Altec Lansing 612 Speaker Cabinet Plan
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User reviews and opinions
|spacekadet||6:37am on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010|
|These are good speakers if one is interested in listening to music in a small room setting or sitting in somewhat close proximity to the speakers.|
|Jolanda||6:01pm on Tuesday, August 31st, 2010|
|These speakers kick butt! best darn speakers I have ever owned! A little bigger then I thought they would be.They look sharp as hell. Amazing sound !!... Small size works great for desk top. Good sound, easy to install and use.|
|bluemagician||12:22am on Tuesday, August 10th, 2010|
|I wanted a set of speakers for a small space and these were perfect. These work fine for any applications I use. I have not tried classical music.|
|SRTrudeau||4:48am on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010|
|Not a big deal, but might want to take into account what side your computer sits on your desk when orienting. A good set of speakers at a reasonable price.|
|AnacortesBoys||10:21pm on Monday, May 24th, 2010|
|I needed a good set of speakers for my computer that gave excellent sound quality at a low price, this U.S. based company proved once again buying U.|
|pnlarsson||3:07pm on Friday, April 9th, 2010|
|I own several sets of these speakers. Use them home and work. Small class room. Price is right. The best of all is no extra power cords to work with. Not for Large rooms. But a helluva buy for the dorm. The Bass sound Great! And clear!! Great Bang for my Buck!! Compact Design","Easy To Use".|
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Altec Lansing One Year Limited Warranty (Two-Year Limited Warranty In the European Union and Asia)
What Does The Warranty Cover?: Altec Lansing warrants that its products shall be free from defects in materials or workmanship, with the exceptions stated below. What Is The Period Of Coverage?: For units purchased in European Union or Asia, this warranty runs for two years from the date of purchase. For units not purchased in Europe or Asia, this warranty runs for one year from the date of purchase. The term of any warranties implied by law shall expire when your limited warranty expires. Some states and/or Member States in the European Union do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. What Does The Warranty Not Cover?: This warranty does not cover any defect, malfunction or failure that occurs as a result of: improper installation; misuse or failure to follow the product directions; abuse; or use with improper, unintended or faulty equipment. (For information on proper installation, operation and use consult the manual supplied with the product. If you require a replacement manual, you may download a manual from www.alteclansing.com.) Also, consequential and incidental damages are not recoverable under this warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. What Will Altec Lansing Do To Correct The Problem?: Altec Lansing will, at its option, repair or replace any product that proves to be defective in material or workmanship. If your product is no longer being manufactured, or is out of stock, at its option, Altec Lansing may replace your product with a similar or better Altec Lansing product. How To Get Warranty Service: To get a covered product repaired or replaced, you must contact Altec Lansing during the warranty period by email (email@example.com). You must include in your email, your name, address, email address, telephone number, date of purchase and a complete description of the problem you are experiencing. In the United States, you may alternatively contact Altec Lansing by telephone at 1-800-ALTEC88 please be prepared to provide the same information. If the problem appears to be related to a defect in material or workmanship, Altec Lansing will provide you a return authorization and instructions for return shipment. Return shipments shall be at the customers expense, and the return must be accompanied by the original proof of purchase. You should insure the shipment as appropriate because you are responsible for the product until it arrives at Altec Lansing. How Will State Law Affect Your Rights?: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Please note that in the European Union, you as a consumer might have other legal rights under national legislation of European Union Member States governing the sale of Altec Lansings goods. Those rights are not affected by this guarantee. The above limited warranties and remedies are sole warranties and remedies available to purchaser, if, and to the extent, valid and enforceable under the applicable law.
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T612 Digital Speaker System for iPhone
Big rich sound for iPhone without missing your calls!
Thank you for purchasing the Altec Lansing T612 digital speaker system for iPhone. Made to complement the iPhone models command of the digital world, the T612 extends your iPhone models high-end audio capabilities with beautifully transparent music reproduction. 60 Watts of power RMS (120Watts Peak) fill the room while keeping you perfectly in touch because with the T612 theres no need to use Flight Mode while you listen to music. Instead, keep the phone turned on; when a call comes in the T612 gives priority to the call by interrupting the music.
