The Sonetto V is the best of all worlds, as it does seem to combine what was good about the Venere – a sense of ‘directness’ and purpose of sound... and the lower price, of course – with the increased refinement and top-end openness of the Olympica models.

Alan Sircom, HiFi plus

A 3-way floorstanding speaker able to characterize
even the largest rooms, with a rich and lively sound

  • SYSTEM : 3-way floorstanding loudspeaker system. Vented box design.
  • LOUDSPEAKERS : Tw: High Definition DAD™ driver. DKM dome diaphragm, Ø 29mm
  • Md: Custom diaphragm made with cellulose pulp and other natural fibers, Ø 150mm
  • W: Ultra-free compression basket, aluminum cone for maximum speed. Ø 2x180mm cone drivers.
  • CROSSOVER :  235Hz - 3.000Hz
  • FREQUENCY RESPONSE :  38 Hz – 25.000 Hz
  • SENSITIVITY : 90 dB SPL (2.83 V/1m)
  • NOMINAL IMPEDANCE : 4 ohm
  • SUGGESTED AMPLIFIER POWER OUTPUT : 50W – 300W, without clipping
  • DIMENSIONS (HXWXD) : 1072 x 258 x 409 mm 42 x 10 x 16 in
  • WEIGHT : 22,6 Kg ea – net weight 49,8 Ib ea – net weight

The Sonetto V is at the perfect junction in audio. It draws more than you might think from the Olympica loudspeakers in terms of outright sound quality but does so at a fraction of the cost of a similar Olympica speaker design, and it does all this while carving out its own elegant aesthetic and sonic performance that is extremely entertaining, especially to those who might never fully embrace the ‘live, unamplified music’ ethos of traditional high-end.