Sonus Faber ELECTRA AMATOR II Bookshelf Speakers Pair
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We praise the past, seeking the future.
Minima Amator II is a musical instrument handcrafted following
the fundamentals of high-end Italian craftsmanship.
THE SONUS FABER HERITAGE COLLECTION
Some products are not meant to be tied to a singular historical moment and some experiences made our brand so unique and distinctive. Electa Amator III and Minima Amator II were born from this awareness and together they give life to the Sonus faber Heritage collection, in which we collected our intangible values, our tradition and our Italian expertise.
THERE IS ONLY ONE GOAL: THE NATURAL SOUND
The natural evolution of today’s Sonus faber, is enclosed in this new creation. Minima Amator II is the restatement of a fundamental product first introduced in 1992 when the company was establishing key principles that would go on to guide future productions: accurate design and high-quality materials, combined to obtain a sound reproduction as natural as possible.
A combination of a vintage design with a brand-new electroacoustic project
that features the most recent patents and technological solutions by Sonus faber.
The compact, solid walnut wood of the cabinet adds to the speaker’s sound quality, resulting in a harmonious, smooth and consistent listening experience. The cabinet is embellished by a thin brass insert at the base, reminiscent of the elegant Electa Amator III design.
The Minima Amator II was intended to be a bookshelf speaker but is designed to be paired with the Carrara Stand (natural completion of Electa Amator III) or with the Unicum stand.
A 28mm silk dome Tweeter, implemented with the DAD – Damped Apex Dome™ technology, with the same design solution of Electa Amator III: the tripod, that recalls the peculiarity of both their predecessors.
A 150mm midwoofer, developed in the Vicenza-based laboratory, features the well-known cellulose pulp and natural fibers cone on a die-cast aluminum basket, able to reveal even the smallest details during music reproduction.