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Creative Inspire T10 Multimedia Speakers

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  • BasXPort technology provides dynamic bass support without a subwoofer
  • Can be connected to MP3 players, PCs and notebooks
  • Magnetically shielded speakers do not interfere with monitor display
  • Frequency response of 80 Hz - 20 kHz with 5 Watts RMS per channel
  • Tone control that encompasses treble and bass that tailors to your music playback
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Technical Details
BrandCreative Labs
Item Weight1.1 Kg
Product Dimensions27 x 20.2 x 18.6 cm
Item model number51MF1600AA001
Wattage5 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB000WQIKJ0
Best Sellers Rank 454 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.6 Kg
Date First Available3 Oct 2007
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Creative 2.0 Desktop Speakers

True two-way speaker system delivers vivid bass and pristine highs.

Creative Labs 2.0 Desktop Speaker. Design
More Music than You Can Possibly Imagine

The Creative Inspire T10 redefines your listening experience. Boasting an elegant stylish look coupled with clear pristine audio, the compact Inspire T10 packs a formidable performance in a two-way speaker design. Start hearing detail in your music that you have never heard before. High frequency instruments such as strings and cymbals can now be picked out, thanks to the dedicated tweeters. Even seismic drumming can now be felt with the unique BasXPort technology which delivers vivid bass effects that can match a speaker system with a subwoofer. Revel in a speaker system without sacrificing performance and extra space. Get ready for a phenomenal performance that promises more body, balance and a greater naturalness to your music.

Music to Match Your Style

A perfect combination of style and performance, the Inspire T10 is a revolutionary breakaway from traditional speaker design. With a glossy finish augmented by an acoustically slanted front, the Inspire T10 re-introduces desktop speakers in a whole new light, be it for your PC, Mac or MP3.

More Music, More Detail

Imagine being able to pick up even the soft clamour of a "Ride" cymbal in a slow rock song. With a dedicated tweeter and two-way design, you can fully appreciate performances that are rich in high frequencies, such as those with clarinets and strings.

Extended Listening

The built-in headphone jack and AUX In connector makes it easy to plug in your headphones for private listening, or play music from your MP3 player or any other analog audio devices.

All Bass, Less Space

The space-saving BasXPort means you don't really need an additional subwoofer to enjoy deep bass music. Acoustically engineered to enhance the lower midrange, BasXPort channels the sound waves efficiently from the inner chamber to the soundstage. What you get is music that has more weight - without a third box.


PACKAGE CONTENTS
  • Two satellite speakers
  • 3.5mm mini jack cable
  • AC Power Adapter
  • Quick start guide

Box Contains

  • Creative Inspire T10 speaker set
  • 3.5mm mini jack cable
  • AC power adapter
  • Quick start guide

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    527 of 534 people found the following review helpful By Dave B on 13 Dec 2007
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    I agree with all the previous reviewers comments. Here's my experience of the T10's. I wanted some small reletivly inexpensive pc speakers so that I could listen to radio and music from my pc in the kitchen but as I like my music I did not want them to sound rubbish. I was very reluctant to purchase a pair of speakers without actually hearing them first. But I did quite a bit of research on the web before I decided on the T10's. It seemed that a lot of the speakers on the market especially those with subwoofers were too boomy, too much bass and lacking midrange. Now being a person who likes to hear all the instruments and vocals clearly I decided to sacrifice the bass for the mid range. After scouring the web I only found a few speakers that fulfilled my requirements at the right price and even these seemed to have conflicting opinions about the mid range lacking and being 'too bassy'. So even though I could only find a handful of reviews for the Creative T10 I decided to settle on them and I'm glad I did. When they arrived they felt heavy (always a good sign with speakers). And that evening I road tested them. First I tried the radio, I could hear the presenters clearly, good. Then with my partners music Clannad, I could hear the words and vocals clearly and all the musical instruments, GREAT! my partner was impressed also. Admittadly they were lacking a little in the bass department but for such small speakers at that price, without a subwoofer it was perfectly adequate. Next I tried playing The Cult and cranked them up a bit and they sounded pretty dammed good if not better than my hi-fi speakers and 'they rocked'. I only had to turn them up a 1/4 of the way as it is a small kitchen and I value my hearing I was amazed how much volume could be had from 5 watts rms per channel.Read more ›
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    150 of 153 people found the following review helpful By turkey_baster on 16 April 2008
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    Without boring you with the details, I lost the stereo in the divorce and my PC doesn't have a great speaker built in (think tin foil covered comb) so it wouldn't have taken much to improve my musical enjoyment.

