Audyssey Lower East Side Media Speakers

On the heels of the amazing South of Market speaker dock, Audyssey has released another neighborhood inspired audio product: The Lower East Side Media Speakers. These minimalist designed speakers invoke the artsy feel of the iconic New York City area, much like the South of Market dock was inspired by the San Francisco district of the same name.

The Lower East Side speakers are designed for the digital age – with digital optical inputs – but also have analog inputs for connecting to just about anything you might have as your audio source.

The speakers are small. They have two .75” silk-dome tweeters, two 3.5” woofers and two 4” Passive bass radiators instead of a subwoofer. That saves on a lot of space. Given Audysseys expertise in Smart Speaker Audio technology, the bass on these babies should be rather impressive.

The Lower East Side speakers can be used with your TV, computer or your MP3 player.

At $200, they may seem expensive for their size, but pending a complete review and based on the South of Market speaker dock, we wouldn’t be surprised if they are worth it.

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3 comments… add one
  • none June 27, 2011, 3:54 pm

    They probably have inputs, not outputs

  • Bill Henderson June 27, 2011, 4:23 pm

    Yeah, that was a silly error. I will fix it. Thanks!

  • WhiteGlossy June 29, 2011, 6:15 pm

    Suuuuuper excited about these little badboys! The Audyssey South of Market blew me away. Hope these are right on par with their big brother. See –

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