New Sonus Veritas Brand to Be Unveiled at RMAF

October 10, 2011

October 10, 2011

New Sonus Veritas Brand to Be Unveiled at RMAF
Source: Press Release

Sonus Veritas designs and manufactures high-end audio equipment using scientific instrument grade low impedance differential hybrid tube circuitry that is either transformer or direct coupled, ultimately achieving music reproduction that rivals the live music experience! Live music recording and extensive listening have convinced us that accurate, musically fulfilling sound reproduction can best be accomplished using this unique topology across our entire line of products.

Our products, which will debut at RMAF 2011, include the outstanding Venice phono preamplifier and its complimentary brethren the Genoa linestage preamplifier and the Modena DAC. Only the highest quality hand-selected components and Lundahl transformers “make the grade” to become a Sonus Veritas product. All products offer both unbalanced and balanced outputs and there are a range of inputs available. The Venice boasts two phono inputs available with either RCA or XLR connectors. Further the Venice, like the Genoa and Modena offers remote control of many functions including gain. The Genoa includes six balanced and unbalanced inputs while the Modena (24bit PCM data path with upsampling to192KHz) sports four inputs (SPDIF, AES/EBU, TOSLINK optical, and USB). An I2S input is optional.

Sonus Veritas designs and manufactures all its equipment in Apex, North Carolina. Our products are 100% U.S. made! Sonus Veritas was founded in 2009 by two audio enthusiasts. Joe Rosovitz (President) has a background in the computer, banking, and professional services industries. His love of music began at an early age and music continues to be a major passion. Kevin Carter, our Vice-President and Chief Engineering Officer is responsible for all critical design work and overseeing development and manufacturing at Sonus. Kevin, who has a PhD in a biological science, is a self-taught electronics designer with 25+ years of experience. In addition to his participation in Sonus Veritas he also distributes Lundahl transformers in the U.S. as K&K Audio and formerly managed operations for VAC (Valve Amplification Company) when they were located in North Carolina. Kevin’s vision of recorded sound reproduction has benefited greatly from ten years of amateur classical music recording.

We invite you to visit us in the Bluebell Room at RMAF 2011 and meet Joe and Kevin and learn, but more importantly, listen to the Sound of Sonus.