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Creative Inspire P7800

Creative Inspire P7800
alaScore 79

261 reviews

Jul, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 261 reviews of Creative Inspire P7800. The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Computer Speakers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Computer Speakers the Creative Inspire P7800 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 261 reviews)

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Consumer review by: (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for Creative Inspire P7800

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 74 user reviews of Creative Inspire P7800 from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Computer Speakers on Amazon.com.

95% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Creative Inspire P7800 7.1 Powered Surround Sound Speaker System

Jul, 2015

Consumer review by: TechHEad (newegg.com)

11 years and still going strong!!!

 

Best and longest lasting speakers I even bought in the low price range. Pair these up with a decent entry-level sound card or DAC and you have a solid system that will last you many years and different configurations. Due to limited room, I'm currently...

Bought back in 2004 since I really wanted a 7.1 system for gaming. Couldn't afford the Gigaworks system so settled on these. They've been going strong for 11 years and still playing metal music and techno like they were bought yesterday. Nice bass and...

Not really a con, but these obviously can't compete with powered studio monitors or a good 2.0 system (those cost more). Sound becomes muddy after you crank up the volume but these were never intended to blast music

Apr, 2015

Consumer review by: TechHEad (newegg.com)

Whines like a spoild child

 

Best and longest lasting speakers I even bought in the low price range. Pair these up with a decent entry-level sound card or DAC and you have a solid system that will last you many years and different configurations. Due to limited room, I'm currently...

Bought back in 2004 since I really wanted a 7.1 system for gaming. Couldn't afford the Gigaworks system so settled on these. They've been going strong for 11 years and still playing metal music and techno like they were bought yesterday. Nice bass and...

Not really a con, but these obviously can't compete with powered studio monitors or a good 2.0 system (those cost more). Sound becomes muddy after you crank up the volume but these were never intended to blast music

Apr, 2015
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Consumer review by: Vikingnyak (newegg.com)

Rocking Since 2006

 

Great sound and durability! Had these since July 2006 and have lived thru 3 pc's and still going strong. 7.1 surround is nice

7.1 line has been discontinued

Jan, 2015

Consumer review by: papamama (newegg.com)

7 Years Strong

 

7 Years STRONG ; That's right... bought in 2006, it is now 2013 and still works perfectly just like the day I bought it ; I recently upgraded my sound card to Xonar STX from onboard and it really brought out the sound which made me go look for the...

None

Jun, 2013

Consumer review by: B-rad (newegg.com)

SWEET!

 

if your gonna spend money on speakers might as well buy this instead of a 5.1 because it's pretty much same price and this is more next generation proff.

SOunds really good in movies!!! Music is pretty good, haven't tried games yet. Really easy access to turn on and off and volume control

could have a little longer cords

Jul, 2008

Consumer review by: Tony (newegg.com)

2.5 years and still thumpin!

 

Seem to be the only 7.1 speaker set that newegg sells.

Sounds great on my sb X-Fi ; Seen reviews that it only lasted 12 months or so.. but mine are still sounding great 2 and a half years after purchase! I would reccomend

No stands come with it, but hey, for this price? it's cool

Jul, 2008

Consumer review by: IamSteve330 (newegg.com)

NICE STUFF

 

Buy this!

WOW.... for the Price... These are amzing... GREAT GREAT DEAL... Not to hard to install but look what ur plugging into where

too many cords..... but there are alot of speakers.. so.. DUH

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: N/A (newegg.com)

Grrrrrrrrrrrrreat

 

It has a little sound controller and you can plug headphones into it. Sometimes my headphone jack didn't work and i'd get sound from my headphones AND my speakers (instead of just headphones) and I looked into it more and I noticed that my foot would...

Great speakers...but then again I moved up for 2.1 14w CyberAcoustic Speakers that were $15 at Radio$hack ; Loud but luckily my rig is in my basement so you can't really hear it from the outside ; I got these last christmas for $56 shipped ; Nice bass,...

This Isn't a con with the speakers but ; I used onboard audio because it was 8 channels so it should have been able to run this fully. It only ran it "half way" because in some instances i'd only 2.1 sound. To fix this I got the $30 Soundblaster Audigy...

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: SomeGuy (newegg.com)

Happy for over 2 years

 

Anybody having problems with the fact it is not playing in rear speakers... You have to set the rear channel properties on your sound card. They need to be sent audio, the speakers won't up-convert 2.1 to 7.1 (they will do 5.1 up-convert though).

Sound is fairly high quality and very loud. Speakers look nice

Lots of wires... After about a year the volume knob started having problems holding steady volume when set in the middle of dial. Just use the sound card to control volume now (leave speakers on full). If you need true 7.1 you need extra cables not...

Apr, 2008

Consumer review by: xj220intown (newegg.com)

7.1 Speakers

 

when I first set this product up, the unit wouldn't turn on. After wiggling the "remote connection," which turns the unit on, it powered up but there was no audio. After continuing to play with the same connection, I was finally able to get audio...

Full 7.1 surround sound support. Good sound quality, even at high volume levels. The price is a pretty good value as well

Doesn't come with a true 8 channel audio cable, the sound card end is 6 channel (5.1) and the speaker end is 8 channel (7.1). The cable actually connects the rear speaker audio to the side channels. You must purchase an additional 3.5mm male to 3.5mm...

Apr, 2008

Product Specifications

Incredible Power For Unsurpassed Gaming In 7.1 Surround! More powerful center satellite to match the cinematic audio requirements of the latest games and movies. Powerful wooden subwoofer with a huge 6.5" long-throw driver and a flared port provides louder, deeper and cleaner bass. Auxiliary input for listening to MP3 and music players while gaming. The Inspire P7800 has a staggering 90 watts of power, for unsurpassed gaming in 7.1 surround, and was designed with a more powerful center satellite to match the cinematic audio requirements of the latest games and movies. It also has a wired remote that can be conveniently placed anywhere on the desktop, unlike other systems that cut costs by integrating the controls into one of the speakers. It includes a bass level control for personalized adjustment (far more user-friendly than making you crawl on the floor reaching for a knob on the back of the subwoofer to turn up the bass!) and a headphone jack for private listening.

Header

Manufacturer:Creative Technology
Model:P7800
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Creative Inspire

Remote Control

Type:Remote control

Speaker System

Amplification Type:Active
Audio System Max Output Power:125Watt
Audio System Nominal Output Power:90Watt
Connectivity Technology:Wired
Response Bandwidth:40 - 20000Hz
Speaker System Configuration:7.1-channel
Speaker System Type:PC multimedia home theater speaker system
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