The Creative Labs I-Trigue 3330 2.1 speaker system comes cheap, but delivers impressive quality for the price. The I-Trigue multimedia audio system offers a crisp clear sound courtesy of its patented NeoTitanium micro drivers. Not to mention that the sleek, modern design is both aesthetically pleasing and compact -- perfect for any desktop setup.
At a Glance
- Fun design
- Cheap, but good quality
- Perfect size for desktop computer
- Low volume; not good for large rooms
- Wired remote
Features of the I-Trigue Speaker Set
- NeoTitanium Mirco-Drivers
- Modern Design
A typical speaker system is made with simple aluminum drivers, but not the I-Trigue. It's NeoTitanium micro-drivers are designed to deliver crisp, bright sound, that allows your ears to indulge in every detail of the sound coming from them.
The I-Trigue's name is a play on "intrigue," and it delivers on that theme, with its unique design catching the attention of anyone checking out your desktop PC. It definitely adds a bit of cool -- though that design may come at a cost of the audio quality. The sound tends to be weak, even when turned up three-quarters of the way to the highest volume. It's not exactly a by-product of the design, but there may be a trade-off in the purchasing decision.
While the system does offer sharp, quality sound for an affordable price, it is not a loud sound. These speakers would probably not be adequate for a large room or a large group of people -- particularly for entertainment purposes, such as watching a movie. However, if just purchased for personal computer use, the I-Trigue's are more than satisfactory.
And beyond performance, the design of the speakers will go with any modern day decor, and would look great next to a classy, flat screen monitor.