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Friday, 09 November 2007 03:04

Creative focuses on 2.0 speakers

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Three new systems


Creative has launched three new 2.0 speaker systems branded GigaWorks HD50, GigaWorks T40 and Inspire T10.

The first is GigaWorks HD50 2.0 stereo speakers, which feature titanium super tweeters with ultra high-frequency capability for smooth playback and Creative high-definition drivers for outstanding bass. The Gigaworks HD50 comes with built-in BasXPort technology so it can deliver clearer bass and warmer, more natural playback. The new Gigaworks HD50 will definitely look good on any desk with 14.1cm height.

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Next in line is the premium range Gigaworks T40 speaker system with MTM audiophile driver configuration, glass fiber cone drivers and cloth design for better resistance to humidity and temperature changes. Last in line are small Inspire T10 speakers aimed at value-minded consumers who still want good audio. The Inspire T10 are designed for perfectly balanced audio performance.

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All of these should be available soon at suggested retail prices of US$149.99 for GigaWorks HD50 and  GigaWorks T40, and US$49.99 for Inspire T10.

Last modified on Friday, 09 November 2007 03:58
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