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WITHDRAWN: Sonus Faber Minima Amator Gen 1


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Item Condition: Excellent
Shipping Options: Pickup available and you can audition.
Suburb or Town: Greenwood
State: WA
Payment Method: Cash on Pickup
Reason for selling: NLR

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I have finally decided to move these on as I cannot find a sweet spot in my system for them, and do not have the funds to explore further options at this stage.

Legendary and gorgeous sounding Sonus Faber Minima Amator Gen 1 bookshelf speakers in excellent condition and working perfectly.

These also come with dedicated matching adjustable speaker stands and grills.

Happy to demo of course using CD and vinyl.

I took these into Douglas Hi-Fi who were incredibly generous and kind with their time, and we put them up against the Gen 2 model and they were almost indistinguishable from each other.

Grab a bargain! 🙂

 

Specifications :
Drive Units...........................................140mm(5 1/2 inch mid woofer) PP Cone treated
                ...........................................28mm(1 inch tweeter) silk dome ferrofluid
Anechoic Frequency Response..............55Hz~20kHz +/-3dB
Sensitivity.............................................88dB/1W/1M
Recommend Amplifier Power..................30 - 200w/c
Crossover Frequency.............................2.5kHz, 6dB/octave acoustical
Nominal Impedance...............................4 ohms
Dimensions(w x d x h)...........................20.5 x 28.5 x 34 cm
Weight.................................................8kg per side

 

Thanks for looking.

 

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21 minutes ago, Maynard said:

These must sound glorious with your Accuphase, does it drive them well? 

They sound good but I'm not sure it's the right match if I'm honest. Plenty of power from the E202 but I personally feel they need tube or class A to get them to really sing.

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