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Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium HD PCI-E

Creative Labs X-Fi Titanium HD PCI-E

“ After my E-MU 0404 USB that serve my workstation @ China dying (I'm using E-MU 1820m back in Singapore), I was thinking of buying another E-MU products. But when I try to look around, the choices is slim at China and the price is high.   There is two choices here - either going to Creative products or opt for Asus products.   I would like to try out Asus products, but I am...” --yeeyy

100% Positive Reviews
Creative Labs GigaWorks T20 Series II 2.0 Multimedia Speaker System with BasXPort Technology

Creative Labs GigaWorks T20 Series II 2.0 Multimedia Speaker System with BasXPort Technology

“ I purchased these after a lot of research.  The kids speakers (on a second PC) went belly-up, so I gave them my Logitech 2.1 set - and ordered the T20-S2 mainly for the smaller footprint (no sub), and also for the increased clarity.   BTW - the price above was NZD converted to USD at the time of purchase.  Audio in NZ is normally relatively expensive compared the the rest...” --Brooko

100% Positive Reviews
Creative Labs Sound Blaster Wireless Audio Transmitter and Receiver Bundle

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Wireless Audio Transmitter and Receiver Bundle

“ I bought one of these b/c I recently discovered Spotify and didn't want to be tethered to my 2.1 system or my rack stereo while I was working at home on my laptop. Ordered it, received it, opened the box, skipped the manual (naturally), plugged it in, and -- BANG!! -- music playing over my sound system. I didn't even have to install the software. It took me longer to open the box and...” --Schnazola

100% Positive Reviews
Creative Labs SB1100 USB 2.0 Sound Blaster X-Fi Go Audio System

Creative Labs SB1100 USB 2.0 Sound Blaster X-Fi Go Audio System

“ I bought this for a "try-it-and-see" provisional and was pleasantly surprised. The music came alive. The highs were more crisp, the lows more dramatic and deep. The staging was improved. The music took on a surround sound, three dimensional quality. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to improve the quality of their on-board sound cards. Try for $25-30 you can't go wrong. ” --peterabb

100% Positive Reviews
Creative Labs SB0570L4 Sound Blaster Audigy SE Sound Card

Creative Labs SB0570L4 Sound Blaster Audigy SE Sound Card

“ It isn't audiophile card, but sounds good for casual music listening and gaming... enjoyable mids, highs seems a bit unreal for me (harsh,unfocused) , but the bass is full and punchy ... Low cost enjoyable card with Wolfson DAC : great value. ” --Lewzke

100% Positive Reviews
Creative Labs GigaWorks T3 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System

Creative Labs GigaWorks T3 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System

“ Very good speakers.   They doesn't sound like Hi-fi speaker  but they look amazing, they are small, an they produce a great sound for ther size.    I love them    ” --pedromalheiro

100% Positive Reviews
I-trigue L3800 (eps Compliant) (eng/fr)

I-trigue L3800 (eps Compliant) (eng/fr)

“ I'm not much for speakers anymore, since headphones seem like a more intimate experience.  My big problem with these though is my power cable has a short that still lets it get power, but you must not touch it or I end up having to fiddle with it for a while until I get power.  I've had a tough time finding a replacement too because even if creative still sold these speakers they...” --MooTaters

100% Positive Reviews
Creative Labs Inspire A200 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System

Creative Labs Inspire A200 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System

“ I bought these because there weren't any better alternatives in this price range (as far as i know). They look decent, and are ok build quality. BUT they aren't exactly loud, and at max volume the bass sounds horrible, with a lot of distortion. They are pretty cheap however.    overall 3/5 because, well, you get what you pay for. ” --samuraiweasel

100% Positive Reviews
Creative Labs SB1040 PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio Sound Card

Creative Labs SB1040 PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio Sound Card

“What they did with this card was get a lower quality, and poorly supported chip and stick the X-Fi label on it. It's not a good card. Drivers are dodgy and completely non existent for Linux. The sound is OK, but not noticeably better than what you would get from an Audigy SE or something. It certainly isn't 'X-Fi' standard. The only 'advantage' I can think of is that it is PCI-E. Not that it...” --theeyealtering

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