The OMA Imperia Home Sound System Features an Unexpected Design Aesthetic

By: Michael Hemsworth - Feb 3, 2016
References: oswaldsmillaudio & geeky-gadgets
Looking like a series of megaphones that have been mounted onto a secure structure, the OMA Imperia home sound system is a modern merging of style and technology. Priced to purchase at $280,000, the OMA Imperia is available now for orders to be placed.

Choices of wood used to create the OMA Imperia include Pennsylvania black walnut, ash or cherry, which would compromise the conical horn system that blasts music in all directions.

Explaining further about the OMA Imperia home sound system capabilities, the brand details: "The Imperia is a four way horn system, with a vertical array of conical horns covering 100hz to 20khz, and two rear loaded subwoofer horns using a massive 21″ neodymium woofer handling 20hz-100hz. This special OMA sub is 104db 1w/1m and is powered by its own solid state amplifier. The system as a whole is extremely efficient at 105db 1w/1m, and is entirely time aligned."