Decent speakers bad function with design not being able to disable energy saver.
15 July 2014
Summary: Satellite speakers have a higher tin-like (high treble) output but generally acceptable for a 2.1 computer speaker. The one thing I wish I knew in advance was that there is a energy saving feature that you cannot turn off so if the speakers do not detect any volume it stays off.
Summary: I have the Creature 2 and I bought the Creature 3 for my boyfriend. The Creature 2 is excellent, it's solid, sound is great and has lasted for over 6 years. The Creature 3 is much lighter, feels cheaper, and the subwoofer rattles when you play very base heavy music or sounds, even with the base...
Summary: This is my second set of creature speakers, I had the Creature II first and loved them (the sound was great) but one of the little speakers quit working. I had them for quite a while so I thought I would buy a new set.
Summary: right from the beginning I have had problems with this speaker. I had a roommate that had the creature II and they sounded great which is what caused me to want to get a set for myself. I bought the CreatureIII in November of 2011 and now January 2013 I cant stand these.
Summary: Originally i thought judging by the specs that this product would last. Well,I was definetly wrong. Out of the box it had a nice sleek appearance, and I really liked the ability to increase the volume directly from the subwoofer.
Summary: The subwoofer died after 9 months of moderate use. The sound was decent but nothing to brag about. I liked the fact that the speakers were small and took up litle space. Unfortunately, the subwoofer has died. I've never owned a set of speakers/subwoofer that lasted for such a short amount of time.
Summary: I read the reviews here and thought that these speakers were made by elves or something. I skip to the good part and tell you these things look a lot better than they sound. Aesthetics: They look good.