Reviews and Problems with Altec Lansing Mix IMT800
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Altec Lansing MIX iMT800 Review
28 June 2010
Excerpt: Anyone who was a teen in the ‘80s will tell you that THE must-have item at the time was a boombox. It didn’t matter that they were expensive and ate up pricey batteries for breakfast; being able to blast your jams anytime and anywhere was crucial for your coolness quotient. As time passed and technology advanced from cassette to CD, the boombox hung around, but its popularity waned as the portable CD player nudged in on its territory.
Pros: Powerful Sound, Highly Portable, Rugged Construction, AC or Battery Powered
This Altec Lansing iPod speaker system has old-school looks and seriously impressive power
Good Gear Guide.au
3 May 2010
Summary: Altec Lansing's Mix iMT800 is a mix of old and new — it's an iPod dock and FM radio with all the charm, style and raw power of an 80s boombox. Its sound quality rivals other high-end iPod docks we've heard, and the portability of the Altec Lansing Mix iMT800 means that wherever you are, you can party like it's 1989.
Pros: Powerful, portable, impressive looks, cool remote control
Cons: Not especially portable, no internal lithium-ion battery, expensive