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Sonus faber Announces Omnia Wireless Speaker System: Forza Italia!

The Sonus faber Omnia Wireless loudspeaker is finally here offering classic Italian design and 21st century wireless streaming options.

Sonus faber Omnia Walnut Top Angle

We’ve been reviewing the brand new Sonus faber Omnia for the past 2 months and you can read what we thought about it here.

It’s an exceptionally well-made wireless speaker in a category that could use some more sex appeal. The Naim Mu-so has been twiddling its thumbs and drinking tea alone for far too long.

Sonus faber is very proud of its Italian heritage and the team led by Livio Cucuzza has put its heart and soul into this product.

Exclusive: Sonus faber Omnia Review or continue reading our overview below.

Sonus faber Omnia Lifestyle Walnut Left

What The Omnia Offers

The Omnia is a Stereo 4-way; DSP-optimized closed box system equipped with two new trademarked technologies from Sonus faber.

SENSO™: This is a touch-sensitive interface that allows users to control the Omnia and easily connect to any digital or analog source, including a TV, turntable, or mobile device. The illuminated lines on the top SENSO™ panel further indicate the speakers’ mode, input, and volume. 

The intuitive interface allows users to enjoy music via streaming, Bluetooth, Apple AirPlay 2, Chromecast built-in, and also includes a MM phono stage through a unique dongle that plugs into the rear panel of the speaker.

An HDMI ARC input is also included to enhance television sound with one direct connection. 

CRESCENDO™: This is an advanced signal processing system that provides enhanced dimensionality and immersion. Three-dimensional sound immerses listeners in a unique, natural acoustic experience. The result is a crisp wavefront and wide soundstage that has the character of a live performance, as is the tradition of Sonus faber audio products. 

Sonus faber Omnia Graphite in Corner
Sonus faber Omnia, Graphite version

More Features and Specifications

Omnia’s 490-watt closed box system incorporates 7 speaker drivers:

  • (2) 0.75-in silk dome tweeters with Neodymium slug structure magnet motor system.
  • (2) 3-inch paper pulp cone midrange.
  • (1) 6.5-inch long-throw woofer with aluminum cone down-firing.
  • (2) 1.75-inch full-range driver with a non-pressed cellulose pulp inverted dome activated with CRESCENDO™.

In addition to the power output and speakers, here are the rest of the features and specifications of the Omnia, provided by Sonus faber.

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Sonus faber Omnia Front Walnut

Maximum Sound Output Level:  108dB SPL at 1 meter

Frequency Response: 30Hz to 25kHz (@-6dB, ± 2dB from 20Hz to 20kHz)

Physical Audio Inputs:

Sonus faber Omnia rear ports

Network connectivity

  • Ethernet: (10/100 Mbps)
  • Wi-Fi: dual band 2×2 802.11 b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz and 5.2GHz)

Streaming Options:  

Sonus faber Omnia Walnut and Graphite

Colors/Finish: Walnut, Graphite

Dimensions (HxWxD): 130mm x 650mm x 280mm / 5.12’’ x 25.6’’ x 11’’

Weight: 16 lbs 12 oz (7.6 Kg)

Availability and Pricing

The Omnia is available for pre-order now for $1,999 at Crutchfield in walnut with an expected ship date in March 2022. The graphite version is expected by summer 2022. Also, check for Authorized Sonus faber Dealers near you.

For more information, read our full review of the Sonus faber Omnia.

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