Altec Lansing introduced the Octiv 650 docking speaker system

Altec Lansing has introduced its latest docking solution for your iPod or iPhone, the Octiv 650 which is capable of displaying movies and videos directly on your TV.

The dock system features edge shape design with discreet lines and a flat front panel and packs two 3” full-range drivers and a 4” subwoofer for deep bass. It has on-board volume, bass, and treble controls,  and component and composite video out jacks, allowing you to watch full screen Netflix movies and YouTube videos on a television from an iPhone or iPod Touch.

Altec-Lansing Octiv 650 docking speaker system

The Octiv 650 automatically pauses when a call is received on your  iPhone, also has auxiliary port to hook up any other audio devices and comes with a remote control. Altec Lansing also offers a free Music Mood app which let you watch and listen to a number of serene videos and sounds such as a crackling fireplace or a calming river stream with the app’s Ambient Sound and Visual Library and also includes a graphic equalizer for customization of the sound.

The Altec Lansing Octiv 650 will be available in May 2011 in black and slate for $199.95.

Source: Altec Lansing

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