Creative Desktop Theatre DTT2200 Reviews
Newest Review: ... card for £90! That's a saving of over £100 compared to PC World. Well I got my speakers home and the first thing I ... more
Customer Creative Desktop Theatre DTT2200 Reviews (3)
by - written on 19/12/01, updated on 19/12/01 (Very useful, 2830 readings)
I, as I seem to writing all too frequently, have just built myself a new PC! It was the first one I have ever built and the only previous experience I have had with PC Hardware was doing the odd upgrade to my old PC. It was pretty nerve reeking, but I survived and I really enjoyed it and the sound I now get out of it is great. Most people underestimate sound when it comes to computers, but I consider it as important as anything else in a PC. It is not required to have sound to make a pc work, but I couldn't live without it. I listen to music a lot and have a large music collection. I encoded these all into mp3 files on my PC. Thankfully they sound ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/01, updated on 25/08/01 (Very useful, 1380 readings)
After buying myself a fine Soundblaster Live! 5.1 soundcard, I needed a decent speaker system to go with it. My pair of Super-Sound Ultra Tacky speakers just weren't doing the job for me. However, after recently buying myself a collection of World War 2 port-a-loos, I was a little out of pocket. Little did I know that the perfect solution was just round the corner - in my bedroom in fact. After about 10 minutes of browsing the internet looking for the perfect solution to my problems I came across something that would change the socket configuration of my sound card forever - the Creative Desktop Theatre DTT2200. Cheap, cheerful and easy to set up, this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/01, updated on 24/08/01 (Very useful, 2577 readings)
Brought to you by Creative, the makers of soundcards and other computer equipment, and in collaboration with Cambridge Soundworks, the Desktop Theatre DTT2200 is just what it says: a set of speakers to recreate cinema sound from your computer. You get a set of 5 speakers, and a subwoofer which provides amplification for all the other speakers. The speakers come in black finish and are very compact on your desktop, being a cube shape and around 2 1/2 inches square in size. But are these speakers any good at creating cinema sound from your computer? Well, the short answer is yes ... if ...! And the ifs are as follows: These speakers will produce cinema sound ... Read the complete review
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