Adam A7



  • Manufacturer: Adam
  • Model: A 7
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  • Dimensions: 180 x 330 x 280mm (W x H x D).
  • Weight: 8,1kg
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Technical Data

  • Type: 2-way active bass reflex speaker
  • Chassis:
    • Bass 165mm (6.5"),
    • Rohacell/Kevlar sandwich

A.R.T. Tweeter

  • Power handling (rated/music b.):
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  • Frequency Response: 46Hz - 35 kHz
  • Crossover: 2500 Hz
  • Impedance: 30 KOhm

Special Features

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  • stereoplay issue 10/2009; 5th/7th place in test: "good" (69 out of 100 points) Price/Performance: "outstanding", "highlight".
    • "Inexpensive studio monitor with local filters and independent chassis. Sounds wonderfully dry and lively for its class."
  • videoaktiv issue 5/2008; single test: "good" (71 out of 100 points) Price/performance: "very good".
    • "A fine active monitor of the upper class, which has some practical equipment details, especially for use in editing suites without an extra sound mixer. Very analytical sound - the A 7 is not a whitewash."
  • music & pc Published 3/2008; 10 products in test: without final score Price/Performance: 4 out of 5 points
    • „... The basses showed an impressive precision; they seemed equally balanced and spatially advantageous ... The subjective listening impression was clearly the most open in the test field and of such liveliness that one would prefer to have this speaker compulsorily installed by law in every living room ..."
  • Beat issue 6/2007; single test: 6 out of 6 points "Editor's Recommendation"
    • "Relative to its size, the A7 surprises with a clear, balanced sound image with sufficient pressure in the bass range ... by no means an analyst, but rather a pleasing all-rounder ...
  • Published 11/2008; Single test: 2 stars ("very good")
    • "The basic sound of the A7 is, as it should be for a studio monitor, very neutral, no frequency range is overemphasized or swallowed up. The stereo imaging is excellent, and the spatiality and depth of a music signal can also be judged well. ... Anyone planning to buy new active nearfield monitors for their studio in the near future and not wanting to spend more than 1,000 euros on a pair should definitely include the A7 in a comparison."
  • professional audio Issue 10/2006;Single test: "very good" (mid-range) Price/Performance: "very good"
    • "An affordable, amazingly detailed and balanced nearfield monitor."