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Labtec Pulse 424 Speakers Review - FrostyTech.com Labtec Pulse 424 Speakers Review
Fri Aug 17, 2001 | 9:01P| PermaLink
"My first visual impression was much more positive compared to the 2514s.Wires were in much shorter supply, which in this case is a good thing. Notice that I said shorter, and not short, though. You still get 7 feet from subwoofer to right satellite, 7 feet from right satellite to audio source, and 5 feet between the satellites. These lengths are more than enough for the average computer setup, but leaves some slack for those that have to put their subwoofer a distance away for maximum effect. Overall, I think Labtec found a happy medium in regards to cord length. I do have a niggle with the cord design, though. They still have more wires than needed connected to the right satellite (3 total: one to left satellite, one to sub, one to audio source). The cords are hard-wired too, so if you DO need more length, you're out of luck. What I'd like to see is a design similar to Altec Lansing's ACS48s, where the sub itself connects to the audio source, and then the sub connects to the right speaker. This makes the rats nest much easier to manage."
FULL STORY @ GAMINGIN3D
(http://www.gamingin3d.com/reviews/pulse424/)


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