Creative Gigaworks T3 2.1:Great Performance & Price
No kidding, you’ll stare in fascination at this 2.1 channel system. Barring the Razer Mako, it;s the sleekest audible thing to grace your rack. The satellites feature attached stands, are bomb-proof and stable. Employing full-range 2 inch drivers, they’re incredibly diminutive in size, so fitting them into tight nooks is hardly an issue. The compact subwoofer is also deceptively powerful. It doesn’t have a portable, but harnessing Creative SLAMtech, the sub actually houses three 6.5 inch drivers, making it a force to be reckoned with. The final component of the set is the control pod. It adjusts the volume, and sports a line in/out. The entire upper half of the pod turns to the left shuts the system off. Audio quality is expectedly great. The satellites offer clear mids and highs and the dynamic ability of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. For newbies, this means that the soft sounds remain soft and the louder parts ,loud. The parthole-less subwoofer has mesmerising bass. It’s tighter than a pair of leather pants on Carmen Electra and offers more thump than an Enfield Bullet! There’s a discrete bass knob at the rear of the sub in case you want to adjust the level. Overall, there’s great spatial imaging, excellent sound reproduction and heart pounding bass. In one word, It’s immaculate.
Audio centric: The remote houses a volume dial, aux in and headphones out
Green Sound: Energy Star certification means that this system is power efficient
Standees Only: The two satellites have integrated stands that offer good stability
Thumbs Up: Top-notch looks and build. Mesmerising audio reproduction and pounding bass. Great pricing. Energy Star compliant.
Thumbs Down: Didn’t you read the review above? There’s nothing to hate. go buy it!
Power:2×15W satellites. 50W subwoofer
Frequency Response: 30Hz-20,000KHz
Connectors: Headphones out, line in
Satellite: 93×76x149mm, 352g
Subwoofer: 287×236x213mm, 5.9kg