Connecting your iPhone
To connect your iPhone to the T612: Place the docking adapter for iPhone inside the universal dock. While the docking adapter is not required for proper functioning of your iPhone and T612, it will provide a better fit. Seat your iPhone by sliding your iPhone on top of the T612 docking station.
Connecting your iPod Made for:
To connect your iPod to the T612: Remove the docking adapter for iPhone from the T612 docking station. Place the appropriate docking adapter for iPod inside the universal dock. Docking adapters may come with your iPod, or may be purchased separately from Apple (see Apple stores or www.apple.com.) Make sure the EQ function on the iPod is disabled. This may happen automatically with some iPod models. See the users guide for iPod for details on how to disable the EQ settings. Seat your iPod by sliding your iPod on top of the T612 docking station.
iPhone iPod touch iPod classic iPod with video iPod nano (3rd generation) iPod nano (2nd generation) iPod nano (1st generation)
iPod with color display iPod mini iPod with dock connector
Connecting your alternate audio source Box Contents
T612 digital speaker system for iPhone and iPod Wireless remote control with battery 3.5 mm stereo cable (for auxiliary input) Power supply Removable docking adapter for iPhone Users guide and quick connect instructions
The T612 includes an auxiliary input jack that allows you to connect to alternate audio sources, such as older iPod models, CD players, MP3 players, portable DVD players, and laptops. To connect the T612 to an alternate audio source, follow the steps below. Locate the 3.5 mm stereo cable. Turn off the alternate audio source. Connect one end of the 3.5 mm stereo cable into the auxiliary input jack (AUX) located on the back of the T612 system, and the other end to the line-out, audio-out, or the headphone jack on your alternate audio source. Disable the alternate audio source EQ function, if available. See the alternate audio source users guide for details. Set the volume on the alternate audio source at mid-level. Set the volume on the T612 at minimum level and adjust upward to a comfortable listening level.
Position T612 on a stable, level surface.
Insert the barrel connector from the power supply into the DC connector on the rear of the T612 system. After this connection is made, insert the power supply into a wall outlet. Turn on the T612 by pressing the power button located on the top ofthe unit. An LED will light when the power is on. Turn off the T612 by pressing the power button located on the top of the unit. The LED will turn off. Note: To avoid hearing a popping sound when you turn on the T612, always turn on your iPhone (or alternate audio source) first.
The + and buttons on the top of the T612 are the master volume controls. Press and hold the + button to increase the volume and the button to decrease the volume. An LED indicator is located on the front of the unit.
Treble and Bass
To control treble or bass levels, press the TREBLE or BASS buttons on the top of the unit and press and hold the + button to increase the corresponding level, or the button to decrease it. An LED indicator located on the front of the unit will.indicate the corresponding level. Note: After a few seconds, the + and controls will automatically reset to controlling the volume.
Resetting the system to original factory settings
To reset either the treble or bass function to its original factory setting, press and hold the corresponding TREBLE or BASS button on the top of the unit for 5 seconds. To reset volume, bass and treble functions to original factory settings, press and hold the button on the top of the unit for 5 seconds.
Wireless Remote Control
In order to use the remote control, install the supplied battery in the remotes battery compartment. CAUTION: Theres a danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace it only with the same or equivalent type. Stand-by The button can be used to turn the unit on and place the unit in stand-by mode. An LED will light on the T612 when the unit is on. Volume The + and buttons marked with the word VOLUME control the master volume. Press the + button to increase the volume, and press the to decrease the volume. Treble and Bass To control treble or bass levels using the wireless remote, press the TREBLE or BASS button on the wireless remote, and press and hold the + button to increase the corresponding level, or the button to decrease it. Song Functions When an iPhone or iPod is docked into the T612 and the T612 is turned on, some song functions can be controlled using the T612s remote control. 1.Play/Pause Function: Press the button once to start playing the selected song. Press the button again to pause the song. 2.Track Forward/Track Back Function: Press the button to skip to the beginning of the next song. Press and hold the button to fast-forward through the song. Press the button to skip to the beginning of the song currently being played. Press and hold the button to rewind the song.
