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S7 premieres in Adamson’s S-Series

S7 premieres in Adamson’s S-Series
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S7 premieres in Adamson’s S-Series

The S7’s chamber has been built to allow for increased vertical dispersion without sacrificing high-frequency presence in the far field

Adamson has expanded its tour-grade S-Series range of loudspeakers. The new S7 ultra-compact, two-way, full-range line array enclosure contains two ND7-LM16 Kevlar neodymium drivers (16Ω each) and an NH3-8 1.4-inch exit compression driver (8Ω). A slightly curved wavefront is produced by the critically optimised sound chamber, with a nominal dispersion pattern of 100° x 12.5° (HxV). The chamber has been built to allow for increased vertical dispersion without sacrificing high-frequency presence in the far field, while the manufacturer’s Controlled Summation Technology eliminates low-mid lobing.

Complementing the S7 on the lower end of the frequency spectrum is the S118 subwoofer. This enclosure features a lightweight, long-excursion, 18-inch ND18-S Kevlar neodymium driver that makes use of Adamson’s Advanced Cone Architecture, in addition to a 4-inch voice coil for power handling.

S7p
S7p

Both the S7 and S118 include the SlideLock Rigging System first employed on Adamson’s S10. This facilitates simple suspension without the need for a stacking pin. ‘A single technician can prep and fly an entire array,’ says the manufacturer.

It’s not just line arrays that Adamson has been focusing its attention on. The new S7p and S10p are two-way, full-range point source cabinets. They each include an NH3-8 1.4-inch exit compression driver (8Ω), and while the S7p features dual ND7-16 low-mid drivers (16Ω each), the S10p has two pairs of ND10-LM low-mid drivers. The prolate spheroidal waveguides of both point source units produce a nominal dispersion pattern of 70° x 40° (HxV), rotatable in 90° increments. This waveguide design aims for an equal tonal balance when moving outside of the intended coverage pattern, to deliver natural sound with no diffraction or lobing.

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