Just yesterday we announced that Sony had recently unveiled 3 new iPhone / iPod docks. Now it appears to be Altec Lansing’s turn, as we’ve just heard that the company has recently announced its new MIX iMT810 digital boombox, the successor to the oversized MIX iMT800.
According to a recent engadget.com article by Brian Heater, the new MIX iMT810 dock – which is now Apple iPhone 4 certified – has replaced the gold trim with silver, and swapped the amber LED to blue. It boasts a seven- band graphic equalizer, and a 5.25-inch subwoofer.
It also features a slot for storing the carabiner-equipped remote. The Altec Lansing MIX iMT810 digital boombox runs on either AC or 8 D-cell batteries, making this the ideal device for listening to music outdoors. The dock provides around 30 hours of listening time if using battery power.
The blue LCD screen allows for custom personalization and displays track, battery and device information. The device will charge your iPhone or iPod while it’s connected to a mains adapter, and will intelligently turn off the charging ability when the device is running on batteries.
The MIX iMT810 allows for up to 2 other devices to be connected to it via the auxiliary input jacks, as well as offering the option of listening to music via the integrated FM radio. The Altec Lansing MIX iMT810 digital boombox is available to purchase now for $300.
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