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Bookshelf acoustics GALLO ACOUSTICS Micro

 Bookshelf acoustics GALLO ACOUSTICS Micro 

Bookshelf acoustics GALLO ACOUSTICS Micro

Bookshelf speaker, design: spherical, acoustic design: bass reflex, power: 100 watts, frequency range: 120 Hz - 18 kHz, sensitivity: 89 dB, impedance: 8 ohms, driver: 1 x 80 mm full-range polypropylene and compound mixture, material housings: mild steel, dimensions: 102 x 110 mm (4 in. sphere), weight: 0.795 kg, price per 1 pc.

The latest generation of our classic Micro design is an original and small high quality loudspeaker. It features a 4" all-metal spherical cabinet, a 3" custom designed driver and a redesigned terminal area. Includes new Isolation2 mounting accessory.

Bookshelf acoustics GALLO ACOUSTICS Micro

Spherical Design: Since the founding of the company has been the use of spherical enclosures in speaker designs. Our first loudspeaker was originally a solid aluminum disc that was then rolled into a hollow 12-inch ball. The spheres were then placed in an electrolytic bath, which formed a hard shell that actually bonded to the metal. This anodizing process gives our cabinets the mechanical properties of ceramic, one of the most acoustically inert materials on earth. This combination of spherical geometry and anodized aluminum construction made this cabinet virtually free from resonance and diffraction, the two main causes of sound distortion. Similarly, the properties of heat treated steel and powder coated steel give our smaller,


Name GALLO ACOUSTICS Micro Single Blue

Manufacturer GALLO ACOUSTICS (Great Britain)

Series Micro

Device type Bookshelf speaker system

Number of lanes one

Color Blue (Sky Blue)

Finishing material anodized metal

Dimensions, mm 102 x 110

Weight, kg 0.795

Guarantee 12 months

Bookshelf acoustics GALLO ACOUSTICS Micro

Main characteristics

Acoustic design Phase inverter

Maximum power, W 100

Sensitivity, dB 89

Resistance, Ohm eight

Frequency range, Hz - kHz 120 - 18

Number of speakers, pcs one

Number of strips, pcs one

Midrange speaker 1 x 80mm wideband polypropylene/compound blend

Phase inverter Rear

bi-wiring/ampling connection Not

Connectors input

Acoustic 1 pair

Sonus faber Omnia wireless loudspeaker

 Sonus faber Omnia wireless loudspeaker

Music is a link to life, and the enjoyment of music is a matter of making connections (when it comes to recorded music, both literally and figuratively). We music lovers are seeking the proverbial wavelength that lets us meld our minds and hearts with a favorite performer. When it works, it's one of the most pleasurable and satisfying of human links.

Omnia vincit amor

Maybe this is surprising for a diehard audiophile, but I'm enamored of good wireless speakers. High-quality sound in a compact package is nothing to scoff at. This is an area where true innovation and tight, smart engineering redefine the possible, so I keep a keen eye peeled.

In my bedroom, I often listen to a pair of Alexa Studio speakers ($199 each), set up in stereo. I enjoy their spacious audio, although imaging is far less than what's achievable, and timbral accuracy leaves something to be desired. In the TV room, sound comes from an Atmos-equipped Samsung HW-N950 soundbar ($1700) connected to the television via HDMI ARC. It's good for soundtracks and dialog, but not very involving with the musical genres I favor: jazz, pop, and Americana, among others. My kitchen and porch are enlivened by a MartinLogan Crescendo X wireless ($1000, now discontinued) I move from place to place, which puts in a pleasing if workaday performance, falling short in sparkle and midrange crispness.

Sonus faber's Omnia is twice the price and easily twice as good as the MartinLogan, but there are other contenders. Most notably, there's the $1799 Naim Mu-so 2, which Julie Mullins reviewed in 2020. I've listened to both generations of the Mu-so for many hours, and I borrowed the current model during my final two weeks of listening to the Omnia.

How's it looking?

