The Sonoro Maestro receiver and matching speaker Orchestra are now available in several new colors.
The Sonoro Maestro, released early last year, is a convenient all-in-one system. All you have to do is connect speakers to it and listen. To a CD, one of the streaming options, or for example… Bluetooth. Furthermore, an FM tuner is provided and a DAB+ tuner is not missing from the list of options.
The class D power amplifier delivers up to 2 x 170 watts into 4 Ohms. There is also good news for lovers of analog sound: the Sonoro Maestro has an MM phono input. The optical and coaxial S/PDIF inputs are also practical, while the time-honored analog line input (in the form of a minijack connector) is also available.
Matching them are the Sonoro Orchestra speakers. These are a two-way bass reflex system designed specifically for the Maestro. The frequency range of the speakers runs from 44 to 28 kHz. The Maestro is now available in the complementary color matte black.
The Orchestra is now also available in this color so that you can always put together a beautifully matching set. The Sonoro Maestro changes hands for €1299, a set of Orchestra’s will cost you €999.