• Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System
  • Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System
  • Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System
  • Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System
Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System
Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System
Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System
Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System

Creative Inspire T6300 51MF4115AA002 5.1 Channel 22 Watt Subwoofer Speaker System

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  • "High Quality, Sleek Design, "&V49
  • Clear Sound
  • Energy Star Certified
  • Creative DSE (Dual Slot Enclosure) incorporates a truly functional, conventional port tube within a tight enclosure. This greatly improves frequency distribution of the whole system, delivering louder playback with more mid bass
  • Creative improved IFP (Image Focusing Plate) features a flare surrounding the satellites to improve sonic directivity and imaging, resulting in a wider acoustic sweet spot and giving music more focus while preserving tonal accuracy
  • Distinctive front satellites that create a bold statement with smaller, accompanying rear and center positional satellites for more discrete placement
  • Powerful down firing ported subwoofer with bass level adjust
  • Integrated wired remote control with Power ON/OF and volume control for convenience

Customer Reviews

The subtlety and clarity of the sound has been greatly improved.The 5.1 Creative speakers I've been using for 15 years haven't heard the rear pair, so I replaced it.I see the changed specification. Computers and connectors are now integrated. This failure is the cause of this replacement. The volume of the base area is a little smaller. In addition, the shorter speaker connections make it more difficult to position yourself. This is a problem. The subtlety and clarity of the sound has been greatly improved.4Creative is too... thriftyThese speakers aren't bad at all but have some significant cons even for the low cost 5.1 sound system.First of all, all wires are too short! Hey, Creative engineers, what marketing idiot suggested you to reduce the wire lengths??? It's a ridiculous, it simple impossible to setup system without cable extenders. And how much does extra 10-20 feet of 5 wires will costs in manufacturing? And PC cable is also too short.Second, sound quality isn't good - that system sounds like a cheap $5 speakers from eBay (probably, same drivers). C'mon guys, you should keep a brand name.My conclusion: don't buy this system if you can afford more expensive but better system, especially if you a gamer. Also, don't buy if you like a good product quality and worryless installation.The only pros I see - it's a cheapest 5.1 sound system on Amazon (with 2 days Prime delivery). BTW, Microcenter have this ... now for $10 less ;)3Great Speaker System But One Small Problem......I have a set of T6100s (I think that's the model number) that are like these but have one advantage over these. More on that later. Speakers came in a timely matter and on time. Unpacked them. (They were very well protected and in good shape.) The first thing I noted was the thing that Creative changed that I didn't like. The old T6100 set comes with one woofer and five other speakers which are all alike, in another words a full range front left-right, center and rear left-right set of speaker ALL THE SAME SIZE. The new T6300 is a 5.1 set that has full range woofer, front left and right speakers and a smaller center, left and right rear set of speakers. So you don't have a full range set on the center, left and right rear speakers but fill type speakers that are smaller. That being said this system sounds great. I was getting it to replace a two speaker set that I was using until I could get these. (I had moved a 5.1 set off of this system to a newer computer and wanted the better sound back.) The only problem I ran into was Win 7 and the Sound Blaster FX's drivers. Even though the drivers were correct for this set of speaker to be plugged right in, Windows refused at first to "see" anything but a two speaker set up. Finally I was able to get the Sound Blaster software to active and the speakers worked great after that. This turned out to be a perfect replacement for the old speakers I moved.5A dimunitive system with a prodigious sound.Sure enogh, true to Henry Kloss' example, Cambridge Sound is still making small systems with large, kick-ass soundwaves emanating from them. This one's no exception. The dinky li'l sub, which kicks out a whole 11 watts, does the job just fine. The only black mark on this system I found, and it's a bad one - the way-too-short speaker cables. They REALLY need to rethink this one, folks, cuz it's an awful mess; the L&R front wires were no more'n five feet long--pitiful--not even practical, and they oughta know better! Granted, it's only $59.97, but how expensive