Sumiko Announces Entry-Level Venere Series by Sonus Faber

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Sumiko Announces Entry-Level Venere Series by Sonus Faber


Sonus_Faber_Venere_2-5_floorstanding_speaker_small.jpgSumiko and Sonus faber recently announced the availability of an all new loudspeaker range named Venere. The Venere family consists of six models; two floor standing  Models 2.5 and 3.0, two bookshelf - Models 1.5 and 2.0, which can be fitted to optional floor stands. Additionally, supporting these core models are the Center, center channel speaker and Wall, a wall mount speaker with a multi angle bracket. 

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The performance of the drive units is reportedly enhanced through the careful design and development of the front baffle board. Manufactured to be ultra rigid and resonance free, a coherent wave launch is achieved off the calibrated incline of the baffle. All Venere models share the same German designed 1" silk soft dome tweeter which allows for each Verere model to be used together as they were voiced to do so. Both Mid Bass and Low Frequency drivers employ "free compression designed" baskets allegedly allowing the composite polypropylene textile cones great speed, control and ultra dynamic performance.

Venere Model 1.5 2-way bookshelf with optional floor stand $1,198 pair / Available now. $398 pair for optional floor stands

Venere Model 2.0 2-way bookshelf with optional floor stand  $1,698 pair / Available December 2012. $398 pair for optional floor stands.

Venere Model 2.5 2.5-way floor standing  $2,498 pair / Available now.

Venere Model 3.0 3.5-way floor standing  $3,498 pair / Available December 2012.

Venere Wall 2-way wall mount $698 each / Available December 2012.

Venere Center 2-way center channel $798 each / Available now.

Each model is available in a high gloss black or white piano lacquer.

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