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Altec Lansing expressionist BASS Enceintes PC 2.2 Blanc
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Description du produit
Expressionist BASS: toutes les basses dans moitié moins d'espace! Les moyennes et les aiguës sont produites par un pilote sophistiqué de 1,5" d'une clarté remarquable. De puissants caissons de graves longue portée de 4" sont enchâssés dans le socle de chaque enceinte. Mise sous tension et volume sont au bout des doigts.
Meilleurs commentaires des clients
Comme les aigus sont là c'est un produit que je recommande chaudement après 1 an d'utilisation.
Elles sont étonnantes de musicalité.
Bien sur il faut les aider avec un matériel au niveau (carte son M-Audio 2496 et des bons cables real cable pour les miennes).
A coût bas j'ai un ensemble qui rivalise alors avec ma chaine de salon que je n'écoute plus...
Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Buy these if you wanna rock! I promise they'll deliver awesome quality.
EDIT 04/02/17: I was going back through some of the reviews I'd written, and was reminded of these speakers. They still sit on my desk to this day (years and years after the initial post). They still kick like a mule, with a bass that has a clarity I've never heard since. They are AMAZING, and I bought a second pair of them a couple years ago, and those are equally as intense! They haven't disappointed once in all the time I've had them.
I don't often come back to write updates, who has time?! But I am rarely so impressed. I'm not sure what this manufacturer has done in the years following, and I have no idea if these have been discontinued or updated, but they are DEFINITELY worth the buy... even if they have. =D
I was looking in the range of $100 and after careful consideration and my own tastes- I decided to go with a 2.0 vs. subwoofer system. I just don't play the music loud enough to warrant a sub, having a cubic foot of space isn't something I wanted to give up- and overall, for a system- I just don't feel a standalone sub is the best sound in a low end price range. I did consider the JBL creature 2.1 system- but the reviews steered me away, as did the tiny size of the satellites and overall repulsive design.
The contenders came down to M audio AV30, the above mentioned JBL creature whatever, Creative T20, Logitech z520. I ruled out Creative early as I have had issues in the past. M audio suffers from poor rating and an in store listen confirmed that these weren't that great. It came down to the logis and altecs. I decided on the latter after I realized almost all the neg. comments related to them being "too bassy". I have never heard anything close to bass from my CPU aside from a faulty Creative 2.1 system 2-3 years ago. I'm not a "bass head" but do enjoy a wide range of tunes from rock to classical- and the full discog. of the B Boys thrown in for good bass measure. These speaks handle the new B Boys (MCA- RIP) and do it justice. On my CPU- there is a built in EQ for the soundcard- I was all prepped to dial down the bass in anticipation for the arrival and unboxing. I plugged them in and decided that I didn't need that setting and that the eq on my preferred audio player worked fine. The bass is hard to believe as it is solid and the highs and mids are good.
These speakers are solid and I like that they are fixed connected by a cable which is of a high gauge unlike the typical plug in filament cable we all have 6 of lying around. The length of the connection is fine for me as my speakers are desktop and maybe 4 feet apart. The controls are simple, a rubberized button on top mid of the right and a small rubberized button to either side of the power for + and - volume. The power button has a faint amber backlight which is not annoying as some systems- and it is not noticeable when sitting down. Basically- the need to control the volume- IMO from the unit is not needed: I basically turn the sound on my speakers up past what I would on average listen to with the volume slider on my audio player at about 75%. That way- I just control the volume from my audio player or from my remote for my CPU. I saw complaints about "no covers on the bottom"- the feet on the speakers are rubberized and the woofer faces down- there is little way I could ever damage the woofer itself as it is effectively protected by the desk it sits on. If I want to move it- I'll be an adult and be careful. The grills on the tweets are pretty dainty- but I'm not playing these in a mosh pit. Given that they are in the same proximity as my monitor- rarely is there any danger traffic in that area anyway. No big deal. The piano black matches exactly to my monitor and it diminishes the sort of odd and futuristic smoke stack appearance of the speaker- although, given the sound they put out- I'm fine with it. They look professional and they do their job remarkably.
Bottom line- my Jbl's which I thought I'd wire up as little satellites in my room are now in a box in the closet. The Altec Lansing expressionist bass has taken over the room and there is no turning back and my ears and music collection thank me for it.
They also happen to be very stylish with their off-beat design. The woofers facing downward are a great touch aesthetically and functionally. Its manufacture-supplied picture has them advertised with a laptop, and for that purpose, these speakers are utterly perfect, especially if you have a Mac, which the white ones would look way too awesome paired with. Although, the cable between the speakers are relatively short, though very heavy duty, and barely span across my desk. Although, it is true that these speakers do not have the best mid-level sound, the sound that they do produce is great, and works well across all genres of music I throw at it. To get optimal sound, use a software-driven equalizer.
All in all, I am very happy with my purchase, and to this day, I still get compliments on my "awesome speakers".
BUT if you want the best deal for the money and want a set of speakers that look good and can sound like a more expensive set...look no more.
when I got them without listening to them first, i was a bit worried, but once I received them and tested them two things happened...
1- TOO MUCH BASS, yes is true...if you just connect the speakers out of the box and switch them on, they will shake ur room. BUT...if you have windows 7 YOU CAN CONTROL the beast (Go to control panel, Hardware and sound, then sound, and just look for the audio manager for your system) once I played with the settings...forget about it!!
2- PERFECT SOUND...I'm sure they are the BEST set of PC speakers I've ever owned, they look awesome, black glossy piano finish, looks great with my monitor , VERY stylish, the fact that they look so good, and the PRICE, makes every other issue dissolve into thin air, I'm so glad I listened to the 90% of people that said something good about them, the other 10%..well, ..good luck.