Bij Gamers Depot is een review te vinden van de Altec Lansing ADA880 speakerset. Ze waren niet echt te spreken over deze set, 300 dollar voor iets wat van redelijke kwaliteit is, is (veel) te duur volgens hun:
The remote control is cool, and you'd better like it because it's the only way to change the surround levels. You need the remote to change the rear and center channel volume levels. You'll notice from our pictures there is not a true center channel speaker nor signal. When in surround mode and adjusting more power to the center channel you are actually adjusting the two front left and right speaker volumes. This sounds like phantom or simulated mode to me NOT Dolby Surround Pro-Logic. In my opinion this corrupts what is considered a surround system or not. I don't mean to rip on Altec or anything but let's get it right, I wish companies wouldn't advertise systems by throwing all these terms at you like Dolby, Surround, Theater System etc, unless it's true!
Overall the 880s sound like a typical mid-fi system which should cost well under $200.00.
At their current price of $300.00, there is no way we can give them a great recommendation, when there are so many other speakers around that kick the crap out of the 880s. *cough* Klipsch Promedia's *cough*.