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Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II 2.0 Multimedia Speaker System with BasXPort Technology
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- Precision-tuned two way speaker design with 28 watts RMS
- Woven glass fiber cone driver
- Cloth dome tweeter and BasXPort technology eliminating the need for a subwoofer
- Convenient front access to volume, bass, treble and input jacks. Works with computers, TVs and other audio sources.
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- Model Number: 51MF1610AA002
- Connectivity Technology: wired
- Audio Output Type: 3.5 mm
- Color: Black
- Item Package Quantity: 1
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|Dimensions||9.06 inches x 5.63 inches x 3.46 inches||7.5 inches x 5.9 inches x 3.1 inches||2.8 inches x 3.9 inches x 7.1 inches||12.25 inches x 17.31 inches x 11.87 inches|
|Item Weight||1 pounds||5.1 pounds||1.3 pounds||18.35 pounds|
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The woven glass fiber cone drivers and cloth dome tweeters provide broad, crisp audio.
These space-saving satellite speakers have a two-way design to deliver robust sound. View larger.
It's no secret that the small speakers built into most laptops and desktop computers leave a lot to be desired. The GigaWorks T20 Series II Speakers allow you to get the most from your movies, music, and gaming by providing rich, complete sound.
A woven glass fiber midrange speaker works together with a cloth dome tweeter to create a high-quality sound delivery system. BasXPort technology produces the deep tones for impact when playing games, watching movies, or listening to your music.
Small Speakers That Deliver Big Sound
If your desk space is at a premium, you'll appreciate the T20 Speakers' sleek design. Each speaker generates a powerful, robust sound from 28 watts of total power. A 50 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response and 80 dB signal-to-noise ratio mean that these speakers cover the sound spectrum with efficiency, producing clear, precise highs, mids, and lows.
Convenient Control and Expandability
Dial in the perfect sound to match your needs with the front-mounted bass, treble, and volume controls. A front auxiliary input allows you to plug in your digital music device or CD player, making it easy to listen to your digital music library. And a headphone jack lets you enjoy music and movies without disturbing those around you.
Each Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II Speaker measures 3.3 x 9 x 5.6 inches (WxHxD) and weighs 1.1 pounds (2.2 pounds total).
What's in the Box
GigaWorks T20 Series II Speakers (left, right), stereo-to-stereo audio cable (6 ft.), dual RCA-to-stereo audio TV adapter, power supply adapter, Quick Start leaflet.
The sleek T20 adds style to your sound system and its surroundings.
Top Customer Reviews
* Creative T12 Speakers
* Creative T20 Series II Speakers
* Bose Companion 2 Series II Speakers
After purchasing the listed 3 speakers sets, I had to play them with the various types of music I listen to, Rap/HipHop, R&B, Classical, Jazz, and Country. Here is my short review based off my experience with each item.
1: Creative T12 Speakers
PRODUCT: Very small packaging, nice design, easy to setup. Small speakers in size. Decent construction and great overall build quality. Speakers include one driver. Front of the right speaker is a volume knob, 3.5mm headphone jack, 3.5mm aux jack and a green power light. Rear of the right speaker is a second 3.5mm aux jack, port to the left speaker and port for power. The extra 3.5mm Aux jacks come in very hand for connecting to multiple devices such as MP3 Players, Gaming Headsets, Laptops, Cell Phones, etc.
SOUND: I thought they were decent until I compared them side by side with the Creative T20's which blew these out of the water in every way possible. I notice at medium to high volume levels the T12's tend to distort audio significantly, mainly due to the "bass flex" technology trying to push too hard for its little self. At low to moderate volumes they aren't that bad, but for anyone that is an audiophile, loves sound but doesn't consider themselves an audiophile, I would completely avoid these. The T12's don't get too loud, loud enough to fill a small living room but they will likely start to distort. I would ONLY recommend these speakers to people looking for a very cheap solution to simply amplify sound on their desktop or laptop.
