Summary: Got these for $50 (shipping included), since I had Soundblaster card in my old Dell I thought these would match up nicely. Sound is nice, but Bass is lacking at anything beyond half turn of volume. Mids and Tweets are where these speakers shine, as I discovered after adding a USB DAC and Lossless files (FLAC, AAC).
Summary: These speakers are actually quite good for the $49.95 price at which they are available on the Creative site and purchased through Amazon. The bass and treble controls give you a degree of control which speakers of this type do not usually provide. Up to about 75% of full volume volume these speakers provide undistorted, clean sound. Above that they begin to overdrive. Highs are very clear and the low range is also quite good for speakers of this size.
Summary: One fell off my table three times so far and the cable held it up and it still works. It fell to the floor once and no damage. Sound is great for pc speakers, occasionally a bit tinny but clear enough with good stereo separation. Having one in a corner and the other .. not in a corner ... amplifies the latter's sound considerably, it'd be nice to have a balance knob to even out the volume.
Summary: I've always liked Creative products and these are no exception. Too many speakers today try and go for this modern, artsy type of look and the majority of them just look stupid. These are sleek, simple and elegant. They compliment any black pc tower. The sound is pretty good for no sub. For $45 they are well worth it...for $80-$100 I'd look elsewhere.
Summary: Hooked them up and then jumped around my music collection taking samples. Result? I am very pleased. Sound is fairly natural, not bright at all, but a bit mid heavy at flat. The bass does not boom but is sufficient for close listening to the point that I do not miss a sub. If your interest lean mainly toward Booty-Bass or techno I would not recommend these speakers, you'll need a 2.1 setup. In test, the bass had more pop than boom, and was void of deep bottom.
Summary: The GigaWorks T20 Series II 2.0 Speakers are impressive. I bought a pair of Altec Lansing speakers at Wal-Mark for about $15 but couldn't take the unresponsive, weak sound and took them back. I'm glad I upgraded to these. What an amazing difference. These speakers are warm and full of punch. Aux In for portable devices, separate controls for bass, treble, volume and a headphone jack make them hard to beat. The tone is rich and warm.
Attractive speakers, makes you re-think what comes from 2 speakers!
Andrew H. Lee, Amazon
23 July 2010
Summary: I have spent not more than 12 hours with this pair of speakers, and it is by far one of the better sets I have used. I used to be an avid fan of Creative's higher end speakers, GigaWorks. These, like my other pairs I have owned; deliver a smooth sound at a moderate to high volume. I have a Bose 2.0 system also, and what makes these sound so much better, is the not overloaded Bass, and the fact that there are indicator lights, and an actual Bass and Treble knob, which...
Summary: I bought these speakers refurbished for $50.00( $60.00 with tax and shipping), for that price I would recomend them. I wouldn't say they have great sound but they definetly have good sound. They do not have deep bass but they have enough to sound okay on games and movies.If you can find them for the same price I did then I say buy them, but I wouldn't spend more than $60.00 total because you might be disapointed.
Summary: I had forgotten how good the GigaWorks T20 speakers were. I had a pair and one of the channels went out on me. So I pitched them and went the cheap route and found a pair of JBL Duet Speaker System for Portable Music and PC - White (Pair) . I never was real crazy about those speakers so I kept looking out of deal on the same T20s I had. When I found these refurbished speakers I immediately ordered. I had the original T20s and these are the 2nd generation.