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61. Altec Lansing OEM ACS33W Powercube
$25.64 list()
62. OEM ALTEC 121WW 3PC 10WATT SPKR
$11.39 $1.64 list()
63. Altec Lansing AHP112 Compact Portable
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64. Altec Lansing AHP10 Personal Audio
$97.82
65. 2PC USB PWR SPK SLVR PRTBL
$28.49 list($34.99)
66. Altec Lansing XA3001 Amplified
67. ACS56UA 5PC 35W 220V GAMING
68. ACS56CH 5PC 35W 220V GAMING
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69. Altec Lansing 621 2.1 Computer
$7.99
70. Altec Lansing AHS-202 Stereo Over-The-Head
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71. Altec Lansing AVS200 2.0 Computer
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72. Altec Lansing ACS48 Computer Speakers
$29.99 list($99.99)
73. Altec Lansing 2100 2.1 Computer
list($49.99)
74. Altec Lansing AVS500 4.1 Computer
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75. Altec Lansing ATP4 Computer Speakers
$75.00 list($99.99)
76. Altec Lansing 251 5.1 Computer
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77. Altec Lansing ACS33 PowerCube
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78. Altec Lansing AHS15 Headset with
79. Black Altec Lansing 3 Pc Sub Set
80. Altec Lansing 2pc Multimedia Spk

61. Altec Lansing OEM ACS33W Powercube 3 Piece Speaker System
list price: $43.99
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Asin: B00004Z6YP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 47110
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62. OEM ALTEC 121WW 3PC 10WATT SPKR

our price: $25.64
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Asin: B00008MOPE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing Consumer Products
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63. Altec Lansing AHP112 Compact Portable Stereo Earbud

our price: $11.39
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Asin: B00019FSP2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 39551
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Product Description

MODEL- AHP112 VENDOR- ALTEC LANSING FEATURES- Compact Portable Stereo Earbuds For superb sound, rugged durability and comfort, you can' beat Altec Lansing headphones. Just plug them in to your portable stereo, CD or M ... Read more


64. Altec Lansing AHP10 Personal Audio Stereo Headphones
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005USBL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 31064
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65. 2PC USB PWR SPK SLVR PRTBL

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Asin: B00083HWBO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: ALTEC
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Product Description

Built-in laptop speakers are pretty underwhelming and that's just a fact of life. Sure, they're good for a beep here and ping there, but if you've ever tried to share your favorite song, watch a movie, or make a multimedia presentation using your laptop speakers, you know exactly what is meant.Introducing the Altec Lansing XT1 system. In addition to its thin, innovative design with removable stands, the XT1 delivers superb sound and surprisingly deep bass thanks to four full-range neodymium micro drivers and bass enhancement technology.And just like your laptop, the XT1 knows how to travel light. Because it's USB-powered, there's no need for a power supply and no batteries to forget. Plug it into your USB port, press play, and you'll be listening to the best portable sound you've ever heard from a laptop. Pack it up in its deluxe carrying case, and you're ready for your next trip. ... Read more


66. Altec Lansing XA3001 Amplified Subwoofer for your TV
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B000068IGN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 12766
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67. ACS56UA 5PC 35W 220V GAMING

Asin: B000086F71
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing Consumer Products
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68. ACS56CH 5PC 35W 220V GAMING

Asin: B000086F6X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing Consumer Products
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69. Altec Lansing 621 2.1 Computer Speakers (3-Speaker, Black)
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005U244
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 14751
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Features

  • 200 watts, 100 watts RMS
  • Low frequency bass from a 6.5" front-firing, long-throw woofer with a ferrite magnet set in a solidly built wooden cabinet
  • Mylar tweeters deliver crisp high-end frequency response
  • Digital controller includes power on/off and volume control
  • Shielded satellites for use near video monitors

70. Altec Lansing AHS-202 Stereo Over-The-Head Headset

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Asin: B0000EI9VG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 4809
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Features

  • Quality 32mm neodymium driver lelivers a full, rich sound
  • Noice-canceling microphone helps eliminate background noise
  • Handy in-line volume control
  • Microphone volume controller

71. Altec Lansing AVS200 2.0 Computer Speakers (2-Speaker, White)
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005QIPV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 15716
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Product Description

Transform your MP3 player into a high-end stereo system or turn your personal CD player into a hi-fi system. Hear all the power and action from your games, and add audio dynamics to your multimedia presentation.

