Altec Lansing has been at the forefront of personal computing speaker systems for many years now. As a matter of fact, even as far back as the 1920's when the company was first founded - making them one of the longest operating companies in the entire PC industry, let alone home entertainment sector, which, along with a couple other companies, they have been the king of for years.
History shows, each year, we see an extensive range of new speaker systems released by Altec Lansing. I have personally been a follower of Altec Lansing for the past few years and am yet to be disappointed by any of their products. For example, the Altec Lansing ADA890 speaker system which we reviewed several months ago has been my personal speaker system performing flawlessly. I didn't think it was possible for sound quality and clarity to be improved much more than what I was already experiencing.
When Innovision Australia (the official Australian distributor for Altec Lansing) asked if I wanted to test out all four of Altec Lansing's latest speaker systems, I got fairly excited about the prospects of receiving even better quality speaker systems than the ADA890 system I had become accustom to.
A couple of weeks ago the courier dropped off four massive boxes which I was eager to rip straight open, as soon as possible, realizing they were the Altec Lansing review samples I had been expecting. This means today, in this Altec Lansing-only speaker roundup of May 2002, we check out the latest from the company namely in the 4100, 2100, 641 and the 621 - all suited for users with different budget levels. Do any of these speakers have what it takes to be your next speaker system? Read on and find out, or be blown away, either way...you'll get an answer.
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