6 Moons Audio dedicates a very detailed review to the Sonus faber Venere 3.0 luidspreker.
But the review is not only about the speaker, but also Sonus faber company strategy.
But what about the sound? Surely a new team of younger engineers taking over where the older Serblin had left off—one might be surprised that non-compete restrictions didn’t prevent him from launching his new Italian loudspeaker company quite so soon—had to change the established sonic recipe? And what about outsourcing production to China as is the case for the Venere range which is named not for veneration but the goddess Venus? What if anything did that have to do with the handcrafter’s tradition upon which Sonus faber had been built?
Do you want to get a reply to those questions, read here
Click on the pictures to enlarge them