Reviews and Problems with Altec Lansing inMotion iM310
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Great sound-low battery life
25 June 2012
Summary: The sound quality is better than I expected, but the battery life is less than I was hoping for. 3 hrs is about the limit. Securing the iphone to the player would have been a nice additional feature.
Summary: Altec Lansing inMotion IM310 Portable Speakers for iPod and MP3 Players Looking for good speakers for an MP3 Player? I have a Sony Walkman MP3 Player (NWZS545 here on Amazon) & a Creative MP3 Player. I wanted a good speaker system that would be portable and have relatively good sound. This is it!
Summary: Was disappointed the product requires an additional cord, not included, to play non-iPod MP3 players (Sandisk, etc), whereas it has a dock/adapter for certain Apple models only. Otherwise the sound, size, design and price are good.
Summary: I bought this to use for my wedding reception - it's in a small building only about 40 guests. We wanted something battery-powered to use for the ceremony in the Gazebo and then move it to the reception area for a little boogie time.
Summary: This is a simple ipod portable dock, and for its size it has alot of volume and bass, almost better sound than my much larger stereo! Comes with multiple adapters for different sized ipods, along with battery or plug in power options.
Summary: I wasn't expexting much out of the speakers and it seemed to get good reviews and it worked well for awhile but it soon started saying that my ipods weren't compatible; not just one but four. When it does work you have to jiggle it around and put the dock on an angle or it wont play at all.
Summary: If your in the marked for a nice cheap ipod dock that is better than the dollar store clip on speakers, this is for you. Ive used it at 2 bbq's already and have been pretty happy with it.
Pros: Its Very light, yet still feels pretty solid. The "Dock mechanism is very cool when opening.
Cons: It runs on batteries, but the "Power" LED wont light up on them, so its kinda hard to tell when the thing is actually on. The volumn controls feel flimsy, I like the slider though. You also cannot close the unit up and still have it plugged into the wall. Another issue is the connectors they send...