The A7X is ADAM Audio’s best selling nearfield monitor. It is one of the most balanced and versatile speakers currently on the market. The X-ART tweeter produces detailed, uncompressed highs and upper mids without being tiring over long listening periods. Despite its compact housing, the bass response is powerful and precise.
The tweeter is driven by a 50 Watt A/B amplifier and the bass/mid-woofer by a 100 Watt PWM amplifier. This achieves a very clean and nuanced reproduction of the midrange frequencies with a seamless transition in the crossover from the 7″ woofer, which operates in the range of 42 Hz to 2.5 kHz, towards the X-ART tweeter.
The A7X‘s ability to exactly reproduce every sonic detail no matter how small, its translucent sound image, tonal depth and stereo localization inspires music producers and explains why it is by far the most reviewed and award-winning monitor in recent years.
German Handmade Precision X-ART Tweeter
7“ Woofer (Carbon/Rohacell/Glass Fiber)
Amp. Power RMS / Music: 150 W / 225 W
Frequency Response: 42 Hz - 50 kHz
Max. SPL per pair at 1 m: ≥114 dB
...Eclipse, Mangler & Rumour; and some pedals (El Cap, CE-2, mf flange, small stone) Recording on a Korg D3200. Monitoring with A7X and AKG cans. Now to start RECORDING...
...straight into my ears. I typically mix almost 100% on NS-10s and flip between a single auratone and Adam A7X. I’ll see how VSX feels for myself once I get my pair this week.
This👆 You’d still be hard pressed to do significantly better than the A7x at the price point. They’re awesome. I assume there’s some things to appreciate about the revision, but it’s hard to imagine there’d be a world of difference between the 2.
I have used the previous Adam model, the A7 for a number of years and so I thought it would be useful to have a direct comparison of the two models.
I imagined the A7X would be simply an A7 with more bass but it's an all together different animal. The larger enclosure, woofer and twin ports...
I’ve owned my pair of Adam A7X’s for around a year now, and whilst it has taken me about this time to truly learn to mix well on them, I appreciated the upgrade they provided as soon as I had them set up.
Starting off with Tannoy Reveal 5a’s and a Presonus Firebox, I upgraded the Firebox...
things i dont like:
the green led its pale, "ugly green" its depressing to look at.
the jbl eon 15g2 also has a green led, but its greener, alive & a bit brighter. its addictive to look.
i know the blablabla, but some speakers led auto-turn off.
my camera does not capture that...