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Creative Labs I-Trigue 3330 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System with NeoTitanium Driver Technology


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  • Great-looking slimline design, with satellites featuring silver driver units and glossy black enclosures
  • Satellite drivers feature advanced NeoTitanium Tri-Array Technology for accurate, balanced sound that outperforms ordinary aluminium designs
  • Magnetically shielded satellites for flexible positioning near monitors or TVs without causing interference
  • Powerful wood subwoofer with flared port delivers rock solid bass
  • Wired control module for easy volume, bass, and power control--plus easy access to headphone out
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Product Description

Product Description

I-TRIGUE 3330 (Eng/Fr)

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Amazon.com Product Description -- Posted May 22, 2008 Designed to deliver elegant, stylish listening, Creative's I-Trigue 3330 speaker system is the choice for people who demand great desktop audio with extra style. The impressive design of the tall, slim satellites features three silver drivers that contrast dramatically with the glossy black enclosures. They look brilliant alongside notebook PCs, flat panel monitors, and other advanced systems.

Creative's I-Trigue 3330 speaker system is the choice for people who demand great desktop audio with extra style.

NeoTitanium micro drivers deliver crisp detail and strong penetration.

Wired remote with volume control and power on/off.

Creative uses NeoTitanium micro drivers, which deliver much better audio than ordinary aluminum drivers, combining a more realistic presence with crisp detail and strong penetration. They're also magnetically shielded, so you can position them near monitors or TVs without causing interference. For the low end, a powerful subwoofer with flared port tube combines clarity and detail with clean, strong bass, while the wired remote with volume/bass control and power on/off makes the I-Trigue 3330 easy to manage.

An adapter is included for using your I-Trigue with a source other than your computer, such as a video game system, television, DVD player, or other device with RCA outputs. It's also perfect for listening to your iPod or MP3 player. And while the system packs enough punch to wake the neighbors, when volume is an issue, the I-Trigue features a headphone jack for personal listening.

What's in the Box
Two satellite speakers with attached 2m cables, subwoofer, wired remote control, dual RCA-to-stereo adapter (Video Game Adapter), stereo-to-stereo audio cable, power supply adapter, Quick Start leaflet, warranty and technical support leaflet


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 11 x 12.5 inches ; 10.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0013WGZQW
  • Item model number: 51MF0237AA000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001
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Technical Details

  • Model: 51MF0237AA000
  • Color Name: Black
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Warranty: 1 year

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Same problem as a lot of people have reported.
C. Bode
I've been looking for some cheap speakers and I regret not paying 50 more dollars to find something that would last at least more than a year.
Joon Woo
I recently bought this system for my computer and i like it. the sound is great, it looks good and i recommend it.
Daniel Oketch

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Andrew J. Piletz on May 20, 2008
I read all the reviews a hundred times and ended up more confused than when I started. So, let me offer my honest opinion. These are great computer speakers, but if you are looking to use them for a party or to fill a large room, the volume may come up a little short. However, as computer speakers, these provide great clarity and will definitely enhance your music listening experience. The sound will definitely fill up a bedroom or office.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Diane on May 10, 2009
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I got these speakers about two months ago. They are small, look cool and sound pretty good overall. However...the volume started randomly going up and down about a month ago. Sometimes this happens when I'm not even touching the volume knob, other times I turn it up and it goes WAY up, sometimes down, or when I turn it down it goes up (sometimes WAY up). Sometimes I turn it down just a little and it goes almost inaudible.

So in short, when they work, they sounds pretty good and I like the look and small footprint - however, volume shouldn't go up or down without touching the volume knob and it shouldn't go up when I turn it down and vice versa...and it shouldn't BLAST when I barely turn the knob up. Overall, I'm disappointed I spent $70 on speakers that work so poorly.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Cade Gamble on November 5, 2008
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I have been looking for new speakers for my computer since i moved my JBL duets from home to the office. I was going to get another set of the JBLs: they have a great sound and what I thought was decent bass for a compact 2.0 speaker, I really wanted a speaker with a ready available headphone jack which the JBL's don't have: I'm glad, becasue i would have never bought the I-Trigues.

I was going to go for 2.0 again I kept thinking "all i have to do is find a set with really good ratings, the bass isn't that bad in a 2.0" I was laughably mistaken.

I considered 4 models in the 2.0 realm: Bose Companion 2, Creative T20's, Klipsch Groove and Behringer MS 16. I was hoping to stay around [...].

Behringer ruled out right off the bat... too big for my desktop.
Creative ruled out after a listen at Best Buy pitting them vs. Bose- the latter prevailed slightly, but high in the price range and really not worth that much better than my old JBL's.

I had my heart set on Klipsch... was going to buy them but saw this Creative 2.1 system on sale and figured I'd gamble.

Got these a day earlier than the tracking stated... bonus.

Unpacked and noticed right off that the satellites themselves are not as tall as I had feared... from the pictures they look awkwardly tall but in actuality are only a shade taller than the previous JBL's I had and I see those as relatively compact... the Creative satellites actually take up less room.

The sub is a good size, just enough room under my desk. The black and silver finish is very modern and looks smooth.

Hooked it up, like the wired remote... right on your desk with control for power, volume and bass intensity as well as a phone jack.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By K. Orrson on March 10, 2009
Noticed the volume would randomly increase and then decrease, the first month. Should have took them back then right away.
Then one speaker would turn off and on.
and now its permanently off.
Never had a problem with several Logitech speakers and all sounded better than these anyway.
These are disposable junk.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Allen Greenbaum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on December 16, 2008
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I've owned a number of Creative speakers in the past, and generally like their products. Unfortunately, there's no getting past the specs: The subwoofers have 5 3/4" drivers, and that's just not enough to deliver bass that sounds like it's coming from subwoofers, even in a smallish office. Moreover, the bass sounds don't "mix" well with the two satellites speakers: Rather than a sonic blend of lows, mids, and highs, you feel like you're listening to two separate systems, with the highs and mid-highs sounding somewhat distinct from the other frequencies.

I wasn't looking for audiophile perfection, not at this low price, and they probably beat most non-subwoofer systems costing $25-$35 dollars. However, were I to do it over again (I donated these, by the way, because of the sound quality), I'd spend more money for a larger subwoofer speaker. You might want to check out the reviews at CNET for 2.1 speaker systems that fit your sound needs and budget.

The system is ligher than some others in the line, and the subwoofer has a nice look to it. Those stoplight satellites are a matter of personal taste. I didn't like them at first, but eventually got used to them.

One more thing. The whole speaker system powers on with a circular on/off device that plugs into the subwoofer via a cable. Should that cable connector break (as it did with another Creative system I had), you can no longer turn on the system (i.e., it's broken). Just use reasonable caution so that the cable stays put.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Mares on September 5, 2008
I was in awe! for 57 bucks, you have 2 stylish speakers, and subwoofer that has enormous power, its WAY too powerful on full power. The sound quality is outstanding, it rivals big stereo stereo speakers that cost over $200. Now I only listen to music at my computer. I have to say my favorite is the subwoofer. It gets the extreme low ends, it will impress anyone with such powerful sound. Easily fits an average tv room. It also works great with games, gunshots and engines come alive. You can either connect sound from a pc, or even a tv or dvd player, as it has a 2 prong adapter. I would 100% recommended this, for anyone looking for good, under 100 dollar speakers. In my opinion, they could cost $150 and I would still get them. The price they are now just makes it even a better deal.
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