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New Olympica Loudspeakers from Sonus Faber

Immerse yourself in a few minutes of a perfect sound that come from these speakers. Sonus Faber has launched a new way of fun, a new Olympica Loudspeakers will change your way of listening the music. Sonus Faber pays tribute to the Vicenza Theater in Italy with these sets.

It comes in three models who comes from a work of Andrea Palladio: The Sonus Faber Olympica I, II, III. The Olympica I has 2-way bookshelf, Olympica II has 3-way Floor standing, and the Olympica III has 4-way floor standing. They are recently unveiled at the Munich High End event which was held from May 9 to May 12.

The Sonus Faber's Olympica Speakers

These speakers use a high degree of wood and leather, and fits in enough within them to ensure the theatre like sounds of the Vicenza Teatro Olimpi. The wood is natural walnut, making up the base plates of the speakers. Even the joints have been made with high grade maple wood, but have been given the authentic walnut wooden finish. The top is covered in natural leather, and so is the front baffle and the rear face of the set. On the top, the leather cover has the Sonus Faber Logos in aluminum finish.

The specially designed asymmetry reduces internal resonances and provides space for the flex bass system. Sonus Faber Olympica Loudspeakers boasts 29 mm dome 29XTR2 tweeters with DAD technology and Neodymium magnet, 150 mm mid-range cone crafted from a mixture of cellulose, kenaf and kapok, and 180mm conical woofer with cellulose pulp membrane and Syntactic foam.

Sonus Faber Olympica Loudspeakers pays homage to a monumental theater in Vicenza, Italy

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Milan Jovicic's passion is cars, men fashion and gadgets. As an editor and blogger for Extravaganzi he writes articles about fast and luxury vehicles, yachts and fashion, especially interested in expensive watches. When not working, he enjoys watching F1 and motorcycle racing.

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