Reviews and Problems with Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II
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Hi-Fi sound on your desk
Rafal Janus, Amazon
2 July 2014
Summary: They are being advertised as Hi-Fi quality and they actually deliver. If you expect a loud, punchy bass for your dubstep or techno music - look elswhere, you will be disappointed. If you're looking for clean, sharp and deep sound with clear highs and full lows, giving an impression of big floor speakers - you will be delighted. Perfect for ambient music. For £50 you won't find better sound in a 2.0 configuration.
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Zany Ninja, Amazon
22 February 2014
Summary: I love the sound of these speakers - light and airy due of the excellent high and mid range sound they give out. It can pack a punch at the low range too, especially at high volumes. Thanks to these speakers, I am becoming more appreciative of the music I listen to, and more attentive as well, as listening closely is quite rewarding. I've had several decent speaker sets over the years - Altec Lansings, Logitech, Teac - but I believe these may be the best I've had yet.
Summary: I had a pair of Creative Gigaworks T10 speakers, but gave these to a neighbour as a going away present, as they had borrowed them to connect to their TV set and liked the sound. I then went back to my old Yamaha speakers, but instantly noticed the difference in sound, so I purchased the T20's. I found these to be even better than the T10's and I thought they were excellent. They are so small, but have a good clear sound, and can be driven very hard.
Summary: When these arrived and I set them up, I was a bit concerned. I wanted them to play music from my laptop, but the sound I got was quiet and washed out. However, I downloaded a graphic equalizer and what a difference. (Since then I have found out Windows 8.1 comes with media player that has a graphic equalizer). The sound is rich, full and quite loud enough to meet my requirements.
Summary: I purchased these off amazon after reading many reviews online, I simply wanted something compact for my computer without a subwoofer like my last set (it did make a handy footrest however) But I still wanted good sound quality and these seemed to fit the bill. The speakers themselves look fantastic with glossy faces and matt bodies, the speaker covers are easily removable as they are just held in by little rubber plugs so you can have them on or off as you please, I...
Summary: I did so much research on cheap to middling speakers. I bought these based on reviews and I am very happy I did. They function better than more expensive speakers I have owned and they will only get cheaper! :) Great sound, even at full volume. Obviously you don't want to turn the bass fully up but you can get pretty close if you want to before it distorts at all. They are solid, sexy and just amazing. The price makes them more so.
Summary: A nice full bodied sound considering no external sub. For the average p.c. area / room in a house or office these will be more than good enough sound quality and volume. Not as loud as my boys 2.1, but so much better. Yes a little on the steep side a stereo pair (not 2.1) but well worth it! If these failed i'd go and but another set. I've had these 4yrs now, and I also personally think these are better sounding than the T40 !
Pros: Sound 5*, build & looks,
Cons: Little ridges to help turning the dials a bit easier. (grip)
Summary: I have only just received these, so I can't say too much about the sound just yet. In the past, my speakers/headphones have taken a few weeks to settle in. So far, however, the sound is good with excellent clarity, even at low volumes. After reading a few user and professional reviews, I did notice a couple of things worth mentioning: 1.