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    7.1 Gigaworks review by Nooh Saleh





    still under construction will let you know as soon as I finish

    here is a little taster

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    http://overclock247.com/index.php?board=22.0

    not completely finished still a few pmore pics left

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    dude.....take less wobbly pictures

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    Less wobbly pictures coming up.

    If you check the first one I did and then the second one things have changed a fair bit. Hopefully with more reviews I will become better at the whole picture taking.

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    focus
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    back ground and focus!

    I'm only trying to help

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    Remember that in the future , just a amateur but I am willing to learn sir.

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    you want a black sheet......or a black bit of cardboard.....nothing else on display.

    Black cos the flash on your camera won't make it too bright...if it's white, the camera struggles.

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    oh..and I can see green handcuffs hanging on your bed!!! In the reflection in the screen!

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    I'm in the (painful) process of trying to RMA a set of these at work, its taking weeks to even get any info from Creative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33 View Post
    oh..and I can see green handcuffs hanging on your bed!!! In the reflection in the screen!
    Handcuffs is what its all about, got to have the handcuffs

    Also more advice on the camera , I am bloody useless at it, about 1/2 are bad

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    Handcuffs is what its all about, got to have the handcuffs
    hmm......maybe another time

    they dont look half bad as a set of speakers, wish i had the space to use a 7.1 set lol
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    I find mine excellent, the bass is perhaps a little overpowering for music, and is better knocked 3 clicks down.

    The only real issue ive had is them sporadically resetting themselves when you turn them back on, loosing your settings, easily remedied, but a little annoying. Other than that, ive had them 3 years now, and yet to hear a better sounding surround sound system for the price, room theyre in is a bit small at the moment, but when i persuade the other half to let me have hdtv theyre going in the living room with one of those digital boxes.

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    ive got a t7900... i think these babies look better than this one because of the silver outline on the speakers

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    they are good speakers , wish i could play them at max , too bloody loud neighbours wont have any of it

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