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Wrensilva’s Loft music centre includes Sonos

The Loft is equipped with a 300W Wrensilva solid state Class D IcePower amplifier via Bang & Olufsen, belt-driven turntable, SONOS functionality, a 3.5mm audio jack and a set of RCA inputs


The turntable arrives with a dual layer wood and acrylic split-plinth construction, an OA2 gimbal tonearm, Hurst 24v AC synchronous motor, 18mm acrylic platter and an Ortofon 2M Red MM cartridge.


Available for purchase as a standalone unit, the Loft can be hooked up to speakers of your choice or can be purchased as a complete package with matching 2-way Wrensilva Monitor speakers and included welded steel speaker stands. The speakers are supplied with a 165mm Nomex cone plus 25mm tweeter.


You can pair your Wrensilva console with any existing Sonos speakers throughout your home. It also supplies WiFi mesh streaming. Access to all your online music services, internet radio stations and so on is accessible via an included app.


The main chassis unit is constructed of solid North American Walnut hardwood with gloss white acrylic details plus levelling feet, solid aluminium knobs and engraved faceplates, a steel shelf with removable, round edged dividers for storage of up to 120 vinyl records, capture tray for a record brush, mobile device or similar. The unit spans 711 x  838 x 457mm. Price is $2,999. Add speakers with their stands and pay $4,498.


To learn more, click wrensilva.com

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  • Reply
    8th September 2017 at 2:00 am

    But does it actually sound good, or are you just helping them out with some marketing, because this reads more like a press release.

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      10th September 2017 at 5:33 pm

      It’s a news item, Nate – not a review. I cannot comment on sound quality until I have properly reviewed it, I’m afraid.

      • Reply
        30th March 2020 at 1:20 am

        So did you ever have a chance to listen to a unit in person? If so, what are you thoughts?

        • Reply
          Paul Rigby
          30th March 2020 at 9:49 am

          I’m afraid not, David. Looks intriguing though, doesn’t it? If I ever do come across one, I’ll be sure to test it.

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