Altec Lansing is showing off a handful of updates to its line of audio gear this week at IFA in Berlin. At the top of the list is the newly revealed InAIR 5000, a tabletop speaker AirPlay heavy that the company is well positioned to take Bowers and Wilkins Zeppelin line (which recently received its own version of AirPlay ). As this system, the InAIR certainly offers a unique perspective on the aesthetic design with a tear. The company has opted not to install a dock on the Apple system 110 watts, as compatible devices can stream audio wirelessly to the thing via AirPlay.
The Classic iMT630 is, not surprisingly, a speaker dock more traditional. It is portable and lightweight and has a shelf mooring in front that can be returned with the push of a button. Open the stand on his back, and you will find a place to store away from the speaker. The remote is also magnetic, so you can stick to the front grille of the Classic (someone the company has clearly lost a lot of remote controls in their day). No word yet on pricing and availability for both speakers.
The company also presented his headphones Bliss, which are designed for the ear of a woman. What does that mean, exactly? Especially since their headphones are smaller, fitting more comfortably in the ear canals smaller. Altec Lansing assures us, however, they are still able to offer great sound, despite their size. And yes, they come in pink.
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