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Logitech debuts mm32 portable speakers for iPod


Logitech has announced its mm32 portable speaker system for the iPod. The mm32 speakers feature a cylinder-shaped design, an adjustable iPod cradle, and neodymium quad micro drivers that deliver “surprisingly high-quality sound for their size,” according to the company. “The sleek, affordable speaker system that delivers dynamic sound quality and works with any MP3 player or iPod with a standard headphone jack.” The speakers will be available beginning this month for $80.


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That’s nice, but I paid only 100 bucks for my mm50s, and I guess they still sound a bit better than those.. And the mm32 doesn’t seem to be that much smaller, so what’s its advantage?

Posted by Kolja on April 10, 2006 at 4:37 PM (CDT)


It looks a whole heap smaller (and lighter?) than my mm50! Logitech stuff is usually available at good discounts.

Posted by drevo_uk on April 11, 2006 at 2:56 AM (CDT)


Alright, who changed the definition of “portable” and forgot to tell me?

Posted by rainking187 on April 11, 2006 at 5:55 AM (CDT)


Looks like Altec’s iM7 :S

Posted by hoho on April 15, 2006 at 6:15 AM (CDT)

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