Altec Lansing VS2621
Released June, 2009
The Pros:Capable of considerably loud volume output without distortion. Low-end bass is powerful, remains distortion free even when turned up.
The Cons:Wiring between the satellite speakers is very thin, feels easy to snap while positioning everything. Mids and highs degrade as volume is turned up, get very tinny and start to break up. "tone" control overly simplistic, only seems to control the mids and highs.
The VS2621 is a 2.1 channel multimedia speaker system from from Altec Lansing's Value Series. The system comprises two satellite speakers which utilize dual 2" full-range drivers and a compact 4" side-firing subwoofer.
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The speakers and subwoofer combine to offer a frequency response of 45Hz to 18kHz and a total RMS power of 28 watts. The VS2621 includes built-in controls for convenient access to power, volume, and tone settings. It has been optimized for computer and other digital media sources and includes a secondary AUX-in jack for connecting a portable audio device. The system has a contemporary, angled design in silver and black and has an MSRP of $50.
- 2.1 Channel Speaker System
- Dual 2" Full-Range Speaker Drivers
- Compact 4" Side-Firing Subwoofer
- Audio Alignment
- Compact, Angled Speaker Design
- Optimized for Computer & Digital Media Sources
- Built-in Controls
- Secondary AUX-In Jack
- Total Power (RMS): 28 Watts
- Frequency Response: 45Hz to 18kHz
User Reviews (3)
capable of considerably loud volume output without distortion
low-end bass is powerful, remains distortion free even when turned up
wiring between the satellite speakers is very thin, feels easy to snap while positioning everything
mids and highs degrade as volume is turned up, get very tinny and start to break up
"tone" control overly simplistic, only seems to control the mids and highs
speaker design is very plain, look utilitarian
power switch is on the back of the subwoofer - a little awkward
wiring setup is overly complex with 3 wires coming from the right speaker alone
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