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Altec Lansing Stage-Gig

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Altec Lansing Stage-Gig

The Altec Lansing Stage-Gig is a speaker system that features one 1 inch neodynium tweeter and one 6.5 inch midbass driver. The unit has a 100 dB sound pressure level (SPL) and a total continuous power of 40 Watts RMS (at 8 ohms/ 10% THD at 80 Hz- 20 kHz). Its system response is 50 Hz - 20 kHz (-10dB), with a signal-to-noise ratio of more than 90 dB (at 1 kHz input). The Stage-Gig measures 12.6 inch by 10.4 inch by 9.1 inch. The unit comes with a 6 feet RCA cable and a Quick …

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Altec Lansing Stage-Gig

The Altec Lansing Stage-Gig is a speaker system that features one 1 inch neodynium tweeter and one 6.5 inch midbass driver. The unit has a 100 dB sound pressure level (SPL) and a total continuous power of 40 Watts RMS (at 8 ohms/ 10% THD at 80 Hz- 20 kHz). Its system response is 50 Hz - 20 kHz (-10dB), with a signal-to-noise ratio of more than 90 dB (at 1 kHz input). The Stage-Gig measures 12.6 inch by 10.4 inch by 9.1 inch. The unit comes with a 6 feet RCA cable and a Quick connect guide.

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Designed to work with just about any gaming console, the Stage-Gig supports up to 40 Watts of power via its 6.5” woofer. The system features Audio Alignment™ technology with its drivers, enclosure and electronics balanced for optimum sound. The system also features wide dispersion from the specially engineered horn-loaded silk tweeter, volume control and comes in a tough design with corner guards. The system also supports inputs that allow users to plug in a Sony PlayStation, Nintendo Wii or Microsoft Xbox. There is also a built-in AC outlet and RCA outputs that let users plug a second Stage-Gig speaker (RCA adapter sold separately).

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