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Altec Lansing Expressionist Plus Speakers

Posted in Altec Lansing by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2009

Altec Lansing Expressionist Plus SpeakersThese PC speakers are stylish and sexy. The Altec Lansing Expressionist Plus Speakers, look pretty sweet and can be used with your PC, or CD, DVD or MP3 player. It comes with a 5.25 inch sub-woofer and two satellite speakers all in a small package.

We’ve seen our share of speakers here at the ‘Brick, but they aren’t always so nice looking. These are definitely worth a closer look. Tuck the compact subwoofer under your desk or on your desktop. If you like what you see, the set will go on sale later this month for only $99.

Altec Lansing MUZX earphones

Posted in Altec Lansing by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2008

Altec Lansing MUZX earphones
Here’s something for all the girls who want some sparkle and shine. Much of the tech that’s geared toward women and girls looks pretty, but is lacking in the specs department. Not these earbuds from Altec Lansing.

These little earbuds feature enough Swarvoski Crystals to satisfy anyone who loves them plastered all over their tech. It has 9mm neodymium drivers and gold-plated plug for nice sound quality. They also have a snug fit for those with smaller ears and some passive noise reduction. Altec Lansing has them for $59.95, while Amazon is selling them at $29.95.

CES 2008

Altec Lansing debuts new iPod/iPhone system

Posted in Altec Lansing,CES 2008,iPhone Accessories,iPod Accessories,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on January 9th, 2008

Altec Lansing T612A new iPod/iPhone speaker system is being promoted by Altec Lansing at CES right now. It is known as the Altec Lansing T612 and you’ll find it will cost around $200.

The Altec Lansing T612, which should be available in February, is a digital audio system with an integrated dock for compatible iPods and the iPhone. Sound is provided through the T612 via neodymium speakers and bass enhancement technology. A wireless remote included with the system offers iPod navigation functionality for options like volume and track selection.

Portable Zune sound system

Posted in Altec Lansing,Speakers by Chetz on October 8th, 2007

Altec Lansing inMotion iM414 sound system for the ZuneNow that a second Zune player is right around the corner we can feel the love for Altec Lansing’s newly announced inMotion iM414. Designed specifically for your Zune not only will the twin bass-enhanced neodymium speakers lovingly cradle your Zune and belt out the tunes on it but it will also charge your player up for the next time you need to head out. A secondary input jack is included so you can connect up a TV, DVD or whatever else you want and a built-in FM radio lets you listen to your local favorite station. If you want to take the inMotion with you it can carry a charge good for 24 hours of music (it can also take batteries.) A remote control is included so you don’t need to exert yourself when you want to skip over the next song. Altec Lansing has the inMotion listed for $99.95 but doesn’t tell us when it will be available.

Altec Lansing puts bar speaker below monitor

Posted in Altec Lansing,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on September 10th, 2007

Altec Lansing FX3020 SoundBarI bet here’s a question you’ve always pondered – what should I do with that unused area beneath my flat panel monitor? Stick pencils there? Altec Lansing is betting it has a more interesting option to fill that space – the new FX3020 SoundBar Speaker System, priced at around $100 and available in October.

The FX3020 SoundBar Speaker System is rectangular, one piece and low profile so it fits nicely underneath your monitor. The drivers are “precision-angled” and there’s also sound widening technology which is supposed to give you that full room sound experience. Throw in some bass technology, a single control knob and a side-positioned auxiliary input and you are ready to party.

Altec Lansing Delivers Wireless Speakers

Posted in Altec Lansing,Speakers by Nino Marchetti on June 28th, 2007

Altec Lansing Wireless Speakers PT8051Altec Lansing looks to be going more high end with its speaker systems via today’s unveiling of the Powered Theater Series. Two wireless models make up this new line – the two-speaker PT8051 ($1,000) and the one-speaker PT7031 ($600).

Both wireless speaker packages take the form of nice looking bar-style speakers. They are designed to match the look of flat panel televisions. The PT8051 supports Dolby and DTS listening modes and is capable of providing surround sound through left, center and right channels within one front speaker as well as left and right channels included in a rear speaker.

A Bigger View of the Action

Posted in Altec Lansing,iPod by Chetz on May 4th, 2007

inMotion iMV712 iPod entertainment systemLife in a dorm can be cramped, and if you’ve got your iPod to watch the latest episode of “Lost” or “Heroes”, you know that it can be a pain trying to catch the action on that tiny screen. Altec Lansing is out to convince you that your school daze can be better if you pick up their inMotion iMV712 iPod entertainment system, a three speakers and screen combo which connects with your video iPod and plays the content on it.

The LCD screen is 8.5-inches wide and there is a four-inch subwoofer and two three-inch speakers on the sides. Your iPod docks in the base which also recharges it, and there’s also a remote that controls the functions of the inMotion or the iPod.

An RCA input connection and an auxiliary input jack for other brand MP3 players is also along for …