that little cylindrical metal pimple on the face of the Bose is an HFT
Break out the incredulous powder and apply generously! Synergistic Research debuted their HFT - High Frequency Transducer Technology ($299/5-pack or $75/ea.) and FEQ - Frequency Equalizer Technology ($750) and applied it to the room and a Bose Wave radio. The HRT are tiny baby-fingernail sized metal cylinders that you stick to surfaces with Blu Tack and the FET gets plugged in and just sits wherever you decide to put it. I did try to take some notes during my visit and demo but I write too slowly for Synergistic Research's Ted Denny's thought-to-speak patterns. The only relavant scribble pertaining to these devices that I was able to note (legibly) is that they are "...reactive to all kinds of energy".