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Altec Lansing iMT620 inMotion Classic Portable iPod Dock with Rechargeable Battery and FM Tuner

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  • Supports most iPhone and iPod models with Universal Dock Connector
  • Two 3-inch, full-range neodymium drivers and DSP technology for room-filling sound
  • Rechargeable battery, handle that doubles as stand, and remote cubby for total portability
  • Digital FM radio with 4 station presets; high-contrast LCD for radio or iPod info
  • Auxiliary input for connecting external audio devices
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameAltec Lansing
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions2.5 x 13 x 6 inches
Item model numberiMT620
Power Source TypeAC & Battery
Connectivity TechnologyPowerline
Operating SystemiOS
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002I636XM
Best Sellers Rank #8,945 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 3, 2009
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Altec Lansing
  • Model: iMT620
  • Weight: 4.1 pounds
  • Tuner Technology: AM/FM
  • Media Type: MP3
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Product Description

Product Description

The versatile inMotion Classic is designed for extreme portability, letting you take your music anywhere. Compact and lightweight, the inMotion Classic folds to the size of a small, flat book to pack away.The innovative handle is more than just a handle and serves three important roles , to swing up for grab-and-go transport, to swing back as a stand to securely kickback the speaker system, and to swing under in a "stowed" position. This stowed position electronically prohibits the system from turning ON and draining the on-board rechargeable Lithium-ion battery.

From the Manufacturer

The Altec Lansing inMotion Classic is a "Works with iPhone" and "Made for iPod" certified portable stereo system that includes a digital FM radio. Altec Lansing created the first portable iPod speaker and continues to push the standard with the inMotion Classic, with special attention given to its portability, audio performance and iPhone compatibility.


The inMotion Classic Offers:

  • iPhone and iPod compatibility
  • Lightweight and compact size for travel
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Powerful, crystal-clear sound
  • FM radio tuner
  • Full featured remote control



The iMotion Classic is "Works with iPhone" certified and includes a full-navigation remote that lets you browse your iPhone's playlist. View larger.

A high-contrast LCD display lets you view your song details from afar. View larger.

Innovative handle gives you the portability you need and doubles as a kick stand. View larger.

A New Standard in Portable Audio
The versatile inMotion Classic is designed for extreme portability, letting you take your music anywhere. Compact and lightweight, the inMotion Classic folds to the size of a small, flat book to pack away.

The innovative handle is more than just a handle and serves three important roles: to swing up for grab-and-go transport, to swing back as a stand to securely kickback the speaker system, and to swing under in a "stowed" position. This stowed position electronically prohibits the system from turning ON and draining the on-board rechargeable Lithium-ion battery.

Satisfying Stereo Sound
Naturally, you'll want to bring your tunes on the road only if they sound good. The inMotion Classic delivers. It features Altec Lansing's Audio Alignment™ craftsmanship that precisely balances the key audio components -- the drivers, the enclosure and the electronics. This sonic balance is especially important for great audio in a compact system.

Expanded Sound Stage technology enhances the stereo listening experience by widening the sound field at the touch of a button. Custom-built, dual three-inch neodymium drivers throw out rich, crystal-clear audio with the quality that Altec Lansing fans have come to expect.

Digital FM Tuner
The inMotion Classic's digital FM radio tuner provides another entertainment source. The beauty of the FM radio is that it makes the inMotion Classic a valuable audio asset at all times, even when your iPhone or iPod is not handy. The four FM station presets let you keep your favorite radio stations ready to play.

iPhone Compatible
The "Works with iPhone" certification means that the inMotion Classic is engineered to be immune from GSM signals, therefore preventing the speakers from picking up that pesky interference buzz from the iPhone or other mobile devices. The music pauses and resumes play before and after taking a voice call without ever switching the iPhone to airplane mode. This lets you experience pure audio, and nothing more!

Full-navigation Remote Control
The inMotion Classic offers the most full-featured remote control in its class. In addition to the standard controls, the remote provides full menu navigation for your iPhone or iPod, allowing you to browse artists, songs and playlists directly from the remote. The high-contrast LCD display on the inMotion Classic always tells you the song details from afar.

The inMotion Classic is covered by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
inMotion Classic stereo speaker system, remote control, AC power adapter, Apple universal well inserts, and quick connect instructions.


