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    Sonusfaber Maxima Amator

    Any owners here ? Please share your thought if anyone heard of them





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    Re: Sonusfaber Maxima Amator

    Quote Originally Posted by Paul View Post
    Any owners here ? Please share your thought if anyone heard of
    them.


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    Hello,

    I am an owner, and wrote a three-part series on my ownership experience. These articles go from delivery through setup to my listening experience.

    Part 1: Material Obsession: Sonus Faber's Maxima Amator

    Part 2: Sonus Faber's Maxima Amator: Setting Up

    Part 3: The Sonus Faber Maxima Amator Listening Experience

    I hope you find them useful!

    Thanks,
    Jeff

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    Re: Sonusfaber Maxima Amator

    Would love to hear these against the Serblin Accordo Essence! Two Italian beauties!

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    Re: Sonusfaber Maxima Amator

    Thank you Jeff, looking forward to reading your thoughts.
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    Re: Sonusfaber Maxima Amator

    Just read Jeff‘a articles. Very well written and one can tell how much enjoyment and pride of ownership Jeff receives from these beautiful speakers. Congratulations Jeff!

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    Re: Sonusfaber Maxima Amator

    Audiophiles are generally conditioned to think that bigger is better. Speakers within most any manufacturer’s line get larger and possess more drivers as you go up in price. Amplifiers, same thing: they usually get bigger and more powerful as you go higher in price within a given line.
    +1 ... absolutely agree with this from Jeff's review.




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