Thanks to their arsenal of sound processing technologies, Audyssey has become the predominant choice for makers of receivers and surround processors who don't want to develop their own room correction software. Audyssey is now using that technology in their first standalone product, the unusually named South of Market ipod
The South of Market gets its name from a San Francisco neighborhood known for art, culture, and music. Tribeca worked for Subaru, so why not? The South of Market supports Bluetooth streaming and speakerphone capabilities, and an available app allows the user to tailor custom EQ curves. The two .75" tweeters and two 4" woofers are each powered by a discrete amplifier. The price is $399.