can 22-gauge speaker be? I had to cut and splice to get mine together. Still,they're well worth it cuz they sound fantastic.5this is an amazing deal! The sound quality it awesomeFor the price, this is an amazing deal! The sound quality it awesome! The set up is simple! I have to warn that the wires are kind of short, especially the front and center speakers wires. They are approximately 3 and half 4-ish feet. It worked for me because my computer system setup has components in close proximity, as shown in the attached picture.5Good Budget Solution With Small IssuesI bought these speakers because I had no speakers for my gaming PC. I had to use a headset, which got uncomfortable after long periods. I settled on these speakers because I liked the look of them and because they were a middle ground on price. Not ancient and cheap but not brain-meltingly expensive. I have been using them for roughly six months now, and I have had, for the most part, positive experiences with these. There are a few small problems which add up to a lost star, but if you are on a budget and don't want to mess with a custom built system or a more expensive pre-compiled system, then these should do the trick just fine.PROS:-Good sound quality (for the most part). I have been very pleased with how loud they can get and how good they sound while doing it.-Good build quality. Speakers do not feel cheap but do not feel overly heavy. They have been dropped once or twice and knocked over, but no damage has occurred. There are no gross molding lines, the plastic has a pleasing semigloss textured look to it, and the speaker cones are smooth and well done.-Good looks. The speakers are not ugly or plain but are at the same time not too brash or overstyled. They are black, silver, and a sort of dark gray. Neutral colors with no lighting that will match most things.-Simple setup with clearly marked input channels. Large font on the back of the subwoofer with only one control (a bass knob).CONS:-Poor design on the center channel. It is a vertical unit, which blocks the monitor when placed in front of it. This is rectified by lying the speaker on its side.-Most of the cables out of the box are rather short. The rear satellites have good reach but the center, FR, and FL speakers could do with more cable. The remote and the input cables could also do with some serious lengthening. While this is a potential problem it should be noted that this issue is slightly mitigated by the cable design. The speakers themselves use RCA cables, which are common and cheap. The input wires are also 3.5 MM, which is also extremely common. The remote, however, is hard-wired.-Rear satellites and the center channel are smaller and do not sound as good because they have less range.-The base is fixed and has no mounting options. Ceiling, wall, or other mounts are impossible without destructive modifications.-No protection for the speakers. The speaker cones have nothing over them to stop any external damage.-Simple remote, which may not be an issue. It has got a power light and a thumb wheel that functions as a volume slider plus an off switch with a clicking stop at the lower end of travel.4I hoped these would be betterWhat I like: they sound pretty good.What I hate: the cables are entirely too short on everything, especially the speakers and the control. Basically, if you're going to put ALL of the speakers on your desk, you'll maybe have enough length in your cables for that. Maybe. I have a pretty tiny computer desk and I didn't have enough length in my cables to route them the way I had the cables for my old Logitech speakers routed. The front and center speakers barely had enough length to reach to sit behind my monitor (more on this in a second) and the satellite speakers barely seem to have more than 6 feet of cable, so they're not optimally positioned either. Also, why would they make a center channel speaker that doesn't lie on its side and have a way to set it on top of a monitor? When I bought my Logitech speakers about 4 years ago, I paid just over half what I paid for these (at Best Buy) and had plenty of cable length, the center speaker could actually be put where it belonged, and they sounded just as good until about 6 or 7 months ago when my center channel blew and the right front speaker started cutting out at anything above a whisper. Is it too much to ask for surround speakers to actually be able to SURROUND YOU?2DOA speaker, waiting on exchange. Still disappointed.Very disappointed in Creative's lack of development, or worse yet backwards development. I've had an Inspire 5.1 5200 that did well for about 15 years so that made me choose another Creative set.First off, as everyone complains, the cords are too short which I knew and expected, however the 3-wire 3.5mm input cable is WAY too short at only about 3' and *cant be replaced*, its hardwired and youll need an extension. That's a great first place to introduce popping and crackling.The power brick is inside the sub now instead