Port Perry, ON (February 1, 2019)—Having introduced its CS7p point source enclosure at NAMM last week, Adamson Systems Engineering will debut that speaker (the first in a new line) to the European market at ISE next week, but will also unveil a pair of new offerings: the IS10n, a narrow-dispersion version of the IS10 two-way, full-range line array cabinet, and the IS7px, a passive two-way, full-range point source enclosure.
“The latest additions to the IS-Series set the stage for a number of new product introductions throughout 2019 and beyond,” said Marc Bertrand, Adamson CEO.
The IS10n is a two-way, full-range line array cabinet with two ND10-LM low-mid drivers (2 x 16W) and an NH4TA2 1.5” exit compression driver (8W). The wavefront sports a nominal dispersion pattern of 80° x 10° (H x V) and is said to allow for increased vertical dispersion without sacrificing high-frequency presence in the far field. It also features Controlled Summation Technology intended to eliminate low-mid lobing normally associated with two-way line source systems.
The IS7px is a passive two-way, full-range point source cabinet containing two ND7-LM16 low-mid drivers and an NH3-8 1.4” exit compression driver with a passive crossover. The prolate spheroidal waveguide produces a nominal dispersion pattern of 70° x 40° (H x V), rotatable by 90° increments.
The cabinet construction for both the IS10n and IS7px uses marine-grade birch plywood as well as aircraft-grade aluminum and steel. They come equipped with two Speakon NL4 connectors (IS10n and IS7px) or barrier strips (IS10nb and IS7pbx). A plate-and-screw rigging system is recessed in the interior of the rear rigging fins of the IS10n and placed on four faces of the IS7px for deployment in a variety of applications.
The new speakers are currently shipping.
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