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It is a docking system built for fitting, syncing, and charging SanDisk Sansa e200 and c200 series.

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Pros

Loud, clear sound quality suitable for the average user.

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Doesn't distort much even at the highest volume setting.

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Very compact, lightweight design ideal for portable use.

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Holds your Sansa player very firmly in the dock.

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Excellent battery life (about a whole day on 4 AA cells).

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Maybe the only option for those who use SanDisk Sansa players.

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Cons

Doesn't include a remote control--something standard in iPod docks at this price.

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Some Sansa players sit too low in the dock, obscuring some of their controls.

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The Altec Lansing inMotion iM510 is a docking system built for fitting, syncing, and charging SanDisk Sansa e200 and c200 series. For all other Sansa players — as well as CD, DVD, and MP3 players — the iM510 includes an auxiliary input. It’s somewhat similar to the iM413, but different in that it doesn’t include digital FM radio; it relies on AA batteries instead of D; and it is compatible with the BB2001 subwoofer. Other notable aspects of the Altec Lansing inMotion iM510 include four high-quality speakers, MaxxBass technology for quality bass, and shock resistance.

Features
  • Sansa Docking Station
  • Sansa e200/c200 Sync/Charge
  • Auxiliary Input (MP3/DVD/CD/Sansa)
  • 4 AA Batteries (24 Hrs)
  • MaxxBass Technology
  • Compact/Foldable Design
  • Shock Resistance
  • AC Cable (Included)
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