The Aries Cerat impact!

Very interesting write up by the PuraSound about the Aries Cerat and Stavros Danos... "It's been almost 2 months since the Aries Cerat Symphonia LE arrived in Australia. In the early days whilst I had a partial Aries Cerat system (in the form of Kassandra Reference DAC and Incito Pre) it was more than apparent that Aries Cerat is something truly unique and special. "

Those components alone would elevate any system they were a part of.

Still nothing could prepare me for what a full Aries Cerat system could do.

I feel like I’ve gone back to school. The Symphonia as my teacher. 

After just a short few months I have come to know a new truth. But I have only just scratched the surface. 

Upgrading to the Reference series and beyond is sure to reveal new levels of fidelity, with the rewards seemingly infinite (yes im looking at you Impera LE:). 

The Symphonia is as honest and revealing loudspeaker as I have heard. 

Partnered with even the entry most point in the Aries Cerat electronics lineup, this is a sound that is truly captivating. One could live happily ever after.

Large scale orchestral pieces are portrayed with accuracy & pinpoint separation. The more complex a piece the more the Symphonia seems to enjoy stretching her legs. 

The heroic build quality, absolute attention to detail and innovations such as the zero diffraction design of the Mid and High frequencies are no small detail. 

Stories of “horn colouration” do not apply here. 

Exquisite hand polishing on the 8mm glass sides of the Symphonia bass horn is a work of art in itself. Not to mention the liquid copper and carbon finishes.

This is innovative craftsmanship of the highest order. Timeless.

For Stavros to achieve this level of fidelity, well I’m of the opinion we are witnessing a talent that will be looked back upon in future years, just as we do now with other pioneers of the industry such as Kondo and D’Agostino. 

Aries Cerat is moving the bar forward. 

Thankfully class is in and I’ve taken my seat.