Summary: Pretty much, you should know the quality of what you are getting based on the price. These were made to go into a 1.5 headphone jack - nothing fancy. The only issue I have is that every once in a while, the subwoofer makes a tapping or light knocking sound - as if someone knocked on the door.
Summary: Wow! Great sound from these Creative $44 speakers. Needed to replace 11 year old speakers and did a lot of research and decided on the T3300. Easy to install and look good. Some minor annoyances:: Wires to speakers are short as the computer is under the desk.
The PERVIOUS-VERSION of these Creative Speakers, were MUCH MUCH BETTER in Quality than these cheaper NEWER ones! (shame)
keri west, Amazon
23 January 2015
Summary: I owned the PREVIOUS version of the T3300 and these NEW Speakers are a total DOWNGRADE. Everything is SMALLER. The cabled Volume Control doesn't have a Bass Control, now, it is located over on the bass unit?
once I've set the volume to a comfortable level, the volume changes
11 December 2014
Summary: The sound is okay on these speakers. My only complaint is that the power is turned on/off with a rotary type dial which also controls the volume. That means you have to adjust the volume every time you turn it on.
... of speakers (Creative T2900) with sub woofer have been amazing and have lasted me 10 years
25 October 2014
Summary: I went with Creative as my last set of speakers (Creative T2900) with sub woofer have been amazing and have lasted me 10 years. The only issue with my old speakers is the volume dial is wearing out and the volume goes up and down on it's own on occasion. I decided to try the Creative Inspire T3300.
Summary: With about 6 month of constant use, this is a great little system. The highs are always nice and crisp, mids are very strong compared to other systems I have used. But the lows can be iffy. In order to get the best low range, it greatly depends on the placement of the sub.