cable connected to a compatible USB printer (if you will print to a USB printer).
    Plug in your AirPort Extreme or AirPort Express to a wall outlet.
    Open the AirPort Utility (located in Applications/Utilities) and follow the onscreen instructions to set up your AirPort Base Station.
    AirPort Express is compatible with powered speakers connected to the stereo mini-jack. You cannot use powered USB speakers with AirPort Express.

    For more information about using AirPort, open AirPort Utility, located in the Utilities folder in the Applications folder, and then choose AirPort Utility Help from the Help menu.

    Connecting to the Internet using AirPort
    If you have an AirPort card in your computer, you can connect to the Internet wirelessly by joining an AirPort or other wireless network that’s connected to the Internet.

    If the network you are joining is protected by a password you will need to enter it before you can join the network.

    If the AirPort Base Station is set up to use a dial-up or PPP connection to the Internet, it will connect automatically when you open an application that requires a connection.

    To connect to the Internet if the base station is not configured to connect automatically:
    Open Internet Connect and click the AirPort icon in the toolbar.
    Choose the network from the Network pop-up menu. If you are prompted for a password enter it. If the network you want to join is not in the list, choose Other and enter the network name and password.
    Click Connect.
    If the base station on your AirPort network has a continuous connection to the Internet, you are already connected when you join the network.

    For help setting up an AirPort base station to connect to the Internet, use the AirPort Utility, located in Applications/Utilities.

    Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

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    What customers say about Creative D100 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Limited Edition White) – AMAZON EXCLUSIVE?

    1. 597 of 610 people found the following review helpful
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      Love this Speaker, December 4, 2010
      By 
      B. (Texas) –

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      Given this is the first review, I will be thorough.

      I’ve owned the Creative D100 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for two months (paid $78.47). I’m very pleased. The sound quality is excellent for this type of speaker. The volume is loud enough to completely fill a room or a small outdoor area (e.g., patio). I’ve enjoyed it on the beach and found quality does not suffer much at high volumes.

      Like with any small speaker, if you crank it to max volume, there is some distortion on bass-heavy songs. But the distortion is slight, and the bass sounds great if you have the volume appropriately set for the type of audio you are streaming.

      On that note, there is no remote. The only way to control the volume is the `volume up’ and `volume down’ buttons on the front of the speaker or directly from streaming device ONLY IF it allows it. That is, my iPhone (3G – iOS 3.1.3) CANNOT change the speaker’s volume while streaming, but my laptop can. In my use, I have not needed a remote. Usually I directly set the speaker’s volume for the environment (e.g., bathroom, patio) and forget it. No remote also means you must control the streaming media from your device. There are no media control buttons on the speaker.

      There is an auxiliary input on the back of the speaker, if you want to hook up a non-bluetooth device, or maybe just to save battery by not using Bluetooth.

      Pairing with Bluetooth-capable devices (in my case, iPhone 3G and HP laptop) is simple and quick.

      Battery life (four AA) is excellent. It is so long I cannot even put an estimate in terms of hours. It also came with an AC adapter, but I have never used it. The battery compartment is underneath the speaker.

      The speaker is fairly small and very light. I actually carry it from room-to-room to enjoy while I am doing chores.

      My only concern with the speaker is the build quality. The plastic casing is sturdy, but the front face of the speaker (surrounding the name plate and volume controls) is made of cloth. The cloth is spongy, but I am worried that it will inevitably tear with my heavy use of the speaker. There is no travel case included with the speaker.

      Looking for a portable Bluetooth wireless speaker, I also considered the Logitech Z515 ($90, smaller and cloth-free). I’ve never used that Logitech speaker, but I ultimately chose the Creative D100 based on superior reviews for sound quality and bass quality. Look into both. There are good reviews for them and a comparison on CNET, if you want more information.

