Altec Lansing FX5051
Released August, 2008
The Pros:Produces clear mids and highs. Includes two remotes - one wired, one wireless. Great for laptops with easy-to-setup USB connectivity.
The Cons:Bass sound can vibrate the subwoofer's enclosure. Loud, muddy sounding bass response. Speakers produce a slight hissing noise when not in use.
The Altec Lansing FX5051 multimedia system includes four satellite speakers and one subwoofer. Part of the FX series, the FX5051 is the first Altec Lansing multimedia system to offer two front speakers, two rear speakers, and one center speaker versus just two speakers.
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In addition, each speaker comes equipped with both a 40mm midrange driver and one 18mm high-end tweeter. Like its peer, the FX4021, the FX5051 also features an isobaric subwoofer that in this case contains two 6.5” long-throw woofers (versus 5.25”). Unlike its predecessors in the FX and VS series, the FX5051 also includes a USB port that supporters a six-channel surround mode, not to mention a headphone jack, one input jack for MP3/CD/iPod players, and a wireless remote and control pad for volume/bass/treble configurations at your fingertip. The Altec Lansing FX5051 is priced at $249.95, a whopping $120 greater than the $129.95 FX4021.
- Speaker Dimensions: 3.2” x 2.3” x 7”
- Subwoofer Dimensions: 9.8” x 9.8” x 13.3”
- Components: 5 speakers and a subwoofer
- Type: active
- Peak Power Output: 178 Watt
- Nominal Power Output: 89 Watt
- Frequency Response: 30Hz-20000Hz
- Signal-To-Noise Ratio: 75 dB
- Connectivity: Wired
- Controls: Rear volume control, center volume control, power on/off, volume, tremble, bass
- Connector Type: 1 x 5.1 channel audio line-in, 1 x USB, 1 x headphones
User Reviews (5)
produces clear mids and highs
includes two remotes - one wired, one wireless
great for laptops with easy-to-setup USB connectivity
bass sound can vibrate the subwoofer's enclosure
loud, muddy sounding bass response
speakers produce a slight hissing noise when not in use
poor printed instruction manual with small, hard to read print
doesn't include any EQ software
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