Adam Audio Introduces the T Series Range of Studio Monitors

Adam Audio introduced the T Series, their new accessibly-priced range of nearfield studio monitors for audio recording and production professionals.

Adam Audio said the German-engineered T Series monitors share many of the design innovations created for Adam’s S Series flagship monitor range, resulting in accuracy, precise dispersion characteristics and high dynamic range.

The T Series features the company’s U-ART Accelerated Ribbon Tweeter along with a newly designed polypropylene symetrical-excursion woofer that extends bass to lower frequencies with less distortion than historically possible in this price category.

The T Series of two-way nearfield monitors bring significant technical achievements to a new lower price point with two models, the 5-inch woofer T5V and the 7-inch woofer T7V.

Multiple technical innovations designed for ADAM’s flagship S Series and iconic AX Series have been included in this lower priced monitor range, including the High Frequency Propagation System (HPS) yielding extremely consistent horizontal and vertical dispersion across the frequency spectrum, DSP innovations for the crossover system, and Class D amplifier systems.

The availability of the T-Series is scheduled for spring, 2018.

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