Synergy AV distributing new Sonus faber speaker

Synergy AV has announced the new Sonus faber Minima Amator II speaker, a device designed to pay homage to its past incarnation which was first introduced by Sonus faber in 1992.

Initially intended as a bookshelf speaker, the Minima Amator II can also be paired with either the Carrara or the Unicum stands.

The compact, solid walnut wood of the cabinet adds to the speaker’s sound quality, resulting in a smooth and consistent listening experience. It is embellished by a thin brass insert at the bass. The front baffle is covered in leather while the rear panel houses the exit of the reflex duct, embellished by brass binding posts.

It features a 28mm silk dome tweeter, implemented with Damped Apex Dome technology. It also includes a six-inch midwoofer, and uses the ‘Paracross topology’ crossover design for dynamic range and high definition detail.

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