Your hifi system
If you love listening to music in whatever form or format then Sonneteer have the right solution for you. If you like the idea of a traditional, high end separates ‘stack system’ or prefer your music systems fully integrated with a lifestyle look and even if you want your hifi to be heard but not seen then there is a Sonneteer solution for you. We find that over time as our customers keep coming back for more the solutions are usually a combination of all three depending on where in their living space they want to listen to music today.
The classic hifi separates amplifier has been the heart of any high end hifi system for a few decades now and the Sonneteer integrated amplifiers have a reputation for being amongst the best. Some of the people among the people who are considered to be ‘in the know’ may go as far as saying that they are the best examples of the black art of audio electronics.
An integrated amplifier, in hifi terms, is the master of all. Everything externally connects to it rather than the other way round. So if you are a CD listener then, typically, your system would be a CD player and a pair of loudspeakers plugged into your amplifier and that’s it. You are ready to wake up your CDs and tap your feet to the music. So a good example would be the Sonneteer Orton amplifier, the Sonneteer Byron CD player and a nice pair of loudspeakers and a rack full of CDs (Compact Discs) with some great tunes.
If vinyl recordings are your tipple then just add a phono stage pre-amplifier(Sonneteer make one of them), a record deck and you are ready to listen to every crackle under the sleeve.
For life a little more compact then a more lifestyle solution might be preferable. In Sonneteer terms this is where the Morpheus or Bard systems come into play. Named after the Greek god of dreams, the Morpheus Music Centre and server products are designed to be sleek, simple and beautiful to both eyes and ears upgrading your living space in every way.
The heart of the hifi system, the amplifier is built into the music centre. In fact, the Morpheus has two separate amplifier modules inside, one for the left loudspeaker and one for the right, to preserve the purity of the audio signal. To keep things simple it plays music off your home network and off the internet as well as all the traditional ways an integrated hifi separates amplifier will do.
Anyone with a large collection of CDs (Compact discs) may turn their heads to the Morpheus music Server. As an audio product this is where silence is the best service we can give you. The Morpheus server, fundamentally does two things only and it does both of them exceptionally well. It has a CD slot on the front. This is where your CDs pop in for a little while (on average 5 minutes a CD) as they are ‘ripped’ onto the internal storage of the server in the highest possible quality. Your music can then be seen by your whole home network and particularly the music centre so you can enjoy your music in the best possible way.
The clever tricks the Morpheus server employs, mechanically, allows it to sit silently and unobtrusively in your living space. This very same mechanical ingenuity allows the CD ripping mechanism to copy your music much more accurately onto the storage space. This potentially giving you even better quality playback of your favourite music than from your high end CD player, which incidentally Sonneteer also make.
The Bard system means high quality hifi without the real estate footprint. With an amplifier so small that it fits in the palm of your hand it can be hidden behind the sofa. Because it uses digital technology, there is no concern about it getting hot. Also because of Sonneteer’s long standing experience and tradition of making digital amplifiers the performance of the Bard Amplifier (also known as the BardThree) is what you would expect from a Sonneteer amplifier regardless of size or shape.