The ART (Accelerating Ribbon Technology) design is ADAM‘s technology designed to improve air loading by a factor of four over all conventional transducers, for better clarity and transient reproduction.
First used its professional monitors, ADAM’s transducer technology is now being incorporated into its AD5 passive two-way in-wall speaker.
The AD5 uses one ART tweeter and one five-inch woofer consisting of a sandwich construction of carbon fiber and Rohacell.
The AD7 passive in-wall speaker incorporates the same transducers and technologies used in the company’s A7 near-field studio monitors. It matches the ART tweeter with a 6.5-inch woofer and uses the new Rohacell/carbon fiber cone material which combines high rigidity and high internal damping with low weight, resulting in an extremely accurate in-wall speaker.
With the AD77, ADAM presents its largest in-wall speaker to date. The three-way system features one ART tweeter, one four-inch midrange driver, and two seven-inch Rohacell/carbon fiber woofers. The AD77 is designed to perform at higher volumes with more accuracy due to the additional midrange driver and a more powerful bass section, the company says.
Another feature of the AD77 is the ability to create a horizontal configuration by turning the midrange/tweeter-section 90 degrees. As a result, the AD77 can be used in an LCR multi-channel system with timbre matching.
ADAM’s Architectural Design Subwoofer follows the basic principle of the company’s professional studio subwoofers: deep bass and power without the mid-bass boom.