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Altec Lansing inMotion iMV712 Review

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Closer Look:

There isn’t a sharp edge on the Altec, the backside seamlessly flows over the edge and back underneath. A close-up of the back panel is shown in the second photo, all inputs and outputs are clearly labeled. Notice the primary power switch on the right. This must be set to the ON position in order to be operational. A secondary power button is located on the remote.





There are four rubber pads located on the underside of the iMV712 that the device rests on. Towards the front of the Altec (the bottom edge in the photo), are a pair of riser feet. If a more angled view is desired, simply fold the feet out and set back down. The photo on the right is a picture of the Universal Dock cradle. This adapter attaches to the dock and allows for non-iPod devices to rest safely on the top. The cradle features a no-slip rubber pad to prevent your device from falling.



The remote included with the Altec iMV712 is very small and slim. The dimensions of the remote are approximately 3.5” long, 1.5” wide and a mere 0.25” thick. The layout is simple and concise, the directional buttons encircle the enter button, surrounded by the Play/Pause, Power, Menu and Source buttons. Featured from the middle down are the sound field buttons. They include the Bass, Treble and Volume, Mute and SFX (Sound Field Xpander) controls.


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