Sonus Faber Aida speakers are a fine example of Italian craftsmanship. It is a perfect combination of technical and aesthetic craftsmanship and can mesmerize the audiences and audiophiles alike. Not only Italian leather craft but their cars, suits and watches have admirers around the world and now these acoustic speakers have something special that cannot be described in words. The Aida future speakers have multi layered cross-grained okume plywood cabinet and have been created as a tribute to the Cremonese school of violin makers. These speakers also have large orchestral formations of sound.
The lute shape of the speaker attracts you immediately. The shape is not only attractive but is known to assist the perfect amount of dampening of sound. It also helps reduce the levels of sound vibration. The speaker that has a floor standing design is made from hand selected wood and is finished with seven layered lacquer. The finish is very smooth and is resistant to corrosion. More than an audio equipment, the speaker looks like a piece for home décor and will match any formally decorated room, particularly those that have vintage style of upholstery.
The speakers have 25 Hz – 30 KHz frequency response range. There are other components that make the sound of the speaker superior. It has 29mm ultra-dynamic linearity classic Ragnar Lian coil tweeter, 179mm ultra-dynamic linearity driver for mid-range, 220mm aluminum-magnesium alloy cone woofers with coaxial anti-compressor for zero cavity resonance and distortions. A pair of Sonus Faber Aida will cost you $120,000 making it one of the most expensive speakers but it is difficult to find another beautiful speaker that is so finely engineered.