Surprised it's only $65 used on Amazon. Worth WAY more.
Trustworthy reviews., Amazon
22 February 2013
Summary: Excellent produt. Sound is crystal clear, bass is BOOMING (when you want it to be booming), and the (wired) volume/bass controller comes in super handy. I was absolutely astonished by how great this little trio of a unit sounds. It's remarkable.
Summary: These are the best small speakers I've ever heard. The high end is clear and the bass is not muddy. Not for use in situations where loud volume is needed, though...they can't handle it, but great for everything else.
Summary: Hard to believe these only cost me $39.00. The are a nice little set of speakers for my shelf. I have them hooked up to a Apple Airport Express base station and they work perfect. Nice clear sound and plenty of power to fill the room.
Summary: I was suprised about the bad reviews here, I have always loved these speakers, I listen to them all day at work. I just thought I'd look around at what's out there and came across my speakers reviews. I don't know if the other reviews are from audiophiles, but for COMPUTER SPEAKERS in this price range I would say that you get more than your money's worth.
Summary: Previous reviews on sound quality are right on target. But it's also true that these speakers don't cost much, so it may be a case of we get what we pay for. I have a few things to add: 1. To me, the speakers sound tinny. 2. No balance control. Not a problem if you plan to place the speakers symmetrically on either side of your computer, but if your desk space requires a different layout, you'll find this frustrating. 3.
Summary: First of all sorry if I make any mistake, I'm spanish (the former and the latter are strongly interconnected). Those creative speakers are cute and not too expensive, but: 1.- The mid range sounds a bit weak compared to the almost annoying enormous bass(i have levelled it near the minimum in order to achieve a precarious balance). 2.- non-lineal volume control(an inconvenient attitude). 3.
Summary: I bought the T3000 and have enjoyed them so much that I thought I'd give these a try before my exchange period ended. Not that I dislike the T3000 but rather I was wondering if spending a little more would give me a little bit better sound. The mid-range is really weird on the 3200. Super thumpy music can drown some of it out but over all it still sounds a bit odd. Piano is way, way off.
Not good design, the two small speakers cannot stand stable
J. Lu "Town and Country", Amazon
14 January 2005
Summary: One year ago, I bought this speaker at gateway for $80. The sound quality is OK. The two small speakers look not bad also, but they fall from time to time, because the footstand is small and the gravity center is high. I think the Creative Inspire T3000 is much better designed.
Summary: I just got these today and have gone through an extensive testing session and I'm elated! Gotta love Christmas...They're very simple to set up, even though it looks somewhat daunting at first. The looks are great, and the whole system is very solid. The speakers are made out of a nice heavy silver metal, no painted plastic here. The volume/bass dial is a very cool addition, and the dials spin nicely, with the volume dial being backlit so you know the power is on.