Altec Lansing FX4021
Released February, 2008
The Pros:Setup is fairly simple, not many wires and everything plugs in smoothly. Attractive design has nice detailing and a sleek look. Satellites are rich sounding, perfect for music.
The Cons:Doesn't have much power at the top end, won't shake the windows. Remote is wired in rather than wireless. Subwoofer doesn't offer well-defined bass, tends to be a little muddy.
The Altec Lansing FX4021 multimedia system includes a pair of satellite speakers and one subwoofer. The first system in the Altec Lansing FX series, the FX4021 changes pace from past models in the VS series by featuring an isobaric subwoofer that includes two (versus one) 5.25” drivers lodged in a single cabinet and positioned to deliver deeper bass in a smaller enclosure space.
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In addition, each speaker (two total) in the FX40210 system contains both a 40mm mid-range driver and one 18mm high-end tweeter (versus just a mid-range driver). The FX4021 also outperforms its peers by offering an improved peak power output of 92w and an increased nominal power output of 46w. Furthermore, the Lansing FX4021 comes equipped with a headphone jack, two audio input jacks for CD/MP3/iPod players, and a wireless remote and control pad for configuring volume/bass/treble/loudness. The Altec Lansing FX4021 is priced at $129.95, exactly $50 over its immediate predecessor, the $79.95 VS4121BLK.
- Speaker Dimensions: 3.5” x 3.5” x 6.8”
- Subwoofer Dimensions: 8.7” x 8.7” x 14.2”
- Components: 2 speakers and a subwoofer
- Type: active
- Peak Power Output: 92 Watt
- Nominal Power Output: 46 Watt
- Frequency Response: 32Hz-20000Hz
- Signal-To-Noise Ratio: 85 dB
- Connectivity: Wired
- Controls: Loudness on/off, volume, tremble, bass
- Connector Type: 1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ), 2 x audio line-in
User Reviews (4)
setup is fairly simple, not many wires and everything plugs in smoothly
attractive design has nice detailing and a sleek look
satellites are rich sounding, perfect for music
remote offers quick and easy control of the tone
doesn't have much power at the top end, won't shake the windows
remote is wired in rather than wireless
subwoofer doesn't offer well-defined bass, tends to be a little muddy
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