Altec Lansing FX6021 3-piece speaker system 75W altavoz - Altavoces (2.1 canales, 75 W, 32 - 18 Hz)
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Descripción del producto
Canales de salida de audio: 2.1 canales
Potencia RMS de altavoces satélite: 2 W
Potencia RMS de subwoofer: 50 W
Potencia estimada RMS: 75 W
Puertos de entrada y salida (E/S): Auxiliary input jack\nHeadphone jack\n
Rango de frecuencia: 32 - 18 Hz
Relación señal/ruido (SNR): 75 dB
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Ever since I attached these to my PowerMac G5, I stopped using the (much more expensive) stereo in my office (Sony ES, Advent speakers).
There is a remote (which I don't use, since I'm at the computer), and the base system lets you adjust treble, bass, and volume. The subwoofer, while a little boomy at times, is nicely matched and strong.
The sound is not 100% accurate, tending toward brilliance and "presence" but what would you expect for a < $250 system?? They sound better than every "stereo in a box" I've ever heard. And better than most entry and mid-level home systems.
I initially wanted the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1's because of the fantastic reviews they've gotten on Amazon and elsewhere, but was turned off to them because of the apparently poor build quality (parts breaking very quickly), along with reports of buzzing, the power switch being on the back of the subwoofer, my impression of them in stores, and experience with a friend's ProMedia 4.1's (which neither I nor him really cared for, and which recently broke).
I tried as many Logitech speakers as I could in many different situations and decided I HATE ALL OF THEM (with the sole exception of the Z-5500's which I own and love)! The bass especially sucks on their speakers.
So... through all this I eventually came to the conclusion that Altec Langsing was the brand I wanted to go with. And if that was so, it had to be the FX6021's which I had been eyeing for years. The first time I heard them in a store I declared them my favorite of the selection at the time and the same is still true. These are probably the best sub-$200 2.1 PC speakers you can buy. Even at their MSRP of $250 they're probably worth it. These speakers a very nice!
The sound is very clear and sharp. Get ready to hear all the distortion in your low bitrate digital audio files. The speakers especially shine when listen to live recordings or anything that was produced by real instruments (i.e. not techno, though that sounds good too).
Subwoofer is NOT "boomy" or "buzzy" like others have reported. I never use the equalizer in iTunes and have the bass at about half. It's very deep, rich, and discrete. Doesn't shake the floor or cause my neighbors to complain--yes, I live in an apartment too and bass is a concern of mine. For those who complain about the bass: maybe you shouldn't have gotten 2.1 speakers? Maybe your units were defective? Or perhaps the subwoofer was placed in a very poor position? I know sound is highly subjective, but those reviews just don't sound right to me.
* Tall, sleek, and sexy satellites provide a nice wall of sound and match the Cinema Display perfectly.
* Bass and treble have a *large* range of adjustability. 50% of either is plenty enough for me.
* Power button on control pod
* This is important: NO BUZZING. Not while they're on, not while they off. 100% silent.
* Volume adjustment is digital and moves in "notches"; these notches aren't always small enough. I much prefer a regular analog knob.
* Remote is a bit useless
* While they look good and perform well, they feel a little cheap
* Get ready for lots of cables hanging from your desk and all over the floor (on the other hand, long cables are a PRO as well)
And finally, don't be fooled by specs. Yes, other speakers may have more watts of power and THX certification, but that really doesn't matter as much as it might seem. These are more than loud enough for any sane person (100% volume would probably wake up the neighborhood). I really didn't pay any attention to the specs, I bought them because they sound the best!
The front speakers sit firmly on the desk spaced 32" apart and gives a very good representation of the sound stage when playing symphonic music. I place the subwoofer under the desk as recommended by Altec. Altec provides ample amount of cord so the subwoofer can be placed more than 3' from the monitor; (the subwoofer is not shielded) The weakness in the system lies with the subwoofer. It is well built but is the worst sounding 6.5" subwoofer I ever listened to.
In fact there is no bass at all. What passes off as bass is nothing more than a one note thumping somewhere in the 100- 300 hz range; probably at least 10db peak. Readers who say they like the system because of the bass probably never heard a bass guitar or drum, live. Oddly, when playing symphonic music, double bass, if in the music, comes through the front speakers. Not only is there no bass but the one note thumping is annoyingly loud. This is what I did to reduce the out-put from the subwoofer: I took a wad of fiberglass insulation roll it into a ball then stuff it into the back port. The amount of attenuation depends on how tightly I make the wad. I must put a strip of tape across the mouth of the port to prevent the back pressure from blowing out the fiberglass. This will not improve the bass; it only makes the thumping less annoying and fatiguing. Moving the subwoofer from under the desk and away from walls does not improve the sound. To spare my ears from the thumping I now listen mostly through a Grado SR60 headphone plugged into the controller. When I need more volume or others to listen to the music, I play through the systen's speakers
If you listen to classical music you will find this system listenable, but music that has strongly plucked bass or computer generated bass such as found in reggae will make you want to try to turn down the bass (thumping) Unfortunately not enough flexability is built in the controller or remote to make a difference.
Perhaps there are better sounding powered computer speakers but I choose these because all the others I saw are black in color which I absolutly did not want.