These speakers are compatible with popular gaming systems such as the Sony PlayStation and PlayStation 2 (with the add-on AAC1 adapter), portable music systems, and any other device with a standard 3.5-millimeter headphone jack, 3.5-millimeter line-out jack, or RCA left and right outputs. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-channel stereo multimedia speakers
  • 6 watts total RMS output
  • Compatible with all devices with 3.5-millimeter line out/headphone jacks
  • Magnetically shielded for use near video displays
  • Covered by a 1-year limited warranty

72. Altec Lansing ACS48 Computer Speakers (3-Piece)
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00000JBJF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 25356
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With the popularity of MP3 music files and the growing sophistication of audio quality in computer games, traditional two-piece speaker systems no longer cut it. After listening to Altec Lansing's three-piece multimedia system, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.

Setup is as easy as a two-piece system: just plug the right satellite into the subwoofer, the left speaker into the right, and the subwoofer connector into your computer's audio output port.

The two PowerCube satellite speakers provide excellent treble and midrange. The sound quality of the subwoofer, the third piece in the Altec Lansing's ACS48 system, compares favorably to a good pair of bookshelf stereo speakers. For the best positioning, set the subwoofer on the floor underneath your computer.

We found the ACS48 ideal for playing music. Even cranking the volume to top level didn't distort the warm bass tones. Coupled with MP3 Jukebox software, these speakers provide the makings for an excellent entertainment system, good enough to keep your friends dancing at parties.

Our only complaints are the ACS48 lacks treble control and the bass-control knob is on the back of the subwoofer, making it tough to adjust. These caveats aside, you'll be hard pressed to find a better set of computer speakers that sound like the ones hooked up to your stereo. --John Frederick Moore

Pros:

  • Terrific sound
  • Easy to set up
  • No distortion at high volumes

Cons:

  • No treble controls
  • Bass control placed on back of subwoofer
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Features

  • 3-piece system
  • Electronically controlled satellite speakers
  • Speakers are magnetically shielded
  • Powered subwoofer in all-wood cabinet
  • 1-year warranty

Reviews (47)

4-0 out of 5 stars Doubtful most users need more than this
Certainly not the best speakers you could ever have for your computer, the ACS33 nevertheless fills an important niche in the market. If you're looking for subwoofered sound on the cheap, this is probably your best bet. They're competent performers, without taking price into consideration. Look at how much they cost, and you'll think there aren't better speakers made on the planet. They have the potential to work, as do most speakers, on both Macintosh and Windows machines.

Interestingly, they also have a secondary use. Because they don't need a computer to work at all, they can be plugged directly into any stereo system that has the ability to output its sound (that is, one which has an AUDIO OUT jack). They can thus give resonant stereo sound--even to lowly portables. You'll think twice about whether you really need to upgrade to a whole new system after hearing these speakers. (Before buying for this purpose, however, I'd recommend you go to altec-lansing.com and grab the manual for this product, just to make sure that it's compatible with your stereo.)

Inasmuch as there are drawbacks to the speakers, they are ones you would expect from a product so inexpensive. As another reviewer has rightly pointed out, there's no volume control on the woofer. There's also no bass, treble, or speaker-independent volume control. And the speakers are rated at only 10 watts, with a relatively indelicate frequency response.

But, big deal.

If, like most people, you've got your computer jammed into a corner in a busy room, you don't have the soundspace to set up a truly extraordinary auditory experience. If you've got a lot of people living with you, anything more than 10 watts is discourteous, anyway. Unless you have a room that you can dedicate to the computer, and that's relatively isolated from others, it's extremely unlikely you would actually be able to use more than this system offers.

