Altec Lansing has introduced the latest member of its computer speaker line – the VS4621 2.1 speaker system, replacing the popular VS4121 series. According to the makers, the VS4621 features unique down-firing mid-range drivers which blast the sound waves down onto a hard surface, where they are reflected and evenly distributed throughout the room for what Altec Lansing promises is a well balanced sound. The VS4621 2.1 Speaker System features:
Full, accurate sound – Two 1-inch micro-drivers and a down-firing three-inch mid-range in each speaker deliver clear, full-spectrum sound the makers claim.
Deep bass – 6 1/2-inch side-firing, long-throw woofer promises low-frequency impact.
Contemporary design – Designed to take up minimal space and increase sound dispersion.
Audio Alignment – Drivers, enclosure and electronics are balanced for optimum sound.
Control – Separate bass and treble controls allow you to fine tune audio.
Aux in jack – For MP3 players and second device connection, including CD and DVD players.
Altec Lansing introduced the first iPod docking station and the first “Works with iPhone” speaker system.
The company makes a wide range of audio systems for the home and office; a line of headphones for personal listening and the inMotion line of speaker systems for portable digital players.