Sonus faber's new all-in-one streaming solution follows the Italian company's SF16 solo speaker, which was launched in 2017, and which I've unfortunately never heard. The SF16 was notable both for its eye-popping $12,000 price tag and for the two motorized arms that extend from the sides, each holding 2" front- and rear-firing midrange drivers and tweeters the size of a nickel. Both the much lower price and the ad campaign make it clear that the new Sonus faber speaker is meant to appeal to a broader demographic than its robotic predecessor did.

About that demographic: Livio Cucuzza, Sonus faber's chief of design, research, and development, told me that he and his crew actually had two target groups in mind. "Existing Sonus faber owners can use Omnia beyond their listening room, so they can enjoy the same timbre as their loudspeakers in a compact and smart package. For new customers, we aim to meet the needs of a younger audience with a passion for design, home decor, luxurious finishes, film and television viewing, and music on vinyl."

You read right: Cucuzza said vinyl. The Omnia is the only wireless speaker I know of that comes with a phono stage. Its use requires a dongle, with stereo RCA inputs and a ground terminal. This lets you connect a turntable with a moving magnet cartridge, preferably with output between 2.4mV and 5mV. (You can also use those same RCAs to connect a line-level source; just flip a switch inside the Omnia's half-hidden cable-connection nook.)

This phono add-on is welcome, but a dongle—an untidy doohickey with a tail—clashes with the all-in-one concept of this sleek-looking speaker, even if you hide it behind the speaker while in use. I suspect that's why, in the aforementioned 24-page brochure, chock-full of product photos, there are no photos of the phono dongle (footnote 2).

Besides the dongle, there's also an Ethernet port and an HDMI ARC input (and, of course, an AC power connection). Notable for its absence is a subwoofer output; Cucuzza says that his product is intended to be "a compact package, ready for every occasion. The Omnia has one 6.5" woofer and is capable of 108dB SPL; we didn't feel a need to add an external sub."

At not quite 26", the Omnia is about the same width as the MartinLogan CLX and Naim's Mu-so 2. I've heard visitors say that its curves remind them of Bowers & Wilkins's estimable Zeppelin, cut down the middle lengthwise. Perhaps because my review specimen was finished in walnut veneer (there's also a dark graphite version), for me it evoked a different kind of vintage transportation: a 1950s Chris-Craft wooden boat, all sleekness and classic style, but here with angled-outward, flattened transoms at both ends. The Omnia's 4.5"-tall remote control mimics the speaker's shape—a nice touch.

User interface

Except for a tiny reset switch on the back, there are no buttons on the Omnia—not conventional ones, anyway. To power it on and off, you press and hold a 2"-long top-mounted light strip, which Sonus faber calls the "center control line." Swipe it to select a different source. When it turns blue, that's Bluetooth—easy enough, but good luck remembering that AirPlay is white, HDMI is orange, Chromecast is yellow, Spotify is green, Roon is purple, phono is pink, and Tidal is turquoise.

PreSonus Eris E3.5-3.5" Near Field Studio Monitors (Pair)

 PreSonus Eris E3.5-3.5" Near Field Studio Monitors (Pair)

PreSonus Eris E3.5-3.5" Near Field Studio Monitors (Pair)


 PreSonus Eris-series studio screens are utilized worldwide by sound designers who need to hear everything about their accounts. Ideal for artists gaming and home video creation, the Eris series utilizes a similar innovation as the bigger Eris models to convey studio-quality sound, with smooth and exact recurrence reaction. However they're reduced to the point of fitting anyplace.

PreSonus Eris E3.5-3.5" Near Field Studio Monitors (Pair)

Availability Technology RCA, Auxiliary

Speaker Type Computer

Brand PreSonus

Model Name Eris e3.5

Suggested Uses For Product For Gaming Consoles, For Music Players


PRESONUS BEST SELLING STUDIO MONITORS-The main genuine studio screen for creating your next hit, gaming, watching motion pictures or any interactive media purposes.

