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Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II 2.0 Multimedia Speaker System with BasXPort Technology $65 New

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Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II 2.0 Multimedia Speaker System with BasXPort Technology https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001RNO...pAb0JD0DMQ

Go to Used and New section. Find sold by Amazon for $65 new. It will say out of stock but will ship when stock available. Checked CCC seems like a good price. Review seems solid too. Was looking for Klipsch Promedia 2.1. Anyone could comment on these speakers Vs the Klipsch. Know it is not an apple to apple comparison but wanted to know if the Creative Gigaworks speakers are worth the price I am paying. Will be using for music and movies in general.
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Fifty bucks is the real deal, sixty five not so much (eighty bucks the avg per camel)
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Fifty bucks is the real deal, sixty five not so much (eighty bucks the avg per camel)
If you diss a deal provide enough info and make it accurate.

Keepa and Camel both say it hit $50 once for a couple of days in 2014. Next lowest was $60 which it hit for maybe a week in 2015. Since then $65 is the lowest which does not happen often. the average is $83.70 not $80

$65 is not 50% off, but if you are considering these speakers it is the lowest price in over 2 years. Good deal.

As to the quality, I owned them briefly and was not impressed, but most owners like them and I never owned the Klipsch to compare.
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If I was spending $65 on a desktop computer speaker now I would buyMicrolab T8s here. [ebay.com]

Microlab is a Chinese company that has made speakers for themselves and others for years. These T8s briefly sold for $200 + but they then sold the rights to Jamo (a Klipsch Company) who now sells them as the Jamo DS5 for $250 [crutchfield.com].

Apparently this eBay seller found some of the originals. Hey, you'd have a computer speaker no one else does that has bluetooth and looks like a wave.
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If I was spending $65 on a desktop computer speaker now I would buyMicrolab T8s here. [ebay.com]

Microlab is a Chinese company that has made speakers for themselves and others for years. These T8s briefly sold for $200 + but they then sold the rights to Jamo (a Klipsch Company) who now sells them as the Jamo DS5 for $250 [crutchfield.com].

Apparently this eBay seller found some of the originals. Hey, you'd have a computer speaker no one else does that has bluetooth and looks like a wave.
Thanks for the recommendation. I will check it out.
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