Port Perry, ON (January 24, 2019)—Adamson Systems Engineering has unveiled its CS7p point source enclosure at the 2019 NAMM Show.
The enclosure kicks off the new CS-Series Beginning with the CS7p, reportedly the world’s first family of mobile loudspeakers to feature onboard Class-D amplification, DSP and Milan-ready (AVB) network endpoints. Road-tested, the CS7p has been used as a FOH near-field monitor at high-profile events such as the Hillsong Conference (Australia) and on the Drake and Migos North American tour.
The CS7p employs Milan-ready redundant AVB technology with the ability to daisy-chain networked audio between multiple sources in addition to an analog XLR input and output.
Acoustically, the CS7p contains two 7-in. Kevlar Neodymium transducers and a 3-in. compression driver, loaded with a rotatable 70 x 40 (H x V) waveguide. The dipole arrangement of the cabinet provides a stable polar response, and the CS7p can also be paired to increase horizontal coverage and overall output.
“In recent years, Adamson has been working as part of the Avnu Alliance with other industry leaders in the development of the Milan protocol – an initiative that we believe will benefit the entire professional audio industry,” begins Morten Lave, Network Architect for Adamson. “With the CS7p and other upcoming CS-Series offerings, Adamson has taken steps to ensure compliance with Milan, but we have also included a fully redundant, daisy-chainable networking topology to ensure that the signal chain is the most manageable and secure in any networked audio loudspeaker product available on the market today.”
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