Creative T60 Layout and Features
Currently Creative offers both the T60 and T100 speakers as the top of their desktop line. The T6s are targeted at a home office user with features like Clear Dialog and Voice Detect and the T100s have a bit more power and are targeted towards home audio lovers with more EQ modes like Music, Cinema, Concert, Gaming.
The T60 speakers are a pretty typical desktop size at 147 x 92 x 199 mm (5.79 x 3.62 x 7.84 inches) making them slightly smaller than the T100s. Each speaker prominently displays the 2.75” full-range drivers. The T60s do not ship with a subwoofer or even a sub output to add one in the future. Maybe a missed opportunity Creative?
From the side you can see the two tone appearance more clearly. The T60 speakers are slightly slanted with most of the sides and back finished in a matt plastic. The T60 speakers are powered by a built-in digital amplifier for audio consistency rated to 30W RMS (60W peak).
Controls are located on the right and include the volume knob, a Clear Dialog and Surround button to activate the audio technologies, and the power button. The power button does double duty as a switch between the audio sources. With a headset plugged in you can switch between the headset and the speakers with a single press of the surround button.
The back features a large tuned port that improves on Creative’s BasXPort technology to provide a rich bass that is deeper than expected for speakers this size. Creative argues this port eliminates the need for a subwoofer but I think that’s a bit of a stretch.
Connectivity options include: USB-C Audio for connectivity with modern gaming consoles, Wireless Bluetooth 5.0, Headset, Microphone and a 3.5mm Aux –in.
Speaker placement is pretty flexible thanks to a long 2.0m / 6.56 ft cable molded to Left Satellite. I found it easy to get a good placement even around my wide screen monitors.
As a nice touch, all the necessary cables and adapters are included. Even a USB to USB-C adapter is there. Our version came with a US market plug, as seen here. I should note the power plug is large and will cover more than one plug on a standard power strip.