Port Perry, Ontario (May 29, 2014)—Adamson is expected to debut the new E219 subwoofer at InfoComm this year, adding to the Energia family of loudspeakers.
The E219 is loaded with two lightweight, long excursion 19-inch SD19 Kevlar Neodymium drivers utilizing Adamson’s Advanced Cone Architecture. The drivers employ dual five-inch voice coils for power handling, and are mounted in a front-loaded enclosure.
“The E219 also utilizes a tangential flow venting system that reduces harmonic distortion by minimizing air turbulence,” explains James Oliver, marketing & sales manager for Adamson.
The E219, weighing in at 249 pounds, lends itself to rigging situations that benefit from flying subwoofers. The sub is designed to be used as a standalone low frequency component in the Energia system, but can also be combined with the E218 cabinet for larger events. The E219 subwoofer is specified for use and packaged with the Lab.gruppen PLM 20000Q amplifier. Four E219 cabinets can be run from a single amp.
Adamson Systems Engineering