Altec Lansing inMotion iM3 and iM3c Portable Audio for iPod | iLounge



Another thing: the original inMotions are not compatible with any Photo or 5th Gen iPods. if you see inMotions cheap, then don't buy them for your 5G. people compare these, but there is no comparison for people whose iPod won't fit. Besides, if you are looking for cheap speakers, look a the Pacific Rim Cube Speakers

Posted by anti-luddite on June 23, 2006 at 8:22 AM (PDT)


I traveled with the IM3 in Europe and loved its flat profile and various adapters, although I did raise suspicion going through airport security and had to have a special test to get through. Anyway, I now use it in my office. I don't like it now because it picks up interference from cell phones and Blackberries. I always know when my boss is getting a message on his Blackberry because the speakers start crackling and buzzing so loud I have to turn it off. Has anyone experienced this?

Posted by redbarron on November 25, 2006 at 11:28 AM (PDT)


Real-world portability is a greater priority for me than audio performance. On that basis, I am correct in saying that the IM3c is approximately half the size and weight of the Logitech MM50, with some trade-off in audio performance? I have found it difficult to glean an unambiguous answer to this question from web research!


Posted by AddLightness on September 4, 2007 at 9:30 AM (PDT)

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