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ADAM Audio introduces T8V Studio Monitor

Posted on: Monday 1st of June 2020

The new T8V studio monitor is the latest addition to its T-Series line of professional studio monitors which offer  ADAM Audio performance, quality and reliability at a value price point. ADAM say the new T8V offers “performance and specifications unprecedented in its price class”, with a frequency response that reaches down 33Hz and the ability to project an impressive SPL of 118dB per pair.

ADAM Audio’s T-Series line of studio monitors was launched in 2018 with the T5V 5-inch woofer and T7V 7-inch woofer models, followed in 2019 by the T10S subwoofer. Just like the previous two monitors in the T-Series lineup, the T8V makes use of ADAM Audio technology developed for the company’s high end flagship S series available at a very affordable price point. Its U-ART tweeter (Unique Accelerated Ribbon Tweeter) is mated to a sophisticated waveguide with the same dispersion-control attributes as the HPS waveguide in the S Series. The Class D amplifiers for tweeter and woofer offer ample power for the 8-inch woofer, delivering 20 W and 70 W respectively and providing 118 dB max SPL per pair.

All T Series models feature a beveled cabinet design, rear-firing bass reflex port, built-in DSP-controlled driver crossovers and equalization, and multi-way analog connections; and are compatible with the ADAM Audio T10S subwoofer.

“ADAM Audio is very well-known throughout the world for its high performance, precision studio monitors,” says Christian Hellinger, ADAM Audio Managing Director. “The T-Series offers renowned ADAM Audio monitor quality and precision to an even broader range of customers, and we are very pleased to be able to add the 8-inch woofer T8V to the family.”

The new T8V comes with the company’s five-year warranty for registered users and is available at retailers worldwide with an MSRP of $299 USD; SRP 299 € (incl. VAT.) , £259 incl VAT

www.adam-audio.com 



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