Altec Lansing IMT320 30-Pin iPod Speaker Dock

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Altec Lansing IMT320 30-Pin iPod Speaker Dock

Altec Lansing IMT320 30-Pin iPod Speaker Dock

  • Crystal-clear sound; two full-range neodymium drivers deliver pure, distinct full-spectrum audio
  • AC or battery-operated; blast your sound for up to 24 hours with four AA batteries or use the included AC adapter
  • Audio Alignment technology; drivers, enclosure, and electronics are balanced for optimum sound
  • Stylish cover folds back to double as a stand
  • Music pause: automatically pauses music when a call is received on the iPhone

When you need a compact stereo system for your iPhone or iPod, but still want exceptional sound quality, Altec Lansing has you covered with the iMT320 inMotion Compact. The inMotion Compact folds as small as a book for easy portability, and it packs a punch with dual drivers that deliver rich, well-balanced sound whether you’re at home or on the road.

List Price: $ 79.99

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  1. 593 of 611 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Surprisingly good sound from a compact system, March 29, 2010
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    Cricket “Living life and loving it!” (The Great Pacific Northwest) –
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    *My video is to show how compact the system is and how quickly it sets up. The sound on the video is not very good, please do not take it as an example of what you can expect from this system.

    I currently have two docking systems in use in my home. The iLive IS208B Stereo Speaker System with iPod Dock and iHome iH64BA Multimedia Stereo Speakers wth Dock for iPod. Both offer decent sound, but neither are compatible with the iPhone for charging. So when I was given the opportunity to try out the iPhone compatible Altec Lansing IMT320 I was very excited to do so.

    When it first arrived I was shocked at the size. Even though I had read the description, it didn’t quite register until I had it in my hands. This was compact, extremely portable and nice looking to boot! The soft, yet rugged dual use cover folds over to protect the speakers during transit and folds under to act as a stand during play. I was anxious to try this out so I plugged it in using the AC adapter (4 AA Batteries can also be used on the go), dropped in my iPhone and turned it on. I wasn’t prepared for what I heard next; quality, balanced sound. I raised up the volume and switched between Jazz, Pop, Rock and R&B. All of them sounded great and with no distortion. Had I not plugged it in myself I wouldn’t have believed that the music was coming from such a small little system.

    Overall I am very impressed. It’s easy to set-up and use, with the function buttons on top consisting of On/Off and Volume Up and Down. Charging compatibility with the iPhone is a plus and a reasonable list price when compared to many others out there on the market. Add in the nice sound quality and portability and it makes it a very smart choice.

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  2. 708 of 733 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Altec Lansing IMT320, June 20, 2010
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    Douglas Whittet “Byrdmanic” (Albany, NY United States) –
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    I bought this item after reading several positive reviews posted on this site. Having tried it out, I do agree with many of the positive comments, but also found a couple of negatives that turned out to be deal-breakers for me, and I have decided to return it. One of the negatives is specific to my particular listening preference and may not apply to other folks. I bought this unit to use with my iPod in the bedroom. I like to fall asleep listing to SOFT music, so good low-level volume control is important for me. Unfortunately this unit are not well matched to that need. It has very little sensitivity at low levels: with the volume set only a few steps above zero on the push-button control, the sound level is already getting rather loud. Worse, the unit does not “remember” the previous volume stetting when it is switched on, instead it automatically resets to a mid level (which is actually quite loud) – this is something one could live with, obviously, but for me it’s just too irritating.

    My other negative is a general concern about the durability of the vinyl cover, which has to be folded back to support the unit when it is in use. The idea behind the design is good, making it easy to transport with the cover in place. However, as a support it seems flimsy, and the quality of the vinyl may not be sufficient for long-term use, given that it has to be folded back on itself each time the unit is set up. Past experience of folding vinyl in other situations leads me to suspect that it will soon develop splits along the fold.

    To summarize:
    Positives: Decent sound quality for a small unit; highly portable; looks good; easy to use if you don’t care about the volume issue noted above.
    Negatives: Volume control does not remember previous setting when unit is switched on and lacks sensitivity at low levels; vinyl cover may not be very durable.

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  3. 87 of 92 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t You Wonder Sometimes, ‘Bout Sound and Vision, April 20, 2010
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    M. Allen Greenbaum (California) –
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    I’m going to discuss the Altec-Lansing’s less important features before reviewing (the SOUND) the most compelling reason(the SOUND) to buy it (the SOUND). While I think the docking station could use about a $10 price reduction, this combination speaker system/charger is a winner.

    Functions. So what IS a docking station? This one can charge a variety of Ipod and Iphone devices, and, more importantly, play music through the twin front-ported speakers. Supported Apple devices include (as listed on the package) the following Ipod brand MP3 players: The Touch, (generation 1 and 2), Nano (1-5), Classic, Ipod 5th generation (with video), and the iPod mini ,as well as the 3GS (16 and 32 GB), 3G (8 and 16 GB), and the Iphone (4, 8, and 16 GB) telephones.

    Ease of Use and Portability. Very easy, a simple design attractively packaged, the T320 weighs about 3 pounds, and folds into the size of a small purse or portfolio. They really got the looks down. The semi-matte , slightly textured black vinyl cover is handsome and folds around the front to a latch on top. Fold this flap back and it serves as a horizontal base for the station. While in this position, a second fold can be bent back up towards the dock, providing further stability. While no one will mistake the cover for leather, it doesn’t look like cheap vinyl either. (It may actually be cheap vinyl, but at least it doesn’t look that way.)

    The slot on the bottom of your iPod or iPhone fits onto a vertical tab residing in a shallow alcove between the two integrated speakers. There are only three controls: On/off, volume up, and volume down. Volume is controlled by buttons rather than dials (that keeps it sleeker), and the buttons are remarkably sensitive. You can easily control volume, with more precision than you’d expect. There’s no volume indicator (not really a drawback), but the power cord is less than 6 feet long, another foot or two would have improved accessibility. It runs also on 4 AA batteries; Altec Lansing claims these will last up to 24 hours. I recommend getting rechargeables. Since the whole idea is to play sound in the open air, there’s no headphone jack; besides, your iPod has one.

    Telephone Features. I may be one of the few people around without a Cell Phone, so I’ll just present this information without comment. According to the packaging, the T320 is “immune to mobile telephone interference, eliminating the need to switch to airplane mode.” I don’t know if this means you no longer have to catch a flight somewhere–perhaps someone can post a comment explaining this. However, it sure sounds good. Here’s one I do get: Music playing on the T320 will pause when you receive a phone call. Nice!

    SOUND. Really amazing considering the size! Two 50mm (2 inch) neodymium drivers power the speakers and you’ll enjoy deep (but not muddy) lows, a full midrange, and a pleasing treble without the usual thin or tinny quality found in many comparable speaker sets. For being only inches apart, the speakers somehow impart a sense of stereo separation, particularly in the back to front dimension. Regrettably, there are no other specs, either on the package flaps (where set-up instructions are pictured, rather than written) or on the Altec Lansing web site: You’ll have to write them if you really have a need to know.

    Bottom line: I was very pleasant surprised by the full sound throughout the spectrum, with no discernable distortion, especially in the bass and treble. It will easily fill any room (or rooms) with sonic delight. If Mr. Altec or Ms. Lansing knocked a few dollars off the price, this would sell even faster, but without much competition (let me know if you have an alternative), I think it’s worth it.

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