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Friday, 29 June 2007 16:00

Altec Lansing support Ipod

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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DCC 2007: New nice MP3 speakers

 

Altec Lansing a well known name in audio business has showcased quite a few interesting designs. We’ve seen iM600 Ipod speaker from In Motion series with a transportable, slik and quality design and amazing 70W RMS speaker.

At the same time, the device comes with a remote, FM radio and aux in for any other MP3 player. It also features USB syncronisation port for any Ipod and the best of all it will act as alarm clock at the same time.

It is powered by Lithium Ion battery as it will run even in Croatian wilds, where we currently write this story. You can pack this speaker and take it away in matter of seconds. It should cost €149 in retail depending on the country.

70W RMS sounds like a lot of power for the speakers.

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