Creative Labs Inspire T6160 - Altavoces (50W, 75 Db, Negro, Alámbrico, 3,816 kg, 5.1)
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Descripción del producto
Canales de salida de audio: 5.1
Color del producto: Negro
Control remoto: Si
Dimensiones de altavoz envolvente (alto x ancho x largo): 150 x 76 x 90 mm
Dimensiones de subwoofer (alto x largo x ancho ): 259 x 160 x 190 mm
Peso: 3,816 kg
Potencia RMS de altavoces satélite: 30W
Potencia RMS de subwoofer: 20W
Potencia estimada RMS: 50W
Rango de frecuencias de altavoz satélite: 40 - 20000 Hz
Relación señal/ruido (SNR): 75 Db
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Opiniones de clientes
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I sent an RMA request and a Tech support request to Creative. After 4 days I finally received a response to my tech support request. After assuring the tech support person all was well with the sound card in a return email I still have not received another reply. The RMA request has apparently vanished into the ether. It has been 2 weeks since I placed my order here at Amazon and I still do not have properly working speakers.
Returning the speakers to Amazon today for an exchange since there isn't much out there any better than these. If second set is DOA or problems I will likely never use Creative products again. Creative used to be the "Shiznit" when it came to sound products. 10 years ago you couldn't find better equipment. It seems they have really let their products degrade considerably in the last few years.
If you can find similar / better equipment take my advice and go with it. It seems if you purchase Creative products and have problems you will have even more issues just reaching someone for help as they only have email support on their website. Apparently they discontinued the phones in India and have to have an errand boy run the emails over to the tech support center. Am guessing that is what takes their tech support so long to click reply button on the email.
UPDATE: February 02, 2012 Creative finally authorized my RMA. Only took them about a month.
This system's input don't have plugs on the back of the woofer they just come out the back thru a gormet. The inputs end in 3.5 mini plugs that exactly match to jack on a Sound Blaster sound card. One covers L&R front, one L&R back, and one woofer and center speaker. This system plugged right into my SB Audigy card without any needed adapters. If you plan to use it with another sound card of some other output source then you might need adapters to do this.
This sound is prety darn good for a system at this price range. I've own systems that had 12" woofers on them and while this system can't match them, it does a really good job or handling what I throw at it. In fact, it's just to loud if I turn it up too far! The only thing I've run into were a couple of settling in pops and a bit of static that was taken care of by making sure the inputs plugs from the speaker were plugged solidly into the sound card's jacks. (This was one the thing I thought I had a problem with at first when I first turned them on, but that turned out to be one of the plugs wasn't all the way in the sound card's jack.
The only other thing that I feel needs to be mentioned is the location of the woofer speaker itself. This system's woofer speaker is on the bottom of the woofer's enclosure. So you really need to sit the woofer encloser on the floor to get the best sound, I minor point but I feel an important one. Also the woofer speaker has no cover over it so when handling it be careful not to touch the under side of the woofer encloser as you might damage the woofer.
Overall I think a pretty good buy!!