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    Altec Lansing FX6021
    Author: JakeSter
    Date Posted:10/09/2004 13:36.05
    SLRating: SLRating: 9/10
    Bottom Line: The Altec Lansing FX6021's are a great sounding system. They don't pack much power, but the treble is exceptional.

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    Overview/Installation:

    Package:

    Extension cords for satellites
    Manual
    Remote control
    Satellite
    Control panel
    Audio cord
    Support base for satellite

    When compared to the FX5021 satellites, these silver satellites aren't even remotely similiar. Unlike the stubbier FX5021's, they have a very tall (14.4") and skinny frame (2.5") which is needed to house their six 1" fullrange micro drivers. Also unlike the FX5021's, the FX6021 satellites do not come with any 3" full-range drivers.

    Here we see the heavy metal base that connects to the bottom of the satellite providing it support to stand up. The picture on the right shows how the wire coming from the satellite is run through a canal on the bottom of the base allowing it to lay flush to the surface it is resting on.

    As usual with Altec Lansing speakers, installation is extremely easy. Each input is color coded and since it is only a 2.1 system, there isn't a whole lot to plug in. Just pop in the satellite inputs, controller input, and the green colored cord that runs to your sound card and you're ready to roll.

    Last but not least is the control panel. It gives you all the basic functionality you would want providing you with the ability to change the treble, bass, and master volume levels. The two plastic hooks coming off of the top of the control panel is where the remote control can be stored.



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