Altec Lansing Speaker Docks
Orbit MOctiv MiniOctiv DuoinMotion CompactinMotion ClassicMix
Ultra-portable sound for MP3 players or mobile phonesCompact speaker/charger/
speakerphone
Designed for multiple iPhone and iPod playersPerfect speaker for hotel, beach, or backyardIdeal speaker to take around the houseThe ultimate party speaker
Key Features
  • 360-degree sound field
  • 2.5mm adapter for use with mobile phones
  • On/Off button and battery life indicator
  • Fits in nearly any space
  • Wake up to music with free Alarm Rock app
  • Makes video calling easy
  • Dock, charge and play two players at once
  • Shuffle tunes from two players with free Music Mix app
  • Wake up to music with free Alarm Rock app
  • Fits neatly in tight spaces
  • Built-in USB port lets you charge a third device
  • Integrated cover protects music system during travel
  • Cover folds back into a stand
  • Ported drivers deliver deep bass
  • Built-in digital FM radio with At-A-Glance LCD
  • Rechargeable battery allows for portability
  • Kick-stand flips up into a handle
  • Class D amplification
  • Advanced audio Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • Specially engineered horn-loaded tweeters and mid-range drivers
  • XdB bass-enhanced side-firing subwoofer
  • Built-in digital FM radio with 4 station presets
  • 7-band graphic equalizer
  • Convenient grab handles
Sound Enhancement TechnologyAudio AlignmentAudio AlignmentAudio AlignmentAudio AlignmentAudio Alignment, Waves Maxx AudioAudio Alignment, Xtreme Dynamic Bass
Onboard ControlsPowerFully iPhone or iPod controlledPower, Source, VolumePower, VolumePower, Volume, Track back, Track forwardPower, Volume, Track back, Track forward, Source, EQ
Power Type3 AAA BatteriesAC OnlyAC OnlyAC, 4 AA Batteries AC, Li-Ion Rechargeable BatteryAC, 8 D Batteries
  Orbit MOctiv MiniOctiv DuoinMotion CompactinMotion ClassicMix
Wireless Remote    Yes  YesYes
iPhone & iPod CompatibleYesYesYesYesYesYes
Audio Inputs2-channel analog (stereo)Universal dock for iPhone & iPodTwo universal docks for iPhone & iPodUniversal dock for iPhone & iPod Universal dock for iPhone & iPodUniversal dock for iPhone & iPod
Secondary Aux In Jack    YesYesYesYes
Shielded for Interference  YesYesYesYesYes
Speaker ConfigurationOne 1.5" full-range driverOne 3" full-range driverTwo 2" full-range driversTwo 2" full-range driversTwo 3" full-range driversTwo 1" tweeters and two 3" mid-range drivers;
5.25" subwoofer and 5.25" passive radiator

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Customer Reviews

This compact unit is great for the hotel room, the pool, and camping.
JJ
One set of batteries would last 5 days of playing 12 hours a day or plug it in if you had AC plug-in.
don caldwell
I was amazed by the great sound quality from this small and very portable product.
J. Cohen

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471 of 480 people found the following review helpful By W. C. Bryant VINE VOICE on September 1, 2009
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When you have a product as strong as the Altec Lansing inMotion iM600 USB-Charging Portable Speaker System with FM Receiver for iPod (Black) you'll be forgiven, particularly in a niche market such as this, for leaving well enough alone and letting a good thing ride in the marketplace. Instead, Altec Lansing has clearly listened to those who bought the iM600, and re-engineered the product as the iMT620 addressing virtually all the concerns, while also raising the bar where there were few if any complaints.

Right out of the box, in contrast to the 600, the 620 is a sleeker unit. Gone is the high gloss black bezel that looked great but would forever show fingerprints around the buttons. While the 620 weighs in a scant 6 ounces heavier than the 600, it has a lower profile than its predecessor by nearly two inches. Portability is clearly one of the areas of improvement, as the 620 is now supported by its own full-width handle, a feature the 600 lacked, as it was supported on a hinge by the part of the device that served as the dock. Which is to say that when you plugged your iPod or iPhone into the 600, and sat it down on an uneven surface, the iPod could move and bump up against the front face of the 600. The dock in the 620 is set into a fixed recess, meaning once your iPod/iPhone is in place, it's secure. Another obvious change is the antenna -- the 620's extends nearly a foot higher and is of much sturdier construction, which translates (from my own experience) to much crisper, sharper, and clearer reception from local radio stations.

