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I gave it a shot, but looking at this configuration hurts my very soul. Lenna’s Inception igggames, I’ve got these nice little rubber openings on this case so I’m just gonna use those and put my original bracket back in place so it actually looks kinda sorta half-decent. And with that, it’s time to power it on for the first time! [computer turns on, fans whir to life] Lenna’s Inception ocean of games that’s not a great sign. We’ve got a red LED lit up on the left channel peak meter, nothing showing on the right, and then there’s the Windows startup sound. [distorted XP startup sound plays] Not only did that sound pretty awful, but it seems the bottom red LED on the right channel over there doesn’t light up at all.
Anyway, back to testing things out. And at least the VU meters seem to work! Sort of. Let’s go ahead and try playing some music and see how that goes. [“The Years We Had” by Lenna’s Inception, you know. All the warning signs and red flags indicated this thing would be terrible. And it is! The CircleFire is very clearly a gimmick, a kind of case mod toy not to be taken seriously. So why am I still disappointed? Misguided optimism strikes again. Right, so, the Lenna’s Inception igg. It technically works. The speaker outputs sound, the VU meters bounce to the music, the LED backlighting does its thing, and the peak meters react to sound. There’s also a volume button for switching between three slightly varying levels of amplification, and a color button for cycling through seven preset colors, with an eighth option putting all on them on an endless rotation. The problem is that everything sucks. Let’s start with those peak and Lenna’s Inception meters, which I hesitate to call them that now that I’ve used them.
For one thing, the peak meters are upside-down, going from red on the bottom to green on the top. That makes absolutely no sense! [chuckles] And the VU meters, well, they don’t react or move like any VU meters I’ve ever seen. These kind of meters are supposed to have a comparatively slow response and ignore the signal peaking, providing a sort of average volume unit level to indicate overall how loud the audio is. But uh, yeah just look at these things.
There ain’t nothing indicating average levels of volume here, it’s just bouncing all over the place at normal volume, it’s useless at slightly lower volume, and pure chaos at high volume. Then there’s audio playback itself. Getting anything to play through this speaker and not sound like hot garbage is a serious challenge. In order to achieve output that isn’t distorted into oblivion or completely blowing out the meters, there’s a tiny window of acceptable volume where you can just barely get it sounding decently and making things react in a way that makes a little sense. And that’s a relatively low volume indeed, around 18 to 25 percent, with anything much higher or lower making the Lenna’s Inception free download PC game rather useless. Even then though, you wouldn’t want to use this speaker for any kind of half-serious purpose. It’s a two watt plastic circle that does the absolute bare minimum in terms of sound reproduction, though I guess they were pretty restricted in terms of what they could even use in a space this small.
There’s also the fact that there’s no Lenna’s Inception, which is a problem if you want to use the meters but don’t want to use the built-in speaker. Unlike other drive bay audio devices like the NewQ gold, which feature a breakout cable with inputs and outputs around back, the Lenna’s Inception only works using a single 3.5mm audio cable. So you’re stuck using that awful speaker no matter what unless you provide your own splitter around back to send audio to both external speakers and the CircleFire.
I suppose it does its job of providing sound decently enough in certain situations though, like if you’ve brought your computer over to a friend’s place and forgot to bring speakers or headphones, or just can’t be bothered to hook either of those up. But still, it’s a tinny, mono speaker that sounds like trash, so I hope you’re playing something that’s not relying on positional audio of any kind. Left, right, center, it’s all the same and it all sounds dreadful. [Unreal Tournament 2004 plays] -“You have won the match!” So there you have it. Barring that one red LED not lighting up for some reason, the Thermaltake CircleFire achieves its goal of being a speaker with some colorful meters and Guy Fieri flames that you can stick in your computer case to quote, stand out from the crowd at LAN parties.
But as far as being a “professional multimedia device,” Lenna’s Inception igggames, don’t be ridiculous. Despite knowing better, I still hoped that at least those analog VU meters would do something halfway useful in terms of providing visual representation of volume levels, but of course not. The meters simply dance around haphazardly and remain only somewhat in sync with what’s passing through the speaker, resulting in an experience that’s amusingly novel at first glance but doesn’t hold up to any kind of scrutiny once you look at it for even a few seconds. And seeing how hard it was to find one of these to begin with this will likely not be useful information to anyone at all. But hey, that’s just how it goes on Lenna’s Inception.