of the end of the plug, which is an improvement, however the control, power, and 3wire 3.5mm cables are permanently affixed to the sub enclosure. You cannot unplug them if you need to drop the cables down and route to them like the speakers, you have to shove the control knob and plugs the other way which can be a problem if you're running the wires through a small hole.The volume remote now also only has the volume on it, with the bass level being moved to the back of the subwoofer.. so you have to stick your head right next to the sub while you're trying to adjust it to the level you want...No more screw holes on the back of the speakers, so they can't be mounted easily. Have to buy some command hooks or something if you want them hanging.No more speaker grill/cover, leaving them a bit vulnerable. Glossy black speaker bodies show every smudge and the control knob gets scuffed just from shoving it through the wire hole.Lastly, an actual DOA speaker. One of the rear speakers does not respond no matter what output its on, while all the other work on any output. Currently waiting on an exchange before I decide if the audio quality is even as good as the old set..2Short wiresI don't know what the designers of these products are thinking. Yes, the sound quality is good. Yes the speakers look nice. But the wires for some of the speakers are so short! The left/right surround are very long but the center/left/right are only about 3 feet. This made me change where I wanted everything to sit. Also, the center speaker does not lay horizontal, just stands up, which is fine as long as your monitor is at least 3 inches above your desk, which mine is not. Also, depending on your sound card, you may need a splitter for one of the sound jacks which is not included. The sound is great. The speakers look nice. Just wish they would have paid more attention to the cords and any possibly needed accessories.3Sounds okay. Missing some simple quality of life things.I just wanted a cheap 5.1 setup for my pc as my old one went on the fritz. The price was right. Once hooked up it sounds decent. Maybe not as much bass as I would've expected. Two annoying things.First, the cords for the speakers are not color coded. Red plug in red slot, green plug in green slot, and so forth. They're all black. They do include a sticker that you can cut into individual stickers yourself and apply to the cable and the speaker to label them.Second, the cords for the speakers are too damn short. The front speakers cables are barely enough. But the rear speakers are nowhere near long enough. To the point that I had to order RCA extensions to make it work. Do better Creative, spend a little money to improve the usability of this product.3
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Description
  • "High Quality, Sleek Design, "&V49
  • Clear Sound
  • Energy Star Certified
  • Creative DSE (Dual Slot Enclosure) incorporates a truly functional, conventional port tube within a tight enclosure. This greatly improves frequency distribution of the whole system, delivering louder playback with more mid bass
  • Creative improved IFP (Image Focusing Plate) features a flare surrounding the satellites to improve sonic directivity and imaging, resulting in a wider acoustic sweet spot and giving music more focus while preserving tonal accuracy
  • Distinctive front satellites that create a bold statement with smaller, accompanying rear and center positional satellites for more discrete placement
  • Powerful down firing ported subwoofer with bass level adjust
  • Integrated wired remote control with Power ON/OF and volume control for convenience
Reviews

Customer Reviews

The subtlety and clarity of the sound has been greatly improved.The 5.1 Creative speakers I've been using for 15 years haven't heard the rear pair, so I replaced it.I see the changed specification. Computers and connectors are now integrated. This failure is the cause of this replacement. The volume of the base area is a little smaller. In addition, the shorter speaker connections make it more difficult to position yourself. This is a problem. The subtlety and clarity of the sound has been greatly improved.4Creative is too... thriftyThese speakers aren't bad at all but have some significant cons even for the low cost 5.1 sound system.First of all, all wires are too short! Hey, Creative engineers, what marketing idiot suggested you to reduce the wire lengths??? It's a ridiculous, it simple impossible to setup system without cable extenders. And how much does extra 10-20 feet of 5 wires will costs in manufacturing? And PC cable is also too short.Second, sound quality isn't good - that system sounds like a cheap $5 speakers from eBay (probably, same drivers). C'mon guys, you should keep a brand name.My conclusion: don't buy this system if you can afford more expensive but better system, especially if you a gamer. Also, don't buy if you like a good product quality and worryless installation.The only pros I see - it's a