4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome speaker set!
The Altec Lansing ACS33 Power Cube speaker system is a very nice solution to anyone's computer audio needs. I am a Flash developer and your common everyday music enthusiest so sound is very important to me in my work. These sleak sattelite speakers and sub-woofer deliver crisp, powerful, and LOUD sound. I can also say that they surprised me with the quality of sound they give while set on the lowest volume setting, while barely audible. I only have two minor gripes, however, that keep this product from 5-stars. Music highs sound a bit weak and syntehtic from the desktop speakers, while the sub-woofer is also a bit weak and has no level control of its own (which, in my eyes, is a major problem with most sub-woofers). While these short comings can be contained with a equalizer program, they really shouldn't have appeared at all. But aside from these very minor problems, this system shines as a lost cost system with a lot of power!

4-0 out of 5 stars altec dont crank em
i love the altec lansing speakers so i bought a second set thats two sets of altecs on my desk top i like to edit music and i like a lot of power these speakers do that
unfortunatly at high volume playing they seem to pop the mids speakers and i have had trouble with the switch on the sub it has shorted out so i must now tear it apart and repair it so i am back to one set for now all in all good set of speakers though i got three years out of the first set which is good for me i like the wooden sub box better than plastic

5-0 out of 5 stars Best bang for your buck... and then some!
I've had these for quite a few years now, bought them for around $50 or $60 at the time, and never once have they failed me. They're extremely powerful and loud... louder than you'll probably ever need. For the price, there are absolutely no better speakers out there. They're worth double or triple what they sell for now. They sound awesome with all types of music, which is very important. From techno to hard rock to classical, they're just that good. Everything sounds how it should, and I'm really picky. Get these and you won't be disappointed. I also hook them up to my TV for my Playstation 2 and it definitely gives everything a boost. The only thing I can complain about is that the cords between the two satellite speakers is slightly short, there's barely 4 feet or so between them I believe. Other than that, if you're thinking of getting these, don't hesitate.

5-0 out of 5 stars Altec Lansing ACS48 Speakers Rock My Socks
...This review is for the Altec Lansing ACS48 speaker set....

These speakers are amazing. They've got huge sound, and high quality at that, in a relatively small package. I'd ding them one star for some usability issues (shortish cord between the small speakers, no easily-accessible headphone jack, volume controls don't give a visual indication of level, lack of sufficient magnetic shielding on the subwoofer (it can't go near a monitor, but a few inches away from the computer case is fine), [poor] mfr carton (though the styrofoam packing is good)), but the sound more than makes up for it. There's no hum to speak of when the speakers are sitting idle, and the full range of sound is crisp and clear, even at volumes high enough to be heard in the other end of the house, with no distortion or muddy or tinny qualities. If your computer speakers double as your stereo, these are definitely worth the money (and you can get them fairly cheaply at auction these days). Two inputs allow you to hook them up to both your computer and a discman or TV or other device, so you can use them for more than just computing, and with the computer off. Our set has been going strong for 3 years so far, and I'm considering getting another set to use as "home theater" speakers (until we can afford a really nice Bose package or something). ... Read more


73. Altec Lansing 2100 2.1 Computer Speakers (3-Speaker, Black & Silver)
list price: $99.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005S8KY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 20
Average Customer Review: 4.06 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The 2100 3-piece speaker setup from Altec Lansing is an excellent audio solution for computer or home audio needs. Featuring two thin satellites and a compact subwoofer, the 2100 offers explosive sound without a high space cost. This combination offers a frequency response from 40 Hz to 20 kHz.

Each satellite is run by two aluminum-coned neodymium high-performance micro drivers for super signal accuracy. Powerful bass is supplied by the ported, dual front-firing subwoofer drivers, housed in a solid wooden cabinet.

