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Adam Audio Ships Sub7
Westlake Village, CA - Jan 15, 2009 - Adam Audio is now shipping the Sub7 powered subwoofer. The Sub7 complements the A5 and A7 monitors of the A-Series. It features a compact size and three finishes.
The small footprint allows for easy placement in small spaces. The front panel features two motorized controls for input level and crossover frequency settings for dialing in the optimal settings for each environment. These knobs can also be controlled with an included wireless remote control, allowing users to optimize their sound reproduction without leaving the listening position.
The Sub7 is equipped with balanced XLR and unbalanced RCA in and output connectors and numerous controls. A 0°/180° phase switch and a switchable 85Hz high-pass filter tailors the sound to the system and room. The low cut off frequency of 31Hz (-3dB point) enables this subwoofer to fill out the lows of any system while keeping a compact form factor.
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