Altec Lansing, market leader in the digital audio sector, also launches in our country inMotion iM600, a new portable audio system for iPod.
The amplifier, announced at Ces in Las Vegas, stands out for its elegant design and innovative technologies. Altec Lansing reports, in particular, Altec Lansing's proprietary SFX (Stereo Field Expander) technology, which allows to obtain a decidedly superior sound quality, providing the user with an amplified stereophonic perception. In addition, the bass enhancement technology releases quality bass even in the absence of a subwoofer. The sound diffused by two 2 ″ neodymium drivers, optimized for high frequency extension, which guarantee sharpness even to the highest notes.
iM600 also comes with a stereo FM radio and a wireless remote control; synchronizes and recharges all iPod models equipped with a dock connector; allows you to view videos and photos uploaded to your iPod and most televisions, thanks to the composite video output
The radio also acts as a clock radio if inserted into an electrical outlet (AC adapter included in the package), with a station preset system, LCD screen, and telescopic antenna. The compact and elegant design and the possibility of power supply through rechargeable lithium batteries that guarantee continuous operation for 7 hours, make the iM600 also suitable for being listened to while on the move.
iM600 will be distributed in Italy by ADL American Dataline. The product will be available starting next summer at the electronics stores and on the website www.adl.it.
iM600 will have a suggested end user price of 149.99 euros (including VAT).