Strong and ACCURATE BASS - 3.5-inch woven composite drivers produce an all the more impressive bass reaction with a more precise generally speaking sound.

CLEAR and BALANCED FREQUENCIES - 1" super low-mass silk-vault tweeters kill cruelty and give adjusted high-recurrence sound.

ACOUSTIC TUNING FOR ANY ROOM - The main screens in their group with acoustic tuning. This empowers you to get unblemished sound quality in any room. Hybrid recurrence: 2.8 kHz.

Simple CONNECTIVITY - Stereo aux input for your cell phone, earphone jack for private tuning in, volume, and power on/off are situated on the front board for your benefit

PreSonus Eris E3.5-3.5" Near Field Studio Monitors (Pair)


Item Dimensions ‎16.26 x 14.22 x 21.08 cm; 2.9 Kilograms

Thing model number ‎E3.5

Colour ‎Black

Speaker Amplification Type ‎Active

Material ‎Kevlar Woofer

Speaker Count ‎2

Sound Wattage ‎25 Watts

Size ‎Eris E3.5

Shading Screen ‎No

Power Source ‎Corded Electric

Voltage ‎220 Volts

Wattage ‎25 Watts

Thing Weight ‎2 kg 900 g

Manufacturer ‎Presonus

Nation of Origin ‎China


  The BP9080x tower speaker is your solution for exceptional, vivid, room-filling sound so you can encounter everything about unadulterated home theater. Forward Focused Bipolar Array grows your room's whole soundstage. Aluminum vault tweeters, superior execution drivers, coordinated fueled subwoofer and Intelligent Bass Control let you hear and feel each note as the craftsman expects. Two-way coordinated Dolby Atmos/DTS:X stature module let you investigate genuine complex sound. Immortal, moderate plan. This is what fixation seems like.

Superior execution Bipolar pinnacle speaker: 16 Hz - 40 kHz
Strong, Forward-Focused Bipolar speaker exhibit for wide and vivid sound scattering

Coordinated 12" controlled subwoofer and double bass radiators

Insightful Bass Control offers upgraded bass while keeping up with generally apparent equilibrium

Dolby Atmos/DTS:X incorporated stature speaker module for multi-faceted sound

Notable and outwardly strong plan highlights machined, airplane level aluminum development

Absolutely dormant, reverberation free bureau structure

(2) 1"aluminum vault tweeters for completely clear highs

(3) 5.25"mid-territory drivers with protected Balanced Double Surround System (BDSS) innovation

(1) 12" woofer and (2) 12" bass radiators

Height Module Driver Complement: (1) 5.25" driver; (1) 1" aluminum vault tweeter

Protected Forward-Focused Bipolar Array (FFBP)

Forward Focused Bipolar Array offers a definitive harmony between room-filling sound and an exact focus picture, while giving you all out arrangement adaptability.

Incorporated 12" Powered Subwoofer and Dual Bass Radiators

The best amplifier is one that duplicates balance between the most noteworthy highs down to ground-shaking lows as precisely as could really be expected. Our incorporated fueled subwoofer coordinated with its individual bass radiator offers further, more effective bass from the pinnacle speaker without the need to add a different subwoofer.

Savvy Bass Control

Smart Bass Control™ is our most recent progression that enables you to regulate profound bass up or down in level while at the same time keeping up with mid-range apparent equilibrium.

Dolby Atmos Certified &DTS:X Compatible

We've coordinated a consistent two-way stature speaker module inside the highest point of the BP9080x so you can hear and feel complex sound (requires a Dolby Atmos/DTS:X-empowered beneficiary and Dolby Atmos/DTS:X-encoded source material).

Aluminum Dome Tweeters

Perfectly clear highs rejuvenate the most requesting sound. Our tweeters play higher in recurrence than what is heard by the human ear, making a genuine proliferation of sound as the craftsman plans in the studio or show corridor.

BDSS - Balanced Double Surround System

Further develops driver journey which brings about the chose driver delivering bass result generally connected with a bigger driver, while holding the better scattering and midrange meaning of a more modest driver.