No Power LED is lit (AC Operation).
The power supply isnt connected to a wall outlet and/or the power supply connector is not plugged into the power supply jack on the back of the T612 system. The surge protector (if used) isnt powered on. The wall outlet is not functioning. The power isnt turned on.
Insert the barrel connector from the power supply into the DC connector on the rear of the T612 system. After this connection is made, insert the power supply into a wall outlet. If the power supply is plugged into a surge protector, make sure the surge protector is switched on. Plug another device into the same wall outlet to confirm the outlet is working. Turn on the T612 by pushing the power button located on the top of the unit. A LED will light when the power is on. Press and hold the + button on the top of the T612 to increase the volume. Check the volume level on alternate audio source device and set at mid-level.
No sound is coming from speakers.
The volume is set too low.
The iPhone or iPod is not correctly seated into the docking station. If using an alternate audio source, the audio source is not properly connected to the T612 or there is a problem with the alternate audio source. There is a crackling sound coming from speakers. The iPhone or iPod is not correctly seated into the docking station. If using an alternate audio source, the audio source is not properly connected to the T612 or there is a problem with the alternate audio source. The operating systems volume level is set too high.
Turn off the iPhone or iPod, remove it from the docking station, reseat it, and turn it on again. Try using another sound source, such as another CD or MP3 player. See the Connecting to alternate audio source section for details.
There is a crackling sound coming from speakers (when connected to PC or laptop). The sound is distorted.
Check the operating system volume level and decrease it if necessary.
The T612s volume level is set too high. The EQ function on the iPhone, iPod or alternate audio source is not disabled.
Press and hold the button on the top of the T612 to decrease the volume. Disable the EQ function on the iPhone, iPod or alternate audio source. See the device users guide for details. 1. Disconnect the power supply from the wall outlet. 2. econnect the power supply. R
The T612 exhibits erratic or unexpected behavior. Controls do not function.
Static electricity, momentary interruption of power, or abnormal operating conditions may be responsible.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareillage digital de Classe B est conforme au ICES-003 canadien. Made for iPod means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Works with iPhone means that an electronic accessory has been designed to connect specifically to iPhone and has been certified by the developer to meet Apple performance standards. Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its compliance with safety and regulatory standards. 2007 Plantronics, Inc. All rights reserved. ALTEC, ALTEC LANSING, the Altec Lansing logo, the swirl design, and XdB are trademarks or registered trademarks of Altec Lansing, a division of Plantronics, Inc. Plantronics, the logo design and Sound Innovation are trademarks or registered trademarks of Plantronics, Inc. iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. All other trademarks appearing herein are the property of their respective owners. Designed by Altec Lansing in the USA. Made in China. CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS: 535 Rte. 6 & 209, Milford, PA 18337-0277 800-ALTEC-88 570-296-4434 Fax 570-296-6887 EUROPE: 13 Rue Beaumont, L-1219 Luxembourg, Luxembourg ASIA/PACIFIC: 25 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong Engineered in USA. Made in China
17 November 2008
By: Alex Vochin, Technology Editor
Altec Lansing T612 iPhone/iPod Speaker System Review
The "Works with iPhone" label really has some merit
Apple's iPhone is most likely one of the trendiest and most popular portable devices available on the market nowadays, so it should come as no surprise that there's a huge number of various accessories available for it on the market, ranging from all sorts of pouches and headphones to some pretty serious gear, like docking stations. One such docking station is the Altec Lansing T612, which offers quite an interesting set of features, while managing to keep the retail price at a low level. The T612 arrived on the market in the first half of 2008, and really managed to prove its worth in time. Plus, despite general concerns, it also worked quite well with Apple's latest iPhone iteration, the 3G-enabled model, which helped it gain even more praises in the world of iPhone and iPod touch users. Furthermore, it provided certain features no other similar system offered at the time of its launch, primarily related to its more or less "intimate" connection to the smartphone from Apple. Unfortunately, the T612 represented a bit of a disappointment for the iPod classic owners, but we'll tell you more on the subject in due time. For now, we'll start by talking about the various design features of the docking station as well as its overall look. Design and aesthetics Overall design features The first thing worth mentioning about the T612 is related to the quality of the materials it's built from. Thus, even if we're talking just about plastic and metal, the finishing is a very sleek one, giving it quite an elegant look. This feeling of elegance and style is further enhanced by the fact that the device from Altec Lansing is very slender, which means it occupies a fairly small amount of space around any office or home.
