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Sonus Faber Lumina III Floorstanding Speaker

Sonus Faber



Sonus Faber Lumina III Floorstanding Speaker

The Lumina collection by Sonus faber presents an exciting change,
new to the typical Sonus faber product design portfolio but still able to embody
the history and values of the brand. “Simplicity” is central to the collection’s identity that aims to reach a wide audience and to deliver a luxury music experience in all Sonus faber homes, which is facilitated through our longstanding tradition of refined materials and careful craftsmanship.

LUXURY, MINIMALIST, NATURAL

The simple and squared design of the Lumina models was chosen to emphasize the quality of materials used. This principal of minimalism directly captures the essence of the product, thoughtfully designed in conjunction with the theory that “less is more”.
The Lumina collection boasts the core values of Sonus faber and the use of its iconic materials, including leather, natural composition of drivers, and real multilayer wood available in Walnut and Wenge wood with Maple inlay matte and Piano Black glossy finishes. All items pay tribute to out historic heritage and are made in Italy.
The collection is offered at an accessible price point without compromising sound performance, empowering everyone to enjoy a true Sonus faber experience.

A complete Home Cinema system to enjoy your time

The Lumina Collection is obviously perfect for stereo listening. If you’re looking to get more out of your system, Lumina is also an ideal protagonist for a multi-channel system.
Providing more emphasis and substance to action scenes, dialogues and soundtracks, Lumina perfectly pairs with the Gravis subwoofer models, which feature matching finishes and materials. Lumina and Gravis combine to create a 5.1 Home Theater system that offers a rich, articulated sound that provides possibilities for growth and modification tailored to your space and listening needs.

For those wishing to optimize their home space even more, Sonus faber’s Palladio collection of custom-installation speakers offer discreet paintable grills, refined with fine finishes to match any listening environment. Designing a comprehensive Sonus faber multi-channel system has never been more accessible with the Lumina, Gravis and Palladio lines offering endless possibilities that result in a natural sound experience through a clean and beautiful design.

FEATURES

The Lumina III is a compact and elegant tower, the perfect choice for any mid-sized room and able to provide a broad frequency response, a gorgeous dynamic impact and a beautiful midrange presentation.

 

Specification

SYSTEM

3-way floorstanding loudspeaker system.
Vented box design

LOUDSPEAKERS

Tw: Ø 29 mm high definition DAD™ driver
Md: Ø 150 mm paper cone driver
W: Ø 2x150 mm paper cone drivers

crossover

Optimized amplitude/phase response for optimal space/time performance “Para-cross topology™”. Crossover frequencies: 350 and 3500 Hz.

FREQUENCY RESPONSE

40 Hz – 24.000 Hz

SENSITIVITY

89 dB SPL (2.83V/1m)

NOMINAL IMPEDANCE

4 ohm

SUGGESTED AMPLIFIER POWER OUTPUT

50W – 250W, undistorted signal

DIMENSIONS (HxWxD)

989 x 228 x 277,7 mm
38.9 x 9 x 10.9 in

WEIGHT

15,9 Kg each
35.1 lb each

 


“This leaves much of the all-important midrange virtually free from mechanical intrusion from the crossover network or other drivers.”

- Read the full review by HiFi+ here.

"The Sonus faber Lumina III is an approachable Italian speaker with a beautiful appearance and a ton of personality.
Definitely worth a listen!
"

- Read the full review by High Theatre High Fidelity here.

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