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Altec Lansing ships 5.1-channel system

updated 10:20 am EST, Fri November 3, 2006

Altec ships new speakers

Altec Lansing has launched its VS3251 5.1 PC speaker system, featuring five 2.5-inch full-range drivers with a 5-inch subwoofer. The system boasts 70 watts total RMS, and includes removable speaker stands as well as wall mounting capability to free desktops of clutter. A full-function wireless remote includes controls for system volume, bass as well as treble levels, stereo/surround modes, and a toggle switch to select an MP3 player or computer. A headphone jack supports private listening, while a secondary input jack enables users to connect different audio sources. The VS2351 feature six channels of audio from any source, built-in controls on the subwoofer for power as well as master volume, and an internal power supply to conserve space. Altec Lansing's VS3251 speaker system is available for $80.




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  1. Horsepoo!!!

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    whyyyyyy?

    Why does Altec Lansing's speakers always look like total c***?

  1. webraider

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    They Don't

    This doesn't look like c*** http://www.alteclansing.com/product_details.asp?pID=FX6021

    This Doesn't Look like c*** http://www.alteclansing.com/product_details_MX5021_OOS.asp

    It's just the low end that looks like the speakers you used to see on the Beige PC boxes 5 years ago!

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