The Minima Amator II is one of the best-sounding and musically engaging bookshelf speakers I have ever heard and is destined to become a classic.
The natural evolution of today’s Sonus faber, is enclosed in this new creation. Minima Amator II is the restatement of a fundamental product first introduced in 1992 when the company was establishing key principles that would go on to guide future productions: accurate design and high-quality materials, combined to obtain a sound reproduction as natural as possible.
2-way bookshelf vented loudspeaker system
Tw: H28 XTR2-04 DAD™ Ø 28 mm (1,1 in)
Mw: MW15 XT-04 Ø 150 mm (6 in)
50 Hz – 35.000 Hz
87 dB SPL
35-150W, without clipping
325 x 200 x 274,5 mm
12,8 x 7,8 x 10,8 in
7,1 Kg ea – net weight
15,7 lb – net weight
They are small enough to fit anywhere. Fortunately, they play with confident conviction, so that you do not notice the lack of physics so well. Minima Amator II goes deeper in the bass than you think, and they play divinely beautiful on music where vocals are the most prominent instrument. There are small speakers that can play louder, with more bass dynamics, but few that have such fine qualities on perhaps especially acoustic music. Classical and jazz, for example. There are at least very few speakers in this class, if any, that are so elaborately made. It does not contribute insignificantly to the joy of ownership