Conclusion: That minor gripe aside, Altec Lansing has put together a good, solid package that competes well against other iPod speaker systems in this price class. It's a better value than the , which retails for AU$130 more but lacks the auxiliary input and video output. Whether it's a better value than the Eton Sound 50 is a more iffy proposition, but the Altec Lansing does deliver richer bass.
Pros: Sound can be overly bright, Wireless remote offers limited functionality, Setting the bass/treble levels is trickier than it should be
Cons: Attractive design, Built-in dock that recharges your iPod as well as a composite video output for displaying iPod videos on TVs, Line-in jack and included patch cable lets you attach any audio device, not just iPods, Decent sound, with richer bass than you'd expect from a speaker system that's this compact