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ADAM Ships F Series Monitors

February 20, 2013
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After successful showings at the AES and Winter NAMM Shows, ADAM Audio is shipping its new F Series professional monitors. Equipped with the company’s acclaimed signature tweeter technology, F Series provides exceptional performance at prices that make it available to the widest range of users in the company’s history.
 
The F Series includes the F5 and F7 nearfield monitors and SubF dedicated subwoofer. The F5 and F7 feature the company’s new ART tweeter. Hand-assembled in Berlin like ADAM’s acclaimed X-ART tweeter, it is smaller but provides the same pristine clarity and unique resolution as its predecessor with slightly less efficiency and maximum SPLs.
 
Designed for smaller rooms, the compact F5 is equipped with the ART tweeter powered by a 25W (rms) A/B amplifier, and a 5” midwoofer also powered by a 25W (rms) A/B amplifier.
 
The F7 continues ADAM’s most popular configuration with technology that makes it more affordable than ever. It is equipped with the new ART tweeter, driven by a 40 watt A/B amplifier for unsurpassed transparency and precision. Its 7” woofer and a 60W (rms) A/B amplifier produce a low and tightly defined bass response.
 
The small, powerful SubF subwoofer features a robust 8" woofer driven by a 150W (rms) PWM (pulse width modulation) power amplifier that stays cool while handling maximum power levels.
 
Commenting on the launch, ADAM Audio President Bob Caputo said, “We are very excited about F Series’ ability to provide a true breakthrough in performance for price that allows us to bring the ADAM Audio experience to a whole new group of users. F Series will allow us to greatly expand our distribution and grow our sales while maintaining the high standard of performance we are known for worldwide.”
MSRP for F Series is:
F5: $249.99 each -- $499.98 a pair
F7: $399.99 each -- $799.98 a pair
SubF: $399.99
 
For more information about ADAM Audio USA, please call us at 516.681.0690, or click to www.adam-audio.com

 
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