Bolstering its selection of stylish and affordable Lumina loudspeakers, Sonus faber has introduced its Lumina II and Lumina V loudspeakers.
The Lumina II is a bookshelf model and the Lumina V is the line’s flagship floorstanding product. Sonus faber says the product line first launched in September 2020, and its latest models are designed to uphold the design simplicity of the original Lumina models while maintaining the same levels of performance.
Sonus faber explains the Lumina II is slightly bigger than the Lumina I bookshelf speaker, and it incorporates a two-way design highlighted by a 6-inch woofer.
The Lumina V floorstanding speaker utilizes a three-way design that includes a lute-shaped “mid-hi internal chamber.” Sonus faber notes the speaker also incorporates its Hybrid IFF Crossover-Paracross Solution.
According to the Italian audio company, its Lumina products can be used for traditional stereo setups, as well as whole-house AV and home theater.
For home theater applications, Sonus faber explains that integrators can mix-and-match Lumina series products to assemble complete multichannel systems, including immersive audio systems.
In addition, the company adds the Lumina series can be combined with its Gravis I, II and II model subwoofers, and its Palladio series of architectural solutions to deliver complete Sonus faber systems.