The 2100 comes equipped with a standard 0.125-inch mini plug can be used with any personal audio device or computer equipped with sound card, and can be easily connected to a gaming console with an optional adapter. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact, 3-piece speaker system
  • Includes two thin satellites plus dual subwoofer
  • 50 watts total, 26 watts RMS power
  • Frequency response of 40 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Connects to any audio device with a standard headphone jack

Reviews (36)

4-0 out of 5 stars Tim Robertson MyMac.com Review
My first impression upon seeing the 2100 series speaker from Altec Lansing was "sweet!" Yes, I like the look of these speakers, but looks are but one of the many important factors into making your decision on what speakers to buy.

Sounds quality, I hope, is the number one factor. In that regard, the 2100's sound great. While not as loud as the ... Monsoon PlanarMedia 9 speakers, they do have about the same clarity of sound. That is to say, very good in both audio reproduction and imaging.

The 2100 series are a three-piece speaker system, consisting of two satellite speakers, and one powered sub-woofer. Like most other computer speaker systems, this one also has a remote control (wired) that has a Mute button, as well as two volume controls. Nice, but what I especially enjoyed was the metal stand the remote control rests on. This may seem a small thing, but not after you have had to deal with the remotes on most other computer speakers, which usually lay on the desk. The remote stand shows forethought on Altec Lansing's part.

The satellite speakers are very small, half the size of the Monsoon speakers reviewed a few weeks ago. If you have a cluttered desk, and a pair of large flat-panel speakers would have a hard time finding a home on your desk, take a look at these. Each speaker is set into a metal stand, making them harder to accidentally move. Even with the metal stand, the speakers are still tiny.

They say good things come in small packages. This is proven true here, as I was really impressed with the sound quality of the two desktop speakers. The sub-woofer is equally great sounding, but is anything but small.

The sub-woofer sports not one, but two 4" speakers, which do a respectable job of reproducing low base sounds. The sub is made from sturdy, well-crafted wood. They are also ported, meaning better bass response.

Obviously, ... speakers are not going to rival a home entertainment system in pure volume, clarity or base, but the sound level the average computer user will listen to the 2100's at will not be disappointed.

Specs:
Power: 35W RMS ‹ 50 WATTS total peek power. (Look for distortion when pushing anything close to their peek.)
Front Speakers: 5.5W/Channel at 4 ohms.
Subwoofer: 17.5W at 4 ohms.

Overall impression: I like these speakers! If I were doing a head-to-head comparison with the aforementioned Monsoon's, I would have to give the Monsoon speakers a slight edge in sound quality. In workmanship, the winner would be the Altec Lansing 2100.

A good value speaker that sounds more expensive than they are. A true audiophile will want to look elsewhere, and spend more money. For the average computer user who wants better sound than the built-in speakers on your computer, these will make you smile.

MacMice Rating: 4 out of 5

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Tim Robertson

2-0 out of 5 stars Not Designed With Me In Mind
So, first, let me get this out of the way: These speakers sound great. The bass is powerful and punchy while the small and very attractive speakers deliver a crisp high end. Mid-range does suffer a bit in larger spaces, but probably only to the very discerning listener. I replaced my clunky Yamaha YST-MS50 system with this one and, as far as the sound goes, I find the 2100's to be very comparable.

OK, so why give it 2 stars? Well, it has everything to do with the design of these things. Altec Lansing has successfully taken a potentially great product and ruined it with terrible controls. The remote, in my opinion, is completely useless. It features a power button and two volume buttons. Now, assuming you have the speakers plugged into the same outlet strip as your computer, most users will shut the speaker system down with the computer system. This makes sense to me. The problem is that whenever you bring power back to the system, you must manually turn on the power button on the remote and re-adjust the volume to a normal level. The default for this system is for it to be OFF and at VERY low volume. The only workaround to this is to keep the speakers powered on all the time. But this, to me, makes very little sense. When I turn my computer on, I expect to hear sound. Well, you don't with the 2100's.

My second gripe has to do with the fact that this system has no headphone jack. This is a major inconvenience when using the computer late at night.

