Need new Sound system
So first, i dont need an earthquake creator bass, nor extreme high dB, hoever id like to hear games, movies and music clearly. So to the questions:
Anyone actually has any of those systems and can give a positive or negative opinion on how CLEAR is the sound at low mid,mid,mid high Volumes?
It is a bit of gadgetry versus simplicity. G51 look a bit outerspacish to me and I prefer classy look of the T7900. But you could argue about that, matter of taste I guess. Look at the control pod for both. G51 comes with a control pod that has about 10 buttons. They are supposed to action various "modes" (read EQ presets) but most people I talked to or Beats By Dre Gold
Any of those systems have anything Clarisonic Mia 2 Before And After
"like" THX that would make it more worth it?
Most games are actually 5.1, same as movies, thus barely using the 7.1 at all.
Logitech boasts higher power rating but if you look at specs they give the rating for sub at 2 Ohm. Creative does not specify the impedence at all but I opened my Creative set a while ago and satellites were rated 4 Ohms and subwoofer driver had 6 Ohm printed on it. So in fact Creative speakers might have more power then Logitech. And that would explain why people complain that bass becomes muddy at higher volume with G51 and I have never heard that being said about Creative speakers. Also note G51 speakers come each with two cones of the same size, while T7900s front speakers come with both mid range and Monster Beats Headphones Ebay Uk a twitter. The latter solution makes more sense in terms of sound quality. The rear speakers have only one cone each, though, unlike G51.
read on the web say this is pile of BS. All you need is power on/of button, volume knob, the switch between two Babyliss Pro Nano Titanium Flat Iron
inputs perhaps and some degree of control over bass and trebles. Now look on the control pod for T7900 no fireworks, plain simplicity but all the features mentioned are here.
Between g51 and T7900 a lot depends on your aesthetic preference
Should i save the cash for about 1 year and try to get z 5500 then? (meanning is there that much diffrence, since i heard a z 5500 with matrix reloaded and i was really impressed on the fighting scenes).
Great in games, weak bass in music, even weaker in movies (by weak i mean bad quality);They're an eight speaker set, thus supporting Dolby Digital EX and DTS,Annoyingly the connectors for use with your computer are the multi pole type, with the center/sub (orange) and rear (black) each with 4 separate strips rather than the usual 3 strips. This means that you only have to connect 3 plugs (orange, green and black), rather than 4 (orange, green, black and grey) to drive the 7.1 system. However, not even Creative's own X Fi cards support this feature fully so you'd be better off with another cable (4 plugs to 4 plugs, rather than 4 plugs to 3 plugs). The system will work without multi pole support but it'll resort to 5.1 rather than full 7.1 or even 6.1. For the sake of an extra cable, Creative has made the wrong choice, especially considering as I'm yet to see a motherboard that has multi pole over the additional grey plug;
You can probably see I would rather recommend Creative set it seems simplier, cheaper, arguably better sound and it is actually 7.1, but, hey, if you think G51 just look more cool go for it both speakers are solid options for a very decent price.
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