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post #1 of 3 Old 10-26-2012, 09:25 AM - Thread Starter
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ADAM Audio announces their new F5 and F7 near-field monitors and SubF dedicated subwoofer.


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DAM Audio is introducing the F Series professional monitors with signature tweeter technology that provides unsurpassed performance at the most accessible prices in the company's history.

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 new ART tweeter that provides performance similar to ADAM's acclaimed X-ART tweeter in a smaller size to fit the new form factor with the same pristine clarity and unique resolution as its predecessor and slightly less efficiency and maximum SPLs.

The 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.

The F7
The F7 continues ADAM's most popular configuration using technology that makes it affordable to the widest range of users. It is equipped with the new ART tweeter, driven by a 40 watt A/B amplifier for the unsurpassed clarity and precision ADAM is known for worldwide. Its 7" woofer and a 60W (rms) A/B amplifier produce an exceptionally low and tightly defined bass response.

The SubF
A small yet powerful subwoofer, the SubF features a robust 8″ woofer with driven by a 150W (rms) PWM (pulse width modulation) power amplifier. The amp stays cool while handling maximum power levels, even when sustained. 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 an ideal match for both the F5 and the F7 monitors wherever a deeper and more powerful bass response is required.

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.

All F Series products will be available in the United States in January 2013.

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 these speakers, drop by www.adam-audio.com

These monitors sound pretty interesting.

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post #2 of 3 Old 10-26-2012, 02:57 PM
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I used to use Adam Audio for many of my clients' home theatre setups. They are amazing. The only drawback is the price but if you have the money, it's truly worth the price.

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Where all of them active speakers? Just used with a preamp? Given a lot of the speakers mentioned on this forum, those seem quite affordable.
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