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Adam Audio A7V Nearfield Monitor 2-way 7" Woofer

Adam Audio A7V Nearfield Monitor 2-way 7" Woofer

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The Adam Audio A7V is a two-way Nearfield Speaker Monitor that features a 7-inch woofer designed and made using Multi-Layer Mineral (MLM) fibres (same as what you would find on other A Series speakers) and Adam Audio’s classic X-ART tweeter.

The speaker unit is compact yet powerful and produces clear and concise sound. The onboard DSP-based tuning options and rotatable HPS waveguide technology allows you to tweak the sound to suit your environment. The A7V speaker is ideal for studio spaces and the 41 Hz to 50 kHz frequency range is perfect for a series of audio applications.

Rotatable HPS Waveguide & X-ART Tweeter

Adam Audio uses HPS (High-Frequency Propagation System) waveguide technology that means the tweeters can disperse sound with controlled consistency. The rotatable feature has been added to the A Series, where tweeters can be shifted in 90-degree steps. As a result, it means that whichever way the speaker is placed (horizontally or vertically), the HPS waveguide technology will be in full operation.

The Adam Audio X-ART tweeter is at the centre of the HPS waveguide, which is constructed using a new glass fibre polymer compound to produce clean sound and be free of unwanted resonance.

Multi-Layer Mineral (MLM) Woofer

A lightweight, highly stable material has been used to construct the A7V woofers, which contain a unique blend of mineral stone fibres. The drivers used are specific to that model, including the mineral composition, layering and geometry. Combine this technology with the new magnet system, and you have woofers that produce high output with low distortion, thus delivering a clean low-end.

Hybrid Amplifiers

The A7V woofers are driven by Class D amplifiers that aid in producing quality sound whilst reducing distortion. The tweeters and midrange drivers are powered by Class AB amplifiers that offer a natural and smooth reproduction of high frequencies. It is worth pointing out that Adam Audio carried out extensive testing to find the perfect components.

DSP-Based Electronics

The A Series of speakers maximises the use of transformative power of DSP-based electronics, which allows for more precise tuning and better predictability compared to analogue-only speakers. In addition, there is the option for the firmware to be updated via an Ethernet Connection where the latest developments in technology will be available, including filter types, features and voicings.

Room Adaptation and Voicings

Four bands of room adaptation equalisation (Desk, Bass, Presence and Treble) can be found on the back panel of the speakers. Furthermore, each band is adjustable and offers over 100 tuning options to allow for the placement of a speaker and environmental factor adjustments.

Voicings is a pre-defined sound profile that can be located on the rear panel of the speakers. There are ‘UNR’, ‘Pure’ and ‘Ext’ selections available. ‘UNR’ stands for ‘Uniform Natural Response™’, producing dynamic natural-sounding response curve of Adam Audio’s design (ideal for production, composition, songwriting, and generally listening to great music). Pure is a very accurate neutral-sounding option, also referred to as the ‘flat’ setting (ideal for mixing and mastering) and ‘Ext’ is dedicated to the extended functionality that comes with A Control when connected via Ethernet.

A Control (Real-Time Remote Control)

A Control is a free downloadable software that allows the DSP-based functionality to be remotely controlled in real-time over Ethernet. It can control multiple speakers at once and adjust equalisation, delay settings, monitor levels and other useful settings.

Room Correction and Sonarworks Integration

The A Series of speakers have been designed to adapt to changing preferences, requirements and environments. An embedded platform from industry-leading company Sonarworks houses advanced filters used to aid the acoustics within a room and calibrate the speakers.

Bass Reflex System, Cabinets and Mounting

The speakers offer great flexibility in that they feature deeper bevelling to reduce diffraction, thicker baffle walls to strengthen the cabinets and reduce internal vibrations and a flared-port design that optimises airflow and reduces port noise. Additionally, all A Series speakers include an underside mounting interface which provides extra flexibility when it comes to positioning.

  • 7-inch long-throw woofer design
  • 1.3” voice coil
  • Rotatable HPS Waveguide & X-ART Tweeter
  • Multi-Layer Mineral (MLM) Woofer
  • Hybrid Amplifiers
  • DSP-Based Electronics
  • Room Adaptation and Voicings
  • A Control (Real-Time Remote Control)
  • Room Correction and Sonarworks Integration
  • Bass Reflex System, Cabinets and Mounting
  • Tweeter: Rotatable X- ART Tweeter + HPS Waveguide
  • Woofer: 1x 7" MLM woofer
  • Woofer Voice Coil Ø: 33 mm / 1.3”
  • Frequency response @ -6dB: 41 Hz - 42 kHz
  • Max. peak SPL per speaker at 1 m: 105 dB SPL
  • AD convertor: 24-bit
  • Internal sample rate: 96 kHz
  • Amplifier power RMS: 110 W (Woofer) + 20 W (Tweeter)
  • Crossover frequency: 2.8 kHz
  • Power rating: 300 W max
  • Analog Inputs (balanced): 1x XLR
  • Analog Inputs (unbalanced): 1x RCA
  • Net Weight: 8.7 kg / 19 lb 3 oz
  • Gross Weight: 10.7 kg / 23 lb 9 oz
  • Cabinet Height x Width x Depth: 337 mm x 200 mm x 280 mm [13 1/4" x 7 7/8" x 11"]
  • Box Dimensions: 470 mm x 330 mm x 415 mm [18 1/2“ x 13“ x 16 3/8“]
  • AC Input Voltage: 100 - 240V, 50/60 Hz