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Altec Lansing debuts new USB stereo headset

updated 06:30 pm EST, Fri December 2, 2005

New Altec Lansing headset

today introduced an iPod nano adapter for its line of inMotion portable speaker systems, as well as its newest USB behind-the-neck stereo headset, the AHS302usb. The adapter is designed to give iPods a more stylish and snug fit, and is available for free from Altec Lansing. The headset connects via USB and 3.5mm inputs, harboring a noise-canceling microphone with adjustable mute, low, and high output settings. The AHS302usb is expected to be available early this month, and is priced at $40. The free Nano adapter will be shipped for free through February of next year, and now comes standard with all "Made-for-iPod" inMotion speaker systems from Altec Lansing.




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