Creative T30 Wireless (2.0) Bluetooth NFC Speakers with High Quality AptX Audio, BasXPort Technology and Aux-in £42.96 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Creative T30 Wireless (2.0) Bluetooth NFC Speakers with High Quality AptX Audio, BasXPort Technology and Aux-in £42.96 @ Amazon

£42.96 @ Amazon
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#1
bargain
1 Like #2
same price on Maplin. I guess Amazon are price matching Maplin.

Edited By: Speculator on Sep 03, 2016 20:35
#3
Ordered thanks!
1 Like #4
Pretty :)
#5
Bargain, blasting out the previous non-bluetooth model now and they are great!
1 Like #6
A wireless speaker without batteries and only AC powered ?
2 Likes #7
Excellent price, I bought some T20's in 2008... they are still going strong so can't justify the upgrade!!
3 Likes #8
Don't need, can't resist, ordered thanks
#9
How loud are these?, looking for an alternative to the built in speakers of my TV, i find myself putting the volume up a considerable amount just to hear my TV from 3 metres away in my living room... was thinking of a AV receiver and speaker setup or a dolby surround but not keen on wiring or too many little speakers around the room
#10
Imran_Bham
How loud are these?, looking for an alternative to the built in speakers of my TV, i find myself putting the volume up a considerable amount just to hear my TV from 3 metres away in my living room... was thinking of a AV receiver and speaker setup or a dolby surround but not keen on wiring or too many little speakers around the room

It'll be better than the TV's speakers.
#11
Imran_Bham
How loud are these?, looking for an alternative to the built in speakers of my TV, i find myself putting the volume up a considerable amount just to hear my TV from 3 metres away in my living room... was thinking of a AV receiver and speaker setup or a dolby surround but not keen on wiring or too many little speakers around the room


id go with a sound bar + sub although can't beat an av receiver with the full 5.1 setup. A Bluetooth setup for the TV sounds like a ball ache.
#12
MrWani
Imran_Bham
How loud are these?, looking for an alternative to the built in speakers of my TV, i find myself putting the volume up a considerable amount just to hear my TV from 3 metres away in my living room... was thinking of a AV receiver and speaker setup or a dolby surround but not keen on wiring or too many little speakers around the room


id go with a sound bar + sub although can't beat an av receiver with the full 5.1 setup. A Bluetooth setup for the TV sounds like a ball ache.


Just use the 3.5mm cable
#13
same price on ebay from maplin but..1.05% cashback thru TCB :)
#14
barijohn
Excellent price, I bought some T20's in 2008... they are still going strong so can't justify the upgrade!!


Absolutely the same, mines been with me since 2007.

First used as PC speakers then Xbox 360 speakers and so on!

The bass is decent!
1 Like #15
danflorin3
same price on ebay from maplin but..1.05% cashback thru TCB :)
or direct from Maplin, 6% TCB
#16
what are the differences between T20 and T30 apart from T30 is wireless.

T20 II is £60.

T30 is wireless and cheaper.

But T20 has better reviews despite higher price and less functions.


I have few sets of T20 at home.


Edited By: huangxq2 on Sep 04, 2016 01:59
#17
I have the T20 II and it has the Gigaworks branding. It appears to be missing on the wireless T30.
#18
Imran_Bham
How loud are these?, looking for an alternative to the built in speakers of my TV, i find myself putting the volume up a considerable amount just to hear my TV from 3 metres away in my living room... was thinking of a AV receiver and speaker setup or a dolby surround but not keen on wiring or too many little speakers around the room


I have the smaller, cheaper T10s hooked up to main TV and they are a good improvement over the standard TV speakers. These T30s should be a vast improvement. Tempted to get some myself.
1 Like #19
Speculator
same price on Maplin. I guess Amazon are price matching Maplin.
http://i.imgur.com/QPOtxBE.png
1 Like #20
Imran_Bham
How loud are these?, looking for an alternative to the built in speakers of my TV, i find myself putting the volume up a considerable amount just to hear my TV from 3 metres away in my living room... was thinking of a AV receiver and speaker setup or a dolby surround but not keen on wiring or too many little speakers around the room

Time for a hearing test?

But nothing beats a full on AV set-up, wires can always be bundled and hidden away quite effectively.
1 Like #21
defmote
Speculator
same price on Maplin. I guess Amazon are price matching Maplin.
http://i.imgur.com/QPOtxBE.png
It was the same price direct from maplins.Co.UK and was 6% on tcb.

This deal is sold and dispatched from Amazon. See right hand panel for sellers. Amazon had stock last night but are now 2-4 weeks delivery.

2. New
£42.96
Eligible for FREE UK Delivery
Usually dispatched within 2 - 4 weeks.
Amazon.co.uk





Edited By: Speculator on Sep 04, 2016 10:33: .
#22
bought some T20's years ago and still going strong with great sound
#24
http://d287ku8w5owj51.cloudfront.net/inline/products/21676/gallery/lifestyle_T30wireless_2.jpg
#25
These better (louder with better bass) than the logitech equivalents, so the Z333 and Z323 I think it is? Ignoring the Bluetooth aspect as not really interested in that.
1 Like #26
Does anyone know if these switch off automatically if they don't receive any input?

(the speakers in my bedroom stay on and "hum" after I have turned the TV off)
#27
Dave_dave69
Does anyone know if these switch off automatically if they don't receive any input?
(the speakers in my bedroom stay on and "hum" after I have turned the TV off)
Same here, looking for some speakers which I can hook up to my chromecast but when not in use, switch off and not hum.
#28
Dave_dave69
Does anyone know if these switch off automatically if they don't receive any input?
(the speakers in my bedroom stay on and "hum" after I have turned the TV off)
The Amazon reviews have a common complaint that they do switch off automatically!
#29
Dave_dave69
Does anyone know if these switch off automatically if they don't receive any input?
(the speakers in my bedroom stay on and "hum" after I have turned the TV off)
I have a set of T40s connected to my tv that are supposed to switch into standby after a certain time but they just continue to stay on with a slight hum when the tv is off so I wouldn't trust what the manufacturers say.
But in all fairness they do sound good good when the tvs on and far better than the soundbar I had previously.


Edited By: paulandpam1 on Sep 04, 2016 15:03
#30
Back to £93.44 was just about to order them too..
#31
Gone from eBay too.
#32
Ashe
Dave_dave69
Does anyone know if these switch off automatically if they don't receive any input?
(the speakers in my bedroom stay on and "hum" after I have turned the TV off)
The Amazon reviews have a common complaint that they do switch off automatically!

thanks
#33
paulandpam1
Dave_dave69
Does anyone know if these switch off automatically if they don't receive any input?
(the speakers in my bedroom stay on and "hum" after I have turned the TV off)
I have a set of T40s connected to my tv that are supposed to switch into standby after a certain time but they just continue to stay on with a slight hum when the tv is off so I wouldn't trust what the manufacturers say.
But in all fairness they do sound good good when the tvs on and far better than the soundbar I had previously.


thanks
#34
price 89.99 now ;(
#35
hasan6958
These better (louder with better bass) than the logitech equivalents, so the Z333 and Z323 I think it is? Ignoring the Bluetooth aspect as not really interested in that.

I sold 3 sets of Z323 to CeX and bought 2 sets of T20 II from them few months ago.

I do not have the space for 2.1 speakers on TV stands.

Edited By: huangxq2 on Sep 04, 2016 19:39
#36
Even my T20 II switch to standby after some time in idle, but it automatically switches back once new input is received.
#37
Ordered a pair and if they don't come up to scratch , I'm gonna scratch some people in here :p

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