Much can be said about the audio quality, but subjectivity and a lack of a baseline make it difficult to be precise.
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303 of 309 people found the following review helpful By owookiee VINE VOICE on September 23, 2009
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I have both the 620 and its predecessor the 600. Let me start with what they both share:

-Sound quality is good. No popping or cracks with iPods or Aux attachments. Radio pickup is very good.
-The range of sound goes from very soft to very loud in good step increments. I was very pleased with the range.
-There are only 4 radio presets on both models
-All the typical navigation controls are there, except for a way to easily "jump to next album/artist". There is a fast forward, but its use for scanning to next FM station is touchy.
-They work great with the iPod classic, however, both have extreme difficulty with the iPod Touch (2nd Gen 8GB). They wouldn't always play, and if you switched source and came back, or if the Touch timed out and turned itself off, they weren't able to pick up playing again. If you try to manually do it with the Touch, it plays from the Touch speaker even though it's in the dock. The Touch also doesn't sit well on the dock due to its thin size.
-The cords are both are 6 feet.
-Neither has an AM tuner.

What I like about each compared to the other:

600 - Has the stronger remote. I can use it from 20ft away no problem. The 620's remote is very spotty even at 6ft range. The remotes, however, are compatible with both units.
620 - Has menu navigation on its remote so it is in theory easy to navigate artists, however you really need to see your iPod screen to do this, which if you're using the remote you'd think you'd be too far away to see (but since the 620 remote is awful you're probably right up close trying to get it to work anyway)
620 - Better antenna, it's got more range of motion, the 600's just sticks out the side.
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The iMT620 works perfectly with both my iPhone and my iPod. My video review runs through most of the details -- one thing I left out is that if you have your Bluetooth earpiece handy, it automatically pauses during a song and allows you to take the call. When you hang-up, the music kicks back in. A very nice feature!
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47 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Michael Ruane on November 4, 2009
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The manual states "During battery-only operation, the speaker system automatically shuts down if no audio is detected for a few minutes. This is to conserve battery power." What it doesn't specify is that if you're not playing music from your iPhone library (such as streaming via Pandora app), that counts as no audio being detected.

When using Pandora App on an iPhone 3g docked on the inMotion Classic in battery mode, the dock will automatically power off after a couple minutes due to what it interprets as device inactivity.

This is a pretty major flaw considering my intended purpose for the device was to stream music on Pandora with the dock in battery mode. I suspect the only workaround would be if I buy a short male->male cord and run it from the headphone jack on the iPhone to the AUX input of the device. Perhaps the automatic power-off is bypassed when using AUX mode?
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ASIN B002I636XM - I live, and sometimes work, speaking and surrounded by people speaking tech-speak. I get so tired of it that even here, where it might be suitable, I'm drawn to speak in normal English. I feel like I ought to apologize.

I love the iMT620, no doubt. That doesn't make it flawless. In the way of improvement over the Altec Lansing inMotion iM600 USB-Charging Portable Speaker System with FM Receiver for iPod (Black), the 620 is more bass-y / less tinny, a big plus to me, and it works with the iPhone, a big plus to others. The look is more in line with the old style "ghetto blaster" (though much smaller and lighter!), than the really now-overdone "sleek, rounded corners, shiny black (white/red/blue) plastic casing", which I find a pleasant change of direction. Not only does it have a sturdier appearance, but it shows small marks less easily - and if you really use it as a portable device, it's going to pick up those small marks.

In the negative column, there are four small things.
- I put in an adapter and had a heck of time getting it out. This is great, when you're using the adapter, to know that it will be secure, but it's a flaw overall. A small release catch would be nice.
- Along the same lines, this isn't quite the old "ghetto blaster". Anyone who remembers those can remember toting it around on your shoulder (blowing out your hearing...) or swinging it as you walked. You're not going to do that with this one, or you'll be kissing your iPod goodbye. Despite the tight hold this thing has on the adapters, it has next to no hold at all on the iPod which, if you tilt the 620, will fall out.
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