My third gripe has to do with the fact that you have no idea what volume you are listening to. The remote, as I said, features two volume buttons but with no visual display telling you where you are at. This just goes against my natural tendency to want to know what volume I am listening to relative to the system's capabilities.

My last gripe has to do with the design of the speakers. I have no complaint with the subwoofer as it is very slim, compact, and well protected. However, the satellites have fully exposed speaker cones that are barely protected by only a thin vertical strip of metal. I had to move these speakers well above ear-level in order to keep them away from the stray hands of my young child.

So, overall, the system is great sounding, attractive, and completely user-unfriendly. Just not enough, in my opinion.....

5-0 out of 5 stars amazing speakers....
Buy this and u will love it......no more words.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT SPEAKERS
These speakers work amazingly if you know a fair amount about a computer if you are to use them with a computer. Get the newest drivers for your computer, use windows media player (or any player with an equalizer). Have your system volume level all the way up, and control the sound with the remote included with the speakers. Turn the treble way up, and you can decide how you like the bass, whether loud and deep, or low and quieter. Make sure you put the subwoofer in a place next to a wall, corner, or any solid object to help reflect the sound back towards you. Xbox utilizes these speakers quite effectively also.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Speakers
These speakers are definetly the best speakers for under $100 and maybe even better than many that are over $100. The only thing is if you are using windows media player you will have to make some equilizer adjusments but after that they sound great, with nice deep bass and good treble ... Read more


74. Altec Lansing AVS500 4.1 Computer Speakers (5-Speaker, Black)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B000069E1U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 16209
Average Customer Review: 3.12 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

These good looking, high-value speakers were designed specifically to provide excellent sound for gamers on a budget. You'll get a total of 86 Watts of power (RMS) from its two front and two rear satellites and sub-woofer. Each satellite is powered by a 3-inch full range driver, and the sub-woofer is a long-throw 5.25-inch driver built into a nice, wooden casing for optimal sound. There's even a handy switch that lets you choose between "Gaming" and "Stereo" mode, modifying the tones to suit each type of output. For those with restricted playing space, it's worth considering that the front satellites are hardwired together with a six-foot cord, and that there's no headphone jack. ... Read more

Features

  • Great sound for gamers on a budget
  • 5-piece system: 2 front, 2 rear satellites, plus subwoofer
  • 86 Watts RMS
  • Switch between gaming and stereo modes
  • Excellent mid-range reproduction

Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars for 40 bucks, good deal
I like having a top of the line sound card I got these cheap speakers because I don't want to have to use headphones all the time. I never turn them up all the way, (the speakers), my neighbors would kill me. Decent sound quality. Only problem for me is the wires. I dont know what else to say but when I set it up so the speakers surround my computer station the wires are laying on the floor and when I stand up for a minute and walk away I always end up catching my foot on the right rear speaker wire and dragging it a few feet. Im sure sooner or later its gonna just bust open and I'll have to get another package of cheap 4:1 speakers.

2-0 out of 5 stars vbzzzz
In a nutshell: crummy. Subwoofer: 0/5. Satellites: 3/5.

The subwoofer resonates right in the middle of the bass band, you'd think they'd have done some testing on the box acoustics. I'm surprised it doesn't jump around like an old 15" paper speaker.

All four satellite speakers have silly little runners on the bottom with a wire between - a big wire on the right front, so it doesn't sit level nor stay where you want. I ended up hanging them upside-down like bats.

The subwoofer level control has a bad taper. Keep turning, but it doesn't get much softer after 1/4, until the point at which it shuts off completely.

The power is on all the time, even with the switch turned off. "Make this connection last" is right.. but unplug the wallwart first.

The satellites are tight, even though they seem insubstantial. The package would be a 4/5 if the subwoofer didn't have those nasty harmonics.

