Adamson is ready for ISE with two new additions to its IS Series of loudspeakers.

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.

Adamson Systems Engineering • www.adamsonsystems.com