Acoustically Transparent Grille

Partake in the unobtrusive tastefulness of the speaker plan without eliminating a speaker grille to appreciate normal, uncolored sound.

Absolutely Inert, Resonance-Free Cabinet

Most extreme inflexibility with decisively positioned propping further develops imaging while at the same time lessening reverberation, further building up our perfect and strong sound.

Cast Aluminum Base with Spikes and Floor Glides

The wide impression expands in general dependability of the pinnacle speaker, while the expansion of spikes or floor floats assist with keeping your speakers immovably set up whether on cover or other strong floor surfaces like hardwood or concrete.

Moderate Design, Timeless Appeal

Strong moderate tasteful with accuracy machined parts makes a complex hope to supplement the most recognized home theater. The sharp lines of the BP9000 Series additionally reverberation its exact sonic mark.

Driven Backlit Definitive Technology Logo

To feature the incorporated fueled subwoofer and show that your speaker is getting a sign, we've added a LED logo at its base front board. Turn it on or off at your recreation and furthermore note that it will consequently switch off/backup following 20 minutes of no dynamic sign.


Internal Amplifier

Power 455 watts

Driver Complement

System Array

Front Firing Array (2) 5.25" 

Rear Firing Array (1) 5.25" 

Tweeter/Mid Array

Front Firing Array (1) 1" aluminum dome 

Rear Firing Array (1) 1" aluminum dome 


Diameter 12" (30.48cm) 

Bass Radiator


Diameter 12" (30.48cm) 


Maximum Sensitivity

Super Tower 92 dB

Total Frequency Response

Overall 16Hz-40kHz  

Nominal Impedance

Compatible with 8 ohm


Cabinet Dimensions

Height 50 1/2" (128.27cm) 

Height with Base 51 1/2" (130.81cm) 

Width 7" (17.78cm) 

Width with Base 12" (30.5 cm) 

Depth 16" (40.64cm) 

Depth with Base 16" (40.64cm) 


Shipping Weight

One per Carton 62 lbs

JBL 4305P Bookshelf Speakers

 JBL has announced the 4305P bookshelf speaker at CES 2022 . This is a fully self-contained 300W system with a built-in DAC that processes a 24bit/192kHz signal. The developers report six inputs to which you can connect a wide range of analog and digital equipment (combined XLR / TRS , balanced XLR and 1/4-inch TRS ).

The shelf speakers support Apple AirPlay 2 , Google Chromecast technologies , have a Bluetooth interface for signal transmission over a wireless network. The JBL 4305P is Roon Ready certified and MQA capable .

Inside are a 5.25" composite fiber cone woofer with a molded frame and a 2410H-2 1 " compression driver with a High-Definition Imaging horn . The woofer works in a bass-reflex configuration. The drivers are complemented by a class D amplifier delivering 25 watts per compression driver and 125 watts per woofer.

JBL 4305P Bookshelf Speakers

Zeneo ZX - bookshelf speakers

 The French brand Advance Paris brought Zeneo ZX bookshelf speakers to Russia . It took the engineers and designers of the company about two years to create these active acoustic systems. Russian buyers of new items will cost 1490 euros per pair.

The Zeneo ZX boasts a studio monitor design. Inside, there are 130 mm woofers and tweeters, as well as a 25 mm tweeter. The speakers are capable of outputting 35W + 35W (LF) and 20W + 20W (HF). The woofer is equipped with a treated paper cone, the tweeter is equipped with a silk dome and is cooled with ferromagnetic fluid. Also, users will receive an electronic crossover, 56-bit DSP processor and built-in DAC. The Bluetooth interface works with the aptX HD codec .

If we talk about connectors, these are two analog RCA inputs . One can connect a proprietary Wi-Fi adapter Advance WTX-Microstream . With it, shelf speakers can be included in the multiroom system. The presence of an MM phono stage is reported. There is a subwoofer output.

The speakers weigh 16.8 kg (pair), measure 180 x 305 x 26 mm and operate in the 30 - 22,000 Hz frequency range.

