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Altec Lansing unveils iMT810 Mix Boombox

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Altec Lansing has unveiled its new iMT810 Mix Boombox for the iPod and iPhone. Based on the company’s prior iMT800, the iMT810 features horn-loaded tweeters and mid-range drivers as well as a 5.25-inch side-firing subwoofer and a matching passive radiator, XdB technology for added bass, a digital 7-band graphic equalizer, dual auxiliary input jacks, an integrated FM radio, brushed aluminum accents and grips, a blue LCD information screen, a clip-on remote control with dedicated storage cubby, and the ability to run off AC power or up to 30 hours of play time on eight D-cell batteries. Altec Lansing’s iMT810 Mix Boombox for the iPod and iPhone is available now and sells for $300.

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1

Nice, finally something to replace the Apple Hi-Fi I’ve had for a few years now.  Just have to wait for the 5.5Gen 80GB iPod to die!

Posted by PeterPhan on May 25, 2011 at 11:53 AM (CDT)

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I recently bought the iMT800 and according to Altec Lansing the only difference between the iMT810 and iMT800 is that the 810 is Apple certified for the iPhone 4; however, the iMT800 works fine with the iPhone 4.  You just have to order the iPhone 4 holder for the docking station directly from Altec, which is at no-cost expect for shipping. The iMT800 is selling for less than $200 on Amazon and on Altec’s website.  It is well worth it!

Posted by Kim Davis on May 26, 2011 at 4:32 PM (CDT)

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The radio sounds good, but many people are complaining about the radio dying and battery operation does not work well.  Google imt800 power cord.  Go to amazon and read reviews on the imt810 about the issues this unit has.  Its not good and there customer support seems to be on the poor side.

Posted by Maximus on September 27, 2012 at 9:47 AM (CDT)

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