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Altec Lansing inMotion iMV712 Review

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Closer Look:

The contents of the package include an AC adapter, three iPod dock adapters, a universal dock cradle, a pair of composite cables (RCA), a 3.5mm cable, a wireless remote, and the paperwork. Included in the paperwork is the product manual. It details all the functions and options, as well as disclosing all troubleshooting information.





The Quick Install Guide, also found in the paperwork, the front-side details all the steps necessary to begin using the iMV712. The back-side follows by showing how to select the different components using the source button. It also shows the correct way connect the devices into the Altec.



After removing the iMV712 from its wrapping, you notice that the LCD is protected with a rectangle of plastic film. The film has a picture printed on it and gives you a simulated idea of how the screen will look when lit. From the front the iMV712 takes a bold stance. The front faces you at an angle for optimal viewing and the speakers wrap around the back. From the side the distinct shape can really be seen.



The top of the Altec is smooth and almost featureless. The only noticeable features on the top of the device are the iPod dock and the Source, Vol+ and Vol- buttons. These are the only buttons found on the device, but they are also found on the wireless remote.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
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  4. Installation & Configuration
  5. Specifications & Features
  6. Testing
  7. Conclusion
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