Our friends at Sonus Faber have informed us that today, February 12, marks the debut of their brand new subwoofer–the Sonus Faber Gravis III! Here’s a snip from the press release:
“The New Gravis III is the latest addition to the Sonus faber Gravis collection of active subwoofers dedicated to the reproduction of low frequency, designed to match all Sonus faber full-range loudspeakers collections. The Gravis III is the intermediate model among previous products in the Gravis collection, completing the Olympica Nova line introduced in September of 2019. The Gravis III will make its global debut at this year’s Integrated Systems Show in Europe next week. The subwoofer will be available for purchase through authorized dealers after launch at $2,750 USD.”
“Aesthetically, the Sonus Faber Gravis III follows the style of its predeceasing products, with the body enriched by a black leather covering and discreet Piano black wooden finish. However, the subwoofer’s top finishes of Wengè and Walnut matte create the connection to the newer Olympica Nova collection.The removable fabric grille with metal pins covers a powerful 10’’ (250 mm)ultra-long throw driver including a Trilaminated sandwich cone diaphragm with a layer of honeycomb in between, managing the driver’s excursion and resistance flexing.The stiffness of the cone merged with its extreme lightness allows the subwoofer to produce the tightest and most accurate bass reproduction possible.”
I would have loved to match the Sonus Faber Gravis III with the stunning Olympica Nova I monitors that I reviewed last year. Hopefully we’ll be able to check out the Gravis in the near future.