Oppo Sonica Wireless Speaker System

  • Wireless High Fidelity Speaker System
  • App Control via smartphones and tablets
  • Multi room, Stereo Pair or Standalone Use
  • AirPlay, Bluetooth, DLNA, and other music sources
  • Hi-Res audio formats (up to 24-bit / 192 kHz)



– App Control via smartphones and tablets
– Multi room, Stereo Pair or Standalone Use
– Apple AirPlay, Bluetooth, DLNA, and other music sources( USB, Network Ethernet, analogue Aux Cable)
– Hi-Res audio formats (up to 24-bit / 192 kHz from formats such as FLAC, WAV, and Apple Lossless)

*RICH and VIBRANT sounding.
*Compact yet powerful (4 amplifiers setup in 2.1 stereo configuration)
*Amazingly strong bass
*Expertly tuned design
*Room Optimization (Built-in presets for diff room sizes, speaker locations and listening preferences)
*Optimal Amplifier – Driver Matching (DSP integrated to achieve best sound balance)
*Custom drivers for performance (Neodymium magnet system with copper shorting caps that are normally found only in high-end speakers.)
*Pleasant and non-fatiguing listening
*Structural strength tough (Molded from tough, glass-filled ABS polymer compounds)
*Curved surface for wider sound field
*Power supply and amplifiers installed on solid metal baseplate for heat dissipation.
*Status indicator and mood light


Bluetooth 4.1
Wi-Fi 802.11.a/b/g/n/ac


1 x 3.5” long displacement bass driver
2 x 3” balanced bass radiators
2 x 2.5” wideband drivers with Neodymium magnets
Sonica uses four amplifiers, bass drivers powered by 2x 15-watt amps in bridged mode, 10-watt amp powers each wideband driver.

Size: L301 x W147 x H135 mm
Weight: 2.4 KG

Wall Mount (Optional)

The new Sonica is designed by the same man behind Oppo’s PM-1 and PM-3 planar headphones, Igor Levitsky, and the $300 short-stack speaker is loaded with virtually all the features you’d expect, with a few notable exceptions.

Sonica does have a premium feel, with smooth cuts of matte plastic along the body and silver accents to match the gleaming logo. The speaker also feels very solid, and its weight (around six pounds) is substantial considering its diminutive stature.

Ports at the back include a 3.5mm analog input and an Ethernet port for hardwiring.

Comprising dual 2.5-inch full-range drivers flanking a single 3.5-inch woofer at the center.
The smaller drivers are each pushed by a 10-watt custom amplifier, while the woofer draws from dual 15-watt amplifiers in a bridged configuration.
On top of that, Oppo throws in two passive bass radiators to help the Sonica produce a burly helping of bass that defies its size

The Sonica supports high-resolution audio in a wide variety of file types (though not DSD), maxing out at 24bit/192kHz.
(Sonos, credited with pioneering multiroom audio, is one of the few brands to max out at CD-quality, 16 bit/44.1kHz resolution.)

Audio files can be sourced from your phone, computer, or storage drive. A very short list of streaming services is also supported, including Jay-Z’s CD-quality streamer Tidal, and Apple Music thanks to Airplay support alongside DLNA.

DSP features allow you to choose from five EQ presets or tune the sound according to your room size.

Sonica dives deep towards the 60Hz line, and even sends vibrations through the floor from a table or countertop.

Product page: http://www.oppodigital.com.my/speakers-sonica



* Great sound compared to similar priced and sized speakers
* Easy setup
* Firmware updates will keep the unit up to date with emerging technology



Price:  RM1299