Altec Lansing MX5021

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 609 recensioni su Altec Lansing MX5021. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.2/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.3/5 per altri prodotti. Gli clienti sono impressionati da affidabilità e dimensione. In aggiunta, design e usabilità ottengono buoni commenti.

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Recensione esperto da : Neil McVean (goodgearguide.com.au)

Altec Lansing MX5021

 

The Altec Lansing MX5021 speakers do require some tweaking depending on what they are being used for, but they are eventually capable of good results....

Looks good when grilles removed, good sound quality, excellent treble reproduction

Speakers not very sturdy, Massive sub box, lack of bass response, sub not magnetically shielded

A multimedia speaker system that produces good results when listening to an MP3 player, watching a movie or playing video games, but could have benefited from a larger subwoofer.

01/2007

Recensione esperto da : Troy Dreier (cnet.com)

Altec Lansing MX5021 review

 

With the Roady and the subsequent Roady2 , Delphi introduced two mighty-mite XM radio receivers; they're small, loaded with features, and easy to install in cars--hence the name Roady. With its beefy three-piece MX5021 speaker system, Altec Lansing...

Lets you bring Roady or Roady2 XM receivers in from the car; solid sound reproduction; includes a subwoofer; provides line-in support for other audio devices.

Remote doesn't control the receiver, just the speakers; not a full stereo system (doesn't receive AM or FM signals); speakers take up much more room than standard desktop speakers; there are less expensive ways to hook up a Roady or a Roady2 if you...

Altec Lansing's three-piece speaker system lets you get more mileage from your Roady XM radio.

06/2005

Recensione esperto da : Don Labriola (pcmag.com)

Altec Lansing XT1

 

The Altec Lansing XT1 illustrates the right way to adapt a successful desktop speaker design into a portable one.

Solid construction; good selection of accessories; powered by USB port; extended high-end.

Low volume levels; can't be powered by batteries or AC.

The XT1 may not get very loud, but it's one of the more sonically accurate portable speakers we've tested. Factor in a robust accessory bundle that includes a reinforced carrying case and a nifty pair of high-quality braided and retractable USB cables,...

02/2005

Recensione esperto da : Don Labriola (pcmag.com)

Altec Lansing MX5021

 

Company: Altec Lansing Technologies, Inc., www.alteclansing.com Price: $150 street Spec Data: Two channels; two satellites; separate bass unit; THX certification; 150-Hz crossover frequency; tethered and wireless controllers; 20 watts RMS per...

High volume levels. Elegant style. Rock-solid construction. Tethered and wireless controllers. THX certification. Both 3.5-mm and RCA input jacks. Cons: No deep bass. Too much treble. Expensive. Bottom Line: The MX5021 is a smart-looking, three-piece...

No deep bass. Too much treble. Expensive.

The MX5021 is a smart-looking, three-piece speaker system that produces blistering output levels, but suffers from too much high end and too little bass. It's a good choice for larger listening environments like conference rooms, but isn't as...

07/2004

Recensione esperto da : Consumer Guide (howstuffworks.com)

Altec Lansing XT1 notebook speakers Review and Prices

 

Considering its long-running success in the desktop speaker market, it makes sense that Altec Lansing would branch out to offer a speaker system for laptops that lives up to the manufacturer's reputation for quality engineering and sound reproduction....

06/2006

Recensione esperto da :  Ryan MacDicken (bonafidereviews.com)

Altec Lansing MX5021 2.1 Speaker System

 

Design: Clean and stylish, but will still blend with most décor. Performance: Though the styling isn't loud, the speakers perform. Volume is rated at a very loud and very believable 103db, and the sound remains undistorted even at max level. Bass is...

05/2006

Recensione esperto da : Gary Coyne (applelinks.com)

Altec Lansing XT1 Laptop Audio System

 

The XT1 are speakers for your laptop. That's it. There are probably two main users for these speakers: the person who wants better sound for his laptop and/or the person who makes presentations and wants the sounds for his Keynote presentation to be...

If you want speakers for your laptop that are small, easy to travel with, and offer wonderful sound, you'd be hard pressed to find anything better than the XT1 speakers.

05/2005

Recensione esperto da : Brandon Miniman (pocketnow.com)

Altec Lansing MX5021 2.1 Speaker System

 

N 2.1 speaker systems are ideal for music, but can also compliment movies and games if you are using the proper hardware. Alec Lansing's new MX5021,

Subwoofer is strong ; Great design and colors ; Remote works well ; THX certification

Too few inputs ; Midrange lacks in some music types ; Volume could be greater ; Lacks 3D filtering system ; Slight ...

For the price, these speakers are still a good value despite my complaints. For those looking for a solid set of 2.1 speakers that can handle movie, game, and music audio, while punching out some great bass, the MX5021 may be...

05/2005

Recensione esperto da : Eric Schwarz (schwarztech.us)

Review: Altec Lansing XT1

 

What happens when you take the proven drivers found in the Altec Lansing FX6021 and inMotion speaker systems, and put them in a portable system? The result is the XT1, a pair of speakers perfect for anyone who wants speakers better than the small ones...

Small, convenient, crisp sound, USB integration, auxiliary input

Expensive, auxiliary input still requires USB port for power, case a bit small

The Altec Lansing XT1 system is great for anyone who wants a portable speaker system that sounds good.

05/2005

Recensione esperto da : Rob Williams (techgage.com)

Altec Lansing XT1 Notebook Speakers

 

You think just because you have a Notebook PC, that you have to have poor sound? Altec Lansing disagrees, and they prove it with their XT1 Notebook Speaker set. Read on to see how they perform.

Great design and quality ; USB powered ; Extremely portable ; Quality Bass is great

Auxiliary setting requires your computer be on

I tested the sound from the speakers by listening to different types of music, as well as checking out a movie. My music tastes range from Metal to Rock to Dance, so I couldn't wait to see how each genre sounded.

04/2005

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