Altec Lansing ACS33

ACS33, Active Monitor from Altec Lansing.

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bolaf 01/20/2006

Altec Lansing ACS33 : bolaf's user review


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The price is the primary factor recess has tipped the balance in my decision-RULING, and I was told that Altec Lansing jouissaint an excellent reputation.

Connecting to my little E-MU 404, I wanted small speakers fit easily on my desk for a simple control of the output of my E-MU 404. My old config, whatever trs powerful silent too bulky and surdimenssionne over my needs.

Pentium D 820, 1GB, E-MU 404, Kawai L1 Master keyboard, Cubase.


The curve is catastrophic frequency drives, the bass is too Submitted and ring hollow. By pushing the equalizer at least it appears that the mids and highs are tufts mtalliques and fuzzy.

The image is stro dplorable, total lack of precision.

The sound is rough, confused.

The dynamics are like the rest is soft.


2 months of use and two months dceptions.

Most? price and compact size trs. The least? Of the sound catastrophic.

I auparvant (and always) Davis MV 717 branches on a marantz, itself connected to the E-MU 404. A solution bulky and surdimenssionne over my needs. I wanted an ultra compact solution for simple control of the output of the E-MU 404. In short, I was looking for a solution capable of reproducing sound honorable, nothing more.

Report A Quality / Price: 0 cart since I have these speakers for other models, this time around I will try before you buy!

Obviously I do not have that choice would do.