Zeneo ZX - bookshelf speakers

Fischer & Fischer SN70


Fischer & Fischer SN70

Fischer & Fischer SN70

AUD $4,990.00

2-Way Single Wired Stand Mount Loudspeaker


An amplifier bureau plays out various essential capacities. Beside lodging the drive units, the bureau needs to vibrate as little as conceivable in light of the fact that vibration collaborates with the frequencies created by the drivers, frequently draining the amplifier of energy. The vibrations made by cupboards frequently add colourations and mutilations the sound. To this end some very good quality amplifier producers go to extraordinary work to design inside supporting advances or investigation with various materials to diminish the impact of bureau resonances. Building amplifiers with regular record cupboards is an exceptionally legitimate arrangement. Because of its flaky, layered construction, its immaterial re-sounding or re-repeating characteristics and its very high mass, the material flaunts remarkable acoustic properties. In record cupboards, the whole energy of the amplifier is accessible to impel the encompassing air.

The upgrades that this methodology makes to the sound quality is huge. Specifically, the elements and coherency of the sonic picture is improved and the bass reaction is cleaner, more lucid and tuneful. The energy equilibrium of normal record isn't just unrivaled in the bass reach. In the high recurrence range, the super mass reactance of the material guarantees that the layers vibrating because of sound amplitudes are not balanced by reverberating confuses. This element produces a music devotion basically more extravagant in subtleties and more meticulously than expected.

        There are tasteful advantages as well. Utilizing record makes it conceivable to make the cupboards more modest so the amplifiers can squeeze into reasonably measured living spaces and the record has an exquisite, superior grade, ageless stylish which gives it a genuine top of the line speaker presence.

        The Fischer and Fischer SN70 is a rich conservative stand mount amplifier which makes heads spin. The record bureau and progressed driver innovation produce a sound quality past what is viewed as typical for speakers at this level. It is great for more modest rooms, for spaces where a bigger speaker isn't reasonable or for music lovers who are basically scaling down their frameworks yet at the same time need to keep up with undeniable degrees of value.

        When searching for a stand mount speaker at this level, we are frequently given decisions which comprise for the most part of intensely advertised brand names offering modest conventional drive units in MDF boxes, made in minimal expense work areas, introduced in appealing gets done with shiny indexes and exceptional value offers. This speaker is an altogether different recommendation. It is made in Germany from an unadulterated record bureau by master craftmanship strategies, utilizing impeccably paired top notch drivers and is intended to be the best portrayal of this sort of speaker. Class driving pace joined with a lovely, rich apparent quality lifts the SN70 from the really normal overhyped, in any case uninspiring plans.

        During a time of over the top industrialism and item publicity, Fischer and Fischer address pride of proprietorship and life span. And keeping in mind that the SN70 epitomizes this way of thinking, it is roused by the energy and love for music.
        Item Specification
        Recurrence reaction (+/ - 3 dB) 45 – 25,000 Hz
        Impedance 4 ohms
        Sensitivity 86 dB (1 W/1 m)
        Max. Acoustic Pressure 105 dB
        Hybrid network 2nd request impedance adjusted channel
        Plan Principle Bass Reflex
        Bass and Midrange System 145mm Alloy Cone, Specially Coated Long Excursion Cone Driver
        Midrange and high pitch system 28mm Dome Tweeter
        Cabinet 15-20mm low-reverberation thick normal record plates
        SN – Natural surface
        SL – Polished and lacquered in all RAL and accessible vehicle tones
        Aspects (H x W x D) 330 x 190 x 250 mm
        Weight 17.5 kg
        Speaker Stand Black or silver anodised, sand filled aluminum tube, tallness: 69 mm including floor plate, weight 11kg with monstrous record floor plate (234 mm x 300 mm x 40 mm), flexible.
        Warranty 10 years

Olympica Nova| REVIEW

Olympica Nova from Sonus Faber | REVIEW


The Secret Is Out: Olympica Nova 1

Half a month prior that I had a highly confidential pair of speakers in the house from Sonus Faber . I was unable to say they were Sonus Faber, obviously. I was approached to take several photographs of my framework, and I needed to shoot around the secret speakers. I concede there was something a little energizing with regards to that.

