Altec Lansing’s inMotion range of portable speakers has been popular with iPod and iPhone owners for many years. However, the inMotion Air turns out to be a break with tradition – in fact, it’s not specifically designed for the iPod at all. Altec Lansing inMotion Air Altec Lansing's inMotion Air I was, perhaps, taken in by …
OK, I'm not much of an audiophile, but I like a nice sound and don't mind paying for it. Still, £180 seems a bit steep. Are they REALLY that good, or is it the fact that it's relatively new tech?
I like the idea that you can stream from pretty much anything with bluetooth. If you have a party then folk can bring their playlists on their mobiles for a bit of variety.
Paris, 'cos I can't think of an icon.
Make your own.
Being a proper geek, I made my own from a car amplifier & speakers off eBay, a computer PSU, a bluetooth receiver and a sheet of 12mm MDF.
I probably spent the best part of £100 on materials, but mine does have the advantage of being able to upset the neighbours 5 doors down.
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