The Adam name can be found on the sleek, stylish monitors gracing a huge number of professional and project studios the world over. These speakers have long held a reputation for delivering crystal-clear, honest sound reproduction for a price that’s within reach of all levels of studio engineering.
The most well-known model is undoubtedly the A7, an extremely accurate reference monitor for nearfield use. They’ve been used time and again by thousands of happy customers, and so although Adam could well have rested on its laurels, it was interesting to see the emergence of the A7x, aN update that saw an X-ART tweeter used to fine-tune that accuracy and transparency that much further. Dual bass ports have also been included in the new model to help create a refined bass response too, so when you’re using your AX7’s you know that what you’re hearing is exactly how it is.
The A3X and A5X models are of course smaller takes on the same theme, and will therefore be perfect for those of you working within a smaller setup, a modest project studio or even in your bedroom, who need the response but within a more compact optimum listening range.
Pushing things into a bigger setup is the Adam P22, which has been designed for those producers who need to be able to handle significantly more bass on their playback, or need a near/midfield monitor that can cope with professional broadcast/audio demands. Whether you’re a veteran engineer or just getting started, then, there’s an Adam monitor for you.