cheapest 5.1 sound system on Amazon (with 2 days Prime delivery). BTW, Microcenter have this ... now for $10 less ;)3Great Speaker System But One Small Problem......I have a set of T6100s (I think that's the model number) that are like these but have one advantage over these. More on that later. Speakers came in a timely matter and on time. Unpacked them. (They were very well protected and in good shape.) The first thing I noted was the thing that Creative changed that I didn't like. The old T6100 set comes with one woofer and five other speakers which are all alike, in another words a full range front left-right, center and rear left-right set of speaker ALL THE SAME SIZE. The new T6300 is a 5.1 set that has full range woofer, front left and right speakers and a smaller center, left and right rear set of speakers. So you don't have a full range set on the center, left and right rear speakers but fill type speakers that are smaller. That being said this system sounds great. I was getting it to replace a two speaker set that I was using until I could get these. (I had moved a 5.1 set off of this system to a newer computer and wanted the better sound back.) The only problem I ran into was Win 7 and the Sound Blaster FX's drivers. Even though the drivers were correct for this set of speaker to be plugged right in, Windows refused at first to "see" anything but a two speaker set up. Finally I was able to get the Sound Blaster software to active and the speakers worked great after that. This turned out to be a perfect replacement for the old speakers I moved.5A dimunitive system with a prodigious sound.Sure enogh, true to Henry Kloss' example, Cambridge Sound is still making small systems with large, kick-ass soundwaves emanating from them. This one's no exception. The dinky li'l sub, which kicks out a whole 11 watts, does the job just fine. The only black mark on this system I found, and it's a bad one - the way-too-short speaker cables. They REALLY need to rethink this one, folks, cuz it's an awful mess; the L&R front wires were no more'n five feet long--pitiful--not even practical, and they oughta know better! Granted, it's only $59.97, but how expensive can 22-gauge speaker be? I had to cut and splice to get mine together. Still,they're well worth it cuz they sound fantastic.5this is an amazing deal! The sound quality it awesomeFor the price, this is an amazing deal! The sound quality it awesome! The set up is simple! I have to warn that the wires are kind of short, especially the front and center speakers wires. They are approximately 3 and half 4-ish feet. It worked for me because my computer system setup has components in close proximity, as shown in the attached picture.5Good Budget Solution With Small IssuesI bought these speakers because I had no speakers for my gaming PC. I had to use a headset, which got uncomfortable after long periods. I settled on these speakers because I liked the look of them and because they were a middle ground on price. Not ancient and cheap but not brain-meltingly expensive. I have been using them for roughly six months now, and I have had, for the most part, positive experiences with these. There are a few small problems which add up to a lost star, but if you are on a budget and don't want to mess with a custom built system or a more expensive pre-compiled system, then these should do the trick just fine.PROS:-Good sound quality (for the most part). I have been very pleased with how loud they can get and how good they sound while doing it.-Good build quality. Speakers do not feel cheap but do not feel overly heavy. They have been dropped once or twice and knocked over, but no damage has occurred. There are no gross molding lines, the plastic has a pleasing semigloss textured look to it, and the speaker cones are smooth and well done.-Good looks. The speakers are not ugly or plain but are at the same time not too brash or overstyled. They are black, silver, and a sort of dark gray. Neutral colors with no lighting that will match most things.-Simple setup with clearly marked input channels. Large font on the back of the subwoofer with only one control (a bass knob).CONS:-Poor design on the center channel. It is a vertical unit, which blocks the monitor when placed in front of it. This is rectified by lying the speaker on its side.-Most of the cables out of the box are rather short. The rear satellites have good reach but the center, FR, and FL speakers could do with more cable. The remote and the input cables could also do with some serious lengthening. While this is a potential problem it should be noted that this issue is slightly mitigated by the cable design. The speakers themselves use RCA cables, which are common and cheap. The input wires are also 3.5 MM, which is also extremely common. The remote, however, is hard-wired.-Rear satellites and the center channel are smaller and do not sound as good because they have less range.-The base is fixed and has no mounting options. Ceiling, wall, or other mounts are impossible without destructive modifications.