“In the home, a Sonus Faber speaker was not meant to disappear aesthetically. It was meant to be more sculpture than furniture, more art than an appliance.” Jules Coleman enhances the Sonus faber speakers “visual" identity made recognizable over time thanks
If you look at the back of your Sonus faber loudspeakers you will see (depending on the model) that there are two pairs of terminals in the binding post, one is red, and one is black. One pair is identified
Robert Archer is the author of this great review of Sonetto collection speakers on page 58 of the latest issue of CE Pro magazine. At first, he confesses, he’s never been a Sonus faber fan, but thanks to this collection,
The new review about Minima Amator II loudspeakers comes directly from Norway by the editorial staff of the online magazine Stereo+.
We carefully choose our bookshelf speakers and we selected each element of our high-end audio system. Even if we invested a lot of efforts and resources, the sound is still not as we would like to be.What if the problem
Alan Sircom talked about our Electa Amator III stand-mount loudspeaker, between inspiration and innovation. He starts from a key point: copying slavishly the past risks damaging both the present and past reputation. Fortunately, he said that Sonus faber didn’t simply
Carlo Lo Raso from Home Theater Hifi reviewed the Sonus faber Olympica Nova I loudspeakers defining them an acoustic alchemy in the truest sense. Their overall aesthetics, the beauty of their sculptural form elevate them to a higher level of
WhatHifi’s staff reviewed our Sonus faber Electa Amator III loudspeakers, proving that they live up to the name! Target achieved: maintaining the brand identity The author starts talking about the history of the company, highlighting that Sonus faber has changed much over