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Altec Lansing iM5
3.9 out of 10

Altec Lansing iM5

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Altec Lansing IM5 Review

9 April 2006
  • Conclusion: As summer approaches the UK (no sign yet) all our thoughts turn to laying on the beech listening to MP3 tracks, What better then, than a new portable iPod speaker system to blast out tracks while you take in some waves?
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Overall 6

Altec Lansing inMotion IM5

PC Magazine
17 February 2006
  • Conclusion: The Altec Lansing InMotion IM5 is a portable, shock-resistant speaker package with some nice extras, but the bass can distort even at normal listening volume.
  • Pros: Compact and sturdy. Good input/output options. Nice-looking travel bag. Easy to use.
  • Cons: Bass distorts easily. No remote control.
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Overall 6

Expert Review

Good Gear Guide.au
15 March 2006
  • Summary: The iM5 is a decent unit and its extra outputs are a nice touch. But the lack of an included remote and better sounding units for similar or lower prices means it wouldn’t hurt looking elsewhere.
  • Pros: Portable and Compact, Loud Volume Levels, Inputs Include Sub Out and Composite, Syncs and Charges iPod when docked
  • Cons: Lacks a little bass and low end, Can’t control volume on the iPod itself, Volume buttons require a firm press, No Remote Control included, Power doesn’t switch off iPod
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