JBL Creature III Self-Powered Multimedia Satellite Sound System

JBL brings Creature III Self-Powered Multimedia satellite and subwoofer system. Featuring a striking design that delivers high-performance extraordinary sound. The Creature III’s 3.5mm stereo mini-jack, great sound isn’t limited to just your computer. The sound system has flexible connectivity that allows connection to any other audio devices.It’s sounds as good as it looks! This is an Amazon’s product review. Checkout more details bellow.


Product Features

  • Powered satellite speakers and subwoofer
  • Touch-volume and mute controls on satellite
  • Bass and treble control on satellite
  • Subwoofer (W x H): 9″ x 9″ (230mm x 230mm)
  • Satellite (W x H): 3″ x 3″ (75mm x 75mm)

Technical Details

  • Model: JBL Creature III
  • Color Name: Black
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

The sound that professionals have chosen for more than 60 years
Been to a movie or a concert recently? There’s a good chance that you were enjoying the show on JBL® loudspeakers. If you’ve watched TV or listened to CDs, you’ve probably heard sounds recorded on JBL equipment. For more than 60 years, JBL has been the loudspeaker brand of choice for recording professionals around the world. So why not enjoy entertainment from your computer or portable music device on loudspeakers that probably helped to mix and master them? JBL engineering, power, clarity and technical accuracy are legendary. And today’s high-resolution digital media demand loudspeakers that can handle their sonic range. With JBL multimedia speakers, you can enjoy the thrill of the hottest new game or your favorite music download – right in your own home.

Flexible connectivity.
No one can deny that playing computer games, listening to music or just surfing the Web is much more exciting with great sound. And getting great sound from your home or office computer is easy with the Creature III system. Simply plug the Creature III system into a wall outlet and connect it (using the 3.5mm mini-jack) to your computer’s headphone or line-in input. That’s it. Want your iPod, MP3 player or portable CD player to sound better? Connect the mini-jack to the headphone input on an external audio device. In no time, you’ll be enjoying your favorite musical artist in concert-quality sound.

Technology that is out of this world.
The JBL Creature III speaker system features a number of proprietary technologies for the highest-performing JBL multimedia loudspeakers. The system starts with the proprietary transducers used in the Creature III’s satellites, which are made out of aluminum. Aluminum is so lightweight yet strong that it empowers the little satellites to reproduce sound with unparalleled accuracy and detail. Paired with the Creature III’s ultra-rigid subwoofer driver, the system rumbles with deep bass as if it’s about to launch into space. The sound is extraordinary.

Powering each of the Creature III’s satellites is a super-efficient, 5-watt JBL amplifier that’s designed to deliver high output and minimal distortion. A powerful 15-watt amplifier drives the separate subwoofer for a sound experience that you’ll have to hear to believe.

Easy to set up and use.
The JBL Creature III speaker system might seem like it’s from another planet, but you don’t need to be a rocket scientist to set it up and use it. In addition to the simple 3.5mm mini-jack connection, the system features touch volume controls. Just a simple touch increases or decreases the volume; a touch on both pads mutes or unmutes it. And the Creature III system is smart enough to remember your last volume setting even after the system shuts down.

Aluminum transducers reproduce sound with unparalleled accuracy and detail
Powered subwoofer delivers deep bass that will rattle your desktop

That’s all about the JBL Creature III Self-Powered Multimedia Satellite Sound system. This Sound system is available in Amazon.com. You can directly order or buy from here.



Imrul Haque is Product Engineer at TheTechJournal. He writes about new products and covers mobile apps. You can reach him on Twitter And Google+.

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