|Price incl. VAT||£48.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£40.75|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £3.91 Extended warranty + 1 year||
|Return products within two months £2.45 Possibility to return products within two months||
Surround yourself with loud pětikanálovým audio while playing games, watching movies or listening to music from loudspeakers Creative A550 fitted with technology to improve directivity and sound rendering (Creative IFP) and to enhance the bass content (Creative DSE). Together with a powerful subwoofer speakers their vocal expression literally pull you into all events and believe that your neighbors will be better than ever.
Enjoy thundering 5.1ch audio while playing games, watching movies or listening to music with the Creative A550 speaker system, equipped with Creative IFP sound rendering technology to improve sonic directivity and Creative DSE for deeper playback. Coupled with a powerful subwoofer, the speaker sound is so immersive that movie and game events feel almost lifelike. Your neighbours are going to love it.
The new and improved Creative IFP design features a flare surrounding the satellites to improve sonic directivity and imaging. This creates incredibly realistic sound, covering a larger area while maintaining tonal accuracy.
The system’s 12 W RMS subwoofer breathes new life into your favourite music and movies and shakes down the whole room when things get really hectic in your games of choice. The system's down-firing ported subwoofer can be easily adjusted if needed using the handy controls.
The speaker system comes with a practical wired remote that lets you easily adjust volume for the whole speaker set, so you can fully focus on your listening experience. The remote features a sleek black design matching the speakers and subwoofer, elegantly complementing the whole set.
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