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Altec Lansing inMotion IM716 Review

Posted on Saturday, December 17 2005 @ 02:42:52 CET by LSDsmurf


PC Mag has taken a look at the Lansing inMotion IM716 headphones from Altec, here's a short quote from their test report:

Altec Lansing's new inMotion IM716 noise-isolating headphones are similar to their slightly cheaper sibling, the IM616. The IM716 offers some interesting features, as well as in-line volume control, ultimately making it more versatile than the IM616. Like the IM616, the IM716 was developed in conjunction with Etymotic Research, so it should be no surprise that the sound quality is stellar. Of course, these features come at a price ($199.95 direct; available in white), but considering the impressive sound quality and dual listening modes, we think they're worth a listen for audiophiles and headbangers alike.




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