You’re spoiled for choice where iPod docks are concerned, but this is a poor example
Sounds muddled at best
low frequencies prone to rattling and distortion
Another day, another iPod dock system.
The Altec Lansing iMT702 shows up to the party with an extensive specification: integrated lithium-ion battery, good for three or four hours' continuous playback; FM radio reception with four presets accessible from the remote control; 3.5mm input for other MP3 players.
The iMT702 is compact enough, also, to be tucked under one arm or stashed in hand-luggage without any problems.
The dock springs out from the front, control is via remote, or a row of buttons on top, and it will cope with all recent iPods.
With a Classic secured and a lossless file of Roy Orbison's The Comedians playing, we sat back. And were underwhelmed.
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We're not expecting a dock like this to provide the last word in scale or punch, but the Altec Lansing sounds confined, constricted and, frankly, dull.