Sonus faber Omnia Review

April 4, 2022 § Leave a comment

Vocals were clean, detailed, and nicely fleshed out; Amy Winehouse’s “Valerie” off the BBC sessions CD was impressively well focused in front me and very clean sounding. The late-singer had all of the grit and force that made her such a powerful singer when she was able to keep her life together.

Aphex Twin, The Boards of Canada, and Kraftwerk were engaging, bouncy, and surprisingly spacious sounding considering the size of the drivers and loudspeaker; Tomorrow’s Harvest isn’t the cleanest sounding album of all-time but it certainly gave the Omnia a work-out.

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