Extended series Lumina – Hi-Files

The initial series of Sonus faber, called Lumina, was presented last year and started with three models, and the well-known Italian manufacturer has now enriched its offer by adding two new speakers. The range of rack speakers has been expanded with the Lumina II model, which brings increased cabinet volume and a larger mid-bass unit with a diameter of 150 millimeters. The new substandard model is called Lumina V and takes the position of the flagship in the series, and its three-system topology is performed using a 150-millimeter midrange and two bass drivers with a diameter of 165 millimeters. Like other models in the series, the novelties are equipped with a patented DAD (Damped Apex Dome) tweeter with a diameter of 29 millimeters, and take on a minimalist design, with the addition of luxurious details. The cabinets are lined with black leather, while the front panel is made of solid plywood coated with natural veneer in a black, walnut or wenge finish. In terms of features, the Lumina II provides a range of 55 hertz to 24 kilohertz, with an impedance of four ohms and a sensitivity of 86 decibels, while the Lumina V delivers a range of 38 hertz to 24 kilohertz, with a sensitivity of 89 decibels and equal nominal impedance. Lumina II shelf speakers are available at a price of 1,100 euros, while for the upcoming Lumina V it is necessary to set aside 2,600 euros.

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