No; AKOUW regularly takes a genitive (probably partitive with verbs of perception) object, so here LALOUNTWN is here simply complementary to AUTWN.
However, the initial phrase, GENOMENHS DE THS FWNHS TAUTHS, is a splendid genitive absolute! You didn't miss IT, did you? I have to say that one petty annoyance I find with editors of Greek and Latin texts is that they don't set off genitive absolutes by comma, as I really think they should do.
On to the next communique--regarding web sites, I think from the subject header--unless, like some people, including Edward Hobbs, you use the most recent post just as a simple device to start a new post headed toward the right recipient!