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Altec Lansing inMotion

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Altec Lansing inMotion

PC Magazine
23 February 2009
  • Excerpt: Ghost-white, feather-light, and eminently portable, the Altec Lansing inMotion lets an Apple iPod fill a small room with gorgeously transparent sound. The only thing you lose is bass, which is understandable in a system so small (8 inches wide by 5.4 inches deep) and light (15 ounces). The inMotion had the best frequency response of any of the speakers we tested, with an even sound from 90 Hz all the way up to 20 kHz.
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Overall 8

Altec Lansing inMotion

23 July 2004
  • Excerpt: (1 items) The size of the large paperback book when closed, the inMotion unfolds to provide stereo speakers and a dock slot. Just slide any iPod with a dock connector--including the iPod mini--into the slot and press Play; the dock connector provides the inMotion with a line-level audio signal, as well as a way to charge and sync your iPod.
  • Pros: Impressive sound quality, Serves as a dock replacement, Compact and lightweight
  • Cons: Cumbersome AC adapter
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Altec Lansing InMotion

1 July 2004
  • Excerpt: Voyons les choses en face : la plupart des enceintes portables en plastique argenté font bon marché. Par contre, le jeu d’enceintes InMotion d’Altec Lansing arbore un design qui se marie parfaitement avec celui des iPod de couleur blanche. En outre, il produit un son convenable. A 170 euros, ce système est plus onéreux que la plupart des mini-enceintes qui lui font concurrence.
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