Altec Lansing BXR-1120 Speakers 3W Negro altavoz - Altavoces (2.0 canales, 3 W, Negro)
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Descripción del producto
Altura del paquete: 445 mm
Ancho del paquete: 350 mm
Canales de salida de audio: 2.0 canales
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 113 x 101 x 201 mm
Diámetro del controlador de altavoz satélite: 6,35 cm (2.5")
Longitud del paquete: 29,2 cm
Potencia estimada RMS: 3 W
Salida de pico de potencia musical (PMPO): 6 W
Tipo: Altavoces portátiles
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This updated design, though more attractive than the older BX1020's, is inferior in use. As previously mentioned, the stability of these speakers is poor and makes them easily prone to being knocked over. They are unnecessarily bigger than need be; three inches taller than the BX1020's, making them less "compact".
The POWER, VOLUME, and TONE knobs are small, making them somewhat clumsy and difficult to grasp, and adjust. In fact, you sometimes need two hands to turn the knobs -- one to hold onto the speaker so it doesn't fall over, and the other to grasp the short knob.
The MP3 Player Cradle is a joke and I can't imagine anyone would actually use it; just another piece of plastic junk to add to our nation's landfills, in my opinion.
AN UPDATE TO PREVIOUS REVIEW:
After a week of using these speakers, I switched back to the older BX1020 speakers, in lieu of the broken headphone jack. The difference in sound quality between the two speakers became apparent after using the speakers in multiple environments. Music, especially. Newer isn't necessarily better, as is the case with these Altec Lansing speakers.
Some things to note:
1) They're not very well balanced. They're front-heavy and unstable, so if you brush up against them (for instance, by shuffling around something else on your desk) they'll tip over, which is a pain.
2) It uses a wall-brick adapter for power, which is another pain for a gadget-afflicted soul like myself. I have precious few outlets on my desk wide enough to accept wall bricks, and these speakers stole one of them.
3) They advertise the MP3 cradle, and how it allows you to connect your player to the speakers using an extra jack. But they don't give you the actual cable to connect the two. You have to buy that separately. In other words, the MP3 cradle is just a piece of plastic.
These speakers will do the job, but given their flaws I think the product merits only three stars.