Speaker maker Altec Lansing has had a Compact member of its inMotion family on sale for some time, but it recently revamped the portable speaker to bring its electronics in line with the demands of Apple's 'Works with iPhone' certification. Altec Lansing inMotion Compact Altec Lansing's inMotion Compact: new angle And if you' …
More than moderate
I thought the sound was pretty good for a speaker system of this size and price - much louder than my old iM3, which has served me well for many years.
two front-facing 2in full-range drivers
Translates to - cheap and nasty speakers.... as mentioned later on in the review
"Besides, taking the cover off only exposes a flaw in the Compact's parallelogram design: without the stand, it falls over backwards."
Bloody hell. I've just realised. If you take the legs off a human, they fall over too. That God bloke, what a crap designer. Where's the intelligence now!
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