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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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    Performance/Conclusion:

    To 'test' the FX6021 system, I ran a wide array of audio and sound through them. First a bit of techno; performed very well. The satellites and their combined 12 drivers really deliver on mid to high range sounds. Next a bit of 'booty music', you know, the songs that really call for some serious bass. Sadly, when the music played, the bass was very disappointing. A slight bump here and there, but nothing to really get me going. As I began testing with some PC games, the same bass woes occured. Just not enough boom in the explosions to make the experience seat rattling. Not to be ignored, the towering satellites did an excellent job in producing that nice metallic ching when using an MP5 or Doom 3's chain gun.

    At the end of the day, the FX6021's are a good set of speakers. Being a high-end 2.1 system is a rarity as you find 5.1, 6.1 and even 7.1 systems when you get into the $200 or more price range. The FX6021's come with pretty much standard features with the ability to adjust the bass and treble via the control panel, the wireless remote is an added bonus. This system was extremely easy to install and any novice should definitely consider this system for its ease of use and deliverance of great sound.

    SLRating: 9.0 / 10



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