-No protection for the speakers. The speaker cones have nothing over them to stop any external damage.-Simple remote, which may not be an issue. It has got a power light and a thumb wheel that functions as a volume slider plus an off switch with a clicking stop at the lower end of travel.4I hoped these would be betterWhat I like: they sound pretty good.What I hate: the cables are entirely too short on everything, especially the speakers and the control. Basically, if you're going to put ALL of the speakers on your desk, you'll maybe have enough length in your cables for that. Maybe. I have a pretty tiny computer desk and I didn't have enough length in my cables to route them the way I had the cables for my old Logitech speakers routed. The front and center speakers barely had enough length to reach to sit behind my monitor (more on this in a second) and the satellite speakers barely seem to have more than 6 feet of cable, so they're not optimally positioned either. Also, why would they make a center channel speaker that doesn't lie on its side and have a way to set it on top of a monitor? When I bought my Logitech speakers about 4 years ago, I paid just over half what I paid for these (at Best Buy) and had plenty of cable length, the center speaker could actually be put where it belonged, and they sounded just as good until about 6 or 7 months ago when my center channel blew and the right front speaker started cutting out at anything above a whisper. Is it too much to ask for surround speakers to actually be able to SURROUND YOU?2DOA speaker, waiting on exchange. Still disappointed.Very disappointed in Creative's lack of development, or worse yet backwards development. I've had an Inspire 5.1 5200 that did well for about 15 years so that made me choose another Creative set.First off, as everyone complains, the cords are too short which I knew and expected, however the 3-wire 3.5mm input cable is WAY too short at only about 3' and *cant be replaced*, its hardwired and youll need an extension. That's a great first place to introduce popping and crackling.The power brick is inside the sub now instead of the end of the plug, which is an improvement, however the control, power, and 3wire 3.5mm cables are permanently affixed to the sub enclosure. You cannot unplug them if you need to drop the cables down and route to them like the speakers, you have to shove the control knob and plugs the other way which can be a problem if you're running the wires through a small hole.The volume remote now also only has the volume on it, with the bass level being moved to the back of the subwoofer.. so you have to stick your head right next to the sub while you're trying to adjust it to the level you want...No more screw holes on the back of the speakers, so they can't be mounted easily. Have to buy some command hooks or something if you want them hanging.No more speaker grill/cover, leaving them a bit vulnerable. Glossy black speaker bodies show every smudge and the control knob gets scuffed just from shoving it through the wire hole.Lastly, an actual DOA speaker. One of the rear speakers does not respond no matter what output its on, while all the other work on any output. Currently waiting on an exchange before I decide if the audio quality is even as good as the old set..2Short wiresI don't know what the designers of these products are thinking. Yes, the sound quality is good. Yes the speakers look nice. But the wires for some of the speakers are so short! The left/right surround are very long but the center/left/right are only about 3 feet. This made me change where I wanted everything to sit. Also, the center speaker does not lay horizontal, just stands up, which is fine as long as your monitor is at least 3 inches above your desk, which mine is not. Also, depending on your sound card, you may need a splitter for one of the sound jacks which is not included. The sound is great. The speakers look nice. Just wish they would have paid more attention to the cords and any possibly needed accessories.3Sounds okay. Missing some simple quality of life things.I just wanted a cheap 5.1 setup for my pc as my old one went on the fritz. The price was right. Once hooked up it sounds decent. Maybe not as much bass as I would've expected. Two annoying things.First, the cords for the speakers are not color coded. Red plug in red slot, green plug in green slot, and so forth. They're all black. They do include a sticker that you can cut into individual stickers yourself and apply to the cable and the speaker to label them.Second, the cords for the speakers are too damn short. The front speakers cables are barely enough. But the rear speakers are nowhere near long enough. To the point that I had to order RCA extensions to make it work. Do better Creative, spend a little money to improve the usability of this product.3
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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