The Sonus faber Lumina V Amator floorstanding speakers carry an MSRP of $3,499 per pair.
The Italian audio company states that its latest products incorporate several performance upgrades, wrapped in its minimalist design approach, and aesthetics that include a choice of three finishes. Sonus faber points out the Lumina series was originally introduced back in 2020 with the bookshelf Lumina I, the floorstanding Lumina III, and the two-way Lumina CI center-channel loudspeaker.
According to the company, it followed the release of the original three products with two more products in 2021: the Lumina II two-way bookshelf speaker and the Lumina V floorstanding loudspeaker. The new models—the Lumina II Amator and Lumina V Amator loudspeakers—step up the performance and appearance of the original products, and are marked by the name “Amator,” which Sonus faber says symbolizes uniqueness.
Sonus faber notes the Italian made bookshelf and floorstanding loudspeakers employ a look that is designed to emphasize the quality of the materials used to build the products that include new wood front panels and glossy finishes highlighted by a 45-degree angle wood veneer. The speakers are offered in a choice of glossy red, glossy wenge, and glossy walnut finishes to help the speakers complement a range of home interiors.
Internally, the new Lumina II Amator bookshelf speaker and Lumina V Amator floorstanding loudspeaker utilize the company’s Damped Apex Dome (D.A.D.) tweeters that are found its Sonus faber’s Sonetto speakers. This 29mm (1.1 inch) tweeter employs a Kurkmueller coated silk dome. The speakers also feature a 4-inch midrange driver that includes a custom-made basket, along with a diaphragm made with a blend of cellulose pulp and natural fibers.