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As for audio, the system relies on dual bass-enhanced Neodymium speakers to do the trick.

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Pros

very portable, small and light and works on standard AA batteries

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batteries last a long time before they run out

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good bass representation for the size

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Cons

remote has a limited ability to browse the Zune's contents, can only really scroll to the next song or album

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sound distorts when you turn the volume up too high

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fixed antenna feels like it could break off easily

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lacks clear highs, tends to get tinny

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doesn't hold a Zune 80 very securely, feels loose

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The Altec Lansing inMotion iM414 is a compact and portable Zune docking station featuring a recharging Zune dock, a built-in digital FM radio, and an auxiliary jack for hooking up external CD, DVD, or MP3 players. Built for portability, the iM414 only weighs less than a pound—making it easy to carry. As for audio, the system relies on dual bass-enhanced Neodymium speakers to do the trick. Other notable aspects of the inMotion iM414 include a wireless remote and battery operation. To save money on batteries, users also have the option of hooking the device up to a conventional AC power outlet.

Features
  • Compact Zune Docking Station
  • Zune Dock (+Recharge)
  • Digital FM Radio
  • Portability
  • Three D Batteries
  • Custom-Designed Speakers
  • Bass-Enhancement Technology
  • Full-Function Remote
  • AC Power Cable (Included)
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