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Creative GigaWorks T20W Series II Wireless Speakers
Perfect speakers that complement Creative wireless audio products
Leveraging on the award-winning GigaWorks series brand name and its renowned premium audio quality, the GigaWorks T20W Series II is ideal for music and gaming enthusiasts. Complementing existing Creative wireless audio products, you can now enjoy uncompressed Xtreme Fidelity music anywhere in your home. A perfectly easy set-up, these sleek speakers come with contemporary black finishing and will fit neatly on any desktop!
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Precision-tuned, two-way speaker design
Enjoy well-balanced audio with dedicated tweeters for sharp, detailed highs and robust mid-range drivers for richer, fuller sound.
BasXPort™ technology for enhanced bass
Enhance the low frequency response without the bulkiness of a subwoofer.
Convenient front access
Enjoy individual volume, bass and treble controls. Plus, the headphone jack and auxiliary-in allow for easy connections.
Wireless music system powered by X-Fi
Listen to uncompressed Xtreme Fidelity music from Creative wireless audio products across the room or around the house conveniently with no delays or dropouts of up to 100ft. The built-in receiver accepts wireless audio from Sound Blaster X-Fi Notebook and other select Creative wireless audio products.
Enhanced Bass with BasXPort technology
Wireless music powered by X-Fi
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29 of 30 found the following review helpful:
TeeKayeDec 25, 2009
By Amazon Customer
I bought these speakers and the Sound Blaster wireless audio transmitter for my son for Christmas. I plugged in the speakers and hooked them up via the direct audio cable to gauge the sound. I thought I had to install the software and pair the speakers to get them running on wireless but as I plugged in the transmitter I thought I would just uplug the audio cable to see what happens. Sure enough the music from his laptop was streaming wirelessly to the speakers. The sound is clear and continuous. The base is good enough for a medium-sized room. There was some distortion when you crank the volume up beyond about three quarters but that was the only drawback. Remeber this is only through the usb transmitter and no additional stations were needed for same room sound.
13 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Very good under limited conditionsJan 16, 2010
By Edward Buonamano
I bought the T20W speakers along with the Express slot transmitter. The setup is easy if you know anything about your computer and operating system (and you should). The sound was great for small, portable speakers. Now for the limited conditions: 1. I could not use them in my backyard, sixty feet away, because there were three walls between my notebook transmitter and the T20W speakers. I realize obstacles reduce reception, but this was excessive. 2. Not having the ability to control anything but volume, was the reason I returned the components. These speakers need the same four-function control panel that is incorporated in the SB1122 wireless receiver (i.e. play/pause, previous/next). And it would be simple to do because all these components are part of the X-Fi family. If you intend to use the speakers in a different section of the house than the computer, I suggest using the separate wireless receiver so you can plug it into any (powered) speakers you prefer, and still have basic remote contol of your music.
13 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Don't buy this product!Nov 26, 2010
I purchased these speakers and a transmitter based on Amazon's recommendation. They do not work together. The speakers are probably fine if you connect them via the RCA jacks on the back, but then what would be the point of having wireless speakers?
The included instructions are criminally bad. The english language instructions consist of pictures of how to connect your new (and expensive) speakers via the RCA jacks. There is not one word about how to get them to work wirelessly. I also purchased an X-Fi transmitter, and while it works, no signal is found by the speakers - 6 feet away from the transmitter.
I visited the company's web site and found the exact same 'instructions' on how to connect using the RCA jacks. Their knowledgebase contains lots of advertising verbage, but no real information on their products.
Terrible product, terrible instructions and documentation, terrible web site, and no support. You cannot even send them an email to beg for help.
Do not buy this product.
7 of 7 found the following review helpful:
Great speakers!Dec 23, 2009
By Mark Aguilar
I bought them for my laptop and having music all around my apartment. The sound is great. Although it took me about 30 minutes to get them working and reading several times the tiny instructions but everything sounds excellent with no delay. Definitely recommend them. I got them through another store which were cheaper than Amazon.com.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Missing DetailsJan 08, 2011
By Amazon Customer
I ordered this set of speakers only to find it needed a specific transmitter, not a generic bluetooth adapter. I then ordered the proprietary dongle only to find it was for yet a different set of wireless speakers. After three orders I finally purchased another set of wireless speakers and returned these. I never did hear if they were of good quality or not. By the way the customer service you can expect from Creative is next to useless. There is no way to get a quick answer. You can only send an email and wait.......
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