Altec Lansing PT6021 2.1 Speakers £79.99 at - HotUKDeals
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Frequency Response: 32 Hz - 18 kHz (-10 dB)
Maximum Output: 101 dB SPL (1m)
System Power: 58 watts RMS @ 1% THD
Satellite Power: 7 watts RMS @ 1% THD
Subwoofer Power: 44 watts RMS @ 1% THD
System THD (Input to Amplifier Output): <0.6% THD @ 1 kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 78 dB
Channel Separation: > 55 dB
Input Impedance: 10 k ohm
Input Sensitivity: -11.76 dBu (200 mV RMS)
Maximum Input Level: +12 dBu (3.08 V RMS)
Volume Control: 70 dB attenuation maximum
Treble Level Control: +/- 9 dB @ 10 kHz
Bass (Subwoofer) Level Control: +/- 10 dB @ 100 Hz
Recommended Headphone Load Impedance: 32 ohms, each channel
Headphone Output: 7mW into 32 ohms, both channels driven
Drivers (per satellite): Six 1" / 25 mm full-range 8 ohm micro drivers
Subwoofer Driver: One 6.5" / 165 mm long-throw 4 ohm woofer
Cables: Satellite: 4-pin DIN cable (3 m / 9.8 ft.) with extension (2 m / 6.6 ft.)
(Supplied with PT6021) Controller: 9-pin DIN cable (3 m / 9.8 ft.)
RCA input cable (5 m / 16.3 ft.)
Input Connections:
Stereo RCA inputs Red (right) and White (left) on rear panel of subwoofer.
One 3.5 mm stereo input on rear panel of subwoofer.
One 3.5 mm auxiliary input is located on the wired control pod.
Wired Control Pod: Rotary Up/Down Volume, Bass, Treble, and On/Standby
Infrared Wireless Remote: Up/Down Volume, Bass, Treble, and On/Standby
Enclosure Material & Finish:
Satellites: Black injection-molded plastic with painted metal grill
Subwoofer: Black painted 9 mm MDF with injection-molded front panel and painted metal grill.
Satellite Dimensions: 64 mm (W) x 26 mm (D) x 365 mm (H).
Subwoofer Dimensions: 216 mm (W) x 198 mm (D) x 406 mm (H)

Its like having a pro system behind the curtain!

It's pro audio in a sleek disguise. The Altec Lansing PT6021 system delivers pure, clean, uncluttered audio. High highs. Low lows. And, best of all, because it features InConcert technology, a fusion of pro audio line-array and tri-amp technologies, the sound feels like it's being directed right at you. InConcert Technology minimizes reverb from floors and ceilings. And volume drop-off is negligible even when you walk to the back of a big room.

The system's twin, ultra-slim satellites contain a total of twelve micro drivers, with each pair powered by its own discrete amplifier - that's three amps per satellite! A ported subwoofer completes the system and the sound by providing sophisticated, low-frequency bass. The slim, flat-panel satellites look perfect next to a flat-panel screen, and they feature removable bases for easy wall mounting. With the PT6021, you get incredible sound and cutting-edge design. Just the way you like it.

The Altec Lansing PT6021 features two ultra-slim satellites with a total of twelve 1" neodymium micro drivers, with each pair of micro drivers powered by its own discrete amplifier. From 150 Hz to 20 kHz, the frequency spectrum is split into three distinct overlapping bands and fed into micro drivers that are set at a precise distance from each other. A combination of precise driver spacing and low pass filters for each pair of drivers delivers a predictable vertical coverage pattern of 40° - 60° above 1,500 Hz. The end result is a crisp, high-fidelity, fully intelligible sound that is focused on the listening area.

Powerful Subwoofer:
A ported subwoofer completes the sound with low-frequency, full-throated bass. Set in a low-resonance wood cabinet for maximum sound with minimal distortion, the narrow-profile cabinet contains a long-throw 6.5" (165 mm) woofer designed to reproduce dynamic audio program material down to 32Hz. The subwoofer also contains seven discrete power amplifiers and the line array circuitry.
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mmm...i've been looking for some PC speakers recently......*umms and aaaahs*
I bought these a while ago. Dunno if it's just me but there's a noticeable hum on the subwoofer so they aren't very good for a tv. They are fine under a computer though.
im after some speakers for my new 42"toshiba,will these be good,
or will these be better
I preferred to spend my money on a decent 2.1 system, rather than surround sound. I ended up with AE Aego M speakers that I am very pleased with (and they have had very good reviews). They cost the same as these Lansing ones when I bought them, but they seem to have gone up a bit in price since then.

I think, at this sort of money, that you should try to listen to some of them before buying.

BTW, I like the look of the Lansing ones.
Hi Crossbow, would these speakers be any good for plugging into the back of my DVD whilst connected to my projector?
I bought these a while ago. Dunno if it's just me but there's a noticeable hum on the subwoofer so they aren't very good for a tv. They are fine under a computer though.

Its you!! Get one of these, problem solved
Superb deal. I cannot find anything anywhere near as good as these are for the price. If you're thinking of hooking up some speakers to your TV (and lets face it, everybody should!) then I can recommend these babies.
what about these ,very good ratings,less money more watts.
what about these ,very good ratings,less money more watts.

Are you serious???? Its NOT just about WATTS per pound. Its build quality, its whats used inside, its many things, not just what it can output! These Altec PT6021 were selling at £179.99 less than a year ago. They are incomparable to anything else offered at the price. Go for it!
Its you!! Get one of these, problem solved

I bought a cheaper version as I thought £28 was rather steep. Not working ;/ Could it be interference from something upstairs? My neighbour has this loud hum going on quite regularly.. no idea what it is. Sorry to turn this into a help thread.

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