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Creative GigaWorks HD50

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Overall 8

Expert Review

4 August 2008
  • Conclusion: Overall, the HD50s deliver better performance than you'd expect from a pair of small, subwoofer-free speakers. They are best for simple audio like voices on a podcast, noises during gaming or pared-back music. Anything more complex tends to suffer a little, and the relatively low maximum volume makes them the wrong choice for a raging party.
  • Pros: Doesn't do justice to detailed and bassy music, No bass or treble controls, No headphone jack
  • Cons: Smaller than your average PC speakers, Good for both PC and MP3 players, Podcasts, games and pared-back songs sound great
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Overall 7

Creative GigaWorks HD50

PC Pro
7 March 2008
  • Excerpt: The humble PC speaker is often neglected by system builders, with the result that what could be a highly capable entertainment PC is hobbled by flimsy, tinny-sounding speakers. Adding a bit more oomph to your setup is easy and, if you don't want a tangle of wires hanging out of the back of your PC, Creative's latest desktop stereo pair is a good choice.
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Overall 8

Creative Gigaworks HD50 review

TechRadar UK
18 February 2008
  • Summary: Small and stylish speakers for your laptop
  • Pros: Compact, Stylish, Good audio performance
  • Cons: No volume control, Weak on bass
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Overall 7

Creative GigaWorks HD50 speakers

Pocket Lint
4 February 2008
  • Pros: Sound, size, lack of cables and boxes
  • Cons: Lack of bass, equaliser functions
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Expert Review

15 April 2008