As a previous merchant, I know how to stay silent with regards to future item delivers. I've had the delight of testing out numerous new items from my makers, new items that even my sellers didn't know about, and I learned—once in a while the most difficult way possible—that it's ideal to keep your mouth shut until said item is moving off the mechanical production systems. You need to outrage vendors, clients and almost every other person in the business? Two words: creation delays.

I've never needed to stay silent with regards to an item I was surveying, in any case. The web-based media side of me was baffled since I'm accustomed to declaring changes as they are made to the primary framework. I'm attempting to create energy. I'm attempting to get individuals to say, "I can hardly wait to understand what you thought about [insert item here]." But not this time. I marked agreements. I gave Sonus Faber my statement.

However, presently the ugly truth is out in the open—you've without a doubt previously seen the title of this audit. The wonderful 2-way screens I've been getting a charge out of are the Sonus Faber Olympica Nova Is, and this audit was coordinated related to the introduction of the whole Olympica line at the current year's Rocky Mountain Audio Fest. As this survey initially shows up in I will be at the divulging of the whole Olympica Nova line at RMAF. I'll be the person with the knowing grin all over. Definitely, I'm exceptionally acquainted with these. I can address your inquiries, as well. Line starts to one side.

The Facts

The new Olympica series, in view of the first Olympica line from Sonus Faber, highlights various advancements—new drivers and hybrids, new bureau plans and new ways to deal with nook propping and tuning. Eight layers of bended wood make up the dividers of the Olympica Novas, and the upper plate is produced using kick the bucket cast aluminum. The plan is ported utilizing Sonus Faber's new Stealth Ultraflex innovation, acquired from the most costly models, which utilizes a piece of aluminum to control the wind stream.

The cupboards for the new Olympica line are lopsided, which adds to their huge excellence. Sonus Faber says this shape helps with both bass reaction and the accomplishing ideal execution in the room. The writing states that "this is a unique plan idea enlivened essentially, as the lines follow the progression of a round twisting movement, accomplishing a more natural cupboard structure." It's a dazzling shape, outlined by that sparkly aluminum top plate, particularly when you view the Novas from a higher place.

The new Olympica line includes the Nova V ($16,500/pair), the Nova III ($13,500/pair), the Nova II ($10,000/pair) and the passage level Nova I, which I got, which retails for $6500/pair. The devoted represents the Nova I retail for $1200/pair. An on-divider form and a middle channel will be delivered a month later the four primary models.

The Nova I is a little two-way shelf screen that utilizes a similar mash cone found in the Homage Tradition line, and a 28mm silk arch tweeter that highlights Damped Apex Dome (DAD) innovation. The hybrid organization utilizes Paracross innovation to diminish affectability to radio-recurrence obstruction, bringing down the commotion floor. As Sonus Faber announces, the Olympica Nova I is a blend of old practices and new innovation—a methodology that sounds European deeply

Olympica Nova from Sonus Faber | REVIEW

Olympica Nova from Sonus Faber | REVIEW


In my listening room, most 2-way shelf screens wind up situated at generally a similar spot. Certainly, I adjust and gauge and play around, however as a rule new speakers end up right on the Xs on the floor. In this position, in any case, the Olympica Nova Is were somewhat bass bashful right out of the case. Apparently the Novas sounded squarely every way under the sun, yet I needed somewhat more weight down in the hold.

Following 100 hours or so of break-in, the bass improved, yet I realized I could get more. So I pushed them toward the back divider somewhat more than expected, playing a round of give and take between soundstage profundity and bass reaction, and I at long last protected ideal situation with the Novas set with regards to a foot more extensive from one another than expected, and inside two feet from the back divider.


