Adam Audio F7 Studio Monitor
Adam Audio F7 Studio Monitor

Bi-Amplified Studio Monitor

The F7 Studio Monitor from Adam Audio features a bi-amplified design driven by two A/B class amplifiers. The speaker houses a fiberglass 7-inch woofer and an X-ART tweeter to pump out a wide frequency range of 44Hz - 50kHz. Standing 12.5 inches tall, the F7 is fit for your home studio or entertainment hub.

Note: The price shown is for a single monitor. You will need to order a pair (2) at check-out for a stereo setup.

Adam Audio F7 Studio Monitor

F7 Design Details

The F7 comes equipped with comprehensive control and a room equalizer to output great quality sound in both the high and low frequencies. To add to the over sound reproduction, there is a high pass filter for subwoofer connection and XLR/TRS/RCA inputs. Like their smaller cousin, the F5, the F7 includes an auto-sleep function to conserve electricity.

Adam Audio F7 Studio Monitor

Specs

Mid-Woofer:

  • Basket Ø: 7 in (177 mm)
  • Voice coil Ø:1.5 (37 mm)
  • Cone material  Glass fibre/paper

Tweeter:      

  • Type: X-ART
  • Diaphragm area: 3 inch² (1848 mm²)
  • Equiv. Diaphragm Ø: 1.5 in (42 mm)
  • Velocity transform ratio: 4:1

Built-in Amplifiers:    

  • Mid-Woofer: 1
  • Type: A/B
  • Amp. power RMS / music: 60 W / 85 W
  • Tweeter :1
  • Type: A/B
  • Amp. power RMS / music: 40 W / 55 W

Control panel:  

  • Input sensitivity:-∞ to +6 dB
  • High shelf EQ > 5 kHz: ±6 dB
  • Low shelf EQ < 300 Hz: ±6 dB
  • Input connectors:     
  • Analog XLR / RCA / TRS
  • Frequency response:
  • 44 Hz - 50 kHz
  • Max SPL per pair at 1m: ≥109 dB
  • Crossover frequencies :2600 Hz

Dimensions:

  • Height: 12.5 in (321 mm)
  • Width: 9 in (225 mm)
  • Depth: 10.5 in (266 mm)
  • Weight: 19.8 lb (9 kg)

Shipping

Domestic orders will be shipped by Massdrop.

Estimated ship date is Oct 2, 2015 PT.

After the drop ends, payment will be collected. To deliver the best value to the group the request will then be submitted to the vendor up front, making all sales final. Be sure to check the discussion page for updates.