IMG Reviews Altec Lansing VS4121
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IMG's Tim Morgan has reviewed the VS4121 speakers from Altec Lansing. These remarkable looking speakers feature a number of technologies to keep the size down but the sound quality up, giving them their special appearance.
From the review:
The VS4121 is certainly a unique speaker system. Although the two satellites appear to be flat-panel at first glance, they are certainly not. The design is unique: two micro-drivers face forward, mounted on a thin panel. The midrange driver is a cylinder behind the tweeters, and faces down into the desk. The idea, according to Altec Lansing, is that the down-firing midrange driver will disperse midrange frequencies into the room, which can often be muffled as distance from the speaker increases. Nestled in the side of the panel of the right speaker is a headphone jack, and on the front are a captivating blue power LED, a satisfyingly grabbable volume control, and smaller treble and bass controls with notches in their centers.To read the full review and get the final opinion on the speakers, just follow the link provided below.
IMG Review: Altec Lansing VS4121
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