18 June 2019


At Ntek , we’re constantly working toward smart solutions to address high performance  and optimize weight and portability of our products, while conserving our planet’s precious resources” said Giancarlo Sassi, Ntek General Manager.

This is the reason why Ntek revolutionized the OMNI Series. First, printing the sound sources with the innovative 3D additive manufacturing. Then, launching the brand-new SMART OMNI  sound source.

The SMART OMNI sound source has been created to match the high performances of OMNI 5”, the innovative 3D printing technology and the reduced size of OMNI 4”. In just one product are included all the best technical features of OMNI Series and the high performances of the 5 inches speakers  in just 9,5 Kg.

Check all the technical data on the following datasheet:


Furthermore, we have also transformed the complete OMNI Series range of products introducing a new concept of “color identification” related to the different characteristics and settings of the sound sources: check the summarized info on the OMNI SERIES in the image below.


The new OMNI Serie printed in 3D represent the real breakthrough. Production with additive technology, in addition to a greater freedom in design, guarantees with its sphericity the achievement of greater isotropy and OMNIdirectionality.

3D Printed with heat-resistant material, ensure excellent performance of the structure even after long periods of activity, without incurring in deformations due to the high temperatures reached during the operation.

Designed according to the needs and requirements, the new OMNI Series in 3D guarantee greater ergonomics: hand transport will be more comfortable thanks to the new structure of the knob, which now ensures a more comfortable and firmer grip.

Moreover, the filament used to print the OMNI Series in 3D are can also contribute to a more sustainable environment in the future. All our OMNI Series in 3D are made with a special PLA thermoplastic.

PLA (or Poly-Lactic Acid in full) is a thermoplastic which is extruded from the starch of plants, such as corn, cassava, sugarcane, cereals, or sugar beet. By being derived from biological resources this type of thermoplastic can be biodegradable under the right conditions (such as an active compost heap, with enough presence of oxygen) and therefore has a much less environmental impact than thermoplastics derived from fossil fuels.

If you want to see an example of the brand new OMNI series, you can take advantage of the Internoise Trade show in Madrid, or you can visit us in San Maurizio Canavese!