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Altec Lansing inMotion Speaker System
By: Alex G
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    2005-02-08

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  • Altec Lansing inMotion Speaker System
  • Design and Features
  • Sound testing
  • Battery life

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    Speakers for your iPod? That brings up a lot of questions. How useful could they be? Do they really deliver good sound? Are they worth the price? Alex G examines Altec Lansing's inMotion Speaker System to answer these questions.

    Ok, so you own an iPod, all of your music library fits and the player came with a set of high-quality earphones (yeah, right!). Although you get hours of enjoyment while in motion, wouldnít it be nice to be able to listen to all those high quality songs at your desk at work or in the bedroom before you go to sleep? Of course if you took the music off of your existing CDs, you might have a stereo you can play them on, or you could just jukebox them through your home PC. Thatís all great, but it leaves you with a few hurdles: your home stereo and PC are stationary, and if they arenít, the sound is usually inferior. You may own a small MP3 CD player with speakers, but I bet the quality of sound isnít even close to what you expect from it. Well, today we are going to look at a product made to improve your iPod listening experience. Enter the Altec Lansing inMotion Speaker system, designed specifically for the Apple iPod.

    For a company that has been making speakers and audio systems for more than seventy years and has established itself as a leader in computer audio equipment, Altec Lansing has a lot to live up to when releasing a new product. Therefore, picking up this set, we expected nothing less than excellent performance and a big bang for our buck.

    As an avid music listener and a happy owner of a fourth generation Apple iPod, the Altec Lansing InMotion speakers were a definite must-have for me. After shopping around for a little while and looking at a few alternatives, the particular set that we have here for review made the most sense: it is attractive, full of useful features and moderately priced (compare to its BOSE counterpart). So the question is: does it live up to the expectations set forth by audiophiles? Read on to find out.

    Specifications

     

    • Total Power Output: 4 Watts RMS

    • Frequency Response: 60HZ-20,000 HZ

    • Speaker type: four 1 inch Neodymium Micro Drivers

    • THD: 10%

    • Signal-to-noise Ratio @1KhZ input   > 75db

    • Price: $99.99-149.99

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