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Creative GigaWorks T40

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Overall 6

Creative Gigaworks T40 Series 2

7 September 2008
  • Excerpt: This Creative piece has been around for few months now, and we've finally gotten our hands on these flagship new speakers. A high-end 2.0 system, these speakers are something that we at Tech2 itch to blast on high volume. So here is the review after all the volume blasting… Design and Features These are some serious tallboy designs when it comes to the realm of PC speakers.
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Creative GigaWorks T40 Review

21 May 2008
  • Pros: Easy access to volume controls; small footprint; compatible with Creative's X-Fi iPod dock
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Creative Gigaworks T40

PC Magazine
19 April 2008

Expert Review

L.A. Audio File
19 February 2008
  • Conclusion: The Creative T40 speakers provide the most audiophile-like experience we have heard on a budget speaker system. The sound is neutral and not exaggerated like most of the PC speakers we have heard. While the speaker character may not be for everyone, we found them to be much less fatiguing to listen to for extended periods of time. If you are tired of the PC speaker sound, you might find the T40's to your liking.
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Expert Review

26 November 2007
  • Conclusion: I think that this kit might not be the best choice for the 150$ it cost. I tested it with my Creative X-fi Fatal1ty soundcard at various settings and as I mentioned earlier I think that the sound is great and clear even at highs and lows but it lacks som bass that I require from a speaker kit that cost 150$ USD. Now I know it is a 2.1 system without a sub but the features says it has BasX port technology which should give more bass than an average kit.
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Overall 9

Creative Gigaworks T40 2.0 Speakers

Trusted Reviews
5 February 2011
  • Summary: Bigger and louder than the much lauded Gigaworks T20s, but are they an improvement?
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Overall 9

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
8 December 2008
  • Summary: The Gigaworks T40 speakers are a great product. Creative has managed to produce some great quality audio for a very affordable price. As with most of Creative's range, they probably won't appeal to true audiophiles, but for everyday use they excel.
  • Pros: Powerful and clear mid-range, deep and well defined bass, great volume levels with minimal distortion
  • Cons: Treble can be slightly overshadowed, the very lowest frequencies aren't as well represented as they would be with a dedicated subwoofer
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Overall 6

Expert Review

C1 Shoppingmall
22 October 2008
  • Excerpt: GigaWorks T40 stereo speakers will fascinate you with their impressive audio delivery. Combining premium components with Creative's many years of leadership in world-class audio, each satellite delivers spacious, balanced sound, thanks to the potent combination of two high-performance midrange drivers and a dedicated high-end tweeter in MTM (midrange-tweeter-midrange) configuration, plus BasXPort technology for strong, dynamic bass without a subwoofer.
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Overall 6

Creative Gigaworks T40 review

18 April 2008
Overall 7

Expert Review

19 March 2008
  • Conclusion: High-impact sounds from games such as Unreal Tournament 3 faired a little better than DVDs, as long as we kept the volume under control -- upping the volume made the speakers work too hard. You'll find the GigaWorks T40 system works best with music -- we'd recommend it ideally for a small room or dorm.
  • Pros: May be too tall for some tastes, Rear power switch and overly bright power light mar an otherwise slick design, No option to add subwoofer
  • Cons: Stylish mini-tallboy PC speaker with high-quality dual midrange drivers, Easy access to volume, treble, and bass controls, Headphone jack, Provisions for optional iPod dock
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