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Since I really liked the "Creative" branded 4.1 Cambridge Soundworks speakers I decided to give Creative a second shot. Turns out it was a good decision. These speakers are loud enough for a small setup or small room. I would not expect them to fill a room like bookshelf speakers and a 80watt amp :). But these speakers make good use of the 28watts they have.
The overall sound is good for the size, power, and price. The base and highs end are good while the mid range is a bit weak but not too bad. If you want really great vocals, these may not be enough. Of course if you really want full, accurate midrange, you probably need to spend a bit more on speakers in general. My previous 4.1 (Cambridge Soundwords) did a bit better with midrange but they were about twice as expensive. One tip to help with the weaker midrange is to simply turn down the bass and treble in your PC sound setup.
The hardware itself is very solid and there is no vibrations even when you turn them up to 100%. That is rare with the cheaper speakers which just don't hold up at full volume. Basically, the speaker feel very solid and well build (and heavy) which is a good thing when it comes to speakers.
The cables also are good quality but a few of them could/should have been longer. The power cord and PC (line in jack) are both much too short. I was lucky and the line in jack just barely reached my PC (on the floor). The power brick is nice and small but the power cord also just barely reached the power strip.Read more ›
Delicated tweeters for your high notes, midrange drivers for your mids, and the BasXport on top of the speakers for them lows, and all in a small 2.0 system! A lot of speakers do not allow the user to adjust their treble and bass, these do. Not a bass person? Dial it down to 0 and turn up the treble, or max out on both and anything in between. That's what the dials are there for, because not everyone is content with preset one-off factory settings.
There are users who complaint about the bright blue light glaring at them when it is on, I don't think it is that bad unless you are sleeping with them on. Some users also said that the speakers don't do too well at high volumes, as in the sound start to become unclear/muffled. I say it is true somewhat, just try not to turn it up past 75% and you should be good. Even at that level it is loud enough to be heard in my entire house, you're not running a nightclub in your house afterall.
I had a set of 2.1 speakers from Acoustic Authority that were great, although really it was for the subwoofer. However, one of the speakers went out and I had to chuck the whole thing, including the subwoofer. However I wasn't interested in getting another 2.1 system because I wanted something simple, a set of 2.0 speakers that had good sound, something like my old Harman Kardon HK19.5 2.0 speakers, but better. So I looked around, and before I settled on these, I tried out both the Creative T20 series I and the Bose Companion 2 series II speakers.
The Creative T20 series I speakers were good, but did not bowl me over enough to warrant keeping them. The highs were great and mids were decent, liked the adjustable EQ settings on the right speaker, and were loud enough, however, I did notice that if I put the bass dial a hair past halfway, it would give a weird rattle that would distract me from the music, and if I turned it up louder, it would get worse (it is most notable on bass heavy music or music that had great emphasis on bass kicks). Also that blue light that people said was annoying...it really was annoying, and that sealed it. I took those back, and tried the Bose Companion 2 series II speakers.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For the price, an outstanding speaker. Good base and excellent overall range. I installed these on the kitchen computer and they produce some for the entire Main floor. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ben Dover
After thorough testing, I found out that "Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II" definitely sounds better than "Bose Companion 2 Series III Multimedia Speakers".Published 3 days ago by Enzo
Good for the price. Easy to install, easy to operate. I bought it to replace Avantone Mix Cubes. Great choice to have as reference speakers (sh!t control).Published 4 days ago by MVA
Very pleased with these speakers. Great sound in my opinion.....probably the best computer speakers I've owned. Recommended.Published 4 days ago by kmath444
I recently replaced a pair of Logitech’s that I’ve had for 15 yrs…and they were barely adequate. I now have these T20s connected to my desktop computer and primarily use them when... Read morePublished 6 days ago by RebelEngr
Very nice speakers for the $. Much more fidelity than the usual ones that come with desktop packagesPublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
I love these speakers. In separate places, I have both a set of the T20’s and the T40’s and they sound very similar. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Randyowl