      On the front of the speaker:
      Volume up button
      Volume down button
      Bluetooth connect button

      On the back of the speaker:
      Power (on/off) switch
      Aux input
      5V AC adapter input

      Underneath the speaker:
      Battery compartment (four AA)

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    2. 203 of 207 people found the following review helpful
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      Best portable Speaker/ Boombox that I have had regardless of the price!, January 25, 2011
      By 
      m (Belmont, CA, US) –

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      I ride boats, hop from island to island. I have been using portable speakers for 10 yrs now. I have come across a lot of them. With all the technology now, I never knew that the bluetooth connection would be so convenient and seamless, most especially for the D100. It’s light, a bit bulky than the others, but packed with power. Before this, I bought the Logitech S715i because I got it for almost half the price, it had good highs and mids but pretty mediocre lows. The internal rechargeable battery was mediocre as well. You would think, it would be so useful since it’s easier to charge, but no. When you finally ran out, you don’t want to wait and find a wall outlet to charge, you just want to get new batteries and stick it in and continue playing portable music. You can use rechargeable AA’s as well. It also did not have a bluetooth connection. This made me consider to try the Creative D100, and with maybe more than 15 portable speakers I’ve tried from different brands over the years, this is one of the best that I have used for its form and function. I am an audiophile as well, and you cannot compare this to any system you might have of course, but for what it does, it has a pretty good combination of highs and lows. As a whole it sounds good. Try to adjust the EQ on your iPhone, laptop, or any other device according to your preference for better sound. Very portable, started using it around the house with batteries, from the bedroom, to the office, to the bathroom. It’s still running, 3 days in, with about 6-8 hrs/day, mid to high volume. I so loved it, I gave my Logitech away as a gift to my brother. Then bought another D100 for my sister. Easily fits a small shoe bag. No remotes needed if your connected via BT. Line out for other MP3’s as well. I guess the design which is like a small box, gives off better sound resonance as compared to newer slim designs. This does not sound tinny at all! Try it out. And its inexpensive! I love it. Hope you will too. Will surely be with me on my next trip! Never wrote a single review in Amazon, what does that tell you?

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    3. 137 of 151 people found the following review helpful
      5.0 out of 5 stars
      It’s a winner, December 20, 2010
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      I was looking for speakers that provided acceptable music reproduction, that were portable and easy to use, and could connect via wireless Bluetooth to a mobile phone (Motorola Droid) and iPad. I was also looking for something I could give as a gift to someone who would appreciate the same features but who does not have as much patience as I do for making these things work. The Creative D100 Wireless Bluetooth Speaker is perfect for our needs. As one reviewer mentioned, the Creative D100 is light-weight and simple to unplug and move from room to room. It has a battery option too, but I haven’t used it with batteries yet.

      The one-time Bluetooth pairing setup is simple. All you need to know before you begin is how to instruct your music device (phone, computer, iPad, etc.) to scan for and ‘pair’ with other Bluetooth devices. The rest is covered in the Creative D100 instructions. Power up the Creative D100 (turn on the power switch on the back side), make the D100 ‘discoverable’ (press and hold the Bluetooth ‘pairing’ button on the front side), turn on the Bluetooth feature on your music device and begin scanning for other Bluetooth devices, and presto, it will pair and connect to the Creative D100. For those who would be using the music player on their phone and are concerned about taking calls while listening to music, I discovered that when using my Motorola Droid (Android OS v2.2), the music will connect via ‘media audio’ to the Creative D100 while ‘phone audio’ maps separately to my Plantronics Voyager Pro headset. Cool :)

      Don’t expect this speaker system to make the walls, roof, and windows shake, although at 3/4 volume the sound fills my 20′ x 20′ living room area very nicely with Christmas jazz at a pleasant, undistorted level. It’s perfect in the master bedroom and in my home office too. But if you’re looking for bass that you can feel in your gut, that’s not what the Creative D100 is built to do. You may want to experiment with speaker placement as I did. I found that the music was enhanced by moving the speaker from an open space on a table to a shelf in an entertainment center where it was partially enclosed. I’m not a sound engineer, but my guess is that the shelf placement that sort of surrounds the unit assists the functionality of the rear speaker port on the Creative D100, helping to capture and direct the sound towards the listener. I also tested the Bluetooth range by placing the speaker in the living room and moving my phone (and iPad) to a bedroom down the hall, probably 25-30 feet away from the speaker. I was impressed that there was absolutely no device-to-speaker signal loss all evening regardless of which music device was connected. I’m very pleased. I got a black one for myself, and a pink one to give as a Christmas gift.

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