Good sound quality for its price.
Compact and stylish satellite speakers.
Easy to set up.
Auxin for connecting other audio players.
Low price tag for a 2.1 speaker set.
No bass control.
No headphones out.
No speaker-grille for the bass driver.
Average set for movies and gaming.
Cable lengths not long enough.
Short cable between the side speakers.
Aux input must be unplugged to use the main input.
By Macworld UK on February 10, 2011
The Altec Lansing VS2621 is a 2.1-channel speaker system that works with a PC, MP3 player or any audio device with a 3.5mm stereo-out connection. Getting a good-sounding entry-level set of 2.1-channel PC speakers can be quite challenging, with so many...80
By PC Advisor on February 04, 2011
The Altec Lansing VS2621 is a good entry-level speaker that offers a well-balanced sound for its asking price (29). It offers good value for money, and we recommend it for its warm and crispy sound reproduction. Laldinfela Pachuau, PC World India...70
By PCWorld India on February 02, 2011
The Altec Lansing VS2621 is an entry-level 2.1 PC speaker that offers a compact stylish design and good sound at affordable price....72
By CIOL on May 12, 2010
For just Rs 2k if you can get a speaker that would blow your mind with its stunning combination of clarity and bass, wouldn't you happily take it? If yes, then you will be interested to hear about the Altec Lansing VS2621. This 2.1 channel speaker...-
By GadgetSpeak on November 27, 2009
This is a rather nice 2.1speaker system. 2.1 means two satellite speakers and a sub woofer. The speakers could be used with a PC or perhaps more likely as an output from a device such as an iPod or MP3 with a 3.5mm...76
By Top Review Shop on September 21, 2009
Tired of the tinny sounding speakers built into your laptop, or the cheap speaker set that came packaged with your new PC? A high quality 2.1 speaker set that utilizes full-range drivers as well as a powered subwoofer could quite well be the answer...80
By TestNumerique.fr on January 01, 2010
Le VS2621 se voit doté de deux satellites dont la forme se rapproche d'une pyramide tronquée. Le résultat ne nous semble pas particulièrement réussi mais c'est évidemment affaire de goût. Plus surprenant, est...75