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Altec Lansing IM9

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Review: Altec Lansing inMotion iM9

Macworld
5 May 2006
  • Excerpt: (1 items) A couple years ago, Altec Lansing got the portable iPod speaker market going with the original inMotion. Since then, the company has dramatically expanded the inMotion line, which now consists of the iM3, iM4, iM5, iM7, iM9, iM11, iMT1, iMX2, and iMmini, as well as the original model, now called the iMplus. (Don’t try to make sense of the model numbers—Altec Lansing has told Playlist that there’s no real method to the naming scheme.
  • Pros: Includes handy backpack for travel, Durable design, Secure iPod storage, Provides ports for audio, video, and data, Impressive sound quality and volume levels for the size
  • Cons: Heavier than most portable systems, Volume very loud on turn-on, No protection for front of iPod, Volume buttons difficult to press, No remote
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