Reviews and Problems with Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II
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29 January 2010
Summary: I purchased these after a lot of research. The kids speakers (on a second PC) went belly-up, so I gave them my Logitech 2.1 set - and ordered the T20-S2 mainly for the smaller footprint (no sub), and also for the increased clarity.
BTW - the price above was NZD converted to USD at the time of purchase. Audio in NZ is normally relatively expensive compared the the rest of the world.
Pros: Good size, nice design, good mids and highs, very good clarity
Summary: I got these to replace a pair of Klipsch Pro Media Ultra 2.0 which I gave to my 79 year old father in law. The Klipsch had better highs and a brighter overall sound which he could hear better. I like these because they have a nice smooth sound given the silk dome tweeter and for $100 I really can't complain. I suspect the M Audio series is better at their new lower price point but these are more compact.
Creative Gigaworks T20 Series II: Bass Heavy, But Good Overall Sound Quality
12 September 2012
Summary: I bought these to go with my new laptop as I couldn't stand listening to the rubbish sound the built-in speakers produced. Well, these speakers are a huge improvement! I have tried some other, cheaper models before buying these and I can say it is worth spending the extra money if you care about quality sound.
Sleek Creative Giga Works T20 Series 2 PC speakers
27 June 2012
Summary: I went through a phase of being interested in making music with my computer and my rudimentary playing ability and these where what I bought. In order to buy them I put in a lot of research of what was available for how much and how much my budget could stretch too and I came up with these as being likely to be far superior to any powered speaker I had ever owned before but also relatively inexpensive however still a good 20 to 25 pounds dearer than what I had purchased...
Pros: Value for Money, Very Strong Volume, Beautiful eye catching design
Cons: For Certain people they may want even more power, Loss of clarity at high volumes, Bass distortion