It just doesn't works as 5.1 with my Dell Studio XPS 1645
Nelson Sampaio Jr. "NSampa", Amazon
5 October 2013
Summary: I bought it to get 5.1 like sound system, but just later I did know that an USB sound card would be necessary to put all in the job. Anyway, the quality as a simple sound speaker looks great and I intended to buy the "missing part".
Kort "Art, Music, Book & Movie Enthusiast", Amazon
8 August 2012
Summary: I've liked most of Creative's products in the past, so I looked forward to trying out the Inspire T6160s. They came neatly packaged but the set up instructions left me wanting. After the cumbersome job of wiring 5 speakers to the sub, I hooked it up to my son's Windows Vista (SP2) desktop.
Summary: I know I didn't purchase the expensive speaker system and didn't expect it to be the best sound ever. But I did expect it to work. The Subwoofer and Center Channel do not work. I believe a short in the orange connection cord.
Summary: First of all the speakers don't plug into TV's unless you have some weird TV that works for it. And the Sub wont work at all. I tried to unplug the system and plug it back in and also unplug all the speakers and nothing worked. No bass from any speaker also. Terrible
An OK product from Creative...Couldnt get the sub working at all
Manish Trivedi, Amazon
10 March 2010
Summary: Bought this product and was initially very happy to get a CREATIVE product. I bought these speakers along with Creative X-Fi 5.1 USB soundcard to be used with my laptop. Installation was easy but the main problem began when I could not get the subwoofer working at all...