The Altec Lansing T612
The combo between the black front grille and rear side and the silver of the top makes it quite interesting and modern looking and complements to a very high extent the design and look of the iPhone and iPod touch.
Practically, when docked, any of the two portable devices mentioned above looks like somewhat of a natural extension to the speaker system, something relatively few products can actually achieve. Button and slot placement Pretty much all of the most important control options are located on the top side, so that you will be able to access them quite easily. The T612 sports only five buttons, controlling the Power, Volume (+ and -), Bass and Treble.
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It's also interesting to mention the blue LED activity indicators, which point out exactly what function is being controlled at the moment (Bass, Treble or Volume adjustment), plus the additional LEDs installed behind the see-through front grille, which will also activate when adjusting one of the values mentioned earlier. Connectivity options One of the most serious issues of Altec Lansing's T612 is related to the area of connectivity. Thus, the device features a very limited number of interfaces, namely just an iPhone / iPod touch connector (placed in front of the speakers), plus the power input and an aux audio interface (3.5-mm audio jack), which can be found on the rear side. There's no video output installed, so you can forget about playing the video stored in the memory of the iPod on a widescreen HDTV, for example.
Leaving aside the issue of the video output, what's really disappointing here is the fact that the docking system only works with the iPod touch and the iPhone. Yes, you can connect any iPod flavor (and for that matter, pretty much any other type of MP3 or MP4 player) to the T612 via the available aux interface, but it's simply not the same as docking them directly. Oh, and the audio cable supplied in the box is pretty short, so you might actually have some problems connecting a portable player to the audio system AND controlling the respective player at the same time. Remote control As expected, the Altec Lansing T612 is accompanied by a very thin, black and slick IR remote control, which replicates the controls found on the main body, but also adds some extra functionality by allowing users to stop/play a song, fast forward it, skip it or "rewind" it.
Design and color-wise, the remote control fits the general assembly very well, while its range (of around 10 meters) is sufficient for most homes and offices. Audio performance - the numbers Within this particular section of our review, we'll present exactly what you can expect, at least in theory, from Altec Lansing's T612 audio system. However, if you want to find out exactly how the speakers behave in real-life and what you can actually expect from them, check out the next section of this article. Altec Lansing T612 - tech specs Sound Pressure Level (SPL): 100 dB ; Total Continuous Power: 60 Watts RMS ; System Response: 60 Hz - 20 kHz (-10 dB); Signal to Noise Ratio at 1 kHz input: > 70 dB ; Speakers
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The device features two 3-inch full-range drivers in the mid-size area, accompanied by two silkdome 1-inch tweeters. Real-life performance You've seen what you can expect from this thing as far as the "numbers" are concerned, but now it's time to take a look at what the Altec Lansing T612 can do for you in "real" life. Set-up process The set-up process is actually a very simple and fast one. Once you've unpacked the T612, the first thing you'll have to do is choose the right power adapter, because the company's providing in package no less than 4 of them, suited for just about any type of socket there is in the world (major thumbs up for Altec Lansing here).
