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    Default Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Can anyone tell me where to find Cambridge Soundworks speakers in BD? or Klipsch? or Audioengine?
    seeing is believing..

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    have you tried some of the stores displaying many many speakers on the 3rd and 4th floor? dont know about AE or klipsch, but I think you will find some quality altec speakers, but that's just me talking, am not an audiophile but more experienced peeps here are sure to know.

    peace bro!
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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Cambridge Soundworks is owned by Creative. Most of their products are sold under the Creative name (ie Cambridge Gigaworks = Creative Gigaworks)

    I think there were three tiers, Soundworks, Megaworks and Gigaworks. Creative only went ahead with the last one, probably because the first two are covered by their own products anyway, along with a new one named Microworks I think

    Dont think you will find Audioengine but if youre planning to bring it from abroad, you can have a look at many other brands aside from Audioengine, while they are certainly good, there are better alternatives.
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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Can't bring from abroad. I've seen Cambridge Soundworks speaker in BD. That's a long time (~5/6years) ago.
    seeing is believing..

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Yeah....Creative doesnt make them anymore...

    and no one brings the gigaworks ones...

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by avas911 View Post
    Yeah....Creative doesnt make them anymore...

    and no one brings the gigaworks ones...
    No one brings Gigaworks ? From where did you find that information ?
    Gigaworks T series, g500, g550w , s750, shob ee available chilo BD te.

    SourceEdge,Flora,Global shobai ansilo. Source edge shudhu G500 (with warranty) korsilo ar Global G550W and MEgaworks 5.1. Flora did the rest including g500,shob warranty less.
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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    AMi last 2 yrs age 1 piece gigaworks 7.1 dekhsilam multiplan e...erpor ar dekhi nai....ar t series to ar giga/mega works name dia kore na....

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    T series er nam keno gigaworks hobe na? - Gigaworks T20/T40/T3......

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    hmm....ei gula ki ager 5.1....7.1 gular moto bhalo?

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Ager bolte ki bujhlam na.....Megaworks ?

    The Gigaworks T20/40 arnt that gr8. The T3 is good. The g500 and onwards are monsters. Monster bolleo kom hobe.
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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    i was talking about g500 kinda stuff...

    ---------- Post added at 01:00 ---------- Previous post was at 00:58 ----------

    Ar mega works name kisu silo...

    http://ixbtlabs.com/articles2/creative-thx-550/

    http://www.amazon.com/Creative-Labs-.../dp/B00007AKC0

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    The Gigaworks T20/40 arnt that gr8


    They have absolutely amazing midrange and highs, in fact they will put most desktop speakers to shame with their midrange. Those woven glass-fibers cones are the ones that come in high end B&W speakers, and the mids that come out of those little gems are outstanding. Only problem with the T20/40 is you gotta turn up the volume over half to properly enjoy them

    About the lack of low frequency bass, well you can always get a decent sub and attach it, then tune the crossover frequency properly (most common problem with desktop speaker are setups, mismatched crossover and the bass seems detached from the other frequencies)

    See some good reviews, they should tell the story about the T20. If you have heard it and felt underwhelmed, either the setup was all wrong or it was the lack of low freq bass (which as I said can be fixed). But do add a IMO to your post but do mention that all good reviewers praise it very highly and rightly so IMO
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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    @Mazhar , u didn 't get my point, actually i shud 've explained better.

    The T20/40s definitely sound good, the sound is very balanced and yes of-course the hi-fi sorta arrangement definitely puts out praiseworhty mids. It 's just that they should 've categorized them differently. U c sm1 looking at a 'Gigaworks' is definitely looking for an earth-shattering power box like a g500/s750. The T20/40s aren 't anything like that. That 's what i mean to say.

    For example, while i was demoing speaker sets i was looking for something that puts out car audio sorta low freq. amplification so that evry bit 'f explosion can crawl down the floor up through my legs and i can fell the thump in my heart. Therefore i wanted smthing like the z5500 and hence i looked up at the gigaworks. The T20 or the 40 don 't qualify for that genre, the sound from them was tiny comapared to that from the rest in the family. The G500 could literally shake up 2/3 big showrooms. Yes u can add a good sub to the set-up but not many are looking forward to doing all that. Then again there are also ppl looking for a 5.1/7.1 setup.

    Yes the T20/40s are definitely praiseworthy speaker sets, but most definitely aren 't for Gigaworks' customers. They should be naming them differently.
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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Get the point, maybe they shouldve been named hi-fi-works

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Get the point, maybe they shouldve been named hi-fi-works
    Hehe....That is a nice point Mazhar Bro. +1 to you. Really...I have been reading this whole thread for the past half an hour and what conclusion I can give is Megaworks is a major failure for Creative! Come to think of this: Why do people mod their sound system? Why do people replace operational amplifiers? Why do people add a secondary sub to their setup? If these features were included in the retail packages speaker manufacturers sell, none of us would have even bothered to think about this stuff. Even after buying a hefty expensive sound system, true hardcore audiophiles will attempt to fine tune the system to the last bit and they do this only to satisfy their sense of hearing.

