IMG Reviews the Altec Lansing 4100s
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Inside Mac Games has posted a review of the Altec Lansing 4100 speakers. The Altec Lansing 4100s sport four satellites and a subwoofer. Each satellite is outfitted with two 1-inch microdrivers. The subwoofer also uses dual drivers, packing two 5.25 inch woofers. The entire system packs an impressive 107 watts RMS (continuous power) and 140 watts peak.
Here's a clip from the review:
The Altec Lansing 4100s come with a full-featured wired remote that sports volume, bass, treble and speaker mode options for 4.1 and two channel mirrored mode. The only things the remote lacked were a headphone jack and a “fade” control so one could adjust the front and back speaker volumes. Since the Altec Lansing 4100s are 4.1 speakers, they can be used for 4.1 sound with the SoundBlaster Live or two channel mirrored mode with non-4.1 sound sources. Two channel mirroring takes any stereo sound source and plays it stereo on both front speakers and back speakers.If you're looking for a new set of speakers, be sure to check out the review.
IMG Review: Altec Lansing 4100
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