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Altec Lansing iMT702 inMotion Max Speaker System for iPod and iPhone (Black)


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  • Supports most iPhone and iPod models with Universal Dock Connector
  • Precision-matched speakers and XdB bass enhancement deliver crisp, full-spectrum sound
  • Included remote controls speaker system functions, FM radio, and playlist and song navigation
  • Auxiliary input for connecting external audio devices
  • FM radio with four user presets
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameAltec Lansing
Item Weight3.8 pounds
Product Dimensions2 x 12.2 x 7.6 inches
Item model numberIMT702 inMotion MAX
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB001K4YWCW
Best Sellers Rank #314,391 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The inMotion Max delivers powerful, cutting-edge audio for your iPhone and iPod in an ultra-sleek, portable design. Enjoy your tunes or FM radio with a remarkably wide stereophonic soundstage. All without missing a call.

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Wander around the house, and take your music with you. Run it on battery power or plug it in. Either way, the inMotion Max churns out lush sound from your iPhone and iPod, or from the unit's built-in FM radio. Twin, full-spectrum speakers give you the accurate sound reproduction and warm acoustics you crave. XDB technology supplies the deep bass without a subwoofer. And ESS sound-widening technology expands the sound to fit any room. What's more, when a call comes in, the music cuts out so you can comfortably take the call.

Lush sound from your iPhone and iPod. Click to enlarge.

Simple, intuitive controls up top. Click to enlarge.

Control speaker system functions, FM radio, and playlist and song navigation with the included remote.

Crystal-clear Sound
Precision-matched speakers deliver crisp, full-spectrum sound.

Powerful Bass
XdB bass-enhancement creates deep bass without a subwoofer.

FM Radio with Amber LCD
Features 4 station presets and wire antenna for superior reception. LCD displays song and FM station data (RDS).

Expanded Sound Stage
Proprietary ESS technology widens the stereo image to fill a room with sound.

Enhanced Remote
Controls speaker system functions, FM radio, and playlist and song navigation.

Music Pause
Automatically pauses music when a call is received on the iPhone.

Interference Free
Unique design is immune to mobile phone interference, eliminating the need to switch to airplane mode.

Rechargeable Battery
The Li-ion battery provides up to 3.5 hours of playing time.

Alarm Clock Function
Fully compatible with iPhone and iPod models with alarm and sleep timer features.

Auxiliary Input
Connects a second audio source, including CD, DVD, and other MP3 players (cable not included).

Remote Cubby
Handy storage for the remote.

What's in the Box
Altec Lansing inMotion Max Speaker System, AC adapter, enhanced remote, miscellaneous adapters for iPhone and iPod, FM radio antenna, user's guide, and quick connect instructions.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The sound quality is good (not great), and it seems well built.
Ken Y.
Altec Lansing improved the sound quality in their newest version(Max) and I am glad I chose this product to replace my older version.
Newport
Sometimes I have to press the power button several times to turn the speaker on.
GenXmom

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137 of 140 people found the following review helpful By Jim on December 27, 2008
I've read a lot of reviews online for this product, and the biggest hangup seems to be with the ipod related features, overall looks, button sensitivity and so on. Very few actually focus on the sound quality, which for me is by far the most important factor in choosing a sound system. I've owned the IM600 and Logitec Pure-fi Anywhere speakers, and this system is light years ahead of those, and any other similiarly priced portable ipod speakers in overall sound quality. This system in on par with the Bose SoundDock II portable system and is quite a bit cheaper. The only drawback to the sound is that it isn't going to blow you out of the water with incredibly deep bass. That being said, I don't think there is a portable system out there yet capable of producing significant bass due to their smaller size. Bottomline, if sound is your driving factor in choosing a rechargeable ipod speaker system and you don't want to pay $350 for the Bose SoundDock portable, the InMotion Max should be your #1 choice.
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91 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Kevin K. Fosler on February 7, 2009
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I am disappointed in this product, which is unexpected because I love the IM600 that preceded it. I decided to give this one a try because it looked like it would have better sound with the 4 speakers, and I wanted something that I could use with my iPhone (the IM600 only works with iPods).

Maybe I was spoiled by the IM600, but I was disappointed with the inMotion Max IMT702 from the beginning. I still would have kept it, but the unit turned out to be defective (explained below).

I will try to give information to help readers decide whether to buy this based on features. The first thing that I didn't like is that rather than have physical buttons to press, there are touch sensitive areas on the top. I prefer, as on the previous model, to have physical buttons for the tactile feedback they offer.

I have the unit on a table next to where I sit. Because I am on the same level, I can't see the top of the radio, so it is awkward to use the buttons.

The cradle area where the iPod / iPhone goes initially didn't want to pop out for me but after some use it does so, but not "convincingly". Rather than a nice click, it has a mushy feeling, it comes out just a bit, and then I pull it out the rest of the way.

The sound at low volume is not as good IMO as the IM600. However, this unit can go louder without distortion, so for me it was a wash. There is not much bass, so I use the equalizer of my iPod / iPhone to obtain more bass. It would be nice if the unit were designed for more bass -- I know this is possible because I have other kinds of audio devices that are smaller and put out more bass.

Even when I first got the unit there were very infrequent "glitches" or pauses in the music.
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57 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Newport on December 28, 2008
I bought the iM600 over a year ago and was looking for a replacement. The inMotion Max is a GREAT update of the iM600. The iM600(original version) does not charge my new ipod nano, the new Max does. The sound quality of the iM600 is a little crisper at low volume than the Max BUT once you play a song with a little bass and want to turn the volume up, the iM600 sounds cheap compared to the Max. The Max also displays your music selection on its screen, something the iM600 did not do. The control buttons on the Max have also been updated (they are touch control), the iM600 has regular button controls. However, the iM600 does have something the Max does not have, you can update your ipod without removing it from the dock....the Max does not have that feature.

The main reason I wanted to replace my iM600 is because of the sound quality when I would turn the volume up(and it would not charge my new nano). Altec Lansing improved the sound quality in their newest version(Max) and I am glad I chose this product to replace my older version. Also, I liked the fact that it is rechargeable, one of the very few on the market.

UPDATE!!!.........I've had the Max for about a week now and having both the iM600 and Max playing side by side, the iM600 sounds better at low to normal volume(the sound is crisper and richer). But the iM600's speakers start to rattle and sound constricted when you turn the volume up. The Max has a fuller sound and does not rattle when you turn it up. I am still satisfied with the purchase. I now hear that they are updating the iM600 to be able to charge the new ipod nano, even if I knew that before I bought the Max, I would still have bought the Max because the inability to listen to my podcasts or music beyond a certain volume became annoying.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By David M. Thompson on December 19, 2008
I just got the iMT702, and it's exactly what I was looking for. The speakers sound great. The unit looks incredible sitting on the buffet in my dining room. The unit comes with a universal-style iPod dock, with five different adapters for the various iPods and iPhones. The unit is shielded, so that you don't have to turn off your iPhone when it's in the dock. The FM radio also sounds great. The remote has four presets for the radio!
Most of the available docking stations look like they belong in a teenager's bedroom. Or you can overspend ($300+) for a Bose. This unit has both good looks and good sound, and it's on sale at Best Buy.
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