    And remember one thing. One very stupid thing I tell people always:
    Human wants are unending.
    They are never satisfied

    Edit: Error corrected. Megaworks was written Gigaworks.
    Last edited by |-<NOSALIS>-|; October 10th, 2010 at 22:46. Reason: Corrected a typing mistake: Megaworks for Gigaworks

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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by |--| View Post
    Hehe....That is a nice point Mazhar Bro. +1 to you. Really...I have been reading this whole thread for the past half an hour and what conclusion I can give is Gigaworks is a major failure for Creative! Come to think of this: Why do people mod their sound system? Why do people replace operational amplifiers? Why do people add a secondary sub to their setup? If these features were included in the retail packages speaker manufacturers sell, none of us would have even bothered to think about this stuff. Even after buying a hefty expensive sound system, true hardcore audiophiles will attempt to fine tune the system to the last bit and they do this only to satisfy their sense of hearing.

    And remember one thing. One very stupid thing I tell people always:
    Human wants are unending.
    They are never satisfied

    Gigaworks is a 'major failure' ? And from where did u draw that ? Whatever questions u askd like "y do ppl do this, y do ppl do that..." does not relate to yr reasoning. Bacchader moto antajei ekta post mere boshla mone hoy (Plz don 't mind me saying that, but seriously tai mone holo).

    There 's a lot more to do rathr than replacing op-amps and adding 2ndary subs(which is nt even needed). How many systems have u heard and how much knowledge do u posses in the sound department ? ? ?
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    Hehe....That is a nice point Mazhar Bro. +1 to you. Really...I have been reading this whole thread for the past half an hour and what conclusion I can give is Gigaworks is a major failure for Creative! Come to think of this: Why do people mod their sound system? Why do people replace operational amplifiers? Why do people add a secondary sub to their setup? If these features were included in the retail packages speaker manufacturers sell, none of us would have even bothered to think about this stuff. Even after buying a hefty expensive sound system, true hardcore audiophiles will attempt to fine tune the system to the last bit and they do this only to satisfy their sense of hearing.

    And remember one thing. One very stupid thing I tell people always:
    Human wants are unending.
    They are never satisfied
    Gigaworks is not a failure. In that case, every mid-fi and hi-fi equipment is a failure. I dont get your point. If youre stressing that good audio equipment is a failure due to unlimited human wants, well, in that case the failure list is absolutely massive. Still, whats the point?

    About modding and changing op-amps, it has more to do with the fact that manufacturers install a certain op-amp to give a specific sound signature and sound good with a wide variety of equipment. Since preferences vary from one individual to the other, they can tune the equipment to their liking by changing the op-amp. It also has to do with synergy with the equipment. Different op-amps get along well with different equipment, and it has to do with voltage tolerances, sound signature and a multitude of other things. For example, a DAC may be fitted with a certain op-amp for good compatibility across various equipment, but a person running a certain headphone may change the op-amp which sounds best with that particular headphone. Hence, it cant possibly be included by the manufacturer. I hope this clears your confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    Gigaworks is not a failure. In that case, every mid-fi and hi-fi equipment is a failure. I dont get your point. If youre stressing that good audio equipment is a failure due to unlimited human wants, well, in that case the failure list is absolutely massive. Still, whats the point?

    About modding and changing op-amps, it has more to do with the fact that manufacturers install a certain op-amp to give a specific sound signature and sound good with a wide variety of equipment. Since preferences vary from one individual to the other, they can tune the equipment to their liking by changing the op-amp. It also has to do with synergy with the equipment. Different op-amps get along well with different equipment, and it has to do with voltage tolerances, sound signature and a multitude of other things. For example, a DAC may be fitted with a certain op-amp for good compatibility across various equipment, but a person running a certain headphone may change the op-amp which sounds best with that particular headphone. Hence, it cant possibly be included by the manufacturer. I hope this clears your confusion.
    Mazhar Brother, I meant Megaworks. I was trying to be ironic here. I am sorry bro. Typing error. OMG! I said, the way you were arguing about the fact that this Megaworks should be improved to "Hi-Fi works", people should consider Megaworks as a major failure. You really cannot expect car like audio from a Megaworks out of the box. Megaworks is afterall a mid range speaker. That is what I was trying to say here.
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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    The Gigaworks T3 is one of the best speakers for listening music I have ever seen.. believe me.Pairing it with a good card like Essence STX will give u Marvelous output.I myself have experienced it once
    Last edited by Extreme Noob; October 10th, 2010 at 23:11.
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    Default Re: Where to find Cambridge Speakers in BD?

    Quote Originally Posted by |--| View Post
    I said, the way you were arguing about the fact that this Megaworks should be improved to "Hi-Fi works", people should consider Megaworks as a major failure.
    I was saying (actually Henlock mentioned the point) that the Gigaworks T20, not megaworks should be renamed to hi-fi-works. Now youre making me more confused..

    About the T3, yeah they are very good for music, but still wont compare to a T20 + proper sub + crossover. Atleast IMO

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