The new Omnia wireless speaker system from the high-class Italian manufacturer Sonus faber is said to incorporate Sonus faber's values and history. The Omnia uses "Crescendo" technology, in which bipole phase and dipole phase speakers are said to create a "3D listening experience". All of this is housed in an enclosure measuring 68 cm in width.
Two 0.75-inch neodymium-driven silk domes and two 3-inch cellulose midrange drivers are supposed to optimally deliver the high and middle frequencies. On the outer sides of the system, two 1.75-inch full-range drivers with inverted cellulose domes – also driven by neodymium magnets – complement them. A downward-firing 6.5" long-throw woofer with aluminum cone is responsible for the low frequencies.
The Omnia can be fed via Bluetooth aptX HD, Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, Tidal Connect, Roon Ready and Chromecast Built-in. A switchable MiniDin phono/line input (adapter included) is available for analog sources. Audio from a TV can also be given to it via the HDMI ARC input.
The MSRP of the Omnia, which is available immediately* in walnut and graphite, is at around 1,800 euros*.
*Availability and price for Germany.