- Model Number: 51MF0237AA000
- Connectivity Technology: wired
- Color: Black
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year
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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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.
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
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.Read more ›
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very stylized product,. Quality i ¡s great. Delivery time was perfect.Published 12 months ago by Gilberto Estrada
I've brought these speakers with me through five moves and I think that they sound great, are a good size and are easy to set up and use. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Travis Usinger
If you want great sound, Creative Labs is very hard to beat under $300.00! I have not personally heard a sinle system that sounds better under $300. Read morePublished on March 13, 2013 by Soundaround
I took a gamble and purchased these speakers soely for the looks. The highs sound really nice and the base really rocks! I also love using the sub as a footrest. Read morePublished on April 20, 2011 by CatMommy123
These are the best sounding speakers we have found. We had some bose and these were as good or better sounding on our computer than those. Our bose are on our stereo. Read morePublished on February 7, 2011 by C. Young
I have the same issue as everybody else, the volume goes up and down on it's own, it's all over the place and it drives me nuts. Don't buy these speakers.Published on August 13, 2010 by Greg
I bought this back in 2008...and worked great for the 1st 3months...Then the volume issue started...I always thought it was the sound card, but... Read morePublished on August 7, 2010 by C. Barreto
I've had these speakers for about 6 months. While the speakers sound fine, the volume control knob has a mind of it's own. The volume will randomly change from high to low. Read morePublished on July 29, 2010 by meadandale