4-0 out of 5 stars Altec Lansing's ...? Wow!
I just got these speakers no more then an hour ago, and these are the best speakers I have EVER had. They do have the minor flaw that when you turn them off, they are still on, but the slight hiss is not hearable unless you put your ear right next to the speaker. Other than that, there is nothing wrong with it. Great sound quality and great volume capacity.

4-0 out of 5 stars The sound is great, but...
...Their biggest flaw is that when you turn them off, the 4 satelite speakers remain turned on! If you put your ear close enough you can hear the slight hiss. Am I supposed to unplug the AC adapter every time I want to turn them off??!
Otherwise, the bass is thick and massive
The satelite speakers produce crisp and clear sound, and the noise level in them is absolutely acceptable.
The volume level is more than enough and without distortions.
If you don't want to spend too much on speakers - get these, they are worth every dollar.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good price, decent speakers...
I bought these speakers after previously owning two generic speakers that came with my computer. As you can guess I was greatly pleased to have these speakers. I've had them for just under a year now and they have been very good to me. The volume level can get pretty high before you notice anything, and pretty high is higher than any level i'd ever have them at. So here are some of the great things about them.

This is a 4.1 surround system, meaning four main drivers and then a sub. It's really easy to install, comes all colorful with what goes where. The nice thing i like about these as opposed to some other speakers i looked at were the rear satelites' cables. Though this system comes pre-wire (meaning you can't upgrade to higher quality wiring) the plugs into the sub are standard RCA/AV ends that have easily accepted my extensions. The Sub provides a switch to allow these speakers to move between 4.1 surround and 2.1 stereo, fore those programs which don't support surround (like WinAmp). I have used these speakers for gaming, DVD playback (which works great) and PS2/Gamecube/X-box gaming. With a few converters (cheap) it can be tansfered into AV capable for your consoles. And this system works well with a thunder file i use to test speakers, it knocked something off my shelf when i tested it.

Downsides... prewired. Well this isn't a problem but if you want to upgrade to a better quality wire then you're out of luck. But then again if you had the money to push for higher quality wire you would probably get a better speaker system than this one. The rear satilites have a constant white noise that moves through them, a neat inovation that keeps the speakers warm and so they don't go stale. But this noise has been getting louder and louder, to the point where i don't use the satilites unless i have to. This noise is only noticable if you have a moment of quiet, a whisper will drown out the noise, but it has been getting louder, i don't know how much louder it will get. The system also has a problem with 5.1 surround in that it has yet to give me surround sound with 5.1 setups. Even though it's 4.1 surround, only missing the center driver, it doesn't like 5.1 programing at all and often i return it to 2.1 stereo mode so i can hear. The sound quality is very good but it can get easily distorted if you have too much or like to push speakers.

So bottom line? These are great speakers for those on a budget or those who aren't really "into" speakers and gaming and such. They are more of an upgrade from your average speaker. If you are into gaming heavily or into speakers then you obviously know not to get these. If you're just looking for some cheap, nice quality speakers, then give these here a good listen. For something a little more you can try the Altec Lansing 5100. I wouldn't recommend these for big gamers, even those on a budget, but they work well otherwise. ... Read more


75. Altec Lansing ATP4 Computer Speakers (5-Piece, Black)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00005S8KX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 30956
Average Customer Review: 4.54 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 160 watts, 80 watts RMS
  • Low frequency bass from a 6.5" front-firing, long-throw woofer with a ferrite magnet set in a solidly built wooden cabinet
  • Exclusive tri-mode selector which allows you to experience the optimum in sound
  • Easily connects to video gaming systems, portable CD players, MP3 players, PCs, and other audio sources
  • 4 discrete channels of sound enhances the gaming experience

