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Creative GigaWorks T40 II PC Speakers

Creative GigaWorks T40 II PC Speakers

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Enhance your music experience with these two sonically refined satellite Creative GigaWorks speakers, each containing an expressive tweeter and a high-performance midrange driver. These speakers eliminate the need for a physical subwoofer, as the midrange-tweeter-midrange audiophile configuration comes with BasXPort technology for extended low-frequency response Read More

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Its_Benny
26
Jul 16, 2019
I've had mine for years and enjoy them. I just want to add that they come with a removable cloth grill which isn't mentioned. It'll tone down the yellow if that's not your thing.
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Kris_K
118
Jul 16, 2019
Thank you for sharing your experience!
xformulax
274
May 10, 2019
I auditioned these and some edifier's in the same price range, went with the edifier.
Kris_K
118
Jul 15, 2019
thank you for sharing your experience, these definitely have a much different look to the edifier when it come to the aesthetics : )
AlexBlack101
0
Feb 4, 2019
Got these bad boys at my desk. Surprisingly good sounding speakers, kill anything in the price range, even higher. Great for all kinds of music. They sound precise and got bass for days. Great EQ for small adjustments to taste of the song, but mostly flat is what I like. Just get them already....
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Kris_K
118
Jul 15, 2019
haha thank you for your positive comments on this product! glad to be bringing this to the community : )
JELLYMUSHER
7
Nov 10, 2018
I had this very set of GigaWorks for years and loved every moment of them, great sound and bass for the size. Definite thumbs up! I would still have them if I hadn't upgraded (after much debate) to a set of Klipsch The Sixes (which I hope will serve me for the next decade or so.) Games, movies, tcons (with an additional mic), etc I had no issues at all with these devices. The blue LED can be bright but I just sharpied over it.
orangeandblack5
6
Oct 16, 2018
I bought these on sale a few years ago and have been very happy with the sound for the price, both in quality and in volume. Personally, I hooked them up to a 5-channel system as my front speakers and have been very happy.
HardwareLust
24
Oct 15, 2018
I bought a pair of these for my desk at work awhile back on an Amazon Lightning Deal, and I was really surprised at just how good they sound, esp. at lower volumes. Of course, they can't touch my Klipsch 2.1's for bass or overall volume, but I'm very happy with their sound for music that I listen to at work while at my desk.
Kris_K
118
Jul 15, 2019
super cool to use these for gaming!
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effstop64
3
Oct 14, 2018
Are these powered speakers? From what amplifier is this unit powered?
JELLYMUSHER
7
Nov 10, 2018
These are powered internally. AC power adapter.
KeithK
4
Aug 19, 2018
Are these powered speakers?
JELLYMUSHER
7
Nov 10, 2018
These are powered internally. AC power adapter.
bookworm13
675
Jul 13, 2018
More powerful but relatively flat monitors (no bass boost) for the same price: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075QVMBT9
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I had the Mackie CR3 monitors before that sounded equally good, but they have a flaky L/R switch that randomly cuts out one side.
BReal38
8
Apr 19, 2019
So which model do you recommend, then?
bookworm13
675
Apr 19, 2019
The PreSonus Eris E3.5s. It sucks to throw away a good pair of speakers like the Mackies because of a gimmicky L/R switch. I tried to mess around with the circuit board to fix it, but ultimately gave up.
OneLove
2950
Jul 10, 2018
Tempted.
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