Reviews and Problems with Altec Lansing inMotion Max iMT702
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Altec Lansing inMotion iMT702
Monica F., Newegg
27 July 2009
Summary: I'd give it 5 eggs if it would only work!
Pros: Sounds wonderful. Easy to use, though docking is unwieldy. Great sound, very portable, though it could use a handle for carrying as the controls are on top and easy to change by touching.
Cons: This unit has broken down twice on me. Unusuable. Within several weeks of first use. Both times some electrical fault, despite careful handling. Very disappointed because I just loved using it. The company replaced promptly the first time. Will undoubtedly do so again.
Pros: This unit puts out loud sound and doesn't distort at the high end. I can't comment on bass-pounding lows as I don't listen to rap, but acoustics are fabulous. This unit is very portable, as well. The rechargeable battery is an awesome feature for such a nice sounding unit
Cons: The speaker system is unstable. The iPod connection on the front (see pictures) folds out, and there is a stabilizing bracket that angle back, and when a reasonable amount of force is applied to the system either end can begin to fold in. However, once this unit is in its final location, all's we...
Summary: Still a bit pricey, but overall a good portable system for various inputs. Haven't tried the Aux yet, so don't know how good it will sound.
Pros: Nice clear sound, with a decent amount of bass. Works with both my IPod Classic and Nano. Suprised that small speakers would put out a good amount of sound, I had it a mid volume and could hear it crisp and clear from a room away. At a decent sound level (when used at my desk), battery life was p...
Cons: Buttons on both the remote and unit take some getting use to. Sometimes have to push them multiple times to work, I suppose they may have to be broken in/used a little to prevent it. ESS function tends to drown out vocals, mainly on IPod. But, it does give a more surround feel to the music
Summary: Altec Lansing inMotion IMT702 Max - Black If you want good quality sound that is powerful enough to play outdoors round the BBQ and has an in-built Lithium battery that lasts for hours and is charged quickly from the mains and is lightweight enough to put in your suitcase and take on holiday...
Summary: The Altec Lansing IMT 702 is a great buy if you want fine looking docking station to sit in the loo or kitchen shelf. It would be WAY too small for a living room. This update on the IM600 chucks out noticeably more sound and is much less prone to distort when cranked up (I had the Mumfords on full...
Summary: It worked for about 2 weeks, and worked reasonably well - good, loud speakers that easily fill a room. However, the iPod dock soon broke and it wouldn't connect to a device. Sent it back to Amazon, got a replacement, took it out of the packaging and didn't even bother plugging it in - the plastic...
Summary: Perfect little iPod speaker dock, charges the iPod and the sound quality (for the size of the unit) is exceptional. Really lightweight and portable (it has a rechargeable battery as well as mains power).