Reviews (89)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfectly integrated system!
This system has everything you need and sounds absolutely breathtaking. The subwoofer's sound, which is extremely rich and deep, not the "boom boom boom" sound you hear from cheaper systems, is perfectly integrated with the sound from the satellites. They look great on any desk (they hover about an inch above the surface of the desk with their little stands, so they really look futuristic) and I have to tell you, they sound AMAZING. The subwoofer actually sounds like a real instrument, not a "thump box". The sound positioning is really great, too... turn the satellites to face towards you, put the sub on the floor, and you'll have better sounding music than you thought possible in a 3-piece set.. for under 100 bucks. The people at the store I bought this from were really trying to discourage me from getting these, wanting me to buy the Harmon/Kardon Soundsticks instead (I have a Mac), because these Altecs are probably the best-kept secret in computer audio. Anyone who tries them out is amazed by them and wouldn't think of buying a more expensive set, and that's exactly what the stores don't want you to know :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome speakers
hunting for speakers for 2 months now, i landed upon these beauties. Needless to say, they sound great, but you can get a 5 piece surround sound set for cheaper, if you have a sound card that supports 5 piece speaker systems. But you will be hard pressed to find a better 3 piece speaker system for those of you with stereo sound cards. the control on the right sattalite speaker consists of volume/power knob, treble, and bass. It has a downfiring speaker design which i have never seen before but is surely not a bad thing, sounds are crisp, bass is low, and the highs are clear. The best 3 piece system you can get.

3-0 out of 5 stars OK sound, but there are better ones out there
I got the Altec Lansing ATP3s... at a local computer store and within the same week I also got the Labtec LCS-2422... at a computer show. While the ATP3s sound OK for the price, the Labtecs sound SO MUCH better. Up to mid volume the Altecs sound above average, although kind of dirty. But once you crank the volume up, they just sound horrible.

I do like the volume, bass, and treble knobs on the front of the speaker, and these speakers do look nice. If you don't intend to turn them up real loud, and you find a good deal, these speakers are good enough for many people out there. But IMO, there are much better speakers out there for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this!!!
I love these speakers!! Big difference from the ones my computer came with plus they only take up a little bit of space. I'm really impressed! Nice sound and I really enjoy my pc music now.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
Great product!

Great price, really can't be beat. If you want to upgrade to the ATP 5, you can, but there really isn't a need to.

Set-up took me a minute, if that. Very easy to use and quick to set up. Only three wires and it goes right into the headphone jack in your laptop or computer.

They really are slick. All my friends noticed how cool they looked before they even heard it.

Sound is amazing! The speakers in my laptop are terrible and you can tell the difference instantly. I loved showing people how different the sounds were.

The thing can go VERY loud if you want it to. I'm gonna blast it tomorrow and see how loud it really can go.

Amazing product. Definitely worth the low price. Can't wait to put it in my dorm this fall! ... Read more


76. Altec Lansing 251 5.1 Computer Speakers (6-Speaker, Black & Silver)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B000068IGR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 12223
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Product Description

Few things compare to the intensity of surround sound gaming and movies. No matter what type of entertainment you’re into, the 251 is an excell ... Read more


77. Altec Lansing ACS33 PowerCube Computer Speakers (3-Piece)
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00000JBJQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 23677
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Altec Lansing PowerCube speaker system is a three-piece multimedia audio solution for your home or office personal computer. Providing 25 watts of total power, the system includes two 5-watt satellite speakers for mid- to high-range frequency response, while the 15-watt powered subwoofer delivers extended low-range bass. A patented control circuit automatically boosts bass at low volume to maintain musical sound realism. The unified volume control simultaneously adjusts the volume of the satellites as well as the subwoofer. The satellite speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent monitor distortion.

The PowerCube speaker system comes with a one-year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • High-performance 3-piece system
  • Compact speaker satellites with 10 watts of power
  • Powered 15-watt subwoofer
  • Volume control and power-on LED
  • Magnetically shielded

78. Altec Lansing AHS15 Headset with Microphone
list price: $17.99
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Asin: B00006B7VG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Altec Lansing
Sales Rank: 8473
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79. Black Altec Lansing 3 Pc Sub Set

Asin: B00069L0HM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: altec lansing
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80. Altec Lansing 2pc Multimedia Spk Retail

Asin: B00069FQY0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: ALTEC LANSING
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