Altec Lansing, inMotion becomes paperback
The Altec Lansing stereo system for digital music player becomes portable. The American house, fifteen months after the launch of the popular inMotion has indeed announced the iM4 model.
The rather simple operation: a cable connects to the headphone output of the player and the music is amplified and distributed by the speakers. The original design has a small support covered in non-slip rubber on which the player is placed and from which the cables that reach the speakers depart.
Altel Lansing points out that the iM4, which is small enough to fit in a bag, uses many of the components of the InMotion. Details include a 4-watt Class D amplifier and 4 speakers integrated with MaxxBass technology. The retractable cable and an auxiliary input that allows you to connect another device in addition to the main one.
iM4 runs on four AA batteries and comes with a mains adapter.
The indicative cost for the American market of 129 $. The availability set for the month of February.