Altec Lansing Expressionist Bass FX3022 full review
Bass fiends rejoice! Buy the Expressionist Bass FX3022 and you won’t need a separate subwoofer, thanks to the long-throw bass drivers, housed in the twin gloss black towers.
Setup is easy and the Expressionist Bass’ right speaker has separate up/down volume and power buttons to make the whole thing even more user-friendly. Fire it up and the Expressionist Bass lives up to its promise with lashings of bass, making it perfect for gung-ho action movies or picking out deep bass runs in everything from rock to dance. The only problem is that the Expressionist Bass’ bass levels can be too overwhelming – forcing you to do some judicious tweaking to iTunes EQ settings until you get the balance right.