Maxima Amator unveiled by Sonus faber

Italian loudspeaker manufacturer, Sonus faber has introduced the Maxima Amator floorstanding loudspeaker which demonstrates a new two-way design while introducing contemporary speaker technology.

Joining the Minima Amator II and Electa Amator II stand-mounts in the Heritage collection, the Maxima Amator is housed in a solid walnut cabinet designed using modern woodworking methods, exploiting the performance benefits of a solid-wood chassis. The front baffle and rear panel feature a real leather wrap to further enhance the speaker’s appearance. 

STILL MAXIMA_SONUS FABER_13166The Italian manufacturer went to great lengths to accurately define the Maxima Amator’s internal cabinet volume, which has been divided into three separate chambers to increase rigidity, minimise resonance and shield the crossover, which is further protected by a dedicated chamber visible from the back of the cabinet. 

This latest addition to the Heritage collection uses the same divers as the Electa Amator II – a 28mm D.A.D (Damped Apex Dome) tweeter with Neodymium magnetic motor system and a solid spruce wood acoustic labyrinth rear chamber. It also has a 180mm mid-range unit with an air-dried membrane made of cellulose pulp and natural fibres, mounted on a Sonus faber original design die-cast aluminium basket. 


A new IFF Crossover (Interactive Fusion Filtering) technology has been designed for the Maxima Amator. It forgoes a conventional first order design, with non-academic transfer functions based on the company’s accelerated progressive slopes. 

The Maxima Amator is available globally now priced at £14,500.