Okay sound, weak bass and cheaply made. Tolerable for the money I spent.
7 March 2013
Summary: I purchased these to replace a set of older generic speakers I had been using for some time. I researched for a bit, and found these to be the best set I could afford at the time. The high and low end sound is rather weak. Bass was very disappointing. The wired remote is a feature that I wish more sets had. It is a LOT more convenient than having the volume and other controls on one of the speakers. It allows you to place all the speakers a good distance from the PC.
Summary: This 5.1 channel system is awesome. True surround sound and the best crisp clean bass I have found under $500. Speakers are small but yield very good mids and highs. Smooth. Don't try and fill a living room, but in front of the computer it will take you away wherever you want to go.
Summary: I got it, it was great. Took about 10 min to get fully setup. I turned the bass up and wow, sounded much better. just needed to turn on my strobe light and infute a few friends over and I got myself a miny night club. Everything works great, thanks creative!
Summary: I ordered the Inspire 6200's to replace my old Cambridge Soundworks 4.1 speakers that were really good in their day but getting outdated. The first time I played a movie on the 6200's it blew me away compared to what I had been listening to. The sound was so realistic as if you were right there in the room with the actors. And they have power to spare. I have yet to crank them up all the way but have had them "loud" with no distortion !!!!
Summary: I've used and owned several speakers before. They include: Creative Labs Inspire t5400, Creative Labs Inspire T2900, Bose Companion 2 Series II multimedia speaker system, and the Creative t3200. So this shows i have some experience with different speakers. When i first bought the creative t3200, i was so disappointed i returned that crap right away. The sub woofer sucked because it is weak and makes distortion wayy before it even sounds loud. It is not worth 80$, junk.
Summary: I recently replaced my aged Dell Dimension 4100 desktop PC with an Acer 18.4" Laptop and wanted to upgrade my old 4.1 surround system as well. I was looking for something that wouldn't take up too much desktop space and, since I've always liked Creative Labs products, decided to give this system a go. I'm using this system in conjunction with the Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 USB sound card and installation and setup was a snap.
Summary: I just brought this on Jan, 09. I would expert more from this since cost a lot more, power is lower compare to logitech G51 155watt. Sound sometime weird to my soundcard set upset. But I kept it anyway.
Summary: These speakers were a good buy and provided adequate sound for my pc. While bass output was low, they sounded very clear and crisp with only a faint buzz when turned to full volume. They complimented my sound blaster sound card perfectly. These are definetly good speakers for everyday computer use and for some gaming (naturally hard core gamers will require more than what these speakers offer, mainly a subwoofer).
Creative Inspire T6200: Speakers that pack a punch!
1 February 2009
Summary: Well i got these for christmas and have now been using them for a month so i thought it was time to write a review. The T6200 are creatives mid range offering and include 4 satellite speakers, a center speaker, a subwoofer and a wired remote control. Installation is easy, just plug all the speakers into the sub, then the sub into your sound card with the 3 colour coded cables.
Pros: Easy to setup and great sound with wicked bass