I utilized two enhancer set-ups for the Nova Is—the 220wpc Unison Research Unico 150 mixture coordinated intensifier and the PureAudio Duo 2 power speaker and PureAudio Control preamplifier. The time was equally separated, and both were great matches—the strong (220wpc) Unison gave pleasant control in the bass, and the PureAudio pair gave more detail. The two amps are distinctive enough from one another to assist me with figuring out the Olympica Nova I's sound.

My initial feeling spins around the enormous and especially distinct soundstage the Olympica Novas advertised. We're not simply discussing wide and profound. The Novas did something great—they duplicated the size of my own listening room on the opposite side of the divider. The deception was clear. I could without much of a stretch envision a phase of equivalent size past the speakers where the entertainers stood and played. The divider limits were plainly fixed in space on the two sides of the mirror.

That sounds weird, correct? In any case, that is the thing that I saw as generally fascinating with regards to that strong, the projection of a known limited space that was totally regular. Do we truly expect a solitary note played in the Mojave? Those limits I detected recreated the sensation of being in a room where music is played. It was a particular sound, one that appeared to be completely consistent and normal.

On the Smoking Flowers' new acoustic collection Snowball Out of Hell, the general sound ought to help the audience to remember a live exhibition with no crowd. This collection catches just Scott and Kim Collins on a phase, stripping down the plans on a portion of their latest tunes and covering the vast majority of the leftover melodic parts themselves. You'll see I said stage—I don't have the foggiest idea where they were remaining in the studio, however the soundstage is so clear and three-aspect that I can undoubtedly envision the stage, and every little thing about it. I can nearly see where the beverages are perched on those little club tables.

One more shocking thing about the Sonus Faber Olympica Nova Is: that high pitch. Recollect whenever you first heard truly hello rez advanced? To me I had compared higher goal with more detail, yet rather I hear a plushness to those highs, a delicacy that is enticing rather than scientific. The Nova Is improved that high-recurrence expansion such that made me consider how those solitary sounds weren't segregated out in space but instead a piece of a consistent entire that went right down to the least bass frequencies. I suppose that is called intelligence, yet my brain continued contemplating mixing and twirling and drifting. The high recurrence execution of the Olympica Nova Is was absolutely heartfelt and alive.

Olympica Nova from Sonus Faber | REVIEW

(Olympica!) Conclusions

I've come to the furthest limit of this survey without waxing too melodic with regards to the Sonus Faber's fantastic beauty care products, and there's an explanation. I spent numerous years addressing Italian top of the line sound brands, and I know how to advertise them fittingly. Italian. Hand-made. Old-world craftsmanship. Ferrari. Sistine Chapel. Sophia Loren. Audiophiles in all actuality do need excellence in their homes, and they need to show their companions that they didn't simply purchase speakers, they purchased these. Simply take a gander at them. They're from Italy.

Simultaneously, I feel that Sonus Faber has restrained that elaborate look of the past with something more current and smoothed out and will mix all the more effectively into your home just as your way of life. Beyond a shadow of a doubt, the magnificence of the Olympica Nova I is faltering, particularly when you get straight up on it and sniff around. Yet, from the listening position you probably won't be as fixated on the looks as much as the lovely strong.

I've had a ton of involvement in premium stand-mount two-ways—assuming I have a wheelhouse, that is it—so it's not difficult to lose all sense of direction in the unlimited examinations. The Sonus Faber Olympica Nova I stands separated from the group in my psyche for two reasons. One is that astounding and substantial soundstage, one that truly uncovered and supports the smallest subtleties in the music. The second is that sweet and smooth high pitch, which is regular and easy. They require a smidgen more exertion with regards to situating, particularly with regards to cajoling low frequencies to sprout in a specific space, however as an audiophile you'll know how to get where you're going.

To add a proportion of excellence to your home, Sonus Faber has forever been a savvy decision. With the Olympica Nova I, in any case, you can be the two individuals, a dilettante and an audiophile. You don't need to pick either.

Furthermore don't mull over getting the stands

Olympica Nova from Sonus Faber | REVIEW