"One of the best Creative products ever produce!!!!"
17 January 2012
Pros: 1.Cheap (compared to Bose) 2.The lows are pretty clear 3.Highs is crisp 4.Pretty well built 5.Hides well as the satellites are pretty small 6.Bass module is one of the powerful for a computer speakers out there for $250.00 7.Great for movies!!!!!!!!!
Cons: 1.Midrange is so so 2.Depends on what music you listen to, this isn't for audiophile (although it's suppose to be built for them)
Summary: Finally someone puts together a product to take on the Bose Companion 3, which are over-rated and dont sound like these. Well designed and put together with nothing like stands, to buy. You will enjoy all sorts of music with this set-up. I would but these over the Bose anytime.
Pros: 2.1 system separate volume control volume control has input and headphone jacks the satellites come with their own stands - dont have to buy separately. good bass and highs
Summary: For the price, it's size , wow does it pack a punch ! The sound is so clear and the bass is really deep . I have the bass almost set to minimum, if you put the basson maximum , the bass literaly just ridiculous. Even at the lowest the you can still feel the bass through the floor, incredible... I'm going to hook them up to my television and use the auxiliary input for my mp3 player or computer when I want to play music.
Summary: Lets just say that its been a long time coming. I have been looking into buying a new 2.1 speaker system for several months. My previous set up was quite frankly, crap. They were left over Harmon Kardon satellites from several years ago, and only now am I realizing how bad they actually were. I was dead set on the Bose Companion 5 however, they came with a quite hefty price tag of 399$ and Ebay prices were still in the 250$ range.
Pros: Loud and Clear with Lows, Mids and Highs. Bass packs a strong punch with the new SLAM module - not to mention highly stylish and relatively cheap for the quality provided - proving to be a much better alternative to Bose.
Cons: Remote control a little stiff at the top end of the the dial, not really a friction-less remote as claimed (Maybe mine is just faulty). The AUX in jack is quite stiff when you try and plug something into it. Other than that, nothing else.
Summary: By Greg Olson I recently purchased a new computer, and decided it was time to look for some new speakers. My old Harmon Kardon speakers were OK, but there was a couple of things I didn't like about them. First, the power switch was on the subwoofer (under the desk), and I wanted an easier way to power them on/off. I also didn't particularly care for the sound sound produced based on the speaker footprint; they were big, but they didn't sound big.
Summary: By sciolist These speakers exceeded my expectations! My previous speaker system was a $100 5.1 Cyber Acoustics set, but the subwoofer in this T3 system is much better! I did a side-by-side comparison and the Creative speakers were definitely better. I was about to purchase the Bose companion 2.1 system, but these were cheaper and newer.
Summary: I have a flat screen TV and find that when you mount a TV, external speakers can really take away from the chic design. I had been on a hunt for a quality speaker I can use for music, movies and TV that had powerful, clear, crisp, sound with a small to non-existent sub woofer under $500.00. I had paid a visit to Bose and was NOT impressed with their new compact speakers, Bose Computer MusicMonitor, or their Companion Series.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Great Sound Quality