I have been using the Inspire T3100 2.1 for over a month now and its the best bang for your buck! I was looking for a good but cheap (oh that combination is almost too good!) speakers.My use would be for my notebook and for my mp3 music player. The speakers that came out the cheapest and with good quality were definitely from the creative stable. I did come across some good speaker systems from Logitech but they did turn out to be pricey atleast by 20 or 30 bucks, which is a lot if you are student!
Speaker Power: 6 Watts RMS per channel (2 channels)
17 Watts RMS subwoofer
Signal to Noise ration: 80dB
Freq response: 40Hz ~ 20kHz
Ok so what you see above is the specs of the speaker system.Well its nothing great, at first look,but as you start listening to it you really understand that they are a damn good pair of speakers for the cash you pay.I usually play Indian, specifically A.R.Rehman hits which contain a spectrum of frequencies to check out the reproduction capacity of the speakers, this one really rocks. The tweeter is so good you pickup even the mildest mids. I could definitely has greater detail from cymbals, triangles and acoustic guitars.The 17-watt RMS powered wood subwoofer gives you sufficient base, unless you want to break you neighbours windows it should be perfect for most listeners. So if you are looking for a 2.1 speaker system that really doesn’t dent your wallet, mostly a music lover,then the Inspire T3100 is definitely your pic. Gaming perfomance is decent but not on par with the music reproduction capabilities.I picked this up for 40€ and am loving it!
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