    Having a very limited income at the moment (it gets worse doesn't it?) I couldn't afford a new stereo and my room is too small (not a dry eye in the house) for a stereo anyway so I decided to venture into a thus far unexplored world of PC speakers.

    For £30 I really wasn't expecting much. Especially with my luck of late (I'm doing it on purpose now). I've been blown away by these little creatives. The quality and depth of sound is staggering from such small units. I'm listening to the Beatle's 'revolver' album at the moment and it sounds incredible, I'm sure it didn't sound any better on the £150 stereo which I don't have any more. Yellow Submarine is of course still terrible but the speakers can't make up for the crime of letting Ringo near the microphone.

    So back to the speakers. I'm no expert, but I am fussy and I do love my music. To me, the bass is well balanced, not too weak, nor overpowering. Its also 'crisp' (which is probably the wrong term), not all sludgy and horrid. The middle and treble is well defined and overall the sound is rich and rewarding. Power wise they're more than adequate to fill my (small) room, not losing any clarity at higher volumes. I am staggered.

    I'm going to scrape together a meagre meal for 1 now, and smile while I do it knowing my little speakers will be waiting for me when I get back...
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    49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Ja Nicolson on 1 July 2008
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    The quality of these speakers has been adequately spoken off in other reviews. They do the job brilliantly.
    I say shame about the plug because it is one of these clumsy, large transformer ones that blocks out three other sockets on my surge protection board. The only way it fits in is with the use of an adaptor plug to raise it above surrounding plugs. It is a continued annoyance that manufacturers use these plugs rather than put the transformer up in the speakers or in a separate plug in unit. It is not just a problem with these speakers or this manufacturer I have four of these on my computer causing problems of how to connect them, and need a separate extension board, it is all very clumsy.
    That's the moan part. I am a bit of a fan of creative products, apart from the stupid plugs, and these speakers fed through my creative sound card give really good sound. Once you get round the plug problem they are a brilliant buy.
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    131 of 135 people found the following review helpful By nibbler65 on 4 Feb 2008
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    I bought a pair of these after reading reviews and spending hours looking online at other brands and decided to go with these. Am I glad I did, these speakers are simply stunning. For the money the build quality is good, they feel fairly heavy and are very sturdy. They look great with a glossy black frontage and matt black casing. The sound is awesome. The bass is not bloated or boomy, the detail is good, and the treble sounds spot on. My husband was so impressed he bought a pair the very next day and he is an 'audiophile' so they must be good. To put it bluntly, we were simply just blown away by the sound of these amazing cans. We would highly recommend these to anyone looking for a cost effective way of upgrading the sound for their PC, Laptop or other device.
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    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By L J Slater on 30 July 2009
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    These speakers are incredible for the price - especially if you listen to classical or jazz and do not need a blow-you-away extra powerful bass/ sub woofer. They look good, and are nice and heavy, which I am sure is part of the reason why they produce such a full warm sound without muffling the detail. (H 20cms, W 10cms, D 14cms).

    Taking a tip from another reviewer, I had them playing for several hours to warm up the sound, and it works: they definitely took on a resonance which had been less apparent on start up. And it is there across the full range from top violin notes which absolutely sing out, while producing a full middle, as well as a vibrant base. So give them 2-4 hours of play before you judge them.

    I like that there are no-fuss controls - easy to reach knobs on the front of the main speaker, one for volume and the other for tone, which also has a slight hesitation as you reach the half way mark on the turn, nice touch. Installing them is just a matter of plugging in the mains lead, the PC and Left speaker connectors. The 'on' light is a discreet green, and the connector plugs into the headphone jack, ie into the sound card, rather than via a USB port, never as good. It seems Creative have thought of everything and managed to keep it all simple at the same time. Nice work.

    About the plug, which some reviewers have complained about as being too big. Well, yes that is annoying but it is because it neatly houses the transformer and gets rid of that heavy box half way along the cable. I have to boast I solved that problem by simply lifting it up, plugging it into the kind of continental adaptor which also takes a UK fitting (not all do, NB) so that it does not abutt onto other plugs. Problem solved, but anyway I don't think it is worth the loss of a star.
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