Altec Lansing Rolls Out Trio Of Audio Gems
Electronics manufacturers Altec Lansing are rolling out three upcoming audio devices at CES this week, that will enhance your listening life: the inMotion Compact docking station, Octane Plus 2.1 speaker system and MUZX DNA stereo headphones.
The inMotion Compact docking station is intended for use with iPhone/iPod/MP3 players, newer models included; it folds as small as a book for portable quality sound, and hits the market in February.
The Octane Plus, the newest member of Altec's computer speaker line, provides the best in computer and laptop sound, as well as the ability to connect to CD, DVD and MP3 players. A powerful subwoofer, down-firing 3” mid-range and dual 1” micro-drivers tune the device for premium music, movies and gaming sounds.
The MUZX DNA stereo headphones makes for enjoyable and affordable music listening, at the economical price of $19.95. They are crafted to the ears of heavy music listeners who always have their earphones in.
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All three are on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, located at at booth #21919, South Hall 1, downstairs.