After choosing your particular type of adapter, connect the cable to the power brick, and then to the special connector on the rear side. It's also important to mention here that the overall length of the power cable is a generous 2.8 meters, which grants you more choices regarding the particular position the T612 will occupy in a certain room. After you've plugged-in the power adapter to the mains, just press the power button and you're done. All you have to do now is connect either your iPhone or your other portable player (via the aux input) to the device and start listening to your favorite music. Controlling the T612 Controlling the T612 is quite an easy task. You can do this either directly (via the buttons on the upper side) or by using the remote control. I'd say that the latter is better, simply because it provides more control options, and you can also adjust the desired settings without having to change position in the process. Music quality This is probably the part of this review all of you have been waiting for right from the start, so let's see how the docking station from Altec Lansing "rocks" on your music. First of all, the manufacturers do point out the fact that the device features XdB bass-enhancement technology, which creates deep bass without a subwoofer. Indeed, the bass is full, but, unfortunately, it tends to get quite a bit distorted when pushed to the maximum volume. The same thing happens to the mid-range when audio is pushed to the max. Fortunately, though, at low or mid-range audio volume, the T612 will behave extremely well, producing crystal-clear, deep sound, with absolutely no distortions whatsoever. In other words, the device from Altec Lansing is great for a small room, but don't try to throw a party using it as the sole music system, because you might really be disappointed. "Works with iPhone" features We've mentioned right from the start that the T612 was designed with the iPhone in mind, so it's actually no wonder that some of its features are specifically tailored to fit Apple's
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smartphone. First of all, as you might expect, the docking station charges the battery of the iPhone when docked. Another major plus is the fact that you won't have to switch your device to "Flight Mode" when listening to music, so you can also receive calls. Actually, the manner in which the T612 behaves when a phone call is received is quite interesting. The device automatically fades out the music that's currently being played, which is replaced by the specific ringtone assigned to the caller. You can then answer the phone, but you can only do so by picking up the handheld.
After the conversation is over, the music will start playing from where it left off, but through the iPhone's speaker. Of course, when you place it in the dock, the sound will once again be transferred to the speakers. What's really important to note here is the fact that the speakers and audio system have been quite thoroughly shielded against GSM interference. Thus, you won't hear those "buzz"-es and interruptions commonly associated to a call on a mobile phone that's been placed in the close vicinity of an audio system. Conclusions OK, we've gone through the best AND the worst the Altec Lansing T612 has to offer, now it's about time to sum things up and draw some conclusions. The good The design of the Altec Lansing T612 is certainly a major plus, as well as the very good "insulation" against the usual interferences caused by mobile phones. The speakers generate good quality, clear and deep sound as long as you don't push the volume too high. Moreover, the fact that you won't have to switch your iPhone to "Flight Mode" is another very interesting feature. The remote control of the docking station also brings about a very pleasant surprise, and the same goes for the wide range of power adapters included in the package, which will help this thing work in just about any country around the world. The bad Probably the worst thing about the T612 is its lack of extensive connectivity options. Another important minus is represented by the fact that the speakers won't behave too well at a high volume. Also, I would have really liked to see in the T612 a microphone, which would have turned it into a speakerphone for the iPhone. Who knows, perhaps in a future model, the company will implement such a feature. Overall impressions If you go beyond the sound problems Altec Lansing's T612 exhibits at full volume and the lack of additional interfaces, you'll be left with the image of a very decent docking station, which delivers good quality audio for "ambiance" music. Plus, its elegant and attractive look will help it blend in just about anywhere, whether at home or at the office. However, it's pretty clear that people who don't own an iPhone or iPod touch don't really have any good reasons to purchase this speaker system, because only when paired with
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the two devices mentioned above will the Altec Lansing T612 really prove what it's actually capable of. Otherwise, it won't really be that different from most of the other similar devices to be found on the market. Sales package - T612 docking station; - Wireless remote control with battery; - 3.5-mm stereo cable; - Power adapter with 4 power cables.
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