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ADAM Audio F5

Active Monitor from ADAM Audio belonging to the F series.

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ADAM Audio is introducing the F Series professional monitors.

The new F Series consists of the F5 and F7 nearfield monitors and SubF dedicated subwoofer. Both the F5 and F7 employ the company’s ART tweeter similar to ADAM’s X-ART tweeter in a smaller size to fit the new form factor.

 

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F5

Designed for smaller rooms, the compact F5 features the new ART tweeter, which is powered by a 25W (rms) A/B amplifier, and a 5” midwoofer also powered by a 25W (rms) A/B amplifier.


F7

The F7 is equipped with the new ART tweeter, driven by a 40 watt A/B amplifier. Its 7” woofer and a 60W (rms) A/B amplifier are designed to produce a "low and tightly defined bass response."


SubF

The SubF features an 8" woofer with driven by a 150W (rms) PWM (pulse width modulation) power amplifier. Several controls to adjust the subwoofer are located on the rear panel: a volume knob (-∞ to +6 dB), a control for the crossover frequency, and a phase switch. The SubF is suited for both the F5 and the F7 monitors wherever "a deeper and more powerful bass response is required," according to the company.

 

Inputs & Controls

Several controls provided to adjust the F5 and F7 monitors to the environment are located on the rear panel: 2 room EQs for the high (>5kHz) and the low (<300Hz) frequencies as well as a volume knob (-∞ to +6 dB). In addition, there is an 85Hz high pass filter to facilitate the use of a subwoofer. There are both XLR combo (jack) and RCA connectors on the rear panel as well.

 

Availability:

All F Series products are expected in the United States in early 2013.

 

For more information about ADAM Audio USA, head to www.adam-audio.com.

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