Altec Lansing VS2421
Released November, 2008
The Pros:Almost full frequency response. Fairly inexpensive. Wired external remote is quite handy and full featured.
The Cons:Bass control is on the back of the subwoofer.
The Altec Lansing VS2421 multimedia system includes a pair of 2.5” speakers and one 5.25” subwoofer designed to fit conveniently underneath an office desk. A massive upgrade from the VS1520 and VS2420, the VS2421 offers a 56w peak power output (versus 16/6w), a 28w nominal power output (versus 8/3w), a superior frequency of 35Hz-20000Hz (versus 80/140Hz-15000/20000Hz), and a much improved signal-to-noise ratio of 80dB (versus 70/75dB).
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The VS2421 also includes a headphone jack, a secondary input jack for MP3/CD/iPod players, and a microphone jack (not included in previous models). In addition, the VS2421 features a wired external remote for easy fingertip control of volume/tremble/mute functions, not to mention a wall-mountable design that makes it simple for users to mount the speakers on their wall. The Altec Lansing VS2421 is priced at $49.95, a $20 increase from the $29.95 VS1520 and VS2420 models.
- Speaker Dimensions: 3.5” x 3.6” x 8.7”
- Subwoofer Dimensions: 11.7” x 5.6” x 9.3”
- Components: 2 speakers and a subwoofer
- Type: active
- Peak Power Output: 56 Watt
- Nominal Power Output: 28 Watt
- Frequency Response: 35Hz-20000Hz
- Signal-To-Noise Ratio: 80 dB
- Connectivity: Wired
- Controls: Mute, power on/off, volume, treble, bass
- Connector Type: 1 x audio line-in ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ), 1 x headphones ( mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm ), 1 x microphone ( mini-phone 3.5 mm )
User Reviews (3)
almost full frequency response
wired external remote is quite handy and full featured
remote has an auxiliary input
bass control is on the back of the subwoofer
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