Creative Labs Gigaworks S750 7.1 Speakers
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 03/28/2005 07:00 AM [ 0 comment(s) ]
On the next few pages we'll show you some photos. The images were taken at 2560x1920 pixels and then scaled down.
Yes, you are looking at 20-30 KG's easily.
The actual Creative Labs Gigaworks S750 packaging. It's no secret, the GigaWorks are indirectly aimed at an extremely narrow slice of the high-end PC crowd.
Once you start unpacking you will understand the care that was used to pack this set. Everything is carefully packaged.
Three 10ft / 3m cables for front speakers, two 16ft / 5m cables for side speakers, two 23ft / 7m cables for rear speakers, 7.1 audio cable, power cable.
So 7.1 surround sound, do we really need to invest in it ? Ehm, no ... But I can tell you it does make a very nice difference over the traditional 5.1 setup for sure. I'll explain all that on this multi purpose speaker set later on when I will talk a little about my game/movie/music experiences in combination with the GigaWorks S750's.
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