- Page 1:Introduction
- Page 2:Introduction, Continued
- Page 3:Altec Lansing VS 3151R Puts Volume Above All
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- Page 5:On The Graph And To The Ear
- Page 6:Creative Inspire T5900
- Page 7:On The Graph And To The Ear
- Page 8:Logitech X-530
- Page 9:Logitech X-530, Continued
- Page 10:On The Graph And To The Ear
Belonging to the same family as the 2.1 X-230 we tested earlier, the X-530 is essentially the same kit in a five-channel version.
The satellites again use the "Frequency Directed Dual Driver" technology, the goal of which is to eliminate lobes of interference between transducers while providing a larger membrane surface for reproducing the midrange frequencies - the weak suit of many speakers that put design uppermost. The idea is not really new: Filter the two vertically-arranged loudspeakers differently in order to limit interference between transducers. But it's a good idea!