Geneva Lab has just updated their Model M sound system that caters for both the iPod and iPhone, which is a combination that most manufacturers offer these days anyway. Listening to customer feedback, this has resulted in Geneva making a bunch of modifications to the Model M, which include removing the device’s integrated CD player while throwing in their own TouchLight controls for iPod and iPhone menu navigation and control. Apart from that, additional features include a quartet of Class D digital amplifiers for 100 Watts of total power, a couple of one-inch tweeters, two full-range four-inch woofers, dual bass ports, an integrated, top-mounted Universal Dock, an LED display, a line-in jack for connecting other audio sources, a digital clock with alarm, a hand-lacquered wooden cabinet, a digital FM tuner with six presets, and a remote control for couch potatoes. Depending on your taste, you can choose from red, black or white colors at $650 a pop.

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